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Tumbling Stock Markets
August 31, 2015

Global market crashes have always been a serious issue for investors because of their potential to cause havoc and financial distress all around the world. Recently, the global stock market…

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The Australian Future
August 31, 2015

Today, Australia is facing major hardships in its strongest industries mining and manufacturing. With the recent decline in world demand for iron ore and the withdrawal announcement of Ford, Holden…

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The Path to Uberfication
August 31, 2015

The transportation network company Uber have revolutionised the way drivers connect with passengers. Although battling numerous court cases and causing global strikes, the six year old company have expanded into…

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Detroit’s US economy relevance
August 31, 2015

After a 50 year economic decline, which resulted in bankruptcy, Detroit is on the up after diversifying its industrial composition. Detroit, once a bustling metropolis of activity, is now a…

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How much do you know about your HECs Debt?
August 24, 2015

All Australian university students will have some interaction or reliance on HECS, whether it is through themselves, their friends or their institution. Its ubiquity over the student body makes it…

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China’s Stock Market Crash
August 24, 2015

The booming performance of China’s stock market was put to an abrupt end due to risky investor practices and the nation’s declining economic growth. To mitigate the repercussions of the…

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Tianjin: A Future in Pieces
August 24, 2015

Recently, two seismic explosions in the port city of Tianjin, China has left the city in devastation and ruin. Being merely 30 seconds apart, both explosions at a chemical warehouse…

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Depreciation of the Chinese RMB
August 24, 2015

China’s central bank has recently devalued its currency by over 2% against the US dollar. By depreciating the Chinese Yuan, it created great concerns for the domestic and international markets.…

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Capital Controls – Good or Bad?
July 27, 2015

The term “capital controls” has been heavily featured in the media right across the world of late, as the Syriza-led Greek government placed restrictions on the outflow of capital from…

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A Look into the Economy of the Philippines
July 27, 2015

An individual, such as myself, born in Australia to an Australian father and a Filipino mother, is not too much of an oddity in our multicultural land down under, and…

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The fall of the Australian Dollar
July 27, 2015

It was a dramatic day for the Australian Dollar on the 20th of July as it hit a six-year low against the US Dollar. The AUD was valued at 73.62…

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ASEAN: All Set to Go?
July 27, 2015

Asia is no longer just about China and India anymore. Over the past few years, the global economic power was shifted away from the advanced economies of G7 to the…

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A Drachmatic Proposal
July 27, 2015

With its back to the wall and a rapidly deteriorating economic situation, it is hardly surprising that all eyes are turned to Greece in recent times, where one wrong move…

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