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A German government subsidy for consumers to trade in their cars for new models seemingly isn't enough to spare domestic carmakers from financial pain.

German carmakers headed for the scrapheap

A German government subsidy for consumers to trade in their cars for new models seemingly isn't enough to spare domestic carmakers from financial pain.

The jobless rate has lagged the slide in the economy. Now, it's catching up.

34,700 Australians lost their jobs in March

The jobless rate has lagged the slide in the economy. Now, it's catching up.

Contrary to the shock headlines, the hotly-anticipated ABS labour force data released this morning revealed what more pessimistic analysts had been predicting for weeks.

Ask the commentators: Jobs? We picked this

Contrary to the shock headlines, the hotly-anticipated ABS labour force data released this morning revealed what more pessimistic analysts had been predicting for weeks.

Chin up. Even as stocks tumble there is an upside. Funds will have to fight for your business for the first time in years.

The Silver Lining to the Market's Tumble

Chin up. Even as stocks tumble there is an upside. Funds will have to fight for your business for the first time in years.

The US economy appears to be steadying but a turnaround is far from assured, writes <b>Glenn Dyer</b>.

CreditWatch: 'Green shoots' in US economy turning brown

The US economy appears to be steadying but a turnaround is far from assured, writes Glenn Dyer.

Ireland's woes should be considered an advanced warning system for all countries outside the US.

Could Ireland become a failed state?

Ireland's woes should be considered an advanced warning system for all countries outside the US.

Consumer confidence figures out this morning suggest Australia may have to earn its interest rate cuts in future, writes <b>Glenn Dyer</b>.

RBA rate cut: this could be as good as it gets

Consumer confidence figures out this morning suggest Australia may have to earn its interest rate cuts in future, writes Glenn Dyer.

In the last four weeks alone, six mass shootings have killed 47 people in the United States.

Recession inspires US citizens to bear arms

In the last four weeks alone, six mass shootings have killed 47 people in the United States.

Macquarie and IAG  are running a nice little lurk at the moment, taking advantage of the GFC and buying back previously-issued debt at a discount, writes <b>Glenn Dyer</b>.

Macquarie's secret debt buy-back revealed

Macquarie and IAG are running a nice little lurk at the moment, taking advantage of the GFC and buying back previously-issued debt at a discount, writes Glenn Dyer.

A surprise speech overnight from the US Fed used words like "recession", "depression" and "panic" at will, writes <b>Glenn Dyer</b>.

Don't panic! US Fed tells flailing economy

A surprise speech overnight from the US Fed used words like "recession", "depression" and "panic" at will, writes Glenn Dyer.

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