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The RBA said rising house prices were adding to household wealth at a time when wages were growing slowly, encouraging people to spend more money.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman Some of Australia’s best-known fund managers name stocks that should do well in what’s predicted to be a sluggish 2015.
Max Mason Several Australian industries stand to benefit from the free trade agreement signed with China. Here’s a quick summary of some of the key winners.
Mark Mulligan Credit Suisse has become the latest bank to call for more official interest rate cuts to support the struggling domestic economy.
Michael Pascoe It would be rather funny if global leaders weren't already trying to grow the global economy by as much as possible
Misa Han Employees are taking nearly 10 sick days a year, costing employers over $33 billion, a survey by an absence management agency finds.
Mark Mulligan House price inflation will decelerate further next year, weighing on construction activity and household sentiment, as real wage and income weakness continues to hold back economic growth, according...
Ross Gittins Academics know the fast-track to the top comes from the quality and quantity of their research, as evidenced by their publication records.
Stephen Cauchi The plummeting oil price - trading this week at four-year lows below $US80 a barrel - is a welcome and unexpected "free kick" for most of the Australian economy, according to analysts.
William Pesek Fact is, the G20 will struggle to meet current growth hopes, let alone elevated ones. Rather than obsessing over a nonsense target, Mr Abbott should be focused on making investments at home that will...
Nassim Khadem The OECD's head of tax has rejected calls to publicly release country-by-country breakdowns of taxes paid by multinationals, despite growing pressure from community and transparency groups.
The world economy is in its worst shape in two years, with the euro area and emerging markets deteriorating and the danger of deflation rising, according to a global poll of international investors.
Sydney’s median asking price for detached houses topped $1 million this week for the first time as sellers raised expectations in a booming market.
Mark Mulligan Australian wage inflation remained subdued in the September quarter, held down by the slowest three-month growth in the mining sector in the history of the data series.
Stephen Cauchi Consumer confidence has improved marginally in November, but has nevertheless clocked up the longest bout of pessimism since the global financial crisis, the latest Westpac Index shows.
Gareth Hutchens Someone handed me a document last week. This document was presented at the G20 Sherpa Meeting in Melbourne in June, which is a closed-door meeting.
Stephen Cauchi Sydney's house prices continue to soar, with Australian Bureau of Statistics data showing a 2.7 per cent rise for the September quarter - nearly three times that of Australia's other cities.
Mark Mulligan Business confidence continued to wane in October, although operating conditions surged, according to a survey by National Australia Bank.
Liam Mannix In CrossFit’s laissez-faire free market, there are no rules, the strong prosper, the meek do not inherit anything and are destroyed.
Michael Pascoe Sunday must have been a slow news day – Tony Abbott’s parliamentary secretary, Josh Frydenberg, managed to get headlines for thinking that payroll tax is not a good and efficient way of...