London's days as a financial powerhouse are coming to an end
No matter which way Scotland votes on independence, London's decline as a global financial centre is all but guaranteed. And that's good news for Australia.
The RBA's dollar dreams might come true
The RBA's jawboning failed to move the stubbornly high dollar, but conditions in the US appear to be having a bigger impact.
Waiting for the wealth shock to wear off
The end to growth of household assets ahead of wages has left Australians traumatised. How long will it take to recover from that jolt?
The Fed's tentative steps towards a rate rise
As concerns linger over the US labour market and wage growth, the Federal Reserve remains cagey about the timing of raising rates.
What's next after Lew's Premier performance?
Premier Retail's stellar performance has led to plenty of speculation about its growth ambitions. Myer could be a plum acquisition, but there are plenty of other options.
Banking's double disruption
Digital wallets and P2P lending will do more than simply reduce banks' margins -- they'll completely break up the business of banking as we know it.
The telcos' grand iPhone 6 designs
Despite the diminishing effects of successive iPhone launches on dynamics between Telstra, Optus and Vodafone, the iPhone 6 is a big deal.
On the IS debate, Labor is missing in action
The absence of parliamentary debate about Australia's involvement in the IS intervention means that unqualified assertions made by Tony Abbott and the Greens are going unchallenged.
Will China's dirty coal ban hurt Australian miners?
Some media are suggesting that a move by China to ban the use of dirtier forms of coal will hurt Australian coal exports – but the opposite could be true.
Houses could be overvalued for a very long time
Expensive property is not necessarily a bad thing, and the current housing shortage, combined with strong demand, is simply the market at work.