"We should know how this property movie ends," AFR 1/4/18.

 

"Bitcoin, the property market and Trump: the fact and fiction behind doomsaying in 2018," The Conversation 1/12/18.

 

"Welcome to cash-free Australia," AFR 1/15//18.

 

"Vital Signs: jobs may be increasing but the real test is whether we get a pay rise this year," The Conversation 1/19/18.

 

"Why the I.R.S. Fears Bitcoin," New York Times 1/22/18.

 

"Vital Signs: what the Davos meeting is good for," The Conversation 1/26/18.

 

"Cut corporate tax to cut inequality," AFR 1/29/18.

 

"Vital Signs: weak inflation means interest rates aren’t rising anytime soon," The Conversation 2/2/18.

 

"Vital Signs: future expectations causing sharemarket gyrations and interest rate doubts," The Conversation 2/9/18.

 

"Vital Signs: The one thing holding back an RBA rate cut," The Conversation 3/9/18.

 

"Vital Signs: Construction yet to slow down with a cooling housing market," The Conversation 3/16/18.

 

"Vital Signs: Australia’s stubborn growth problems are moving at a geologic pace," The Conversation 4/6/18.

 

"Can Australia avoid Europe's populist fate?" Business Think 4/9/18.

 

"Vital Signs: the world economy can benefit from a vindicated Trump," The Conversation 4/13/18.

 

"Vital Signs: the calm before the storm in US-China trade," The Conversation 4/20/18.

 

"Vital Signs: Interest only loans are an economic debacle that could bust the property market," The Conversation 4/27/18.

 

"Vital Signs: fallout from banking crackdown could be worse than interest rate rises," The Conversation 5/3/18.

 

"Obsession with short-term buries the bad – and even the good," AFR 5/3/18.

 

"Morrison’s budget tax plan is another missed opportunity," The Conversation 5/8/18.

 

"Government timing tricks hide the real budget story," The Conversation 5/9/18.

 

"Vital Signs: how inflation in China and the US could affect Australia," The Conversation 5/11/18.

 

"QuItaly is now a real possibility with new Italian Coalition government," AFR 5/22/18.

 

"Vital Signs: Italy is broke, and the markets have lost all faith in its elected politicians," The Conversation 6/1/18.

 

"Vital Signs: poor wage growth means interest rates could be low for a long time," The Conversation 6/15/18.

 

Richard Holden