There's an awful lot our panel got wrong about 2015-16.
Peter Martin If Australia's leading economists were deciding the election they would vote for Labor's cuts to negative gearing.
Natalie James For years we have been finding serious cases of exploitation of trolley collectors, and urging the supermarket chains to do something about it.
Peter Martin Australian top economic forecasters expect living standards to fall in the year ahead as economic growth weakens and the budget deficit blows out.
Lucy Battersby Media and polls will be less useful in predicting the federal election outcome than gambling odds this week, despite betting agencies getting the Brexit result entirely wrong.
Stephen Crafti The inhabitants of a former family home on one of Melbourne's premier boulevards aren't gathered at the kitchen hearth, they're dancing to a different beat.
Tim Biggs The huge twice-a-decade leaps in technology that used to characterise the video game console business are likely a thing of the past.
Carolyn Cummins The limited supply and strong demand for stable income-producing bricks and mortar has underpinned record sales results in the middle markets of the Sydney city and metropolitan ring.
Carolyn Cummins The opening of Mirvac and AMP Capital's 200 George Street, has shown how far buildings have evolved, from being bland concrete blocks to leading edge environmentally-friendly "wellness" centres.
Carolyn Cummins SYDNEY $565 sqm gross.