Australia’s Economic Oddities Go Viral

Australia’s Economic Oddities Go Viral

BY Nick Hubble POSTED July 15, 2017

Lowe is worried about debt. If Australia’s prosperity is based on debt growth, then of course lowering rates increases it. But too much debt is dangerous. It leads to financial instability – a fourth but hidden mandate Lowe has added himself.

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The ‘Wave of Money’ Flooding Australia

The ‘Wave of Money’ Flooding Australia

BY Callum Newman POSTED July 13, 2017

The money supply increased 7.5% over the year to May. Now we know Australia’s GDP growth rate is nowhere near that. So where did the money go? The property market.

Lies, Lies and Central Banks

Lies, Lies and Central Banks

BY Callum Newman POSTED June 20, 2017

There is one development that keeps moving faster and faster. It looks a long-term threat to the banks in general. If I’m right, it means a hidden agenda at work at the central banks. But, as we we’ve seen, there’s plenty of those already.