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Investors are starting to embrace the idea that the RBA will be forced to cut rates, not hike - with big implications for the Aussie dollar.
BHP, ExxonMobil and gas pipeliner Jemena have big plans to lift the east coast gas shortage and bring in years of new supply.
But many are tearing through their losses, setting Australia up for a multi-billion dollar windfall.
ExxonMobil has made a final investment decision on its Bass Strait gas project, which will bring more gas to Victoria in the next five years.
The property slump could shave up to 1.2 percentage points from growth in 2019 and prompt the RBA to cut rates to a new record low, AMP's chief economist says.
Manufacturing chiefs say Australian industry is at risk of collapse unless the government takes swift action to create energy policy and support gas infrastructure in the country.
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The falls in house prices could go on for another 12 to 18 months and will become an increasing burden on Australia's economy, says asset manager BlackRock.
Sydney's property market slump has just reached a new milestone, with values falling more than in the late 1980s before the recession we had to have.
As the Reserve Bank frets about Australia's slowing levels of consumption, it's found one area that appears to be holding up well.
Housing woes now weighing on cash-strapped shoppers
NSW government plans 24 new pumped hydro projects that would provide around half of the state's demand for electricity on the hottest days.
That equates to $340 in missing notes for every man, woman and child.
Price slump wipes $70b from value of Aussie homes.
A cut in interest rates could not be ruled out, a senior central banker said on Monday, but emphasised that the next move was still likely to be an increase given expectations for a gradual acceleration in inflation.
Soft landings in housing markets are rare and Australia should be ready to respond to the risk of a significant price dive, the OECD says.
An hour after Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered his second set of national accounts he was spotted wandering the halls of Parliament with Nick Kyrgios.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has written to the Prime Minister and asked him to stump up for infrastructure funding ahead of this week's COAG meeting.
The local currency hasn’t been this undervalued against the greenback since the depths of the financial crisis amid fears Trump's trade war will escalate.
Flat wages, falling house prices and slower growth, sure, but things aren't that bad
The dramatic arrest of a Chinese telecommunications executive has driven home why it will be so hard for the Trump administration to resolve its deepening conflict with China.
The RBA has warned that the banks' habit of acting as a pack could exacerbate the housing decline.
"And we will not be just squeaking over the line, either - this will be a substantial surplus in the hundreds of millions of dollars," the Premier said.
Retail sales rose 0.3 per cent in October, in line with market predictions, helped by higher spending on clothing and footwear and a surge in online shopping.
Australia's national accounts have set up an election contest over plans to drive struggling consumers back to the shops.
The national accounts revealed a building crunch on retailers who face a mounting pile of unsold stock.
The economy grew by 2.8 per cent in the year to September, delivering the Coalition an economic hurdle as it heads into the summer break.
There is a lot riding on how households in Sydney and Melbourne react to gloomy headlines about falling house prices.
A Fitzroy cafe banning takeaway coffees is happy to risk losing customers just to make them slow down.
Employers should make space for bisexual employees in their diversity policies and training programs.