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Sydney house prices: The real reason property prices keep rising
Estimated weekly costs for a “quality” cleaning and gardening service are about $270 for a $2 million to $3 million property, according to Wakelin – just over $14,000 a year. That would cover two to three hours a week for a cleaner at $50 an hour and two hours a week for a gardener at $60 per hour.
Australia house prices: Retirees cash in on the property boom
Affordability will put a cap on growth over time, but prices will have to rise a lot more for that to happen
Regional housing boom to run two years more
for living in, not for speculation
residential sales have more than doubled
hedge against global inflation
China’s home market ‘out of control’ as prices climb further
more suitable accommodation
Almost 400 guests moved out of Sydney quarantine hotel
Budget 2021: Boomers enticed to spend their home equity
wages growth and inflation are expected to remain weak.
Most immediately, the economy will likely experience a stimulus-fuelled mini-boom
Budget 2021: A fiscal revolution in a zero interest rate world
Sydney prices jumped by 2.4 per cent in April, down from 3.7 per cent in March, while Melbourne prices climbed 1.3 per cent and Brisbane prices advanced 1.7 per cent. Both cities were up 2.4 per cent a month earlier.
High house prices not our problem: RBA
In Sydney prices have risen by 10.7 per cent since September and are now 7.4 per cent above their previous peak in April 2020.
ut they must access it all by the end of June.
RBA pouring fuel on the property boom
Since bottoming out in September last year, Sydney prices have risen by 10.7 per cent and are now 7.4 per cent above their previous peak in April 2020.
investor credit growth remains subdued
It will consider at its July meeting whether to extend its government bond purchases.
insisting record low interest rates will remain in place for another three years to drive up wages growth.
RBA holds rates in May, lifts key economic forecasts
The federal government is likely to intervene to boost an apartment sector
Commonwealth ‘will have to respond’ to boost apartments
uesday, Wednesday and Thursday
the hybrid model is gaining traction
Citigroup has already advised staff that they will only be expected in the office three days a week
only 19 per cent of respondents wanted to work remotely all the time
hey generated $138 billion, or 7 per cent of the national economy
only 35 per cent of Melbourne’s towers were occupied in March, only 50 per cent in Sydney, and even in Perth and Adelaide, almost 30 per cent of the space remained unoccupied
property giant Mirvac
full, return to the office
90 per cent of Amazon’s office staff are working remotely.
CBDs are battling for survival
We are predicting very material rises in skilled migration over the next five years
Why Australian property prices are very affordable
stunned their landlords by proposing massive rent reductions
Discount pharmacies seek rent relief despite virus boost
yield-sensitive tech stocks are still vulnerable to falls
Bitcoin price at record high as investors eye Fed’s FOMC meeting
especially investment properties
nationwide home prices could rise 20 per cent over the next two years
“I don’t think big bank debt is a driver of house prices,” Mr King said. “If I look at what’s happening in housing debt, there is growth, but it’s not like it’s investor or interest-only led, which [it was] the last time we saw big house prices.
Westpac chief executive Peter King said he did not think record low interest rates and growing household debt were contributing to house price growth. Instead, he blamed an imbalance in supply and demand.
when do investors really come in, in a large way
2.8 per cent in March alone
signalled borrowers’ incomes will be a key indicator for taking future action
Sydney property prices: Wages key to property crackdown
I’m willing to pay a premium because it’s my home, where I spend most of my time
office dwellers demanded equal features in their homes.
hold its value over time
location and quality of building
health and wellness features
COVID has done, it’s accelerated this trend
enormous shift towards higher-quality living environments
enhance my health and well-being
Back to basics as developers sell clean air and sunshine as perks
he pace of price rises is also making owners wary to sell, out of concern they may not be able to buy back in
Rising prices are also prompting interest in off-the-plan sales, especially those that benefit from state and government incentives such as HomeBuilder that end this month.
Most people – especially in the last six weeks – have made more out of their house than they would out of their day job
of 87.5 per c
Toorak mansion fetches $20m as market picks up
orecasting bond yields will rise further, in the US at least.
banks and energy
Investors wary as US-China tensions rise
China US dispute: Leave Australia out of this, says China
the central bank is not overly worried about consumer price inflation getting out of control, despite the latest run-up in commodity prices
puts the US central bank at odds with market economists
over-estimated the natural rate of unemployment
Why central banks have changed their thinking about inflation
extra supply leads to extra demand
where Australians do not fill these jobs
shake up short-term visas to make sure they were meeting business needs.
Morrison government has resisted such calls saying the almost 40,000 Australians looking to come home should be given priority
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet last week called for a portion of inbound arrivals to be made available to students to keep the university sector and other businesses that rely on them sustainable for one more year.
jurisdictions such as NSW and the ACT pushing for their return
net migration will be in a deficit of 72,000 and a deficit of 22,000 people in 2021-22
Population growth will be the missing piece of Australia’s economic recovery out of the coronavirus pandemic
Immigration the missing piece of the COVID economic recovery
Three health workers in Norway who had recently received the vaccine were being treated in hospital for bleeding, blood clots and a low count of blood platelets, Norwegian health authorities said on Saturday.
The Netherlands on Sunday joined a fast-growing list of countries suspending use of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine after reports of unexpected possible side effects from the injection.
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The most exposed are property owners in inner-city Sydney and Parramatta, areas dominated by high-rise apartments.
Negative equity persists despite record price increases
Christian Porter appoints Bret Walker SC as part of top tier legal team for ABC action
the need for recapitalisation of the central bank.
, particularly shares and property.
artificially lowering the bond yield or risk-free rate
Like its central banking peers overseas, its intervention is virtually unlimited and continuing.
it smoothed the volatility of the Australian dollar and made more than $5 billion in profits,
cash is not being removed from the financial system by sales of bonds to the private sector as would traditionally have occurred.
lower cash rates have done nothing to turn on the business animal spirits
Investment is the long-term key to higher productivity and growth in real wages;
Unlike fiscal policy, which will progressively revert towards more normal settings, the RBA intends to keep its cash rate policy unchanged.
e case until at least 2024.
by 3 to 4 per cent,
growing by 1.5 per cent and h
et range of 2 to 3 per cent.
r AAA credit rating,
order of 10 per cent of GDP in 2020-21
The RBA’s bond splurge has a big sting
It comes as data earlier this month revealed job advertisements have hit their highest levels since October 2018.
telecommunications, manufacturing and transport, postal and warehousing were most optimistic about recruitment rebounding this year.
Why the jobs market is about to heat up
hey will also seek to co-operate on breaking China’s stranglehold on rare earths as well as provide an alternative to Chinese telco equipment suppliers like Huawei by establishing a separate working group on critical and emerging technology.
Historic Quad summit to turbocharge vaccine rollout
At some stage insurers are going to be good value. No one benefits from a rising yield curve more than the insurers - they benefit more than the banks.”
How to position for the global recovery
US payments giant PayPal will make its new “pay in four” instalment option available to its 9 million Australian customers in early June,
PayPal to tackle Afterpay amid share rout
We are not at this point, but we are watching carefully.
tightening lending criteria to cap exuberance
elevated house prices and stagnant wages were not a healthy combination
Wages growth too slow for rates to rise: RBA
China produces more than 60 per cent of global steel
but it isn’t as simple as saying Australian companies should just diversify
We haven’t seen any change in our relationship with our customers.
demand for iron ore remains strong,
China’s demand is strong but diplomacy is needed: Gaines
Historically, investor loan arrears had been lower than owner-occupier loans as investors typically tended to be higher earners, with more resources behind them and has historically relied on more in interest-only loans, reducing the value of their regular repayments, Ms Kitson said.
Prices are rising, creating greater equity for many and this will reduce the losses felt by borrowers in the case of default.
2.5 per cent,
S&P Global Ratings says up to 15pc of frozen home loans to tip into arrears
domestic political dividends outweigh diplomacy
Answer Xi’s authoritarianism with Australia’s liberalism
insurers ceasing to provide cover
not least because the portfolio was heavily concentrated
innovation was to realise that these debts could be packaged into investment funds — much as the big investment banks turned subprime mortgages into securities before the 2008 financial crisis.
whereby suppliers sell at a discount the debts their customers owe them to a financier who collects the full amount in due course.
n supply chain financing the face of the balance sheet conveys little about the nature of the risks being run.
In banking that rate of expansion tends to point to excessive risk-taking and a poor-quality loan book
no systemic threat or need for a central bank bailout
supply chain finance
a sizeable shadow bank
Greensill implosion exposes risks of shadow banking
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1.2 million tonnes
lithium price has bottomed.
lithium price down to about half of what it was two years ago.
China’s Tianqi Lithium Corporation
IGO’s $2b lithium play is a bet on the Tesla boom
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get a second wind
News Corp CEO Robert Thomson says Google deal will give news media a second wind
3.2 per cent of GDP
China forecast a 3 per cent increase
2.3 per cent growth last year
a 6 per cent gross domestic product growth target.
Beijing sets 6pc growth target in market surprise
expressed optimism for US jobs
economic growth and faster inflation
Powell says ‘disorderly’ market conditions would concern him
awash with $240 billion
just 1.1 per cent below its pre-pandemic level and some economists
The biggest risk to the Australian economy is wasting the recovery
Xero stickier for its customers
but the bottom line is that if Planday is profitable, it’s only just in the black.
Xero buys Planday: Accounting software firms biggest ever deal creates four growth options
Calling on Democracies to strengthen themselves at home as a necessary first step to confront such a challenge, the Biden administration said it was placing additional weight on alliances, treaties and institutions at the heart of the international order.
Biden puts Australia and allies at centre of China strategy
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Myer interim profit bolstered by JobKeeper, rent waivers
including rooftop solar, batteries and hydrogen.
Only 0.6 per cent of new car sales in 2019 were EVs
alia in the absence of the sort of incentives from governments that
Business fleets make up close to half of all new vehicles sales
Origin to tap into ‘tipping point’ for EVs
construction group CIMIC
David Cameron is also a senior adviser.
SoftBank Group in 2019
packaging them into short-dated bonds that are then sold to investors such as banks and pension funds.
Greensill makes money by acquiring invoices from the suppliers of its customers for a fee
Australian insolvency laws passed in 2017 that allow directors to try to restructure companies while potentially trading insolvent without being liable for civil or criminal penalties.
Credit Suisse Asset Management
Greensill Capital enters safe harbour in Australia
The US is a safe haven and has a much deeper and more liquid fixed income market.
disconnect suggests the market does not fully believe the RBA’s “lower for longer” story.
market is pricing in rate rises in the 12-24 months before 2024.
A brief or temporary jump in inflation back above 2 per cent will not trigger a rate rise, according to the RBA’s guidance.
keep a lid on the Australian dollar
bank is prepared to make further adjustments to its purchases in response to market conditions
bring forward” of its initial $100 billion, six-month program.
would not be pushed into perpetually increasing the size of quantitative easing (QE),
Lowe gives first signal more QE is coming
it has made merchants fund the customer’s access to the short-term credit used to drive retail sales.
New buy now, pay later code puts huge investor value under question
$3.5 billion to $4 billion in sales by 2020
$1.21 billion i
more than $1 billion in 2020 a
fallen well short of initial market forecasts
Amazon Australia sales exceed $1b
PMI came in
weaker Chinese manufacturing data weighing on demand sentiment.
quantitative easing programmes
he Reserve Bank of Australia is unlikely to change the cash rate when it meets toda
ASX to rise as RBA convenes
Rate hikes a ‘disaster’ for markets, says Hamish Douglass
One problem the Reserve Bank has tried to manage is to not overwhelm the bond market or be seen to provide direct government financing.
forcing down yields relative to Australia.
five and 10 years.
This was to make businesses, banks and households comfortable to borrow money cheaply for three years.
test of the resolve of central banks to maintain low rates and the confidence of the equity market
Sharply higher rates, however, suggest the market thinks that keeping short-term rates low will only amplify inflationary effects in the future.
insurance companies, make more money when rates are high
Counter-intuitively, bond rates have the biggest influence on high-growth technology stocks
An increase in supply as governments raise more money can put upward pressure on yields.
achieve full employment and inflation below a certain level.
n major bond markets, the rate for that year is the market’s best estimate as to the average future central bank cash rate setting at that time – or the term path of interest rates.
The longer the maturity, the more sensitive the bond price is to moves in yields.
when the yield goes up, the price goes down
Typically, the longer the maturity is, the higher the yield
Governments that borrow money in their own currency (like the United States, Australia and Japan) are considered risk free in that they can never really default.
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Treasurer able to go back and reject proposals that have already been approved
hile the national security test has caus
peaked at $16 billion in 2016.
fell by 61 per cent last year
Chinese investment plunges to $1b in 2020
significant fiscal and financial policy actions and avoid withdrawing support too early
Debt cost spike presents a few challenges for RBA
Why the ASX is a rich target for short-selling
challenging to find extra storage tanks
China’s oil reserves are close to reaching storage capacity
Buffett has underperformed the index for at least a decade.
Interest in Warren Buffett’s thoughts as strong as ever
Its purchases cause reserves to increase, bringing banks closer to the point where the leverage ratio requirement binds and forces them to curtail lending.
$US120 billion a month
no more than about $US120 billion in cash
The Fed may need to head off a money-market mess
a bank can sustain bankruptcy pressure and
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recommence skilled migration and bringing back foreign students.
44 per cent increase in residential settlements in the six months to December 3
under-supply of 100,000 dwellings on the east coast, and that will put upward pressure on prices.
Australia is headed for another shortage of detached housing on the eastern seaboard because of a lack of forward planning
digital tools boosted residential sales by $10 million.
Stockland has a digital- and data-driven future.
Stockland’s housing warning
integrated retail, franchise, property and digital strategy
ASX falls 2.3pc; Afterpay below $120, AMP up 6pc
Through the Christmas period and January we had containers sitting in shipping yards full of products we couldn’t sell because they couldn’t fit in the warehouse
mainly due to warehouse capacity issues
growth slowed in January,
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Kogan.com celebrates bumper first half but January stalls
resume at the end of October
statutory $1.1 billion interim loss
Qantas half-year result: Airline reports $1b loss as COVID-19 smashes demand
I think sales of the products is actually going to be quite sticky
Customers are seeking to buy Australian made
‘Buy Australian’ a rising force for Maggie Beer
BIG W was the biggest surprise, with earnings soaring 166 per cent to $133 million as sales rose 20.1 per cent to $2.58 billion
“I don’t think it will be long before digital visits exceed physical visits across all our stores
Woolworths is maintaining market share while Coles is losing share to independents such as Metcash’s IGA retailers.
adding that toilet paper sales were still above normal as people spent more time at home.
Woolworths’ online sales grew faster than Coles’
Group sales rose 10.6 per cent in the six months ended January 3
$1.14 billion in the December half
Woolworths half-year profit: Profit up 16pc but CEO Brad Banducci warns June quarter sales will fall
If we had not got to an outcome, we would have been stuck in this terminal print decline. I can’t underestimate how significant it is for the future of that publishing business.
Nine’s Google deal key to future of newspapers, says outgoing CEO
growth this year to 6.5 per cent.
Mr Williams suggested that the higher rates mainly reflect the increasingly optimistic economic outlook of investors.
tumbled a steep 2.5 per cent as the yield on the 10-year Treasury note surged to nearly 1.37 per cent
stagnant job market
optimism among many analysts that the economy will grow rapidly later this year.
Fed sees no need to alter its ultra-low interest rate policies any time soon
Fed’s Powell: US economic recovery is ‘uneven’
China’s transformation as a result of industrial development and urbanisation
introduced policy measures designed to curb over-investment and the build-up of excessive credit risk in the property sector
particularly in the country’s mega cities
stimulus on this scale won’t be repeated
flowed into the construction sector
early stages of a new commodity supercycle
Meanwhile, investors are turning to the precious metals as a hedge against rising inflation
Commodity supercycle or short-term squeeze?
stronger than expected bounce indicates the strength of the recovery in the labour market
Wages up amid growing reports of worker shortages
Platinum boss plays to strengths in world ‘gone crazy’
failed to convince the market.
Woolworths, Westfield, Appen, Wisetech, Medibank: All the half-year results here
Seek in talks to sell $2.2b Zhaopin stake; energy gains
property settlement platform Pexa.
KKR, Domain team up for Pexa bid
Canva buys European design startups to fuel growth
government building incentives.
they were suddenly spending more time in.
started in the renovation and remodelling market and is now moving to new home building.
long can it last?
The building boom is not done yet
10-year interest rates?
Equity investors should stop fretting about rising interest rates
Companies are conserving capital,
price is at $US160 a tonne.”
iron ore plays
ogether, the big three iron ore miners will pay out $19.37 billion.
stronger-than-expected economic recovery
ASX dividends to hit $73b as it rains upgrades
not investing in cash-like securities. Without cash, the fund will be forced to sell assets, locking in losses.
Scott Pape takes aim at HostPlus, unlisted investments
2 per cent less on newspapers and books.
rs spent less on clothes,
Retail sales show 2020 was a year for the bottle
"can't guarantee" that it will be safe for Americans to vote in person on Election Day, November 3.
'Rolling reentry' of US economy possible in May
masks should be recommended in public environments
'Clear as a bell' the virus is airborne
foreign policy will not be Biden's top priority, so Australia will need to be patient.
Australia has friends in Biden's inner sanctum
materials or the cyclical industrial companies, those will be the real beneficiaries."
How to invest: The industries set to outperform in 2021
it isn’t enough to get them through the medium-term.
the longer this pandemic continues, the worse off the travel industry will be.
lies in its ability to organise additional liquidity
suspending its budget airline Tigerair’s services and grounding its entire domestic operation except for a Sydney to Melbourne return service,
80 per cent of staff
which already had issues prior to the COVID-19 outbreak.
three to six months for Virgin to find a solution or otherwise face going under.
scussions with respect to financial assistance and restructuring alternat
a trading halt, t
has already provided $1 billion for the sector
now in serious danger of collapsing.
ts 12-month price target of $2.20.
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of $2.7 billion per yea
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32,000 people, a 95 per cent reduction from the 705,000 passengers carried across the group during the same period last year.
dreaded possibility of repeated outbreaks.
at $7.16, sliding to as low as $2.14
highest profile company in the travel industry is Qantas Airways
$350 to $450 million this year.
$2 billion of available liquidity it has with undrawn bank facilities
bullish outlook for airport stocks over a two year-plus investment horizon.
$5 to $4.50.
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25 per cent reduction in property
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property leases i
“slow and moderate”
a high exposure to the COVID-19 crisi
given a track record of growth and profitability,
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$65 million by July,
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70-80 per cent below norma
s $2.3 billion in available funds
$22.70 to $12.50.
investment banks were impressed by Flight Centre’s recapitalisation,
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6000 jobs from its global workforce
$60 million from the pending sale of the company’s Melbourne property.
$200 million in debt
$7.20 a share
$500 million to $700 million
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tune of $11 billion
30 per cent correction in the All Ordinaries Index
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tourist numbers slumped.
Ho sells Crown stake as virus smashes Macau
scientists do not think that the British variant is more deadly or resistant to the current coronavirus vaccines.
England has been documented in several European countries, Japan, Australia and Lebanon,
Travel bans spread in response to new COVID strains
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Morrison government is on the verge of signing off on the wave of assistance for the two major carriers, while admitting that ove
Rescue package on the cards for Qantas, Virgin
The government needs examination gloves, disinfectant and cleaning products, hand wash and soap, masks, eyewear, gowns, paper products into toilet and tissue paper and hand sanitiser.
It is believed the company in West Virginia had never made PPE before.
$50 million in personal protection equipment (PPE)
AUSTRAC dragged into NSW Police virus response
massive pain for America's higher-cost shale oil producers,
rebound will be much slower than the downturn.
There is no price they can pay to store it
traders or speculators who had bought the contract are finding themselves unable to resell it
unsophisticated financial speculators have piled into the oil market, buying up ETFs without realising their obligations to take delivery of physical supply.
'Can't give it away': US oil prices go negative
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far-reaching sovereignty war
Xi is waging more than a trade war
s: the risk of losing money and the risk of missing opportunities.
Why Howard Marks says don't wait to start buying shares
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bribes paid to secure contracts
Former Leighton COO David Savage arrested in Sydney
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Why Americans don't understand China's power
half of its total sales are tied to China’s economic growth.
surely do everything they can to support mining production now that they need mining royalties more than ever.
The big miners came into this crisis in a strong position.
. The Mercedes Formula One team’s new breathing-aid design, now being trialled, is
Denmark, for example, this week set out a path to lifting coronavirus restrictions.
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at least half of available portfolio cash should be put to work in equities now with a view to adding more share exposure during big down-days in the market.
d it is too soon to call a share market bottom.
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panic buying is easing but
Woolworths eases purchasing caps as panic buying subsides
tures is starting to emerge
modest upside to 2021 f
At that price, US shale would not only decline during the rest of 2020 but throughout 2021 as well
in the second half of 2020
Crude supply is still running well ahead of demand
Oil market swings as funds exit contracts
Probuild China takeover: Josh Frydenberg rejects $300m Chinese bid
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rapid testing at the airport
Coronavirus Australia: How to contain the UK strain
I think that trying to get away with not shutting it down has made it incredibly deadly
major Western governments have chosen to live with it
1.7 million deaths
Coronavirus: A year into the pandemic, WHO says there's worse to come from COVID-19
energy, biotech, advanced materials and artificial intelligence
Why global tech stocks are the way to go in 2021
limit the use of bitcoin for international money transfers
17 per cent see bitcoin as a scam
money printing has accelerated people’s concerns about the stability of fiat currencies
debased by central banks printing money, devaluing cash.
bitcoin's capitalisation is much smaller than gold
This is not a rally being driven by retail speculators
hold for the longer term
pay much closer attention to cryptocurrencies
decentralised, programmable money
Bitcoin is back as a hedge against money printing
Cibo Cafe in North Sydney on December 16 between 12pm and 12.45pm is considered a close contact
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half of China's adult population is either overweight
China's newest target is fat and food waste
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half its revenue from that one client
open-vehicle platform in October
software and systems as the key ingredient
leadership reshuffle inside the company
battery technology set to be the secret sauce
Why Apple is a real threat to Tesla
Magellan buys 10pc stake in Mexican food chain Guzman y Gomez for $87m
high levels of inventory
a factory near Wuhan was supplying NBN
government-owned wholesale broadband supplier NBN Co
China 2025 Plan
China's move to self sufficienc
pushing up costs
high working capital costs
holding higher levels of inventory to ensure security of supply to customers.
never be the same
NBN caught in the middle of a geopolitical storm
unprecedented number of mutations
Netherlands, Denmark and Australia
World Health Organisation
Scientists alarmed at spread of COVID mutant
robots and automation
labour force will shrink
challenge of taking care of the elderly is compounded by China’s rural-urban divides.
investment to innovation
a labour-surplus to a labour-scarce society
These are the three big challenges for China’s economy
German partner BioNTech
Coronavirus vaccine: US approves Pfizer shot and readies for rollout
Australia will never disown Kyoto credits: PM
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February numbers are the issue. February, March, April, we'd be expecting to be in the 90s
Culture and teamwork in the office is proving to be the biggest contributor to business productivity
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ASX-listed company to pledge 1 per cent of its equity to charity
31 per cen
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from its ambitious Singapore-based rival, ShopBack.
45 million of the IPO proceeds to raise awareness
13 per cent in the US and Britain
Cashrewards makes modest gains on debut
Cashed-up Forrest swoops on Canadian nickel project
Woolworths’ new dark store creates 900 jobs
tell his MPs not to overreact t
We need a China circuit breaker
initial pessimism now seems overly gloomy
t recovery can be better than in the pas
Why Australia can bounce back better this time
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ts ''One Belt, One Road''
Why China can't grow without Australian iron ore
a massive gap between those who have a house and those that don't."
They will never let a housing crash happen in this country
another six months to September
up to 9 per cent
too big to fall
'They will never let a housing crash happen'
50 per cent of white collar workers will work from home two days a week post-COVID-19
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ancy rates ri
Half of all office workers will spend two days at home
on the dark Web,
Mr Potter said he passed the WHO and Wuhan materials to the department's security team.
I also got into the Wuhan lab and was able to see all their details. They had no two factor authentication."
They did not have two factor authentication
government cyber specialist
WHO cyber security is 'appalling', says 'hacker'
has been a basket case for years,
owner-managed business with a superb long-term recor
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If China was to turn away from Australian iron ore producers and towards a weakened Brazilian industry, the price would rocket.
Why China's too smart to hurt Aussie iron ore
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What I see is people wanting to get out of the house. They were tired of being in isolation
Some stores at airports and in CBD locations will remain closed.
Pandemic causing major structural shifts, says Lew
Sydney's infamous last drinks pub sells for $22m
shutdowns in Latin America and Africa.
leading accommodation provider
12 to 18 months
Event Hospitality and Entertainment
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domestic auto retailer
more than 10 per cent
Top stocks for a vaccine-led recovery
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ruled out softening the mandatory 14-day hotel quarantin
by the end of next year and international travel revived
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spending like there is no tomorrow
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second half of next year the “pandemic will be history in large parts of the world”.
d parts of China,
c reopening by Christmas
week showed strong rebounds in con
How the world could finally turn the corner on the virus
self-defeating, with OPEC and its producer allies less likely to roll over their production cuts into next year while the price of crude is elevated
Oil market rally threatens OPEC+ cuts
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Biden to banish Trump demons
Georgia and Pennsylvania
Trump's path to victory continues to narrow
Sharemarkets are welcoming the result
How to read the forces shaping markets
Sydney to stage world's biggest concerts of COVID-19 era
Birmingham is cautiously optimistic this could become a two-way arrangement.
March or April
Beijing is determined to keep it that way by staying closed to foreigners
World Democracy Forum
million Australians visited Bali last year
quarantine-free travel with "low-risk" nations might be possible by the end of the year
some parts of Asia and the Pacific
one-way bubble with New Zealand
airlines can't wait.
open up to those countries that have the pandemic under control
These travel bubbles look promising
stemming from mink
derail work on developing a vaccine
two-week quarantine on travellers from Denmark,
2020Britain imposes quarantine on travellers from Denmark over mink
Fears grow over mutated COVID-19 strain in Danish mink
Chile and Peru
weakness that we are seeing in the US dollar
supply risks in Chile
half of global copper demand
production is almost up 11 per cent year-on-year
more than 30 per cent year-on-year
will also drive higher copper demand
recovery is certainly very strong
Doctor copper finds COVID cure
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ame into force in July
The Indonesian scandal that cost Aussie grape growers $33 million
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coal, barley, timber, wine, copper, lobster and sugar
'You will pay': Beijing ups threat to Australia
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public transport remains the biggest worry
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spending more time reporting
more time in meetings and a quarter said their workload has increased
need to show they are being productive working remotely
concerned about recognition and career progression
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second-biggest NBN retailer after Telstra
NBN retailers making little or no profit margin out of reselling plans.
TPG to NBN: Cut prices or we'll take your customers
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two-thirds of Australians believe they are going through a "second wave
a minimum of 12 months
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borne the cost of that so far
CBD office buildings
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Canberra was given 10 days to explain why Beijing should not impose the tariffs.
not ruling out taking China to the World Trade Organisation
China's cereal killer threat to farmers
o immediately stop holding scheduled open inspections of occupied private homes after new guidelines from Consumer Affairs Minister Marlene Kairouz late on Thursday ended the practice.
Victoria pulls plug on property inspections in occupied homes
further seven-day suspension
Virgin extends trading suspension
directly protects bond and hybrid holders from default risk (or equity conversion).
pivot away from his original six-month hibernation plan to a much-earlier-than-anticipated exit
four to five per cent gross rental yields available on Aussie investment properties, arguably the best performing asset class during the GVC, are likely to appear attractive as the search for yield intensifies after the Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to floor the cash rate in March to its effective lower bound at 0.25 per cent.
Sydney and Brisbane,
national house prices appreciated in February, March and April. And in May they have been flatlining.In fact, they have been a picture of stability since
boosted purchasing power, pushing down interest repayments
on the back of the 75-150 basis point reduction in mortgage rates over the past year.
Our base case is that Aussie house prices will flatline over the next few months, with the risk of a modest softening of prices up to 5 per cent.
at least 10 per cent
10 per cent to 20 per cent retrenchmen
Why the housing bears are wrong
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80 per cent fall in roaming revenue
a rebadged Vodafone Hutchison Australia
12 per cent
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if it backed a vaccine which then fell over, it also risked looking inept.
Behind Australia's big vaccine gamble
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men and younger people were more likely to believe prevention myths,
Young people more likely to believe COVID-19 myths
social media accounts in its sights for fuelling high-risk behaviour
'Social trading' fuels market speculation: ASIC
manufacturing recorded a more mild
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ASX higher; Lynas surges on US defence contract
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unused mobile spectrum into the old Vodafone's existing holdings.
old TPG's abandoned 4G mobile network
as one on Monday,
TPG switches on Teoh's abandoned network
in the top percentile of returns
four fund managers who did well during the coronavirus crash in February and March
How these four funds beat the virus crash
contact tracing needed to be lifted to "an industrial capability".
robust-enough health system to ensure any outbreak could be corralled
more extensive virus testing
as few as four weeks so long as three conditions were met.
schools could be back by mid-May
start to be lifted in a month so long as necessary health safeguards were all in place.
fast-tracked infrastructure are back in the mix after
PM's pro-business growth agenda
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97 per cent drop in domestic travellers compared with the same period a year earlie
96 per cent drop in international passengers in the first two weeks of April,
guaranteed the jobs of all employees for six months
Sydney Airport ditches dividend, cuts CEO pay 20pc
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There is a natural selling pressure when a stock is trying to break above or below the VWAP
VWAP to eliminate the noise that occurs throughout the day
standard VWAP, which calculates the price based on all of the orders for the trading day;
whether a stock was bought or sold at a good price.
Why is the Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) important for traders and analysts?
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Metcash has benefited from the COVID-19 pandemic as consumers stuck at home stock up on food and alcohol and undertake home improvement projects such as painting and gardening.
Metcash eyes bolt-on acquisitions after raising $330m
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gathering pace in Africa and Indi
raging in the Americas
World shuns total lockdowns even as coronavirus fights back
eleased in August.
guidance for dividend payouts
s as hotels and bars closed.
about 15 per cent in April
Indonesia was worst affected, with volumes dropping about 50 per cent as social distancing measures and lockdowns dented demand in the lead-up to Ramadan, normally a peak trading period.
Drinks sales plunge forces CCA to withdraw dividend guidance
4 per cent over 2020
RBA warns business might not recover without reforms
access to personal protective equipment
potentially until you have a vaccine."
a very long time
f asymptomatic carriers of the virus.
r Brendan Murphy
Government will review social distancing rules in coming weeks
emotion of sitting out
'Totally irrational' global stocks rise, defying second wave
probably by 50 per cent".
Business booms at bottle shops as drinking at home grows
s $US700 million ($1.
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ASX falls; NAB to raise capital, slashes dividend
Australians are signing up in droves for an app to help manage how much alcohol they're drinking during the pandemic, says Hello Sunday Morning CEO Chris Raine.
Binge drinking app downloads spike; Death toll rises to 77
toxic US political environment toward China
cooperation would be the better choice.
If its primary goal is to maintain global primacy, it will have to engage in a zero-sum geopolitical contest, politically and economically, with China.
They believe they can compete anywhere.
the past few decades of economic resurgence were a result of global engagement
cut it off from the world.
1842 to 1949
The American population has lost faith in globalisation and international trade
first round may not be enough.
fiscal effort since World War II
In sectors like retail, already under fierce pressure from online competition, the temporary lockdown may prove to be terminal.
entral banks. The European Central Bank has declared
economic nationalism will increasingly lead governments to shut off their own economies from the rest of the world
the world will continue to be over-reliant on the US dollar for financing and trade.
gap between rich countries (along with a few emerging markets) and the rest of the world
The post-coronavirus financial architecture may not take us all the way back to the pre-globalisation era of Bretton Woods, but the damage to international trade and finance is likely to be extensive and lasting.
European debt crisis, Brexit, and the US-China trade war
World War I and the global economic depression in the early 1930s ushered in the demise of a previous era of globalisatio
under the guise of self-sufficiency and restrict the movement of people under the pretext of public health.
however, is that this organic and self-interested shift away from globalisation by people and firms will be compounded by some policymakers who exploit fears over open borders.
and more sensitive to the fact that economic globalisation has far outpaced political globalisati
not for massive government bailouts, the system would have collapsed
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What the post-pandemic economy will look like
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had the tightest leasing market in the country for the past four years.
Parramatta in position to emerge as bright spot after COVID-19
f 13 per cen
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for gold to take center stage,"
s too soon to call an all-clear for markets.
50 per cent or deeper decline from the February
Hedge fund Elliott says stocks could fall 50pc
not only speed and certainty of fundraising
Beware 'boilerplate' disclosure, ASIC warns market
He believes many companies have gone into administration and have emerged stronger.
Virgin Australia chairman Elizabeth Bryan and her colleagues on the board deserve praise for the way they have handled the dying days of the company
Qantas picks up the customers.
32 per cent market share of all available domestic seats
about 10 to 15 per cent more efficient than Qantas a
more than 60 per cent
low-budget airline into a full-service competitor to Qantas.
it made a profit only once over the past 10 years
Five lessons from Virgin's collapse
policy from responding to the pandemic to working on a “recovery and reform” plan to restart growth through a mix of "targeted stimulus, fiscal responsibility, and reform".
state's economy will shrink 10 per cent this financial year
NSW says state economy to contract 10pc, 275,000 jobs lost
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Aussie tech quiet achiever booms amid COVID-19 chaos
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ASX to edge higher; sales slump at Cochlear
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Profit, wages to plunge $60b: a sector-by-sector analysis
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believe food and grocery sales growth will remain elevated this year and next year as shoppers continue to practice social distancing and consume more at home rather than eating out
growth in April had returned to pre-COVID-19 levels (around 3.6 per cent) as
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no need to rush back, given the "enormous capacity for law firms to operate on a remote basis".
their staff can work effectively from home - and keep clients happy.
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bigger homes with more rooms could also become desirable again
ed a change in buyers' mindset.
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would stay longer with their employer if they were offered more remote working or flexible working options.
78 per cent) Australians think working from home will become the new norma
Experts say outer ring areas disadvantaged by long commuting times are also poised to see renewed demand as employees get a taste of working from home.
Why McMansions could defy the downturn
Donald Trump continues to encourage protests against the lockdowns in several Democratic state
Global cases top 2.4m as WHO warns worst is yet to come
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Insurance Australia Group, Australia's biggest domestic general insurer, has already scrapped its requirement for landlords to issue eviction notices.
New South Wales government
Insurers asked to show compassion on evictions
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still have some community transmission,
Jobless, economic hit significant: Treasurer
most reliable when they conform to the long-term trend
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an increase in home improvement activity.
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The Australian market is big enough for two well-managed domestic carriers
underwrite flights between capital cities
This development comes a day after news broke that the government was on the verge of signing a new assistance package to underwrite some critical domestic routes operated by Virgin and competitor Qantas.
rightly been shocked at how Qantas has mismanaged the virus pandemic among its staff, by
d 750 are in quarantine.
t 59 Qantas workers were infected w
trading halt to consider "ongoing issues with respect to financial assistance and restructuring alternatives"
5000 people have been forced into quarantine as the island state deals with an outbreak in the medical community,
Illegal dinner party leads to 5000 Tasmanians in quarantine
If the indicator line is trending up, it shows buying interest, since the stock is closing above the halfway point of the range.
icator to move above 80 and then drop back below to signal a possible short trade. The 20 level is less significant in a downtrend.
, the stochastic is often used as an overbought and oversold indicator
Divergence is another use of the RSI. When the indicator is moving in a different direction than the price, it shows that the current price trend is weakening and could soon revers
f the Aroon-up hits 100 and stays relatively close to that level while the Aroon-down stays near zero, that is positive confirmation of an uptrend.
When the Aroon-up crosses above the Aroon-down, that is the first sign of a possible trend change.
ADX above 20 and DI+ above DI-: That's an uptrend.ADX above 20 and DI- above DI+: That's a downtrend.ADX below 20 is a weak trend or ranging period, often associated with the DI- and DI+ rapidly crisscrossing each other.
When the ADX indicator is below 20, the trend is considered to be weak or non-trending.
e ADX is above 40, the trend is considered to have a lot of directional strengt
. If the price is rising but OBV is falling,
, it acts like a trend confirmation tool
g total of up volume minus down volume
First up, use the on-balance volume indicator (OBV) to measure the positive and negative flow of volume in a security over time.
ce volume indicator (OBV) to measure the positive and negative flow
t seven technical indicators
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t a fraction under 8.5 million barrels a day
further 3.7 million
"Demand is down by more than double the 9.7 million barrels-a-day cut agreed," said Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at consultant Energy Aspects.
to plunge 20
20 million barrels a day in April.
far more worried about consumption than supply.
ht the cuts weren't large enough
oil prices in New York fell more than 9 per cent as traders though
kingdom's production will decline from a much higher level.
r 8.5 million barrels a day
continue flooding the market for nearly a futher three weeks.
until May 1,
After June, the 10 million barrel cut will be tapered to 7.6 million a day until the end of the year, and then to 5.6 million through 2021 until April 2022.
The production restraints are set to last for about two years,
first American president to push for higher oil prices in more than 30 years
$US70 a barre
OPEC Plus is up and alive
hough it's not clear whether those numbers will represent real cuts or just production idled because of market forces.
t 9.7 million barrels a day
almost fell apart because of resistance from Mexico, but it came back from the brink after a weekend of urgent diplomacy,
historic deal to cut global petroleum output by nearly a 10th,
Oil price war ends with historic OPEC Plus deal to cut output
Non-bank mortgage businesses failed during the GFC.
The current crisis still has a long way to play out
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t $189 million across RMBS tranches
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do not hold a banking license,
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a significant cost advantage over traditional banks
flourished in recent years
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US Congress passes $US3trn relief bill
May 7 to
NAB's profit hit by $1.1b on wealth, software charges
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20 is commonly used
o start watching for shorting opportunities.
d for spotting new trends,
traders look to past readings on the indicator to get a sense of where price reversed
doesn't always result in a price reversal,
weakness in the trend.
e also divergences.
different signals at different times,
n zero and 100
by looking at historical e
positive or near-zero readings to -100 may indicate an emerging downtrend.
negative or near-zero readings to +100 can be used as a signal to watch for an emerging uptrend.
-100, for example, indicate the price is well below the historic average
been strong to the upside
well above t
readings of 100 or above
hen CCI is below zero, the price is below the hsitoric average.
CCI is above zero it indicates the price is above the historic average.
difference between the current price and the historical average price
also used to assess price trend direction and strength
overbought or oversold.
Commodity Channel Index - CCI Definition and Uses
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for four to six months and do not anticipate normal working life returning for up to a year.
Australians brace for a year of working from home
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o a 400,000-barrel-per-day cut in full.
Trump says US will 'help Mexico along' with its OPEC+ production cuts
no indication when international travel will be permitted but
almost all businesses trading and interstate travel will be allowed.
three stages at their ow
850,000 people are forecast to be back
Prime Minister Scott Morrison hopes 850,000 back at work by July
expected to announce today it has gone into voluntary administration
Temperature checks will be used at NSW schools
the main uses of the indicator is to monitor for divergences. Divergences can last a long time and are poor timing signals.
The multiplier in the calculation provides a gauge for how strong the buying or selling was during a particular period.
s underlying weakness and a potential decline in price.
s confirm a price
confirm a ris
how strong a trend is.
e seeks to identify divergences between the stock price and volume flow
volume and pric
Accumulation/Distribution Indicator - A/D Definition and Uses
4.8 per cent annualised collapse in first-quarter gross domestic product was merely a warm-up for unfolding carnage in the current quarter,
Trump pins hopes on final-quarter rebound after GDP collapses
he JobKeeper subsidy
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia will not resort to protectionism in the face of tensions with China, and expects strong demand for exports to continue.
e mining giant's exports to China would change,
l withhold $3 billion in fast-tracked funding from non-government schools
He also said that he will not back down from calls for a WHO-led inquiry into the origin of the COVID-19 outbreak, despite a backlash from China
The Prime Minister suggested easing restrictions was "not too far away", but warned the move would result in increased COVID-19 cases
Testing kit deal is 'a major step forward' with China
How to profit from volatility using ETFs
Stores closer to universities, city centre locations and holiday regions have seen a sales hit while other stores are recording stronger sales.
food delivery in all markets
10-year timeframe to rebuild the the US nuclear industry and includes a request for $US150 million in the 2021 budget to facilitate the creation of a domestic uranium reserve.
17 million and 19 million pounds of uranium as it seeks to build a nuclear reserve as outlined in the Department of Energy's nuclear fuel working group report.
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White King disinfectant cleaning products.
25–35 per cent
5217 points in early trade
ASX volatility sees directionless open
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tenants must honour their leas
cannot evict their tena
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, landlords are being required to share some of th
a fundamental shift in the nature of
What the shutdown means for property investors
cancel some residential and commercial real estate loans
Property loan retreat by non-banks
If you are cashed up – pick yourself a time and gradually increase your equity exposure.
They are more likely to be saying that interest rates have to rise.
Banks have been very smart with aligning themselves with the government in all these rescue packages
t pressure on domestic housing but
potentially dangerous for the housing market
s, the bad debt
ios are likely to rise.
assets above the values set
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share market is dominated by
d by industry superannuation funds
t in the longer-term we will see inflation emerging,
1930s a bigger fall followed a mid-bear market rally.
, but the bears point out that in the
ve five months ahead of recessions
, it was unlikely to fall back to that level
And, of course, as we have seen so often when the American market starts to rise, those who have bet that the market will continue to fall have to cover their shorts and that sparks a computer-driven buying rally
as a wave of optimism on
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Understanding the impact of market forces
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Bubs posts record half-year results despite China challenge
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e temporary closure of all centres in the Philippines and India
spell the decline of the offshore call centre model
permanent feature of its call centre operations
Optus staff to work from home permanently
governments are replacing the private sector as the primary allocators of capital.
Lethal virus also killing capitalism
"Assuming the pandemic fades in the second half of 2020 and that policy actions taken around the world are effective in preventing widespread firm bankruptcies, extended job losses, and system-wide financial strains, we project global growth in 2021 to rebound to 5.8 percent."
nitial $2.3 billion
We cannot get ahead of the medical advice. To do so would be dangerous and unrealistic," Mr Frydenberg said in Canberra.
World economic growth is forecast to shrink 3 per cent this year,
entering its first recession in nearly 30 years".
IMF predicts deep recession, V-shaped rebound
lightly weaker than the global financial crisis but still well above the trough of the 1990s recess
to -21 index points
ll to -66 index points
divergence between relative buoyancy on the share market and largely unremitting gloom on the ground.
800,000 businesses h
r to around 10 per cent may
Expect more big falls before we hit bottom
14 per cent of GDP,
fuel a £218 billion ($428 billion)
conomy could contract by 35 per cent.
another three weeks of
Britain set to prolong lockdown despite fears of economic fallout
involve significant job losse
Without government support for Virgin
"We appreciate the value of two competitive viable airlines in the Australian economy,'' he said.
government has refused
private consortia are circling to take over Virgin Australia
Private equity investors circle over Virgin
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riskier product areas in newer markets.
s leaning towards customers who are older and known to be good payers,
at 2 per cent of gross underlying sales
t 8.4 million.
things appear to be stabilising in Apri
4 per cent lowe
growth slowed as governments in Australia
balancing growth and risk management – and growth is taking a back seat.
Afterpay confronts new balancing act
hundreds of extra staff working to process claims for early access to superannuatio
Jobless rate steady; Bookshops thrive from home schooling
Capital raisings deluge, bank dividends, COVID-19 announcements & more - Eureka Report
The market is looking at this and thinking that the cash will have to win the argument, and that businesses and their customers will have to be allowed to operate normally, very soon.
The market thinks it’ll be one month, maybe two.
looks more like a bear market rally than a new bull market
spring 2021, at the earliest
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