We won't know the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus until we answer these questions, writes independent economist Stephen Koukoulas.
If the Reserve Bank didn't see fit to cut interest rates in such circumstances, it'll take an economic disaster before it moves, writes Stephen Koukoulas.
The impact of Australia's bushfires won't be anything like the GFC to the Australian economy, writes independent economist Stephen Koukoulas.
To say low interest rates don’t work is like saying water poured on the bushfires didn’t work, writes independent economist Stephen Koukoulas.
The unprecedented catastrophe of the fires risk derailing the economic pick-up for months, writes independent economist Stephen Koukoulas.
From GDP to stocks, inflation, house prices, the jobs market and the Aussie dollar, here's what 2020 holds for our economy and markets.
The Federal Treasurer has a huge budget and economic problem – and it's all of his own making, writes independent economist Stephen Koukoulas.
The RBA has made some bad calls over the last few years, and the economy is worse off for it, writes independent economist Stephen Koukoulas.
Lack of solid economic growth has led to slack in the labour market – and the government has its head in the clouds, writes Stephen Koukoulas.
Animals are an important part of society and a vital part of the economy. Economist Stephen Koukoulas breaks down the recent ABS livestock figures.
If Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is fair dinkum about wanting to preside over a strong economy, how about getting a bit of extra cash into the economy?
Will house prices fall 40-45 per cent in the next three years? Stephen Koukoulas wouldn't bet his money on that happening.
Stephen Koukoulas writes that the government has the perfect opportunity to promote economic growth, but isn't taking it.