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Why is business confidence reasonably high yet investment levels remain stubbornly low?
The biggest news of a slow-news week was the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) doing exactly what everyone thought it would do – leaving the cash rate at 1.50%.
There have been several high-profile class actions launched by unhappy shareholders against the companies they invest in, otherwise known as securities class actions, lately in Australia.
Amid all the commotion of the Trump presidency you may have missed the fact that we are having an important debate about company tax policy in Australia.
The influential NAB Monthly Business Survey had a smiley face (literally) on it for the first time since mid last year, with the index up 5 points to +11.
An efficient market relies on rational customers being willing to change suppliers when there’s good reason to do so.
Snapchat’s parent company (Snap) is preparing for an initial public offering, but it seems that ordinary shareholders will not have voting rights.
As many Australians return from summer holidays and come back to reality, a number of economic statistics remind us of the somewhat challenging nature of that reality.
Economists did not predict the financial crisis of 2007, nor did we predict the advent of secular stagnation that has followed.
Polls show the Coalition taking a hit among older Australians for its changes to pensions and superannuation.