It’s been a big week here. Let’s look past my Academic commitments which include: drafting 3 essays; 1 report; performing 2 Excel analyses; and a PowerPoint presentation and report for the Federation Business School Board. Let’s instead look outside this bubble for a weekly snapshot, a new post I’m going to put up that looks at the big events in Ballarat, Australia and Internationally.
It’s certainly been a big week:
- The RBA dropped the cash rate to an historically low 2% and explained it in a statement here;
- I understood this entire Christopher Joye article;
- David Cameron and the Tories have been returned to the leadership;
- The US released the April job data and added 223000 jobs showing sustained growth; and
- I attended the Federation Business School Awards Night as a recipient of the 2nd Year Economics Prize.
There’s even more to come next week though:
- Joe Hockey will release the Federal Budget – #NerdingOut! it has a countdown ticker;
- Christopher Joye will no doubt write more words to feed my brain;
- The Federation University Leadership Conference planning takes off. You can view more details about the conference as well as sign up to attend or contribute by heading to their Facebook page; and
- I borrow a bike from a friend and hope my clumsy streak is well behind me.
How has your week been?