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Clancy Yeates reports on banking and finance and is a former Canberra business correspondent.
Clancy Yeates The Minerals Council of Australia has rejected claims the mining boom is wiping out manufacturing jobs, saying new employment in resources is more than making up for the pain being felt in the...
Clancy Yeates The corporate regulator has warned investors they face a growing risk of suffering losses.
Clancy Yeates Spending rose across the economy last month, delivering a ray of hope to retailers.
Clancy Yeates Business lobbyists have a simple solution to the nation's productivity woes: lower corporate taxes.
Clancy Yeates Outrage about the widening gap between rich and poor is gripping much of the developed world, forcing politicians into action.
Clancy Yeates Countries that turn a blind eye to rising inequality do so at their peril.
Clancy Yeates WEALTH managers owned by banks are calling on the government to water down reforms that would force customers to regularly approve financial advisers' fees.
Clancy Yeates Suncorp says opt-in rule will have people cancel financial advice against their best interest.
Clancy Yeates Australian credit card debt has struck a new record high of $50 billion, ballooning by almost a third in the past five years.
Clancy Yeates, Sarah Mcdonald EUROPE'S debt crisis is undermining a Gillard government policy designed to ease bank funding costs, by wiping out savings to lenders who issue covered bonds.
Clancy Yeates THE number of unfilled jobs has slumped to its lowest level in 18 months, in a sign weak economic conditions are deterring employers from hiring new staff.
Clancy Yeates, Sarah McDonald Europe's debt crisis is undermining one of the Gillard government's main policies designed to ease bank funding costs.
Clancy Yeates The last interest rate cut failed to spark the shopping spree retailers were hoping for.
Clancy Yeates It's always risky to make sweeping predictions but here's one thing you can count on in 2012: the stoush over interest rates is only getting started.
Clancy Yeates THE Future Fund's investments in tobacco and companies involved in nuclear arms production face growing scrutiny this year, as the Greens step up calls for tighter rules on what assets the fund can...
Clancy Yeates GLOBAL economic weakness has set the scene for weaker growth in mining profits this year as the nation's export prices retreat from record highs.
Clancy Yeates Global economic weakness has set the scene for weaker growth in mining profits this year.
Clancy Yeates FOREIGN visitors have slashed their monthly spending on Australian tourism by almost $450 million in the past year, underlining the crippling effects of the high dollar on the travel and hospitality...
Clancy Yeates If you're reading this at a beachside getaway, there's every chance the local area is doing it tough.
Clancy Yeates Visitors from the world's economic engine are helping tourism, by Clancy Yeates.