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Australian households are among the most highly leveraged in the world – with debts at around 190% of GDP. So what is going to reduce that debt?
The Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) has released a report titled ‘Australia’s Place in the World’, which considered how Australia should respond to changing attitudes to globalisation
Since the first email was sent in 1971, the system has created a deluge of messages that has turned into a time-consuming villain at work.
On Melbourne Cup day, the Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%, yet again. And why wouldn’t it?
Data this week pointed to a continued shakiness in the Australian economy, while the robust US recovery continued.
You can't rely on historical data when making policy, if those policies affect the data (as they always do).
As a brave new generation of Australian workers enters the gig economy, serious questions remain over how these workers will fare financially in the long term.
The Reserve Bank of Australia cautions that one-third of borrowers don’t have a month’s repayment buffer.
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences has been awarded to Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, "for his contributions to behavioural economics".
Data released this week in Australia and the US showed continued strength – or at least a lack of weakness – in consumer spending and unemployment.