Donald Trump 2018: A Week in Review

One week into 2018 and Donald Trump has been a very busy man in the Twittersphere. Foreign policy analysts have been dismayed by President Trump’s tweets regarding both Pakistan and North Korea. On the first day of 2018, Donald Trump accused Pakistan of “lies & deceit” in his tweet, and suggested the US would withdraw

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Tesla – Accumulating Backlog or Broadcasting Advertisement

Tesla is an American automaker, energy storage company and solar panel manufacturer based in Palo Alto, California. The company specialises in electric cars, lithium ion battery energy storage and residential photovoltaic panels. Tesla is named after Nikola Tesla, the scientist who invested AC electricity, which is currently used around the world today. The founder and

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This boom could be 1.5 times as large as the mining boom

Australia is currently undergoing a massive infrastructure boom, with over $100bn expected to be spent throughout FY18 alone. This massive government expenditure will have flow on effects through to wages, jobs, and construction companies. The infrastructure boom is an unprecedented amount of government funding being allocated to public infrastructure and assets such as rail, road

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A Glimpse through the Kaleidoscope

It is theorised a butterfly flapping its wings in a distant rainforest can cause a tornado on the other side of the globe. In a similar sense it can be seen that the global flow on of macroeconomic and geopolitical events naturally have a large impact on the Australian economy. As global markets correct after

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