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Petrol companies price-gouging? Says who?

Petrol companies price-gouging? Says who? | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Panic about petrol price-gouging after revelations Sydney motorists have been forced to pay more than Melbourne motorists is unjustified.
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Coal's future looking blacker

Coal's future looking blacker | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
It's clear Australia will have to lift its game if we're not to be seen as global bludgers.
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Joe Hockey is right: Economy is neither wonderful nor woeful

Joe Hockey is right: Economy is neither wonderful nor woeful | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Searchers after truth rather than headlines don't take quarterly changes in GDP too literally. This graph shows why we shouldn't lose our bundle over the economy.
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Aussie dollar to dip below US 60c

Aussie dollar to dip below US 60c | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
IF you’re thinking about that trip to the US, you might want to do it sooner rather than later.
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Graphene - the new wonder material

Graphene - the new wonder material | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Scientific interest rolls in for a material that is more solid than steel and a better conductor than copper
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Francis in America: a radical pope journeys to the 'heart of the machine'

Francis in America: a radical pope journeys to the 'heart of the machine' | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
On his Latin American tour he called unfettered capitalism ‘the dung of the devil’, but he will face a very different political landscape in Washington
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Budget 2015: the six graphs you need to see

Budget 2015: the six graphs you need to see | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Here are the key graphs to consider as George Osborne presents his spending and savings plans, and growth forecasts, in his first budget since the election
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Sundown, sunrise: how Australia can finally get solar power right

Sundown, sunrise: how Australia can finally get solar power right | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
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Confidence jumps after RBA rate cut | MyWealth Commonwealth Bank

Confidence jumps after RBA rate cut | MyWealth Commonwealth Bank | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Consumer confidence rose last week after the Reserve Bank of Australia cut the official cash rate to a new historic low.
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Top ten Aussie brands no longer locally owned | MyWealth Commonwealth Bank

Top ten Aussie brands no longer locally owned | MyWealth Commonwealth Bank | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Aussie favourites like Vegemite, Bushell’s tea and Violet Crumble are still on local supermarket shelves, but are now earning money for the foreign companies that have purchased them.
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Budget cheat sheet: 11 key questions answered

Budget cheat sheet: 11 key questions answered | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
11 key questions you need answered to understand Treasurer Joe Hockey's second budget.
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge faces shortages as demand outstrips supply

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge faces shortages as demand outstrips supply | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Higher than expected demand for difficult-to-manufacture curved screen smartphone means company is unlikely to be able to keep up
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Are you ready for the technological revolution?

Are you ready for the technological revolution? | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
The technological revolution has only just begun, and the transformations it will bring are a cause for excitement and hope, writes Professor Klaus Schwab.
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National Accounts show we are getting seriously poorer

National Accounts show we are getting seriously poorer | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
THE Australian economy limped along barely out of recession in the June quarter.
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Canada and Australia feel the squeeze in wake of Chinese economic slowdown

Canada and Australia feel the squeeze in wake of Chinese economic slowdown | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Iron and oil producers proved resilient during the crash of 2008-09 but are now struggling as commodities prices decline
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How plunging oil prices have created a volatile new force in the global economy

How plunging oil prices have created a volatile new force in the global economy | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
US hopes for energy independence through fracking are vulnerable to supply decisions made in Saudi Arabia and now Iran
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Greece debt crisis: What's the deal? - BBC News

Greece debt crisis: What's the deal? - BBC News | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Eurozone leaders have reached agreement over a third Greek bailout after marathon talks in Brussels. But what are the economic consequences for Greece?
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Unemployment at 6pc, almost 25,000 full-time jobs added

Unemployment at 6pc, almost 25,000 full-time jobs added | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Unemployment remains relatively steady at 6 per cent, with almost 25,000 full-time jobs added.
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Mapping Australia: Housing affordability

Mapping Australia: Housing affordability | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Based on a young person’s address and their average income can a single person, or a couple, purchase the median priced house or unit in their LGA?
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Low interest rates mean it's no longer business as usual

Low interest rates mean it's no longer business as usual | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
Say you win $10,000 in a lottery, but are offered the choice of receiving the money now or in three years time. Which would you pick?
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Aussie dollar up on interest rate outlook | MyWealth Commonwealth Bank

Aussie dollar up on interest rate outlook | MyWealth Commonwealth Bank | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
The Australian dollar has risen on market expectations that the rate cut cycle has ended after the Reserve Bank lowered the interest rate to a record two per cent.
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WA budget at a glance: where the money goes

WA budget at a glance: where the money goes | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
The WA Government has raised the curtain on the state's first budget deficit in 15 years, and will sell off major assets to try to fill the hole.
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RBA board member Edwards welcomes signs of recovering jobs market

RBA board member Edwards welcomes signs of recovering jobs market | Economics Corpus | Scoop.it
A jump in Australia’s March employment is “unambiguously good” news for the economy, which is now “very far” from recession, said John Edwards, a board member of the Reserve Bank of Australia.
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