With the end of 2017 in sight, Richard Holden looks at five issues to watch for in 2018.
Australia continues to create jobs, but wages aren’t keeping up and policymakers are running out of options, writes Richard Holden.
Business conditions aren't translating to confidence, despite growing profits and jobs, writes Richard Holden.
Richard Holden explains why central banks can't deal with simultaneous low unemployment and inflation.
There are signs our frothy housing market, combined with rising interest rates, could have serious consequences for our economy, writes Richard Holden.
Data released this week in Australia and the United States showed continued strength – or at least a lack of weakness – in consumer spending and unemployment, writes Richard Holden.
Investor loans continue to rise, unemployment ticks down, wages growth remains distressingly low and consumers are unconvinced the budget will improve their financial situation, writes Richard Holden.
We need to refrom negative gearing and boost housing supply. Affordability, financial stability and economic inequality are all riding on it, writes Richard Holden.
Australia’s housing obsession continues, and it’s difficult to assess the future path of interest rates, writes Richard Holden.
The Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia calls for business investment and the US Federal Reserve tries to unwind its balance sheet.