inflation

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Australia is seeing mortgage stress and other cost-of-living pressures rise, but we can avoid the financial impact being felt in the UK and US, says a UNSW Business School real estate expert. 

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A growing number of economists are predicting a US recession is on the cards, which could lead to a recession in Australia and globally.

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While we wait for a national housing plan, inflation threatens to squeeze more households out of their homes and onto the streets.

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With the price of Bitcoin and other digital currencies dropping dramatically, what is in store for the digital asset market?

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With interest rates rising and house prices dropping in some cities, are potential first-home buyers getting closer to making that purchase?

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Several solutions can help to mitigate the demand and need for wages to be linked to inflation, writes UNSW Business School's Mark Humphrey-Jenner.

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Can interest rates be capped in Australia - and should they be? Mark Humphery-Jenner, Associate Professor at UNSW Business School explains.

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UNSW Business School Professor Peter Swan explains what a rate hike would mean for borrowers and the Australian economy 

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The case for the RBA increasing interest rates certainly exists. But it’s far less pressing than in the United States.

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True wages growth, and true price growth, is probably less than the official figures suggest – meaning there’s no need for alarm about inflation in Australia.

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