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  • Can Australia’s economy handle the full income tax cuts package?

    Can Australia’s economy handle the full income tax cuts package?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Shadow Assistant Minister for Treasury Andrew Leigh who says  stage three of the government tax cut package would make Australia’s tax system “regressive”. Interview with: Andrew Leigh, Shadow, Assistant Minister for Treasury Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • Would ACCC have been better to regulate the financial industry?

    Would ACCC have been better to regulate the financial industry?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Professor Ian Harper, who was as a member of the Wallis committee in 1997, an inquiry which probed into the financial system and ultimately recommended the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) be set up, about why he thinks giving the ACCC more powers to regulate the financial services industry may have been a […]Read More »
  • Why RBA kept rates on hold

    Why RBA kept rates on hold

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Bill Evans, Chief Economist at Westpac, about the RBA’s outlook of the economy after they kept rates on hold for the 15th consecutive month. Why Rerserve Bank of Australia kept rates on hold Ross Greenwood:  Welcome back to money news. Right around the country as I told you earlier, on the Reserve […]Read More »
  • Would the ACCC have taken the banks to task?

    Would the ACCC have taken the banks to task?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Former ACCC Chairman Alan Fels who says the ACCC would’ve been a more effective cop on the beat when it comes to punishing banks, and calls to strengthen ASIC has been around since the 1990’s Introduction: Would the ACCC have taken the banks to task? Ross Greenwood: I want to take you […]Read More »
  • Rate cuts could be on hold until next year

    Rate cuts could be on hold until next year

    Ross Greenwood speaks to CBA chief economist Michael Blythe who says not to expect another rate cut until next year after the Reserve Bank indicated low rates may not be having the desired effect on the economy. Ross Greenwood: Great day for your company. You’re on Money News, going right around Australia. You know the […]Read More »

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What happens in the Australian housing market ? Listen or read the transcript of this  interview with Lindsay David, Founder, LF Economics under the title of Housing:  The Ultimate Ponzi Scheme .

What happens in the future as well? Read the transcript or listen to this interview with Alan Oster, Chief Economist NAB – article posted as Australia grabs record for longest time without a recession.

What happens is they start to raise rates ? Listen to the interview or read this transcript of Helena Chang, Vice President, Moody’s Investors Services – blog title of Housing Affordability gets worse – Alena Chen Moody’s.

What happens to this money? Listen or read the transcript of this  interview with Kate Carnell, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman under the title of Kate Carnell – Bank Levy.

What happens when you don’t have profitable? Read the transcript or listen to this interview with Ian Narev, CEO Commonwealth Bank – article posted as Bank Tax War – CBA CEO Hits Back at Bank Tax.

What happens with superannuation? Listen to the interview or read this transcript of Saul Eslake, Vice Chancellor and Fellow at University of Tasmania – blog title of Negative Gearing Reform – Saul Eslake.

What happens with them and other industries? Listen to the interview or read this transcript of Anna Bligh, CEO Australian Bankers Association – blog title of Anna Bligh – Australian Bankers Association – Bank Levy.

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