Economics


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Capital expenditure trends positive

06 August 2014 |

TrendsThe indicators for capital expenditure suggest that the economy may become more balanced as the mining boom eases.


The big convergence

29 July 2014 |

ConvergenceAustralian interest rates may fall further, and US interest rates may rise. As the two converge, the international pressures on the Australian economy will change markedly.


Too much debt in the system

09 July 2014 |

DebtThe Bank for International Settlements is warning about the fragility of the global financial system and the dangers of high debt. There is still a long way to go to get back to a more "normal" situation.


Time for governments to govern

02 July 2014 |

GovernAs the GFC proved, governments in the developed world have stopped governing the financial system. Instead, they let traders run riot, making up rules to suit themselves. It has to stop.


Too reckless to be allowed out

12 June 2014 |

RecklessThe Bank for International Settlements puts the global stock of derivatives at $710 trillion. It is equal to more than twice the capital stock of the world. The dangers of such massive leverage are great.


Australia is vulnerable to what happens in China

21 May 2014 |

ChinaAustralia's reliance on China is being exposed as the iron ore price falls. The $A, and Australian banks, may be vulnerable. It is a concern for investors.


Iron ore falls, is the $A next?

19 May 2014 |

oreThe iron ore price has fallen below $100 for the first time in two years. That will hit the major miners. Will another casualty be the $A?


Preparing, badly, for a crash

18 May 2014 |

CrashInvestment professionals are skilled at stating the obvious -- that there is a worrying asset bubble in the global markets. This is hardly surprising considering how much governments have been printing money. But then many are fully invested. Go figure.


Budget signals you are on your own

18 May 2014 |

PlanThe Budget signals an important change to national priorities. Ageing is making it less likely that government will help you when you are old, increasing the need for self reliance. For those who are able, planning for the long term is vital.


Australia falls off one cliff, another looms

14 May 2014 |

 Au CliffThe Budget shows that capital expenditure has dropped dramatically in Australia as the mining boom ends. Asia may also be creating another cliff.


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