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Explainer: fuel hedging and its impact on airlines and airfares

Qantas and Virgin Australia are under increasing pressure to abolish fuel surcharges and lower their fares

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Sorry Joe, consumer spending will disappoint Santa this ChristmasTreasurer Joe Hockey called on shoppers this week to "not let Santa down"

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Australia needs more than dense housing argumentsHave we finally found the Holy Grail for affordable housing?

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Murray pinpoints inconsistency on financial advice and super trusteesDavid Murray, has brought some consistency into two hot debates running in finance.

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The unhealthy underside of the wellbeing agendaWhen people no longer believe in political transformation, an appealing alternative is individual transformation.

ECB is about to implement the wrong type of quantitative easing
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The super rich and tax: lifters or leaners?A recent report from think tank Per Capita highlighted increasing concern over inequality in Australia's taxation system

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Workplace reform discussion could leave big questions hangingThe bigger issues likely to be left unanswered are what we want as future jobs

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The true state of Queensland debtHow much debt is Queensland really in?

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Returning to work after childbirth: still a case of 'managing it all'The return by women to paid work after maternity or parental leave plays a crucial role in driving our workforce and...

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