Sam Triantafillopoulos outlines Evergrande’s deteriorating situation and the likely consequences of a shift in Chinese lending policy in the real estate sector.
Campbell Rickard discusses the intricacies of domestic energy market, and examines the challenges it faces amid the switch to renewables.
The effects of covid-19 on the automotive market have rendered many Australians frustrated by protracted wait times on new orders, but the implications do not end there. In addition to an aversion for public transport and inflated household savings, shortages for new cars have framed the perfect storm for an unprecedented boom in the used car market.
Charlie revisits the most exciting new asset class of the last year.
Xunliang explores the implications of a tight labour market amid a burgeoning labour force with growing skills.
The written piece of Liam Pattison, who won the Overall Winner Prize for the UNIT Writing Competition held in the second-half of 2021.
The written piece of Thomas Langdon, who won the Runner Up Prize for the UNIT Writing Competition held in the second-half of 2021.
The written piece of Matthew Cho, who won the First-Year Prize for the UNIT Writing Competition held in the second-half of 2021.
Over the past few decades, shareholder activism has become entrenched in the US and Europe and is fast growing globally. In this article, Alyssa Ng explores the rise of shareholder activism and the recent surge in ESG-related campaigns, as illustrated by the recent campaign launched against ExxonMobil by Engine No.1.
We are all attracted to the expansiveness of music, whether in its genre, history or personalities.
While enjoyable to listen to, these artists also provide compelling case studies on business strategy and industry dynamics.
In this interest piece, Victor Yan explores how creativity in music can extend beyond the groovy vibes.
Although not for accessible for many years, superannuation will form the basis of your retirement savings.
In this article, UNIT Research Analysts Tyron Hay and Karl Hemmings explore the various ways to maximise your superannuation balance to ensure you do not leave money on the table.
Shoe flipping shocks the economy as Gen Z make their debut as the new generation investors by trading sneakers. Whilst some make their fortune stocking and reselling shoes, it begs the question whether this investment strategy is sustainable in the long term. In this article, Xunliang and Anton explores the history and future prospects of Sneaker Market.