- Market turbulence will test the Fed's resolve
- The continued turbulence in global financial markets would inevitably be causing, and indeed is causing, members of the US Federal Reserve Board to question whether they should continue with their planned path towards the gradual normalisation of US ...
- A murky portrait of investor lending
- Almost exactly a year after the ABS admitted its statistics had long underreported the number of first home buyers, suspicions are growing that a recent sharp slowing in investor home loans also understates the true picture.
- SMSF residential property loans: their days may be numbered
- Australian property investors have become complacent about access to home loans, but a tightening of lending practices has been eating away at available credit. To the glee of DIY super fund holders, the government rather shockingly ignored advice from ...
- The upside of bracket creep
- It was a nice try by Dan Tehan, Liberal member for Wannon. A few scary statistics about bracket creep and we should all be convinced that raising the GST by 50 per cent is the best thing since sliced bread. “Bracket creep will take $5.
- A dividend decision looms for BHP
- It didn't require the decision by Standard & Poor's to cut BHP Billiton's credit rating to signal the end of BHP's progressive dividend policy, but it does tend to confirm it.
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