Australia's farmers need more equity capital in this harsh environment, but super funds are not stepping up.
China's financial problems are getting worse, which will have collateral effects in Australia.
How are the banks that feed the housing boom faring?
Covid has tightened the work force, but will it lead to higher wages and inflation?
Yep, it's back. Be very afraid.
There seems to be an agenda to completely change the global financial system, which poses a lot of, mostly unanswerable, questions for investors.
The 2020-21 ABS report has some important pointers.
Capitalist systems are ailing and the climate 'Great Reset' is a sinister attempt to find a way out.
The worst case scenario is looking more likely.
Savings in Australia soared during Covid because of government pump priming. That creates a bullish outlook for some sectors.
Inflation and higher interest rates may be emerging as a risk to the property market, but there are big buffers.
What matters is not the level of interest rates, which will stay low, but the pace at which they rise. Because of the massive global debt.