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In fact, while the oil market is moving very much in an upward direction, not everyone believes that it will last.
by Nicholas Cunningham - 18/04/2019
While no one was looking, rising commodity prices were generating rising tax revenue.
by Michael Knox - 8/04/2019 - 3 comments
Does Australia sufficiently value older people and ageing?
by Rex Drabik - 5/04/2019 - 12 comments
Mainstream analysis is again addressing the fact that the deal is being done to fund Crown Prince MBS's Saudi Vision 2030.
The road map for China's reform designed by the Chinese government does not include the element of establishing Western-style democracy.
by Zegang Ren - 26/03/2019 - 9 comments
The Australian per capita GDP recession in 2018 is a figment of how the GDP deflator distorts the effect of export prices on the real Australian economy (plus random variation in the seasonally adjusted series).
by Michael Knox - 25/03/2019 - 4 comments
Despite high-profile nuclear disasters like Chernobyl , Fukushima, and Three Mile Island, the deaths related to nuclear meltdowns are actually very few.
by Haley Zaremba - 11/03/2019 - 34 comments
Increased shareholder activism, combined with global warming policies of institutional investors and NGOs, are pushing IOCs in a corner, constricting financing options for oil companies.
It is beyond dispute that Bill Shorten is correct when he states that a cash refund of franking credits on investments should be claimed only by a taxpayer.
by Everald Compton - 27/02/2019 - 5 comments
Why the A380 was too big to succeed and was dethroned by smaller nimbler options.
by Binoy Kampmark - 25/02/2019 - 7 comments
The Y2K scare was nevertheless a boon for consultants and IT specialists. It is estimated that US$300 billion was spent worldwide to audit and upgrade computers.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 22/02/2019 - 181 comments
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

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