ASX: The local market is set to open higher this morning after Wall Street snapped a three-day losing streak.
Wall St: US markets were pushed higher comforted by some .
On Wall Street, the S&P 500 closed up 1.1 per cent, while the Dow gained 0.6 per cent and the Nasdaq added 1.8 per cent.
Watch: US markets pushed higher overnight
Feeling hesitant: while the vaccine rollout stalls and the community receives mixed messages, ACTU boss Sally McManus said.
The comments come amid concerns about side effects from the AstraZeneca vaccine and calls for a better-targeted communication campaign.
Not good enough: The Victorian government has been slammed over .
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Levy will hit businesses that pay more than $10 million in national wages with a 0.5 per cent increase. Businesses with national payrolls above $100 million will pay one per cent.
Tax time: As we approach the end of financial year it’s important to understand this past year.
The ATO recently put out a as many of the items you once could have claimed can no longer be deducted if you’ve been working from home.
$1,500: Is your $50 note actually worth a whole lot more? Aussies are after a popular TikToker explained how to find out if your note could be worth $1,500.
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(Bloomberg) -- Oil clung to gains with a fifth straight weekly decline in U.S. crude supplies pointing to a rapidly tightening market.Futures rose as much as 1.9% in New York on Wednesday, while Brent crude held above $75 a barrel. American crude supplies tumbled by more than 7 million barrels, according to a U.S. government report. Gasoline inventories posted the biggest drop since early March, while supplies at the nation’s biggest storage hub at Cushing, Oklahoma, slid to the lowest since Mar
Russia says it has fired warning shots and dropped bombs in the path of a British warship to chase it out of waters that it claims in the Black Sea off the coast of the Crimea peninsula.The UK rejected Russia's account of the incident, saying it believed any shots fired were a pre-announced Russian "gunnery exercise" and that no bombs had been dropped.
(Bloomberg) -- Stocks moved in a narrow range as investors assessed prospects for an economic recovery and continued Federal Reserve support amid the threat of higher inflation. Treasuries retreated.Equities briefly turned negative, with bond yields ticking higher after Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic projected a rate liftoff next year and two hikes in 2023. Companies tied to a broader reopening of the economy -- such as retail, financial and energy shares -- rose, while technology stocks u
PairTree aims to make one part at least considerably easier and faster with its online matching platform where expectant mothers and hopeful adopters can find each other without the facilitation of an agency or other organization. The path to adoption is different for everyone, but there are generally some things they have in common: once the process is started, it can take upwards of $50,000 and over a year and a half to organize a match. While some of this comprises the ordinary legal hurdles involved in any adoption, a big part of it is simply that there are limited opportunities for adoption and compatibility isn't guaranteed.
Parliament should consider toughening up the rules on who can take control of a bank in light of what happened to Wyelands Bank following the collapse of Greensill Capital, Bank of England Deputy Governor Sam Woods said on Wednesday. Steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta's metals-to-finance empire GFG Alliance took control of Wyelands Bank in 2016. Wyelands financed GFG Alliance that was closely linked to financing company Greensill Capital, which went bust earlier this year.
Outschool founder Amir Nathoo has a message to the edtech sector, which recently found itself under a spotlight thanks to the pandemic: Add your voice, and don’t try to always appear neutral. The founder of the unicorn business penned a statement, co-signed by other edtech leaders, promoting the continuance of teachers being allowed to teach critical race theory in classrooms across the country. The learning framework, which has been the subject of recent legislative debate, covers the acknowledgement of institutional, and systemic racism in the United States.
There have previously been just nine own goals in the history of the European Championship, but seven more have been added to that tally at Euro 2020 alone in a bizarre group stage so far. The latest incident came during Slovakia's final Group E game against Spain, with Slovakian goalkeeper Martin Dubravka watching the ball cannon off his crossbar, loop high into the net, and... go on off his hands after he got his bearing completely wrong on his goalline. With seven own goals scored so far at Euro 2020, that tally is only bettered by one player at a single Euros in history - Michel Platini with nine goals at Euro '84.