An article published today by The Australian Financial Report reveals the financial plight of the Australian currency, which has been in a bear market since the September 1 crisis and is currently trading around 7.2 per cent below its July 2017 level.

The Australian dollar index, which measures the Australian pound against the US dollar, is currently around 7 per cent above its July 2016 level.

But this is just one of many signs of the global financial system struggling to cope with a $10 trillion debt crisis.

In the last three years, the value of the world’s currencies has fallen by $8 trillion.

Australia is now the worst-performing economy in the world.

Its economy has shrunk by 5 per cent over the last year, its debt has more than doubled to more than $70 billion and its gross domestic product has shrunk 7.7 per cent.

The latest figures for the Australian stock market show the economy has contracted by 7.6 per cent since March, and the unemployment rate has more slowly risen to 10.1 per cent from 10.6.

The IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook says the global economic outlook is grim.

“Global financial markets have become increasingly exposed to risks associated with emerging market shocks, and have responded in increasingly divergent ways,” the report said.

One of the key drivers of the crisis has been the collapse in oil prices. “

This may result in an acceleration of the decline in global growth, which could adversely affect global growth and financial markets.”

One of the key drivers of the crisis has been the collapse in oil prices.

Oil is a major source of income for Australia and the rest of the developed world.

But since the crisis, it has fallen from more than US$115 a barrel in 2014 to around US$20 a barrel now.

That has forced the government to cut funding for the mining sector, which relies heavily on oil revenues.

The mining sector has been hit hard by the decline of oil prices and the impact of the mining tax.

The Government has said it will not cut spending on mining, which is due to be frozen at $1.7 billion a year, and will instead invest in a variety of other industries, including infrastructure.

But many mining companies are looking for ways to survive.

“We have a lot of work to do,” said Tim Pallas, a former senior adviser to former mining minister Steven Ciobo.

“Some of our biggest employers have been hit particularly hard by falling commodity prices.”

The mining industry has been a bit like the Greek economy in that there has been very little change to the structure of the economy in terms of the structure and the composition of the workforce.

“I think there is a lot going on in the mining industry, and it is going to take some time to recover.”

What to do if you think you’re going to lose your job?

It’s worth remembering that if you’re a person of good faith, and you don’t plan to lose any job, you don�t need to go to the police.

But you should consider the advice of your employer and seek legal advice.

If you are worried about losing your job, your best course of action is to talk to your bank and ask them to provide you with information about how you can transfer your money to a bank account in another country, or withdraw cash from an ATM.

You can also go to a credit union, and apply for a personal cheque from your bank account, or apply for an Australian Citizens Credit Union (ACSU) card, which will allow you to withdraw cash.

If you’re concerned about losing a job, talk to an employment lawyer.

They can help you find out what you can do to stay in your job and get your job back.