10 November, 2015
Winners and losers from changing media consumptionAs people change how they consume media, the traditional media model is under threat. As always there are winners and losers. Manuel Greenland looks at the drivers of change and why out of home advertising is enjoying a surge in popularity.
20 October, 2015
Infrastructure spending set to bolster global growthSpending on infrastructure looks set to increase as governments seek to stimulate growth and improve productivity. Funding lines look plentiful but policy risk remains a key challenge to overcome. Zoie Regan talks about the infrastructure investment landscape.
13 October, 2015
Global corporate tax avoidance crackdown on the wayPublic backlash in recent years over large multinationals like Apple and Amazon not paying their fair share of corporate tax is behind moves at the recent G20 meeting to clamp down on this behaviour. Roger Garrett outlines the likely impact of the changes.
29 September, 2015
Short-term pain in Aussie for long-term gain?The Australian share market continues to have its challenges in the face of weak commodity prices and slowing Chinese growth. An increasingly short-term focus by investors is providing buying opportunities and Manuel Greenland talks about how this is playing out.
22 September, 2015
Australian housing market showing signs of cooling off. Are there lessons for NZ?A new report from the Reserve Bank of Australia identifies population growth and housing construction activity as the key drivers of recent housing price growth as opposed to low interest rates. Frank Jasper considers the parallels to New Zealand's housing market and whether we should be concerned about a cooling off of prices.
15 September, 2015
To hike or not to hike; that is the questionAll eyes are on the US Federal Reserve this week as they meet to debate raising the overnight cash rate. David McLeish backgrounds the issue and shares his opinion on what the US Fed is likely to do.
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