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Michael Pascoe is a BusinessDay contributing editor. He comments on companies, markets and the economy.
The markets were roiled by the RBA minutes, but they really shouldn't have been.
Medibank's CEO appears to be playing the PR game of blame-someone-else-for-your-challenges.
First home buyers were meant to be waiting until July 1 to jump back into the market, but NAB's latest survey paints a different picture.
In various city towers, bureaucrats are pondering to whom and when they should gift hundreds of millions of dollars, perhaps even billions, by the stroke of a rezoning pen.
One of the legacies of the Abbott era could cost Australia $500 billion over the next decade.
There's no shortage of housing forecasts but none quite like this one: rather than the key markets cooling, they are about to be hit by a demographic tsunami.
Nothing like a former Reserve Bank board member saying the RBA could hike interest rate eight times in the next couple of years to get attention.
There are still good people crunching the numbers to show that it would be possible to adequately compensate the disadvantaged while changing the GST mix and/or the rate.
A little after Friday lunch, Australia's population ticked over the 24.5 million mark. What's unusual is the increasing questioning of immigration's role in that growth.