Signs lead to worst economic crash

TAYLOR ROWE With innovation exceeding the current demand, investors gradually stepping back and limited bank loans on offer, it is easy to jump to conclusion. Brett Gillan is a current investor who wishes to keep his company under wraps, he … [Read more...]

Commonwealth Bank raises standard home loan interest rate

RACHAEL HERRAMAN The Commonwealth Bank announced a rise on their Standard Variable Rate (SVR) by 15 basis points today, just one week after Westpac announced an interest rate rise. Like Westpac, the Commonwealth Bank is blaming the rise on … [Read more...]

Lagarde: bring gender gap reduction target forward

DANIEL BACKHAUS Christine Lagarde has criticised the G20 for taking a soft touch approach to closing the gender gap. The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund generally praised the outcome of the G20, but took aim at the … [Read more...]

Turkish PM calls for more inclusivity in world economics

AUDREY COURTY Low-income countries need to have a stronger voice in world economics, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu says. Speaking at Griffith University’s pre G20 summit conference today, Mr Davutoğlu said world stability depends … [Read more...]