Property: The Great Aussie Generational Divide



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Property: The Great Aussie Generational Divide

As home prices rise faster than salaries, it is no surprise that home ownership has declined since 2001. The groups most affected are the 25–54.
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The Great Lie That Is Bankrupting the Economy

You hear economists say that a ‘strong dollar’ is good…or a ‘weak yen’ is bad. It is nonsense. The only thing that matters is that money be honest.
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Companies Should Learn to Temper Their ‘Long Term’ Strategies

I think the ‘longer term’ outlook for iron ore miners is poor. But I wouldn’t bet against them just yet. The market is saying the short term outlook remains strong.
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Is Your Job at Risk of the Digital Revolution?

If your occupation is under threat from the ongoing digital revolution, make a note of it, and expand your skillsets to meet these challenges head on.
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People Say It Is Impossible, That’s Why We Try to Do It

Last Tuesday, Bertrand Piccard completed the first voyage around the world with Solar Impulse 2. Solar Impulse 2 is a completely solar energy fuelled plane.
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