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January 25, 2021
Business Analysis & Commentary
Canberra’s helping hands
US presidents love to play a round
The China bubble that never pops
International student exploitation rife
Not taxing times for all
2020 was not what it was supposed to be so will 2021 usher in..
No shot in the arm
The market reaction to positive news on a COVID-19 vaccine tempered by a significant..
A better outlook
Still far from upbeat about the economy the Reserve Bank of Australia is more..
Australian building approvals surged in September while residential property prices recorded their first gains..
This downturn is different
Five reasons why this downturn and subsequent recovery are different. And where are we..
Flight to risk
Despite worrying signs that COVID-19 infections are on the rise in developing economies the..
Budget black off track
The 2020-21 Australian Budget – spend, spend, spend as the focus remains on recovery..
China data good for Australia
Despite diplomatic tensions getting in the way beef, barley and wine exports, Australia’s economic..
Economic activity tracking lower
An improvement in Victoria's COVID-19 numbers has been offset by higher concerns in New..
Markets rise as US coronavirus trends lower
But policymakers are faced with the reality of high long-term unemployment and that government..
Markets retreat as concerns mount
Global share markets started the past week off strongly with US shares breaking out..
Markets ride the ‘second wave’
Share markets and COVID-19 infections continue to move upwards 4 July 2020 | Shane..
Building approvals falter
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated weakening construction activity 2 July 2020 | Toby Thomas..
Second wave slowdown
A surge in new COVID-19 infections and cluster breakouts in nations where the virus..
Deep V recovery
Some good data suggests a recovery from the dramatic COVID-19 economic lows but there..