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15 Apr 2015 (TheAge) - Enough apartments for decade of demand - Develop strategies to ride out Melbourne apartment glut: DTZ

(15 April 2015, The Age, BusinessDay, p30, Simon Johanson)

‘There are enough apartments in planning or under development in Melbourne to meet underlying population demand for the next decade, agents DTZ estimate. 45 more words

1.Market Observations

The end of the oil glut

In my last post, I talked about how America had depressed oil prices by increasing its supply. Recall this graph which shows that the supply glut is primarily caused by increased American supply (the top pink line is America): 412 more words

Economics

Why oil prices came down, and won't anymore

This article was republished by the Significance, the official magazine of the American Statistical Association and Royal Statistical Society (UK).

You have probably heard that the price of crude oil has tumbled from $115 per barrel (159 litres, an archaic but established unit of measurement) in June 2014 to $54 in March 2015. 1,040 more words

Economics

Kindergarten Trial

A while back I had a trial day for a position as a teacher at a local Polish-English kindergarten.

It went bad!

I think it was the teacher’s announcement of, ‘Toilet time!’ when it sunk in that this job was going to be more than just naming colours, finger-painting and making macaroni necklaces. 284 more words

The Story part I

I am struggling and I do not say that lightly. I feel as though I am drowning in the tremendous amount of grief that I feel surrounding the death of my son. 1,388 more words

Computer Graphics Basics

Below are coursework demos which I completed at university. The purpose of the courseworks was to learn fundamentals of Graphics, Animation and Visualization for this reason all transform, lighting and rendering calculations were explicitly programmed using OpenGL and GLUT only for drawing pixels. 87 more words

American Crude Oil Surplus Highest In 80 Years

US Running Out Of Room To Store Oil; Price Collapse Next?

” The U.S. has so much crude that it is running out of places to put it, and that could drive oil and gasoline prices even lower in the coming months.

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Economy