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I didn’t think it was possible for there to be more focus on the Australian housing market than in 2016, but the past couple of weeks have proved me wrong.
While technology has been making more devices ‘smart’, and we carry phones with all sorts of sensors, these haven’t yet been systematically applied to advertising’s central problem – engagement.
Having standard accounting practices for when firms report their financial results is good for investors.
Although male trading activity increasingly dominated female trading activity during the 17 years we studied, female trades were more successful.
The Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) main message was unmistakable – expect interest rate rises, and expect them sooner rather than later:
To anyone who lived through the years of Ronald Reagan’s US presidency, the term “trickle-down economics” should already be familiar.
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.