house prices

Christopher Joye

After promising to enact the Royal Commission's recommendations to the letter before the report was even released, and then saying it accepted all the recommendations "in principle" after the report was published (whatever that means), Labor have now rejected outright one of the Royal Commission's most important findings: that mortgage... Show More

Christopher Joye

In the AFR today I outline my views on markets for 2018, including forecasting that Aussie house prices will fall year-on-year for the first time since 2012---after we projected house price increases every year between 2013 and 2017---and that US inflation will surge (in fact, US inflation has already spiked... Show More

Christopher Joye

In the AFR today I review our best and worst calls of 2017 in what has been a fast-paced and intense 12 months (click on that link to read for free or AFR subs can use the direct link here). I also gave an interview to Livewire in the video... Show More

Chad Slater

Brunch and the hashtag "#angryavos" has swept through the Australian press this week after Bernard Salt suggested forgoing $22 brunches was the solution to the millennials housing woes. The response article on the Guardian, pointing out that it would take 175 years of forgone brunch to save a deposit, has... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Aussie market opened up with guns blazing and then gave it all up before making a slight recovery at the last few hours. The global markets are over the macro worries. US Fed does the backflip so much that they are opening their own circus…new show on tonight for the... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Sunset Strip | Aussie market followed the global trend with a slight negative day after seven straight positive days. The weekend left us with US Fed moving from dovish stand to neutral while ECB sounding a bit shallow. There were more thought bubbles from the federal government which only served... Show More