Macrobusiness reports that Shell is giving the go-slow to Australian LNG projects.
The January update to the IMF’s October World Economic Outlook is actually a downgrade. The cut is a modest 10bps
I have been fairly strident about the need for lower rates — ignoring some of the commentators that are generally
The hoo-ha about child labour in the manufacture of Sherrin AFL footballs strikes me as massively wrong-headed. The girl in
In the September bulletin, the RBA included an article on the use and abuse of the ABS’s Capex intentions survey.
The long term employment data tells a chilling tale of a decade already lost in the USA. There is a
The August non-farm payrolls report was a little weaker than expected (96k v. mkt 130k). This was a decent outcome,
I am generally a proponent of the Unemployment Rate Only approach to the labour market report … however allow me
Mark the graph has a very nice collection of charts on the tax take from the Q2 national accounts. By
A guest post on Econbrowser based on this paper, reports the latest results from price micro-data. It finds that CPI