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Hayne might have been a High Court judge, but he seems singularly lacking in commercial understanding. And he is a lawyer. Lawyers are better at tearing things down than they are building up, or reconstructing.
by Graham Young - 13/02/2019 - 3 comments
I well remembered 2016. The Fed did not just pause interest rates for a quarter. The Fed paused interest rates for a whole year.
by Michael Knox - 12/02/2019 - 2 comments
By 2024, demand growth halves, falling to just 0.6 million barrels per day (mb/d), down from 1.2 mb/d this year.
It's been a decade of lows for commodities after posting 7 declines in 11 years, but we've seriously underestimated lithium. It's back with a vengeance in 2019.
by Alex Kimani - 4/02/2019 - 8 comments
The oil market downturn that began in 2014 led to steep cost deflation, with falling costs for services, equipment and labor. But those cost reductions appear to have bottomed out.
Renewables accounted for 26.5 percent of global electricity generation in 2017 compared to nuclear power's 10.3 percent.
by Jim Green - 31/01/2019 - 14 comments
Unemployed Australians aged 60 to 64 are on unemployment benefit, on average, almost twice as long as those aged 25 to 29.
by Marcus Riley - 30/01/2019 - 3 comments
OPEC's largest producer continues to expect global oil demand to keep rising at least by 2040 and sees itself as the oil producer best equipped to continue meeting that demand.
by Tsvetana Paraskova - 29/01/2019 - 6 comments
Corruption is endemic in all major international sports from drug taking to match fixing, it seems that the entire sporting supply chain is diseased.
by Vince Hooper - 24/01/2019 - 9 comments
The explosive production figures in 2018 seem higher than last year's rig count justified.
by Nicholas Cunningham - 24/01/2019 - 1 comment
Where governments are invested in providing services exclusively to some special group, anyone should have (unsubsidised) access to them.
by Nicholas Gruen - 16/01/2019 - 4 comments
The Labor Party is tipped to back a new 'robot tax' which flies in the face of human progress and promises to constrain the ever-rising living standards the past few hundred years have brought us.
by Cian Hussey - 14/01/2019 - 18 comments

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