Wakeup call: US Fed sees six more hikes

Bernard Hickey
Thu, 17 Mar 2022

(Image: Getty)
(Image: Getty)
Bernard Hickey
Thu, 17 Mar 2022
Fresh on BusinessDesk this morningBrent Melville reports on the kickback culture and loyalty schemes in the building materials business, which is estimated to push up costs by 10%.Peter Griffin writes his weekly column about how the Ukraine crisis will accelerate the splintering of the internet.Paul McBeth writes tourist operators expect a slow grind of recovery after the borders open on April 12.Oliver Lewis reports it would cost $320m a year to provide fully free public transport.Ian Llewellyn reports carbon prices rose to $74/tonne...

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