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Chief economist update: Minutes of concerns
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 6 JUL 2018
The FOMC minutes revealed "participants" discussed the flattening yield curve at the June meeting - some were concerned, others tried to explain it away.
Chief economist update: Fed flattens the yield curve
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 14 JUN 2018
The US Federal Reserve projects good growth over at least the next three years yet investors are buying safety instead of risk assets. That, indeed, is a conundrum.
Unpaid super reaches $6bn
DARREN SNYDER  |  MONDAY, 4 JUN 2018
Industry Super Australia is lobbying the Federal Government to improve proposed laws that further address unpaid superannuation, a figure estimated to be about $5.9 billion as at 2015-16.
Federal government responds to white collar crime Senate inquiry
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 7 MAY 2018
The Federal Government has agreed to strengthen some of ASIC's powers but has deferred acting on recommendations to tighten self-reporting and industry codes as it waits for the dust to settle on Royal Commission findings.
Government passes BEAR reform
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 8 FEB 2018
The Banking Executive Accountability Regime legislation was passed in the Senate yesterday.
AFCA, key housing bills passed
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  THURSDAY, 7 DEC 2017
A number of new measures that will dramatically impact the way consumers interact with the financial services industry have cleared both houses of parliament.
Salt reveals retirement hotspots
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  WEDNESDAY, 6 DEC 2017
New analysis from Demographics Group managing director Bernard Salt has revealed the lifestyle hotspots for Australian retirees in 2017.
Un-Keynesian
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 5 DEC 2017
This is one case when America could learn from Australia.
'tis the season to not be jolly
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 16 NOV 2017
Thank goodness Australia doesn't celebrate Thanksgiving Day - there won't be anything to give thanks for when it comes around next week. While we're at it, Santa Claus may not be coming to town either.
Taxing times
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 13 NOV 2017
Self-interest and self-preservation dictate that neither US political party - Democrats or Republicans - would want to be known as the party that killed the tax cuts.
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