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Credit Card Crisis Fueled by Rising Cost of Living in Australia
The continuous rise in inflation is significantly impacting the cost of living for many Australians. One in two Australians is experiencing financial stress as prices continue to rise.

April 3, 2023

Redirected Fury: Paving the Way to Social Change with Millennial Anger
Millennial anger has been dismissed as a weak force – until now. Redirected Fury shows how harnessing rage can lead to lasting social change!

March 27, 2023

Australia: Pension Fund Seeks Information on Investing in Adani Enterprises
An Australian pension fund client of GQG Partners has asked the U.S. boutique investment firm for more information about its nearly $1.9 billion investment in the embattled Indian Adani group.

March 21, 2023

Startling Regulation Renders Coins No Longer Recognized as a Valid Payment
How far can I push the boundaries of buying items with coins? This is a question that has plagued me since childhood.

March 16, 2023

CBDC Use Cases to Be Explored as the Reserve Bank Plans a “Live Pilot”
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has announced that it is embarking on an exploration of potential use cases for a central bank digital currency (CBDC), intending to conduct a “live pilot” of the project.

March 13, 2023

Australia’s Markets Ended the Day With a Positive Trend, as the S&P/ASX 200 Index Rose 0.30%
After the market closed on Feb 24, Australian stocks ended on a high note as major indices like IT and Industrials experienced notable gains while A-REITs saw an uptick in shares.

March 10, 2023

What I Learned From Successful CEOs About Economic Growth and Profits
This February’s profit season was significant, given the environment of elevated uncertainty.

March 8, 2023

A Simplified Summary of Central Bank Digital Currencies for 2023
The world of finance is about to see a significant transformation as central banks across the globe gear up to launch their digital currencies.

March 2, 2023

Australian Agricultural Commodity Prices Continuously Follow A Downward Slope
The Australian agricultural commodity prices have plummeted more as 2023 has progressed, and the NAB Rural Commodities Index* is currently 14.4% below levels from a year ago.

February 27, 2023

Can a Nature Repair Market Realistically Thrive? Data Suggests That It Is Unlikely to Succeed
Governments alone should not be responsible for the drastic decline of numerous ecosystems.

February 24, 2023

Australia’s Inflation, Wages Outlook Rises Sharply as Interest Rates Look Set to Increase
To forestall a wage-price spiral, Australia’s central bank raised its prediction for core inflation this year and is imploring higher interest rates.

February 22, 2023

Central Australia Reinstates Alcohol Bans in an Attempt to Calm Crime Waves
The Central Australian government has recently reinstated alcohol bans in some towns across the region due to a recent wave of escalating crime.

February 20, 2023

As Virgin Australia Prepares to Go Public, Sources Confirm the Company Is Actively Exploring Debt Financing Options
Virgin Australia Airlines Pty Ltd. is exploring the possibility of raising new debt to give Bain Capital, its owner, cash before its plans for an Initial Public Offering (IPO), according to sources knowledgeable about the matter.

February 17, 2023

Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement: Easing The Tax Burden
Avoid double taxation and benefit from tax advantages with Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA).

February 15, 2023

In Response to Tier II Bonds Repayment Message, APRA Chairman Remains Unapologetic
APRA’s new chairman, John Lonsdale, has warned banks and insurers that they will face harsh scrutiny if they choose to appease the bond market by repaying too-big-to-fail Tier II bonds with new, more expensive financing.

February 13, 2023

Securing a Comfortable Retirement with the Right Superannuation Objectives for Australians
An FSC study reveals that Australians advocate for a retirement income objective to be enshrined in law, as per their research findings.

February 10, 2023

The Nomura Group Builds Capabilities to Connect Asia With the Rest of the World
Nomura has long been known for its ability to connect Asia to the rest of the world. The company recently announced that it has built upon its traditional strengths and expanded into other areas.

February 8, 2023

Emerald Grain Is The Jewel In Louis Dreyfus Asia’s Crown
Louis Dreyfus Company’s Asian branch announced today that it has agreed with Longriver Farms to purchase Australian grain trader and bulk handler Emerald Grain.

February 6, 2023

Australians Face Steepest Retirement Savings Crisis Since GFC
The holiday season has been unkind to Australian superannuation returns, as the share market’s decline before Christmas proved more severe than initially expected.

January 6, 2023

Fitness Gear Brands Owned by Blacks Emerging in the Industry
Black individuals dominate the world of sports and fitness. Most of the stars in any sport are blacks, creating a concept that blacks are built differently. Many claims that their genes were designed for sports.

January 6, 2023