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|The aged care sector is set for a major boost to address problems raised in the Royal Commission and prepare for the coming wave of aging retirees. Aged care expenditure will increase 7% during 2021-22 to $24.3 billion and by 37% over the next four ...|
|The price of iron ore continues to heat up. It broke above the all-time high of US$191.70 a tonne recorded more than 10 years ago (February 2011) on 6 May 2021 and is currently fetching 215.48/tonne. This represents a 31.4% increase from end-2020's ...|
|... super as savings for retirement. But ASFA and Industry Super Australia are still hoping for more good news in tonight's budget - they want the government to address the gender gap in super by instituting the superannuation guarantee on parental leave. ...|
|Ahead of tomorrow's federal budget, the government announced a raft of measures aimed at increasing home ownership levels, including the expansion of the First Home Super Saver Scheme. The government is increasing the maximum amount of voluntary contributions ...|
|The government has announced a $1.2 billion investment to support the digital transformation of the economy and measures to encourage business investment in technology, ahead of the federal budget. The digital economy strategy includes $111.3 million ...|
|The finalists for the 16th annual Financial Standard MAX Awards have been announced, with voting now open until May 30. The Financial Standard MAX Awards highlight individuals, teams and organisations in the financial services industry excelling in ...|
|Just a wittle more, a wittle more... Yes Virginia, just another US$12.71 per tonne (6.6%) and the spot price of iron ore will be line ball with the all-time high of US$191.70 a tonne it set way back a decade earlier (February 2011). For sure, there ...|
|The federal government's debt levels soared 420% over the last 25 years, shifting Australia up two notches on the rankings of an index to 13 th place. According to the inaugural Janus Henderson's Sovereign Debt Index, the federal government ...|
|The government has commenced consultation on exposure draft legislation that will reduce the tax burden on granny flats in a move to prevent elder financial abuse. The legislation follows the budget announcement that the government would provide a targeted ...|
|"Come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly away..." -Frank Sinatara It didn't happen overnight, but it's happening... now. The Trans-Tasman bubble is here! After more than a year - I recall watching Qantas' chief executive saying it's ...|
Life insurers will take on more risks and shun safe-haven assets in a bid to bump up returns in 2022.
AMP has appointed a new head of portfolio management for its troubled multi-asset group (MAG), hiring from Pendal.
A new study shows close to 80% of institutional investors and wealth managers are now looking favourably upon cryptocurrencies, citing strong capital growth and diversification benefits.
American Century has launched a global small-cap fund targeting Australian wholesale investors.
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