The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled more than 370 points, Treasuries rallied the most since July and volatility spiked higher as the turmoil surrounding the Trump administration roiled financial markets around the globe.
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Today’s Markets & Money comes to you with a problem that doesn’t need fixing. We’re referring to Australia’s ‘phantom’ housing affordability crisis. Where’s all this housing affordability crisis talk coming from? From the government-homeowner tag team, of course. Landowners are calling all the shots. And they have their government foot soldiers supporting them every step of the way.
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This week’s federal budget gave us plenty to sink our teeth into. We’re relieved to see the government finally doing something about the HECS.
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We’re not gamblers or speculators. We’re no good at predicting the future. But we see what looks like a really simple investing pattern that may pay off.
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When people earn less, they pass less in taxes. A decline in tax receipts means that something real is happening in the economy.
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