5 April 2020
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Is this trade deal fake news?

A news story out of Beijing’s state news sources virtually warned the markets not to pop champagne on the deal, despite Trump branding the alleged agreement as being “very substantial”.

Why Frydenberg should learn from Shorten and Napoleon

Slow learners called politicians really should have a good read of this story of mine and resolve to give up their self-assured, hubris-laden ways and help all Aussies.

What would Dirty Harry do with the Mad King in the US?

Some people think Donald is a real life version of the ‘Mad King’ from Game of Thrones, while others see him as a negotiating genius. Well it’s time he proved his supporters right.

Why would any idiot want economic Armageddon?

I don't like low interest rates or household debt-to-GDP ratios at record highs but I know debt servicing levels are unbelievably low and troubled loans and defaulters aren't worrying anyone, apart from those who have a vested interest in talking down the economy.

Every move he makes, every breath he takes, I'll be watching him

Love him or loathe him, Donald Trump has had a big impact on our super and he could make or break our economy. That's why I watch every move he makes.

Here's why we need a new Victorian system

As I have no opinion on abortion law reform or assisted dying, I turn to Victoria where I currently seek to play a part in the electoral reform process.

Should listed companies work with activists?

Employees and consumers are now firmly on the march on a range of hot button issues and companies will have the choice of either trying to beat them, or join them. Where do you stand on the debate about how much listed companies should work with activists?

We gave you a mandate, Prime Minister. What will you do to get us out of this malaise?

It was ironic that I was about to talk to a group of highly successful entrepreneurs and business builders in Adelaide when the job numbers were released.

What do Julie Bishop, GM's CEO and the incoming ECB president have in common?

How executive presence helped Bishop, Barra and Lagarde rise to the top.

My view of Barnaby Joyce and Jacqui Lambie

Two things from the last Federal election pleased Malcolm Mackerras: the humiliation of Barnaby Joyce and Jacqui Lambie voted back into the Senate.

Is our economic rescue plan made in China?

Crucial economic data comes out this week, which could determine if and when interest rates will be cut. If the numbers are bad, all hope rests with China.

Can you feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Donald?

Can we trust the latest signs that maybe a deal is in the air? I've been waiting for this moment, oh Donald!

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