Economics

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Jobs data lowers the likelihood of a US interest rate hike, Australian business investment beats expectations, but retail trade remains flat, writes Richard Holden.

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The US Federal Reserve's annual meeting will signal interest rates, and ultimately the path of the Aussie dollar, writes Richard Holden.

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Governments have never been good at deciding how many people can study what, writes Richard Holden.

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The US economy is looking healthy, but in Australia there’s only so much monetary stimulus can do when it comes to low inflation, writes Richard Holden.

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With the Rio Games underway, UNSW experts are available for comment on issues from doping in sport and the threat from Zika, to the economics of the Olympics spectacle.

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Australia's gloomy economic outlook has not been helped by the big four banks' decision to hold back on interest rate cuts, writes Richard Holden. 

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The most interesting numbers at the moment are the yields on long term government securities, writes Richard Holden.

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The path back to surplus inevitably winds through state finances. Richard Eccleston and Neil Warren take us down that pot-holed road.

Brexit

Economics aside, there is a big picture geo-political angle to consider when it comes to the Brexit vote, writes Tim Harcourt.

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US research clearly shows how better results can be achieved, and it’s not all about throwing more money at education, writes Richard Holden.

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