Financial regulators are more concerned about tightening credit than about the housing market.
The Reserve Bank has flagged it is already thinking about cutting, rather than raising, interest rates — a key observation in the wake of a significant reappraisal of our current economic performance.
Contrary to the clickbait peddlers, there's no property crash. If anything, our financial sector, and the surrounding economy, have become more resilient in recent years.
Australian manufacturing isn't as dead as some make out. And so what if it is?
If there's another financial crisis, is Australia well-placed to respond? Not as well as we might be.
Crikey readers debate the effectiveness of a hypothetical independent body to solve climate change.
It's time for a Reserve Bank-style independent body on climate change that reflects our longstanding belief that some issues are too important to be left to politicians.
While Canberra obsessed over strawberries and bullies, the Reserve Bank was flagging its concerns about the economy. This year, the list of negatives has narrowed.
Australians are digging deeper and deeper into their savings to fund a modest rate of economic growth. This is no "boom".
The Reserve Bank has warned inflation is set to weaken in coming quarters, setting the scene for more years of no interest rate rises.