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Jim Chalmers MP Jul 18
BREAKING: Gross debt has hit another new record $546.3b on the Liberals’ watch. It’s time this third-term Government takes responsibility for the mess it’s made of the economy and the Budget
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Ross Gittins Jul 19
Are we up to the tough choices we must make to stay prosperous and happy?
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Indeed Jul 15
Businesses across the country are relying more heavily on part-time workers, even those not normally associated with the practice. The part-time employment share is higher in all but two industries — finance and real estate — compared with a decade ago.
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Indeed Jul 15
Around three-quarters of the increase in the part-time employment share among workers aged 15-24, from 45% in 2008 to 56% in 2018, can be explained by poor economic conditions, according to calculations derived from ABS data.
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Peter Martin Jul 15
When they were deciding on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, many of the journeys were by horse.
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Ash Leahy Jul 14
36% of pensioners living below the poverty line, the ones without saving accounts, shares and assets. What is the Morrison government doing for them? Nothing.
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Jim Chalmers MP Jul 14
MEDIA RELEASE: Stagnant wages problem won't be "disappearing any time soon": report
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pfh007 10h
APRA prepares its MP-LOL tools for deployment.
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Andy Fisher 4h
Again the lie of orthodoxy: more evidence that public sector creates economic activity and growth - Aust in recession without public sector spending and employment growth via
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RationalAustralia 8m
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Citizens Electoral Council Jul 21
19 July 2019 - The CEC Report - Politicians freak at economic truths, condemn Australia to disaster / 50th anniversary of Apollo 11
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Miriam Cosic 1h
What would it take to see hospitality wage thieves held to account?
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Andrew Leigh 6h
A CUB-Asahi merger would give it a market share over 50%. Beer is yet another industry dominated by a few big firms (full video here: )
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Andrew Leigh Jul 21
A slogan cannot boost the economy or address unemployment. Australia needs a Government with policy vision
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Ed Johnson 9h
The RBA's Chris Kent joins us this morning to discuss changes to the CLF.
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CommSec 5h
[REPORT] Consumer finances are the best in five months
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Chris Edmond Jul 15
To be clear, Treasury is working with high quality administrative data but the analysis is just a least squares regression. Unlike what you'd think from some of the media discussion, there's no way to assess causality here
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Cherelle Murphy 1h
While we are only 23 days into the financial year, there is some upside risk to the Western Australian Government's iron ore price forecasts
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Centre for Future Work Jul 21
Rebuilding Aus manufacturing has strategic importance for ‘’weaning off the resources teat’’ & increasing fledging innovation, productivity & incomes. Our economist presents case for industry policy National Conference in w
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pfh007 Jul 21
HEM will prove as effective as the Maginot line.
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