24 June 2024
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The RBA can’t ignore rising insolvencies

The RBA’s currently ‘on hold’ with interest rates, with the next move on rates likely to be down. If it’s not, then insolvencies will surge, and a recession will be more likely.

Do we want to pay to keep banks open in the bush?

Banks are closing in country towns, with 2,000 disappearing since 2017! The good news for the rural community is the Senate is inquiring into how banks can stay open in the bush. But there’s bad news too…

Foreign students waved ‘goodbye’ for economic & political purposes

Our $48 billion education industry and fourth biggest export sector is about to get a kick in the guts of macroeconomic proportions for three reasons.

ATO now a bigger Big Brother thanks to AI

We’re living in a more taxing world and artificial intelligence (AI) will make it even more intrusive and revealing for the Tax Office.

The office of Australia’s Governor-General

The point of my article today is to discuss the office of Governor-General, not the merits of the people who have held it and to ask the question Is the Governor-General the Australian head of state?

Star casinos could become Hard Rock Cafe casinos

It looks like Star set to be rescued and the first to put their hand up is Hard Rock Hotels and Resorts

Switzer Investing TV | 20th May 2024

9 stocks that the analysts like but do other expert give them thumbs up.

Poll says voters doubt Treasurer’s Budget promises

Newspoll’s latest survey of voters doesn’t make great reading for the Government, with few voters believing that inflation will be low enough for a rate cut this year.

Will the Treasurer end up a rooster or feather duster on interest rates?

Do these rising jobless numbers scream rate cuts are closer than expected?

Dark side of the Budget moon

There have been some positive moonbeams shining out of the Budget to date, but there’s bound to be a darker side illuminated by Peter Dutton in his Budget reply tonight.

My view on Chalmer’s Budget

There are a lot of giveaways in this Budget but also a lot of interest rate promises that might not be able to be kept. Let’s take a look…

Switzer Investing TV | 13th May 2024

Three stocks analysts see a huge upside for their share prices, but are they buyable now?

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