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Paul Hemsley

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share and crypto crashes

Hope for investors scared by share and crypto crashes

As share markets and cryptocurrency take a beating following the tightening of monetary policy across the world, investo...Read More
job seekers

Employers scrambling to prevent workplace brain drain

As workplace managers face a swiftly evolving employment market that’s increasingly favouring the demands of white-col...Read More
Full employment

Full employment should be a ‘national priority’, Grattan Institute...

The notion of eradicating unemployment has long been considered unattainable within modern industrialised societies; on...Read More
female tech workers

More female tech workers an election priority

As the electoral clock ticks to the 21 May federal election, the Coalition government has pledged it will use a potentia...Read More
superannuation guarantee rise

Major parties back superannuation guarantee rise to 12 per cent

A renewed commitment from the Morrison government to back a 12 per cent lift to the superannuation guarantee as presentl...Read More

Markets succumb to jitters as US CPI maintains strength

Following a slight drop of 0.2 per cent in the United States inflation rate, the latest US April consumer price index (C...Read More
Elon Musk

Musk expected to slash his $44bn offer as turmoil befalls Twitter

A researcher has warned that Elon Musk “holds all the cards” when it comes to his impending purchase of social media...Read More

AustralianSuper injects $13bn investment into private equity

A new investment of $13 billion into private equity globally over the next two years from AustraliaSuper, the nation’s...Read More
food-based ETF

BetaShares set to launch food-based ETF on ASX

One of Australia’s biggest fund managers, BetaShares has added a new food-themed exchange-traded fund (ETF) to its exi...Read More

Cyber criminals using interest rates as bait to trick customers

If you’ve ever found yourself on the receiving end of a suspicious phone call, e-mail or text message claiming to be f...Read More
rate hikes

Are central banks weighing the economic pain of rate hikes?

The hype around interest rate hikes usually centres around the urgent and fundamental need to alleviate the consequences...Read More

Banks report $14.4bn profit amid pressure on net interest margins

Australia’s major banks have reported a significant boost to their bottom lines and returns in the first half of the 2...Read More
ATO cracks down on $850m GST fake business fraud

ATO cracks down on $850m GST fake business fraud

A nationwide crackdown on incidents of fraud involving the creation of fake businesses to scam GST refunds from the fede...Read More
share investors

Bond and share investors may shrug off RBA’s rate hike

As mortgage holders reel from the prospect of having to reach deeper into their hip pockets to make bigger repayments fo...Read More

Climate disasters leave 1 in 25 properties uninsurable by 2030

Climate change-induced disasters and mounting risks of dangerous weather will make one in 25 Australian properties “ef...Read More


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