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Since its inception in 2008, digital currency Bitcoin has attracted critics who argue it’s inherently risky. The latest push to create an exchange traded fund (ETF) in order to make trading it easier, suggests attitudes towards it haven’t changed.
The number of Australians who are 30 days behind in their mortgage payments is at the highest level in three years, according to ratings agency Moody’s. It projects this will keep rising.
A number of economic indicators still show there’s cause for concern in the property market, writes Associate Professor Harry Scheule.
Senior Lecturer in Finance Marco Navone explores automated investing in the Business Briefing podcast with Jenni Henderson of The Conversation.