Australian workers were stuck for another quarter with stagnant wages, the latest figures show. And this Groundhog Day is going to be repeating for a long time.
When will Australia's rate-cutting frenzy end? It all depends on this week's jobs figures.
The sharemarket ended the financial year on a buoyant note — but in the real economy things are getting worse and the government will face growing pressure to deploy its resources to help out.
Crikey readers discuss politician pay and the stagnating economy.
Even with Labor's incoming support, the government's plan to give tax cuts to the wealthy won't prop up a lagging economy beset by poor growth and stagnant wages.
It’s near impossible to make a budget in an atmosphere of such economic uncertainty.
Important data released this week will give us an idea of how the economy fared in 2018 — and enable us to assess the government's claims to economic competence ahead of the election.
Scott Morrison's speech on the economy was marked by complete silence on the three biggest issues facing the government.
The troubles of one website don’t amount to much, but the trouble at BuzzFeed perversely fulfils the site's mission of letting us know where things are at.