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All that is happening is that the slower growth, inflicted on the US economy by Fed tightening, is now having a slowing effect on US operating earnings per share growth.
by Michael Knox - 19/08/2019 - 3 comments
History shows that a much smaller population could indeed survive in Australia without using mineral hydrocarbons, but life with zero man-made emissions would be grim.
by Viv Forbes - 15/08/2019 - 9 comments
The IPCC summarises: estimates of global annual economic losses for an additional temperature increase of 2C are between 0.2 and 2.0 per cent of income.
by Don Aitkin - 12/08/2019 - 26 comments
By 1934, Joseph Schumpeter and Wesley Mitchell had written that the business cycle contained a self-correcting normal rhythm which should be left to itself to do its work.
by Ben Rees - 12/08/2019 - 4 comments
The HILDA report, released this week, showed that median disposable income in Australia dropped by $542 from 2009 to 2017, despite the fact that Australia has had the highest population growth rate in the developed world.
by Eric Claus - 1/08/2019 - 28 comments
Nasr's move to stabilize the market is praiseworthy but should be seen as an attempt to quell fears of traders and financial analysts, especially just before the OPEC+ meeting in Vienna next week.
by Cyril Widdershoven - 24/07/2019 - 5 comments
Monetarism has broken the bank for rural industries.
by Ben Rees - 17/07/2019 - 11 comments
Financial disasters arising out of the crisis of 2008 were as much a product of rapacious banking practices as they were regulatory sloth.
by Binoy Kampmark - 3/07/2019
Saudi Arabia's CEO Amin Nasr's message to the press that oil flows to the market are guaranteed, should be taken with a pinch of salt.
The central question nevertheless remains: how to increase the quantum of public funds available for investment in new infrastructure?
by Flavio Romano - 24/06/2019 - 7 comments
Abbott blocked good policy; It wasn't without reason that he earned the nickname 'Dr No'. Now Labor has a right to block sweeping tax cuts that will indirectly hurt millions of its constituents.
by Tristan Ewins - 21/06/2019 - 26 comments
The $45 billion from the Telstra sale is now increasingly surpassed by the NBN's costs of $51 billion and counting (ABC 2018).
by Flavio Romano - 14/06/2019 - 3 comments

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