• Newsletter – Friday December 6 2019

    Newsletter – Friday December 6 2019

    “People are not spending; they are putting their hands in their pockets and refusing to spend! And I think it’s to do with confidence. Bushfires are wreaking havoc along the East Coast, smoke blanketing Sydney city, its eerie and gloomy. And not making people feel good. We’ve got the drought, that’s going nowhere and there […]Read More »
  • Why did One Nation reject the union-busting bill?

    Why did One Nation reject the union-busting bill?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts as the government’s union-busting bill has suffered a shock defeat in parliament after Pauline Hanson and Jacqui Lambie voted against it. Interview with: Malcolm Roberts, Senator, One Nation Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • Why trade deals are good for the economy

    Why trade deals are good for the economy

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham as free trade agreements with Indonesia, Hong Kong and Peru are one step closer to being finalised after they were passed through Parliament. Interview with: Simon Birmingham, Senator, Minister for Trade Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • Why is Australia’s AAA credit rating at risk?

    Why is Australia’s AAA credit rating at risk?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to S&P Global Ratings Primary Credit Analyst Anthony Walker after Australia has been warned big spending could threaten its AAA rating. Interview with: Anthony Walker, Priamry Credit Analyst, S&P Global Ratings Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • Why did Westpac CEO step down?

    Why did Westpac CEO step down?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to First Super CEO Bill Watson after the CEO, Chairman and another senior executive of Westpac has fallen on their sword over the latest scandal rocking the bank. Interview with: Bill Watson, CEO, First Super Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • Why is Caltex offloading a 49% stake in 250 service stations?

    Why is Caltex offloading a 49% stake in 250 service stations?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Managing Director and CEO of Caltex Australia, Julian Segal, as petrol giant Caltex is planning an initial public offering (IPO) in the first half of 2020 for up to a 49 per cent stake in its fuel and convenience stations. Interview with: Julian Segal, CEO, Caltex Australia Image source: 2GBRead More »

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