We won't just achieve inflation by low interest rates — a whole new approach to monetary policy might be needed.
Westpac's full year results are in, and they're hard to hear for bank investors. Of course, it's all relative...
The drought has broken in parts of Australia, but the recovery of farming won't necessarily save us from a recession
We've entered an era of bigger government — and that means more power for the government to reward its friends, and more opportunities to rort spending to serve the government's political interests.
The 2020 budget gets an A-minus for addressing the current problems, but a somewhat lower grade for setting up the post-pandemic years.
We might have to wait a little bit longer for a definitive number on unemployment.
With the government eying off an early start to tax cuts, it has to be asked: will they actually do anything to bring the economy out of the gutter?
Australians appear surprisingly upbeat about the economy and are willing to make long-term commitments, potentially providing a good platform for recovery.