Monthly Archives: February 2019

Breakfast with Keith De Lacy & me to discuss Beautiful One Day, Broke the Next

Former Queensland Treasurer Keith De Lacy AM and I will speak at an upcoming breakfast in West End, Brisbane on Wednesday 27 February at the Connor Court Book Room regarding my recently published book Beautiful One Day, Broke the Next: … Continue reading

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Thankfully Hayne recommendations are fairly benign – respected commentators have started panicking over economy

Many economists and finance commentators were concerned that the recommendations of the Hayne Royal Commission into banking would lead to further restrictions on credit availability with adverse consequences for the economy. Thankfully the recommendations seem pretty benign, nothing that the … Continue reading

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Suncorp-CCIQ Pulse Survey confirms decline in business confidence

In my wrap up of last week (see my previous post) I noted that I expected the latest Suncorp-CCIQ Pulse Survey would be discouraging and would counter the optimism of Deloitte Access Economics’s recent business outlook which was cited approvingly … Continue reading

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QEW video – the week that was: 27-Jan to 2-Feb-19

First, my thoughts and prayers are with the people of Townsville and North Queensland in this challenging time of heavy rain and flooding. Second, below is a slide show (with commentary) I’ve recorded on the economic news of the last … Continue reading

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