There is now such a serious level of under-confidence in interest rates that it suggests something a bit more than just mere wobbles.
The fact that the RBA has cut rates for a third time tells us the bank is not very confident that the first two cuts will have much impact soon, if at all.
When Wayne Swan had to choose between pride and supporting the economy, he opted for the latter. Now Josh Frydenberg faces a similar choice.
As signs of a global slowdown multiply, Australian workers endured another quarter of the government's policy of deliberate wage stagnation.
While RBA governor Philip Lowe told politicians of an economic 'turning point', the bank's Statement of Monetary Policy revealed a stagnating economy.
Good morning, early birds. RBA governor Philip Lowe will face questions over the bank's monetary policy, and One Nation's Mark Latham releases an 'information pack' on trans students. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The labour market is finally starting to catch up with the slowing growth of the broader economy. How can we speed it up again?
The governor of the Reserve Bank should not be used for political stunts by the government — and especially not when they want to put words in his mouth.
Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has nixed the prospect of a constitutionally enshrined Indigenous voice to parliament, and RBA governor Philip Lowe has changed his tune on the pressing need for fiscal stimulus. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.