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|... said the data was proving investors are happy to act contrarian, taking sizeable positions in companies like Qantas and Afterpay despite the multi-year lows their stock had sunk to. "There's often a perception that retail investors are naive and run ...|
|... more than 78,000 scams. Scammers used bank payments, peer-to-peer payments, payment apps and gateways, fintechs such as Afterpay and ZipPay, digital wallets, gift cards and cryptocurrencies to steal money from their targets. "Ten years ago, most investment ...|
|... who have suffered from COVID-19 restrictions, like Qantas, Ramsay Health Care, Sonic Healthcare, Transurban, Seek, and Afterpay will rebound, Xiradis said. "The question is not if they will bounce back, but simply, when?" He said. Other sectors will ...|
|A Chinese tech giant has bought a 5% stake in buy-now-pay-later provider Afterpay, after paying approximately $416 million for more than 13 million shares in the company. Tencent is an online entertainment, digital advertising, social media, fintech ...|
|... capitalisation of all the firms within the ASX100, Connolly said the report reveals shareholders in firms such as Magellan and Afterpay are getting good value. However, when it comes to diversified financials, the story is a little bleaker, with the ...|
|Afterpay has been the latest stock to take a significant hit in the current environment as investors are concerned those who buy now may not be able to pay later. The company finished 33% lower in yesterday's session, wiping around $1.5 billion ...|
|Afterpay has settled with a California financial services regulator over allegations it was offering illegal loans in the state without a licence. The settlement with the California Department of Business Oversight (DBO) will see the 'buy now pay later' ...|
|... Technology ETF (ATEC) is expected to list on March 5 investing in a diversified index of Australian tech companies including AfterPay, Xero, WiseTech Global, REA Group and Carsales.com. It will charge about 48bps per year. This makes it more expensive ...|
|... It's something to be excited about," he said. The index (XTX) goes live on Monday, February 24. Xero, Computershare and afterpay are the top three shares on launch.|
|... the ASX, valued at almost $115 billion. Xero leads the pack in the new tech index, followed soon by Computershare and Afterpay. "The All Tech Index recognises the critical mass of technology companies listed on ASX," Stevens said. "It provides investors ...|
After BetaShares' success in attracting investors to its geared, index-shorting ETFs during COVID's market decline, another player is getting ready to throw its hat in the ring.
Australian Unity has appointed a new chief executive for its wealth and capital markets business, as it also launches a new green bond fund backed by Crestone Wealth Management.
A Monash University lecturer has pushed the case for a GST holiday, which he argues is the most effective way to generate "maximum economic bang for the government's buck".
First Nations Foundation (FNF) has launched an online resource to help Indigenous Australians find, manage, and grow their superannuation.
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