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Westpac home loan expenses tests toughened to weed out liar loans

12 April 2018 | Michael Janda

WestpacAustralia's second biggest home lender is further tightening lending standards by asking more detailed questions about exactly how much prospective loan customers spend and on what.


How Elon Musk's big Tesla battery is changing Australia's power landscape

08 April 2018 | Nick Harmsen

The world's biggest lithium-ion battery — built by tech billionaire Elon Musk's company Tesla last year — has survived its first summer in South Australia's mid-north.


Turnbull is wrong to give us tax cuts in the budget

08 April 2018 | Jessica Irvine

Tax CutThere is just one month to go until the social highlight of every economics journalist’s calendar: the federal budget lock-up.


Small businesses being crushed by the tax office

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08 April 2018 | Adele Ferguson

Graeme HalperinMark Freeman's bright business idea earned him a government grant. But the tax office disagreed and hit him with a huge bill. Seven years and $750,000 later, he is still fighting for justice.


Mortgage rates could rise on back of high global rates

08 April 2018 | Ian Verrender

HousingWhen there's so much happening — cricket scandals, trade wars and the potential for military action — ongoing inaction generally isn't a celebrated event.


CBA wealth exodus continues with possible Indonesian sale

29 March 2018 | Clancy Yeates

factoryCommonwealth Bank may sell its Indonesian life insurance business for hundreds of millions of dollars, as the banking industry's exodus from the lower-returning wealth management sector continues.


Banking code revamp small step in regaining trust

28 March 2018 | Clancy Yeates

After weeks of having their reputations dragged through the mud, banks are pushing ahead with plans to bolster the industry’s code of conduct.


Dispelling lazy thinking on trade deals

22 March 2018 | Eureka Street

FactoryThe recent furore about Donald Trump's imposing of tariffs on steel, from which Australian companies have been exempted, raises an interesting question about the economics discipline. Which is better, an oxymoron or a tautology?

The oxymoron in question is 'financial deregulation'. This is a logical impossibility, because finance consists of regulations, rules. To deregulate finance is like taking the hydrogen and oxygen out of water, or the narcissism out of Donald Trump.


Australia's population increases by one person every 86 seconds as it exceeds 25 million

22 March 2018 | The ABC

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Australia's population grew by another 1.6 per cent to 24.7 million in the 12 months to the end of September 2017, adding another person every 1 minute and 26 seconds.

 


Dow Jones plunges after Trump unveils $US60b tariffs on China

22 March 2018 | The ABC

Trade warsWall Street has plunged over fears of a US-China trade war, after the Trump administration moved to impose tariffs on up to $US60 billion ($77 billion) worth of Chinese imports.

 


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