Neville Hurst, Snr Lecturer in Property at RMIT - Talking Business 2016, Ep.26

plus economist Stephen Koukoulas

RMIT property senior lecturer Neville Hurst talks about how real estate agents aren’t benefitting from solar as a selling points

Interview with economist Stephen Koukoulas

Leon and Garry talk about issues including:

· Donald Trump threatening to pull the US out of the WTO

· The Treasurer Scott Morrison says the government won’t back down on its contentious changes to superannuation

· Woolworths will incur restructuring costs of more than $4 billion in 2016 - wiping out operating profits - after booking another $1 billion in write-offs and provisions and implementing a new operating model which will lead to the loss of another 500 jobs, the closure of more than 30 stores and asset sales

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property, agents, solar, CPI, interest, RBA, Trump, WTO, Morrison, super, Woolworths, Aldi