Economics Professor On Today's Share Market Sell-off
Justin Woolfers is a professor of economics and public policy at the University of Michigan. He explained why the share market has plummeted.
Did the Market Crash Today and What Does It Mean for You?
Global markets have tumbled with the Dow Jones plummeting more than 1000 points - the biggest fall in a single day. Is this just part of the cycle? JP Morgan managing director Justin Steed explains what it all means.
Holocaust Survivors Reveal How They Rebuilt Their Lives in Australia
In her latest book We Are Here, journalist Fiona Harari details how some of the Holocaust survivors rebuilt their lives on the other side of the world. Monique Shafter spoke to two of them.
Could a Crackdown on Interest-only Loans Trigger Housing Meltdown?
The banking regulator, APRA, has forced the banks to reduce the number and value of interest-only loans. But one economist is warning that could trigger a housing meltdown similar to the one experienced in the US.
Is Assange About To Leave Ecuadorian Embassy?
After six years holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, British Courts are in the final moments of ruling whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be able to leave. We spoke to one of his lawyers, Jennifer Robinson.