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Financial services jobs show signs of recovery
ELIZA BAVIN  |  THURSDAY, 23 JUL 2020
... has been stronger, with gains of 19.5% in May and 9% in June." Parker highlighted that when split by job type, unsurprisingly one of the better performing occupational categories was community and personal services. "Demand fell just 3.7% over the quarter ...
Stimulus, ERS pushes spending up 17%
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 21 JUL 2020
... Australia, now it's down just 6% on normal levels. Rideshare spending was down 34% and now is down 13%. In Victoria, unsurprisingly, travel and rideshare spending has taken a dive again as Melbourne has been forced into another lockdown to fight a second ...
Job vacancies up 15%: Research
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 24 JUN 2020
... distancing measures. Banking and financial services job ads were up 15%. The biggest upticks in May were, perhaps unsurprisingly, in the industries hardest hit by the government measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. Now, LinkedIn has revealed the ...
GDP figures reveal start of COVID-19 impact
ELIZA BAVIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 JUN 2020
... pharmaceuticals, as households prepared for the introduction of restrictions. The ABS said trade also took a hit, unsurprisingly as borders were closed globally. Net trade contributed 0.5 percentage points to GDP. "Imports of goods fell 3.9%, with falls ...
Volatility continues to drive investors
HARRISON WORLEY  |  THURSDAY, 7 MAY 2020
... corresponding period, while the average daily value traded on-market hit $6.8 billion, 57% higher than last April. Unsurprisingly, with significant movement in the market, volatility also increased. As measured by the average daily movement in the All ...
Now is the time to step up: FEW
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 30 APR 2020
... around how to be an empathetic leader when still running a business and trying to meet KPIs. But there's also, unsurprisingly, the issue of communication and how you keep teams focussed and motivated, and maintain connection without it becoming overbearing." ...
Best, worst performing Aussie equities funds
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 22 APR 2020
... stocks and is substantially underweight economically sensitive financials," Morningstar said of the Hyperion fund. Unsurprisingly, geared funds emerged as the worst performers in the large cap category the bottom three spots among Morningstar's category ...
Multi-asset results mixed in COVID-19 sell-off
ALLY SELBY  |  WEDNESDAY, 1 APR 2020
... instance held identical cash levels as the Morningstar balanced index yet returned negative 17.45% for the period." Unsurprisingly, growth funds performed relatively worse on average to balanced strategies given their weighting to equities. During the ...
Low rates support some bond managers: Report
ELIZA BAVIN  |  THURSDAY, 19 MAR 2020
... these funds feeling the pinch from widening credit spreads. Two clear trends were discernible," Morningstar said. "Unsurprisingly, credit funds that stuck to higher grade instruments tended to fare best." Second, having a bigger bias to Australian dollar ...
World rolls out stimulus
ELIZA BAVIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 18 MAR 2020
... nations around the world have announced their stimulus packages to cushion the economic burden . The largest, unsurprisingly, was US President Donald Trump's "go big" strategy, announcing a US$1 trillion plan with $250 billion for direct cheques ...
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