Budget

Victorian Budget: a good mix of short, medium and even longer-term fiscal stimulus measures

The Budget suggests the Victorian economy will be severely hit this financial year due to impacts associated with the coronavirus lockdowns.

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Victorian Budget: investing further in lifting the economy out of recession

The 2020-21 Victorian Budget sees the government investing further in lifting the economy out of recession.

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NSW Budget: strong focus on job creation and the prospect of some major tax reform

There are some sobering figures here, but there is also much to be positive about.

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Dr Brendan Rynne, KPMG Chief Economist, responds to the Treasurer’s statement

The figures may err slightly on the pessimistic side – while everything depends on the health outcomes, the Australian economy does have a natural resilience, which we saw with 330,000 jobs being created between the low of early April and the end of the June quarter.

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Australian economy pick-up follows in global slipstream

KPMG Economics in its final Quarterly Economic Outlook of the year has revised its forecasts for the global economy to 3.5 percent growth for 2017 and rising to 3.7 percent in 2018.

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Social media will be a definite winner for #auspol @AboutTheHouse on #Budget2016 night

Tonight, at approximately 7.30 pm the Treasurer will begin his second reading speech with #Budget2016. Traditionally it is broadcast live by national television and radio and watched by individuals, families,…

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Sydney tragedy overshadows bleak budget figures

On Monday at 12.30 the Treasurer was supposed to be releasing his statement on the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO). In the end it was delayed by 90 minutes as…

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