At the end of a comment yesterday on Macrobusiness, PFH007 concluded with Wake up ALP Wake up Greens. One response was as follows ErmingtonPlumbing November 26, 2016 at 6:51 pm Yes but […]
How might President Trump get the United States back to work ?
Keep in mind that deficits don’t matter – when you are a Republican. Democrats find it hard to complain about government spending and really hate doing the whole ‘austerity’ fan dance. So […]
Bank Watch: Westpac raising the heat on non-resident /foreign Australian housing speculators?
So Westpac is going to charge non-resident borrowers a bit extra on their speculations in Australian property. The very idea that our local banks would be extending credit to non-residents to speculate […]
$AUD Watch – The rocket keeps rising and keeps burning off Australian jobs and industries.
The Australian Dollar keeps on rising and if it is not rising it remains far above what our trade performance warrants -floating on a torrent of unproductive and predatory capital inflows. Below is […]
SPC Ardmona – The Great Reverse Tariff Wall scores another scalp.
The news today is that Woolies is considering ending its agreement with SPC Ardmona for locally canned fruit. Understandably this has led to a fresh out break of the old debate – […]
Land Tax: The painless approach to introducing a land tax
Land Tax has become the new black with even the Treasurer talking about his enthusiasm for experimentation by other people (aka the state governments). However, shifting a state governments finances from the […]
RBA Watch: Time to talk about Central Bank independence.
Larry Summers has been talking about Central Bank independence, and it is certainly about time, but his proposals do not go far enough. The issue should be included in the terms of […]
China Watch: The answers are in our grasp
What does the future hold for Australia was up for discussion on Macrobusiness this morning A Glass Pyramid operative left the following as a comment on that article. The tea leaves in […]