4 cents a day buys a lot more than nostalgia
October 21, 2019

In a modern media landscape overflowing with free and accessible online news and entertainment, the ABC is not just a curator of cultural capital. It…

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Value Investing: In the doghouse?
October 11, 2019

Value investing is the investment style of purchasing stocks at a price below their true worth. This investing method was developed in 1920s at Columbia…

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SLUMP 2020?
September 26, 2019

Everyone is talking about it. Everyone is anticipating it. “It” is the strong probability of a global recession.

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The Great Australian Recycling Crisis
September 26, 2019

Recently, across all media platforms, a debate is burgeoning regarding Australia’s recycling crisis and what resolutions Australia needs to find. What began with China’s ban…

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China’s Digital Currency: A Boon for People, Productivity and Power
September 23, 2019

China has recently surprised the market, especially the crypto sector, by announcing that they are almost ready to launch a digital currency called Renminbi to…

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Cry For Me, Argentina: Crises of Poverty, Prices and Public Finance
September 7, 2019

On Sunday the 11thof August, conservative Argentinian President Mauricio Macri suffered a resounding defeat in the primary elections to his left-wing rival, Alberto Fernández and…

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CommBank launches exciting new CommSec Pocket app
September 6, 2019

The concept of micro-investing is not new in any sense. The idea of saving and investing small amounts of money at regular intervals is a…

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AI: Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Ignorance?
August 22, 2019

For a society indisputably flourishing in the technological age, it only makes sense that AI serves on the forefront of such massive change. From $500…

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The End of Deutsche Bank in Oz?
August 19, 2019

Deutsche Bank - the name in the latest headlines for all the wrong reasons. The Bank survived the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and then the…

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A Lose-Lose Trade War between South Korea and Japan
August 12, 2019

Rising tensions between South Korea and Japan have reached an all-time peak sparking fears of a trade war. Japan’s recent announcement to tighten controls on…

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Libra Cryptocurrency and the Circle of Centralisation
August 12, 2019

Facebook has become an integral part of daily life for millions of people everywhere– for better or for worse. The social media giant aims to…

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Can interest rates fall any lower?
August 12, 2019

With the official interest rate sitting at 1%, interest rates have never been lower in Australian history. While they have been enjoyed by a large…

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Hong Kong protests damaging its Economy
August 12, 2019

Hong Kong is in the brink of a crisis. A crisis that the CEO Carrie Lam has warned that the international financial hub is facing…

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The Race for the Rising Sun
August 12, 2019

Solar power has been winning the race for the most efficient renewable energy source and for good reason. With such abundant supply of sunshine in…

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Deal or No Deal? Will PM Johnson Change Britain’s Fate?
August 11, 2019

Brexit is the process of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union (EU) in keeping with the results of the 2016 referendum. Since then, there…

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