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|... effective way to generate "maximum economic bang for the government's buck". In an opinion piece for The Conversation , economics lecturer Isaac Gross argued a six-month break from the 10% tax would help fight the COVID-19 recession. It comes as PwC ...|
|In Fist of Fury , it is a sign stating "No dogs or Chinese" that draws the ire of the legendary Bruce Lee. But Australians are not seeing Victorians punching, kicking and screaming when the nation's five states and two territories put up the "No ...|
|"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times ... it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way..." -- 'A Tale of Two Cities' ...|
|"This is a once-in-a-100 year type event, we haven't seen this sort of thing in Australia since the end of the first World War..." This was how Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison described the coronavirus outbreak shortly after the World Health ...|
|... an agenda to make class actions more difficult. Appearing before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics on Tuesday, De Ferrari was asked how many class actions AMP was currently facing. After answering that AMP is facing two actions ...|
|... AMP financial advisers are beholden to have come under fire from the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics. Labor MP Andrew Leigh questioned AMP chief executive Francesco De Ferrari on how the institution has changed since the Royal ...|
|... Financial Planning Association of Australia have appeared before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics, sharing austere views of the financial advice industry. AFA general manager, policy and professionalism Phil Anderson said ...|
|US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell has painted an optimistic picture of developments in the US economy while at the same time warning of extraordinary uncertainty. "As the economy reopens, incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic ...|
|Australia will have to inject up to $90 billion of additional fiscal stimulus over the next two years if it wants to return the economy to full employment, a new report from Grattan Institute says. The $70 billion to $90 billion required accounts for ...|
|The gradual easing of restrictions has unfrozen social and business activity in almost every nation that decided to do so. Central banks and governments can flood the system with all the money they have, or can print, but with consumers not allowed ...|
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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.
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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.
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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".
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First Nations Foundation (FNF) has launched an online resource to help Indigenous Australians find, manage, and grow their superannuation.
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