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    Deal makers trawl in tough times

    Deal makers trawl in tough times

    16 May 2019 by Mark Pownall

    OPINION: Business News data points to a sustained low for WA’s corporate finance markets, but there are signs recovery may be imminent. ...

    Money managers face trust deficit

    Money managers face trust deficit

    31 May 2018 by Mark Pownall

    Opinion: Federal government inquiries are shaking the superannuation tree. What will be interesting is how the different players respond. ...

    Bigger better no more

    Bigger better no more

    08 May 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    Opinion: The current banking royal commission and global shift to downsizing are raising questions as to whether any institution or business is too big to fail, or at least be broken up. ...

    The cost of complacency

    The cost of complacency

    03 May 2018 by Mark Pownall

    Will financial services companies wish they had taken a different path all those decades ago, when superannuation nest eggs looked so attractive? ...

    Banks, brokers get a taste for WA wine

    Banks, brokers get a taste for WA wine

    13 Feb 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    If WA’s wine industry isn’t exactly booming today, it could be a different story soon. ...

    The computer made me do it

    The computer made me do it

    30 Jan 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    The rise of robo investment advice will prompt those with long memories to recall what happened last time computer algorithms were used to manage investments. ...

    Lowe and behold, rates pain on the way

    Lowe and behold, rates pain on the way

    10 Oct 2017 by Tim Treadgold

    OPINION: With a touch of irony, the central bank governor fires a warning shot in mortgage-stressed WA that rates will rise. ...

    Friendly fire to hit bank customers

    Friendly fire to hit bank customers

    26 Jun 2017 by Tim Treadgold

    OPINION: Those among us who are unfamiliar with the term ‘collateral damage’ are about to learn its meaning first hand, because it is what we have become – innocent victims of bad governance across Australia. ...

    Top bureaucrats jump ship

    Top bureaucrats jump ship

    06 May 2016 by Peter Kennedy

    The imminent departure of four heavy hitters in the public service couldn’t have come at a worse time for the state government. ...

    RBA unlikely to change rates

    RBA unlikely to change rates

    28 Aug 2015 by Jason Cadden

    The Reserve Bank is expected to look through recent market turmoil and keep the cash rate unchanged for the foreseeable future. ...

    Five reasons the RBA will cut rates again

    Five reasons the RBA will cut rates again

    05 Aug 2015

    While it’s a close call, chances are the Reserve Bank of Australia will cut rates again before year end reflecting the poor business investment outlook, greater than expected weakness in commodity prices, and the $A remaining too high. ...

    Speeding towards a financial black hole

    Speeding towards a financial black hole

    03 Aug 2015 by Tim Treadgold

    Banks and their customers are eagerly awaiting the next move on official interest rates in the US. ...

    S&L with Mike Nahan: PODCAST

    S&L with Mike Nahan: PODCAST

    03 Mar 2015

    The WA economy 2015 with Treasurer Mike Nahan. ...

    RBA rates move cuts both ways

    RBA rates move cuts both ways

    16 Feb 2015 by Tim Treadgold

    Yield hunters are ignoring warning signs from the ‘real’ economy, pushing share prices for some major stocks higher. ...

    McKinsey reveals debt risk

    McKinsey reveals debt risk

    05 Feb 2015 by Tim Treadgold

    Australia’s latest political crisis, the potential dumping next week of the prime minister, Tony Abbott, is masking a far greater threat to the country – a fresh outbreak of the GFC caused by the dramatic build-up of private and public debt. ...

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