ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 3 APR 2020   12:21PM
Industry groups want the government to make fast, cheap financial advice possible for those impacted by the COVID-19 downturn - especially when it comes to early access to super.
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US faces deepest recession on record
ALLY SELBY  |  FRIDAY, 3 APR 2020
The US is facing a COVID-19 triggered recession that will be the worst on record, according to Bank of America economists.
Pandemic response concerns overblown
HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 3 APR 2020
Deloitte Access Economics is urging Australians to leave their concerns about the budgetary impact of Australia's response to COVID-19 at the door.
The shape of recovery
ELIZA BAVIN  |  FRIDAY, 3 APR 2020
It's time to start thinking about recovery and what shape it might take; a U, a V or as some think, maybe even the Nike swoosh tick.
Asset devaluation continues
ELIZA BAVIN  |  FRIDAY, 3 APR 2020
Another industry super fund has reduced the value of its unlisted assets as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic worsen.
Chief economist update: Oil gush
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 3 APR 2020
If financial markets are going to time the beginning of the end - that is, when equity markets started their slippery slide into where we are now - it'll be 9 March 2020. Mark my words.
Not buy time yet: Lonsec
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 2 APR 2020
Lonsec's chief investment officer says valuations look way cheaper than a month ago, but he's not hitting buy just yet for its $600 million managed accounts asset pool.
Time to step up or face the music
ALLY SELBY  |  THURSDAY, 2 APR 2020
While there may be uncertainty surrounding the economic implications of the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear; if business leaders are not consistent, empathetic and clear with their response, they should prepare to face the music.
Could relief on advice compliance save consumers?
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  THURSDAY, 2 APR 2020
Panicked, stressed people are making rash decisions and falling victim to scams as they navigate the economic fallout of COVID-19 - but compliance has left some financial advisers and service providers feeling hamstrung in helping.
Business unusual: COVID-19 threats facing real estate
ALLY SELBY  |  THURSDAY, 2 APR 2020
Gone are the days of 'business as usual' with Australia's capital cities and skyscrapers empty and its employees now working from the comfort (and safety) of their homes. But what impact will this have on our real estate investments?
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