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David Neal has been appointed head of Australia's $100 billion Future Fund.
Stephen Cauchi Sydney's inner and beachside suburbs, Darwin, and Bunbury in Western Australia are the places to be for jobseekers, boasting the nation's lowest unemployment rates, while Queensland's Ipswich,...
Scott Parker and Yolanda Redrup Surging equity markets have created 43,000 new millionaire households.
Max Mason Jobs figures are unlikely to improve this year as mining construction winds back.
Max Mason Labour force data, due on Thursday morning, is shaping up as an important indicator of the health of the domestic economy.
Eryk Bagshaw There's money to be made out of an ageing population, and investors would be wise to look to the companies that will provide the goods and services that an older demographic will demand in the coming...
Max Mason Consumer sentiment has risen marginally in June, picking up off the three-year low reach in May in the wake of the federal budget.
Jared Lynch First home buyers are continuing to lose out to investors with the number of loans to property debutantes crashing to a record low.
Eryk Bagshaw Job advertisements declined sharply in May dropping for the first time in five months, a new survey has found.
New home loan figures show the property market boom is cooling off.
Max Mason A tough federal budget and plunging consumer confidence is doing little to deter Australian businesses who remain upbeat about the prospects of recovery.
Clancy Yeates Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens is backing moves requiring banks to aggressively build up capital buffers ahead of schedule.
Michael Pascoe Sometimes it's what isn’t there that tells a story. Take first home buyers statistics, for example.
David Ramli and James Hutchinson About 118,000 homes and businesses that should be connected to the national broadband network can’t use the service because of defective fibre connections.
Malcolm Maiden The first job for central banks in countries hit head-on by the 2008-09 global crisis was to avoid an economic depression.
Falling commodity prices have caused Australia's trade balance to fall into the red.
Max Mason and Peter Ker Mining has underpinned Australia's better-than-expected economic growth figures, providing a headache for policy makers who have been betting on a recovery across other industries to fuel growth.
Michael Pascoe Well that was nice – a year of above-trend economic growth with rising labour productivity and profits. Too bad it’s downhill from here.
Max Mason The Australian economy expanded at a stronger than expected rate in the first quarter.
Max Mason After some relatively weak data early in the week, views are mixed about Wednesday morning's impending growth figures for the Australian economy in the first quarter.