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Mr. Albanese wants to build the industries of the future, but we have an economy that can't even build enough houses for the people that live here.
by Graham Young - 15/04/2024 - 8 comments
Former Labor Minister Craig Emerson's Interim Report of the Review of the Grocery Code of Conduct is the latest attempt by the Albanese government to avoid blame for the cost-of-living crisis.
by Graham Young - 11/04/2024 - 7 comments
The Fed provides a surprising outlook of healthy growth together with a falling Fed Funds rate.
by Michael Knox - 9/04/2024 - 1 comment
The Victorian Labor government and the Australian Grand Prix Organisation claim there are economic benefits of continuing to host the grand prix in Melbourne. We all accept the spin.
by Sarah Russell - 11/03/2024 - 7 comments
'Gone is the emphasis on an open and competitive economy where workers and bosses work out win-win solutions, it’s now open class warfare and wealth redistribution.'
by John Mikkelsen - 26/02/2024 - 12 comments
Having first been skeptical about the appointment of Michele Bullock, my first impressions seem to have been wrong.
by Graham Young - 23/02/2024 - 4 comments
It easily slots into the need for a compelling narrative of heroes (trade unions), villains (business), and victims (the rest of us)—and it's mostly wrong.
by Graham Young - 21/02/2024 - 6 comments
The cold reality is that there is no economic alternative to the live export trade for Northern cattle.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 13/02/2024 - 3 comments
If ‘price gouging’ were driving inflation, then you would expect the increase in food and groceries to be greater than the rate of inflation - but it’s not.
by Graham Young - 5/02/2024 - 7 comments
Despite what Democrats would have you believe, the solution is not to raise taxes - it's not even to balance the budget, per se. The only long-term solution is to cut spending.
by Darren Nelson - 2/02/2024 - 15 comments
Although its chair, Graham Quirk, is not a Labor crony, being a former successful Liberal Brisbane City Council Lord Mayor (2015-2019), he nevertheless has been a long-term advocate of the Olympic Games.
by Scott Prasser - 25/01/2024 - 5 comments
The RBA assumed the money supply endogenous which meant bank credit determined the domestic money supply. The following equation illustrates the domestic money supply.
by Ben Rees - 22/01/2024 - 3 comments


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