The Reserve Bank has made clear what it thinks of the campaign from neoliberals to push interest rates up out of a fetish for tighter monetary policy.
The Australian Financial Review has been demanding higher interest rates for weeks, but is now complaining about ... higher interest rates? What gives?
It's not looking good for the Australian retail sector as numbers slip back towards GFC levels of growth.
We've been too hands-off on competition in Australia and the result if major industries dominated by oligopolies.
The current tumble in house prices has been gently engineered by the government, but for how long?
There's no mystery or scandal about how we ended up with a badly flawed electricity market — it has followed the broader path of neoliberal reforms in Australia.
New evidence is emerging that the Trump company tax cuts have produce none of the benefits claimed by advocates, with wages growth in the US falling and investment and shares underperforming.
A new study from one of the key institutions of neoliberalism shows that as companies become more dominant, they invest less and pay lower wages.
As the costs of rent and food skyrocket, the little things like coffee and ice cream have mostly stayed the same. How long can that last?