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Clancy Yeates reports on banking and finance and is a former Canberra business correspondent.
Clancy Yeates Consumers will shy away from non-essential spending in the coming year, as confidence is battered on several fronts, CLSA says.
Clancy Yeates The world economy is likely to remain soft, the International Monetary Fund says.
Clancy Yeates Whether consumers like it or not, they'll pay more tax on their spending, says former Treasury Secretary, Ken Henry.
Clancy Yeates Decisions by global technology companies are probably the main reason why Australians pay much more than shoppers overseas for downloads of music, films and software.
Clancy Yeates Business leaders must adopt a 'new mindset' if they are to survive thew dollar says Ken Henry.
Clancy Yeates Australia should prepare for a slowing resources boom, say respected economists.
Clancy Yeates The government should start preparing for a slowing in the mining boom, rather than protecting industries being battered by the high dollar, economists say.
Clancy Yeates, Eric Johnston Reserve Bank says higher bank funding costs forced it to cut rate by an extra 1.5 points.
Colin Kruger, Clancy Yeates Commission preparing a submission to Treasury seeking changes to takeover laws.
Colin Kruger and Clancy Yeates ASIC prepares submission to Treasury, saying takeover laws are "an anachronism" that allows "takeover by stealth".
Clancy Yeates AUSTRALIAN businesses will be encouraged to develop closer research ties with Asia as part of the government's push to strengthen commercial linkages in the region.
Clancy Yeates The growth in living standards depends on businesses adapting to economic pressures, says David Gruen.
Clancy Yeates AN OFFICIAL review has rejected calls for expiry dates on gift vouchers to be banned, saying there is no strong evidence that tougher rules would help consumers.
Clancy Yeates The number of tourists heading overseas has risen to its highest in more than a year.
Eric Johnston, Clancy Yeates and Peter Cai
Eric Johnston, Clancy Yeates and Peter Cai China, Britain and Europe say they moved independently, write Eric Johnston and Clancy Yeates and Peter Cai.
Clancy Yeates A business spending splurge on capital imports keeps Australia's trade ledger in the red.
Clancy Yeates Employers have cautioned against a radical shake-up of the $7 billion-a-year market for managing the retirement savings of many of the nation's lowest paid workers.
Clancy Yeates Former Victorian Premier John Brumby will lead a new inquiry into whether the country needs a specialist agency to police dumping.
Clancy Yeates Australia could be shipping twice as much of its most lucrative commodities by 2025.
Clancy Yeates European banks have cut their lending to Australian business by almost $20 billion.