Most of the experts involved in corporate insolvencies warn Australia will tip into a recession in the next 12 months.
- by Sarah Danckert
Australia has recorded its largest fall in productivity on record amid recession fears.
Whatever decision the Reserve Bank board makes about rates tomorrow – at governor Philip Lowe’s second-last meeting – the stronger case is for no increase.
- by Ross Gittins
Don’t wait to be told we’re officially in recession. Start acting now to ensure you come out the other side of what could be a prolonged downturn.
- by Michael Fingland
Younger Australians have never had to tussle with a recession, so it’s important to understand what it might mean for your money.
- by Wijith Wijeyasiri
The chief investment officer of Australia’s largest super fund says the biggest risk is that a recession will not materialise.
- by Millie Muroi
Peter Dutton is trying to convince voters that the PM is preoccupied by the Voice, not the economy. If he succeeds, the government is in real trouble.
- by Sean Kelly
There are at least five policy challenges that will deepen the chill this winter, and voters will be looking to the government for solutions.
- by David Crowe
The first half of this calendar year has been an unpleasant time for retailers. But the next six months is looking even worse.
- by Elizabeth Knight
Big banks have downgraded their growth forecasts as households rein in spending to keep up with rising interest rates, but the treasurer says a strong jobs market leaves the country well-placed “to face the challenges ahead”.
- by Rachel Clun
Economists are increasingly worried we are on the verge of a recession. Millions of Australians were not even alive during the 1990s recession, the one we “had to have”.
- by Rachel Clun