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A well-backed startup has initiated talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a new type of trading venue, dubbed the Long-Term Stock Exchange (LTSE). But could the plan create more problems than it solves?
Even in groups with the lowest levels of climate action concern, a majority is still worried about the issue and want to see action, Dr Deborah Cotton finds.
Housing prices could be expected to continue to increase, though at a slower pace, under proposed changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax, according to modelling by UTS Business School researcher Dr Adrian Lee.
The 2016 Federal Budget took a small step towards reversing inequities in the superannuation system associated with its tax incentives but we remain locked in a flawed system, UTS Business School Professor of Finance Ron Bird says.