Talking Business#10 Interview with Ian Neil SC
Soaring food and fuel prices are starting to rattle governments around the world, showing the widespread political consequences of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
Over 1,000 major investors believe a worldwide recession is just around the corner, a definitive survey says.
The world’s richest man Elon Musk is appointed as a director of Twitter, sparking speculation Musk could change the way Twitter polices its platform as well as who it banishes.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the official cash rate on hold near zero, but the RBA has abandoned its language of patience and signalled it could begin raising its record low 0.1% rate in June if upcoming data show accelerating inflation and wages growth.
Reports that South Africa’s Woolworths is looking to sell David Jones. Woolies bought David Jones in 2014 for $2.1bn. It’s been a disaster. It won’t get anything close to what it paid for DJ.
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