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A cut in the company tax rate will lead to a rise in after tax corporate earnings. A cut in the corporate tax rate will then lead to a rise in GDP.
by Michael Knox - 29/06/2016 - 4 comments
One possible solution to issues of gender equity in sport would be to make all sports competitions unisex, with prize money and other conditions totally based on audience demand and competition on the sports field.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 24/06/2016 - 6 comments
Those who figure US LTO output will track WTI in a straight line clearly donít understand the complexities of how this large and complex business actually works.
by David Yager - 24/06/2016 - 1 comment
It's impossible to find another natural resource that is so fundamentally necessary and yet has carried such negative sentiment as uranium.
by James Stafford - 21/06/2016 - 6 comments
There are very real dangers in raiding the super fund, particularly as it comes on top of the decision last year by Pitt to suspend contributions for at least five years.
by Judith Sloan - 16/06/2016 - 1 comment
Compare the expenditure growth forecasts with the historical data and you will see how heroic they are.
by Gene Tunny - 16/06/2016 - 2 comments
The biggest gold producers in the world have seen their share prices double this year. Not only are gold prices soaring, but producers are cutting costs and slimming down.
by James Stafford - 14/06/2016 - 6 comments
If there is an unemployment queue, then a tax cut will provide more jobs. So write that up as an underestimate of the benefit of a tax cut.
by Michael Potter - 9/06/2016 - 14 comments
It is acknowledged that behavioral economists seem to behave in many respects more like economists than psychologists, but that could, perhaps, be interpreted as a clever use of psychology.
by Winton Bates - 9/06/2016 - 6 comments
According to data from Rystad Energy, overall global oil output will fall this year as natural depletion overwhelms all new sources of supply.
But in fact, if we want to INVEST in education, health, aged care, transport and communications infrastructure, then we do need more progressive tax and higher spending.
by Tristan Ewins - 31/05/2016 - 5 comments
The price of temporary water, on a market increasingly controlled by governments, has increased from $30 per megalitres to almost $300 per megalitres as a direct result of the water buybacks.
by Johnny Kahlbetzer - 26/05/2016 - 9 comments

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