Even if you're not in the Rat Pack you can now stay at Sinatra's Palm Springs holiday pad.
Peter Martin If the government imposes a tax, then pays the bill, did it impose a tax in the first place?
Peter Martin, Stephen Nicholls and Chris Zappone INFLATION has slipped to its lowest point this century, giving the Reserve Bank ample room to further cut interest rates and calling into question claims that Australians are pressured by the cost of...
Peter Martin THE other side of Australia's mining investment boom won't look so bad, according to long-term forecasts released today by BIS Shrapnel.
Peter Martin Australia's budget surplus has evaporated and its mining investment boom has only two years to run, according to Deloitte Access Economics.
Peter Martin THE Reserve Bank is done with interest-rate cuts for the moment, believing Australia has a ''Goldilocks'' economy that's neither too hot nor too cold.
Peter Martin Bureau won't correct errors in the official record because it will cost too much money.
Peter Martin THE Reserve Bank's board is considered to be certain to sit on its hands today for the first time in three months amid signs that its previous rate cuts are stabilising property prices.
Peter Martin If anything the market is undersupplied, according to assistant governor Guy Debelle.
Peter Martin Productivity Commission head says manufacturing was in decline anyway.
Peter Martin Australia's natural gas boom threatens to set off a new round of interest rate hikes.
Peter Martin Minutes released yesterday call the discussion of the 0.25 percentage point cut 'finely balanced'.
Peter Martin A key member of the Henry tax review has rounded on business lobbyists calling for a cut in the company tax rate.
Peter Martin THE next election will be austere if the Treasury boss, Martin Parkinson, gets his way.
Peter Martin ASK families if their finances have improved over the past year and they are likely to feel perky. Australians gave more positive answers to that question this month than last and more positive...
Peter Martin Ask families if their finances have improved over the past year and they are likely to feel perky.
Peter Martin A surge in mining investment and an apparent upswing in consumer spending have delivered Australia one of the fastest economic growth rates in the developed world.
Peter Martin A SURGE in mining investment and an apparent upswing in consumer spending have delivered Australia one of the fastest economic growth rates in the developed world.
Peter Martin, Eric Johnston THE Reserve Bank stands ready to cut rates again following yesterday's 0.25 percentage point reduction if the global economy slows further or if consumers fail to recover their confidence once the...
Peter Martin, Michael Evans INVESTORS have wiped about $22 billion from the Australian sharemarket as fresh fears of a serious slowdown in global growth sparked a panic selloff, pushing the ASX200 below the key 4000-point mark.
Peter Martin Australia's sharemarket has crashed to a six-month low on the back of ominous economic figures that have increased the likelihood of a cut in interest rates when the Reserve Bank board meets today.