Hello Mr Dutton? Yeah, the 1950s called and they want their White Australia policy back.
If neither party manages to form a majority government, Australia’s credit rating is likely to suffer a downgrade in the coming months.
I’ve bemoaned the lack of leadership in Australian politics. I’m not alone. This is why you’re seeing the rise of minor parties.
Given the concentrated nature of the Aussie market, you really need to see resources, or the banks, leading the way. Neither sector looks poised for a sustained run.
On the weekend, Labor announced plans to limit negative gearing to new houses only, halving capital gains tax concessions from July next year.
Alas, there is no hope-fuelled Turnbull bounce this morning. Greed is giving way to fear amongst stock market investors. Is this the end of Australia’s economic golden run?
The Aussie dollar was the big winner from the Coalition power struggle that gave Australia its newest prime minister.
Australia’s economic uncertainty and fragility is a major reason behind the lack of stable leadership.
It’s money the government will need to borrow and pay interest on. And still to come is how much of your money they are going to spend on building submarines in Australia.
Treasurer Joe Hockey was doing his best to re-write Australia’s economic narrative. Problems in China? Not a chance, they know exactly what they are doing.
Between super and the old age pension, politicians have removed any feeling of responsibility from the minds of many people to prepare for their own retirement.
Australia finds itself in a very precarious economic environment largely because of weak politicians. That is, the Australian economy is in a spot of bother.
We don’t remember a time when Australia’s political stocks have ever been lower. That’s not a comment on the new Coalition government…
Callum’s weekend edition took on a new meaning this morning. The Financial Review reports that China just stopped all imports of milk powder from New Zealand…