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29 March 2015 |
Many are predicting another sovereign debt crisis in emerging countries. It may happen, but the markets rarely do what people expect. For SMSF investors it is wise not to over-react, even if there are adverse events.
15 March 2015 |
Australia's soaring private indebtedness is a growing problem. But is is not certain that much can be done about it.
15 December 2014 |
The concessions on super are Australia's biggest tax expenditure according to the latest MYEFO statement. It raises some tricky economic and political issues.
09 December 2014 |
The growing divide between the older and younger generations in Australia will determine the political context for super over the coming decades.
30 November 2014 |
The sharp drop in the oil price has been replicated in gold, the $A and copper. It all points to an intensifying of deflationary pressure.
23 November 2014 |
China's decision to lower interest rates is a further sign that the world economy remains weak. It may mean a weaker Australian economy and lower Australian dollar, with implications for DIY investors.
10 November 2014 |
With the Bank of Japan and the ECB easing monetary policy, concerns are growing that money is too cheap. It may be leading to unhealthy speculation.
29 October 2014 |
Relatively benign inflation numbers suggest that we are heading into a stable interest rate environment. It suggests that DIY investors will need to diversify away from cash to get good returns.
22 October 2014 |
Many developed economies are trying to keep their currencies weak in order to keep deflation away. A weak currency makes imports more expensive, which creates inflation.
15 October 2014 |
As the $A falls, it has an uneven effect on local stocks. Importers do worse, exporters do better, and companies that have large foreign investor bases come under pressure.
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