Oil that was cheap to extract (say $20 barrel) was the true gift that keeps on giving.
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Oil and other commodity prices have recently been dropping. Is this good news, or bad?
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One might have expected Aussie investors in our major LNG players to have The predominance of analyst and expert opinion on the future of LNG seems to be negative, to say the least. for the exit doors.
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Low wages growth, rising unemployment and shaky consumer confidence suggest property-price growth, already slowing, will decline in 2015. Lower house prices would weigh on dwelling investment and consumption.
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