DWave’s customers read like a run sheet of innovation all-stars. Google, Lockheed-Martin, Harvard and NASA are all companies that now use DWave’s quantum computers.
The IMF lowered its 2014 GDP growth figure in China by 0.3% to 7.8%. That’s still pretty fantastic by most standards. But it might not be enough to prevent the Australian economy from encountering its own little deflationary shock.
The ‘end’ of QE might just be the thing that ensures it remains a part of the financial lexicon for years to come.
Thanks to ‘Drama’, stronger demand, and higher production costs, you could expect oil prices to stay stronger than most commodities.
Australian taxpayers have given Holden a total of $2.17 billion in ‘co-investment’ funds since 2001 but the company still can’t make a profit.
What a quarter that was for the gold bugs. The metal fell 23% in the last three months, which was an all-time record...
China’s economy will have a very hard landing and Australia will feel the brunt of it. We've hitched our iron ore wagon onto the tail of the red dragon.
If you want any chance to build your savings, you've got to take risks. With the market down, now is a great time to build more exposure to stocks.
After all, this is one big confidence game the US Federal Reserve is playing. And lately, maintaining confidence has been a bit of a problem…
The recent market wobbles suggest the energy force is waning. The Secular Bear Market's gravitational pull is set to take the market to its next down phase.