The biggest surprise of this week’s economic news was that it was not a collapse of house prices or a collapse in the labour market.
Rather, it was a collapse that is occurring because the housing market is no longer producing enough units.
The Bureau of Statistics said on Friday that the number of new house sales dropped in October from a year earlier.
The bureau’s data suggests that there were about 1.1 million new dwellings built in October.
The fall in the number was about 7 per cent on the year.
That was also the lowest since April.
The last time the number fell was in April 2016, which is why the fall was bigger than the average fall since the beginning of the year, according to the BIS.
This is partly because the number has fallen sharply in the last two years, when house prices were still high.
It also reflects the fact that the housing supply is at the lowest level since the end of World War II.
This may be partly why the decline is not as big as the fall in house prices during the peak of the global financial crisis, when there was more demand for housing than supply.
But the fact remains that the supply of housing is no more than a fifth of the demand for it.
That is a small percentage of what is needed to sustain the country’s economy.
But even if you can spare a few thousand dollars a year, it is still very difficult to build a home.
The housing market has become a major drag on the economy.
As of last year, the amount of income earned by households had been falling at a rate of almost one per cent a year for the last six years, according the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
That means the household income of households was falling at about one per head of the population.
That means that, at current rates of income growth, the number per head will be below the number for all the years from 2000 to 2030.
But that number will not reach zero.
And it is a drop in the bucket compared to what is required to sustain a stable economy.
This will only get worse if the world economy slows down and falls into recession.
The OECD estimates that the cost of a single-family home will double between now and 2030, from $7,000 to $10,000, according an analysis by the think tank Demos.
The cost of housing in Australia has also risen.
The average house price in Australia, at $2.6 million, is three times the cost in New Zealand and three times that in the United States.
Australia is already well above the OECD average of $1.2 million for a single house.
And even the most optimistic estimates for the number required to support a stable housing market in Australia suggest the number will reach $6 billion by 2030, the OECD said.
And that is assuming the country stays in recession.
If the world does not get out of recession and falls back into the boom mode, the demand will not grow enough to sustain households.
This means the demand is going to increase.
That will cause more house prices to rise.
This also means that the labour supply is going too.
It is a problem because there is a mismatch between the supply and demand.
The supply of workers will not be growing because there will be fewer jobs available, as there is less demand for labour.
The number of people working in Australia will also decline because there are more people coming to the country.
That, in turn, will lead to more unemployment.
That should not be happening.
What is more, the supply will not keep up with the demand.
This makes it hard for households to keep up.
And, as more people are working, there will also be more people who have no job and can no longer work.
The BIS says that if you have an income of $50,000 and a salary of $150,000 for a family of three, your income will be $3,400 a year in 2030.
This equates to $3.50 per hour.
If your income is $60,000 but your salary is $150.000, your salary will be just $2,100 a year.
In other words, if you are a middle-class Australian, your household income is about $20,000.
That does not sound like much.
But it is almost double what the OECD recommends.
That makes the ratio between household income and household income in Australia look like this: $60 $50 $150 $80 Household income: $20 $60 50 $60 Household income, in dollars: $40 $40 60 $60 A household with a salary is worth $1 million.
But a household with an income under $100,000 would need to earn $15 million a year just to cover its basic expenses, including housing, food, and other living expenses.
The same household with two