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Economy Finance

Businesses Lenders Taking Homes

People are losing their homes and getting into significant debt from small business lenders.

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Finance

Bank Shares Plunge

Bank shares plunge.

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Finance

Banks Policing Morals

Why are our banks acting as morality police and corporate virtue signalling?

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Finance

Westpac Accused Of Money Laundering

Westpac has been accused of money laundering. Yep, we really need that cash ban.

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Economy Finance

Banks Prepare for Negative Rates

Banks are beginning to prepare for negative interest rates by exploring the implications on their IT infrastructure.

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Economy Finance Recession

Banks Selling Debt

Banks are changing the way they are selling debt to collection agencies.

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Economy Finance

Mortgage Arrears Soar

Arrear rates are at the highest level they have been in a decade, with WA taking the lead.

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Cash Ban Finance

Reducing the Cash ban to $2000

#CashBan #Treasury #HeiseSays The multinational firm KPMG has called for the cash payment limit to be reduced to $2000. Let’s look at their submission to treasure and remind ourselves why this is an attack on our liberties. References Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill 2019 https://www.treasury.gov.au/consultation/c2019-t395788 More Treasury Cash Ban Tricks – KPMG […]

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Economy Finance

Warnings for the Australian Economy

#Economy #Australia #HeiseSays Successful investor Dr El-Erian has some concerns about the future for the Australian Economy. References When Mohamed El-Erian speaks, Wall Street listens — and he says a crash is coming https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-11-13/crash-is-coming-says-influential-investor-mohamed-el-erian/11700696?section=business

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Economy Finance

Plans to Crash the Australian Dollar

#Finances #AUD #HeiseSays The argument is being made that the RBA hoping a fall in the Australian Dollar will increase employment and wages, I am concerned that increases in the cost of living will have a greater impact on average Australians. References Will a lower dollar bail out the economy, raise wages and lower unemployment? […]