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  • Newsletter – December 13 2019

    Newsletter – December 13 2019

    “The last hurrah for a few things you’ve known so well…from next year, no more Holden Commodore. The other that’s going it seems, according to the Reserve Banks Governor, is cheques! So that expression ‘the cheques in the mail!’ in 10 or 15 years’ time…will mean nothing to anybody! Because there will be no cheques […]Read More »
  • 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 »
  • Newsletter – November 29 2019

    Newsletter – November 29 2019

    “There has been a significant move inside our Federal Parliament with the Senate failing to pass the so-called ‘Ensuring Integrity Bill’   This came as a result of Labor and the Greens having both Jacqui Lambie and One Nation siding with them to have the bill tied up at 34-all. But something clearly changed the […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – November 22 2019

    Newsletter – November 22 2019

    “The banks have agreed to new standards when it comes to on-selling your debts. If you get yourself into strive, the banks don’t want to be the bad guy, they don’t want to be the ones to chase you, and pursue you and put you through. So now, new laws would make the bank more […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – November 1 2019

    Newsletter – November 1 2019

    “Woolworths and the underpayment of its staff – now this is clearly one of the biggest breaches that Australia has ever seen from Australia’s largest employer.  Now the important part about this is Woolworths has self-reported.  And perhaps the argument could be that the whole award system in Australia is so complicated and convoluted that […]Read More »

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  • Why Trump’s new tariffs have shaken the stock market

    Why Trump’s new tariffs have shaken the stock market

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Trade Minister Simon Birmingham as the Australian stock market has taken a hit after US President Donald Trump announced new tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from Brazil and Argentina. Interview with: Simon Birmingham, Trade Minister Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • Why have house prices soared?

    Why have house prices soared?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to CoreLogic’s head of research Tim Lawless as the property market has received the biggest monthly lift in national house prices in more than a decade. Interview with: Tim Lawless, Head of Research, Corelogic Image source: 2GBRead 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 are other banks are facing parliamentary grilling?

    Why are other banks are facing parliamentary grilling?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Liberal MP and the economics committee chairman Tim Wilson as smaller banks will be grilled on their ability to avoid possible AUSTRAC breaches after Westpac was accused of committing 23 million breaches. Interview with: Tim Wilson, Liberal, Economics Committee Chairman 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 »