Markets

Oliver's Insights

The Australian dollar’s recent slide is not part of a longer-term decline but the result of normal volatility, guilt by ass...

31 Mar 2006 | Shane Oliver

Flightless Dollars

The Australian and New Zealand dollars have both fallen against the greenback since the start of the year, and HSBC chief eco...

27 Mar 2006 | John Edwards

Oliver's Insights

Fears that the Australian sharemarket is in a bubble are unfounded, says Shane Oliver, the AMP’s chief economist. However, ...

3 Mar 2006 | Shane Oliver

Good Times Keep Rolling

CommSec chief economist Craig James says the rise in the current account deficit will not affect stocks, while bumper returns...

1 Mar 2006 | Craig James

Housing Takes a Break

Don’t be fooled on house prices. Some markets might show promise, but Australian housing is way overvalued and will take ye...

27 Feb 2006 | Shane Oliver

2006 Winners and Losers

The economy has reached a point that has previously triggered a recession, but this time round most of the usual threats have...

17 Feb 2006 | Saul Eslake

Oliver's Insights

The recent falloff in commodities is only short term and will pass, says Shane Oliver. Underlying demand and constrained supp...

13 Feb 2006 | Shane Oliver

The Rates Conundrum

Why are interest rates staying low? The new chairman of the US Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke believes it's due to a "savings g...

10 Feb 2006 | Chris Dialynas

Oliver's Insights

Buckle up for a bumpier ride on the sharemarket, says Shane Oliver. Volatility has already begun increasing and will become m...

3 Feb 2006 | Shane Oliver

Oliver's Insights

AMP chief economist Shane Oliver says subdued inflation, and a soft housing market give the Reserve Bank no reason to lift in...

30 Jan 2006 | Shane Oliver

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