The ASXis expected to rise this morning as Aussies prepare for higher petrol prices. (Source: Getty) ASX: The local market is expected to have a positive start this week after a slew of earnings reports gave Wall Street a boost over the weekend.
This comes after the ASX gave up some of last week's gains on Friday but
for a fourth week in a row. still managed to finish in the green Wall Street: as a rally fueled by lighter-than-expected inflation data helped equity markets log their longest winning streak since November 2021. US stocks soared on Friday Skilled workers: The Business Council of Australia has called for an as a way to solve critical shortages. overhaul of the country's skilled migration system
Ahead of the Government's upcoming jobs and skills summit, council chief executive Jennifer Westacott said well-managed migration was needed in order to drive Australia's prosperity.
Petrol prices: Cash-strapped Aussies filling up at the fuel pump paid an extra $5 a week over the course of the past three months, . according to new data
The Australian Automobile Association's latest Transport Affordability Index, released on Sunday, found average weekly fuel costs across the nation rose to $100.39 in the June quarter.
Father’s Day: Spending on Father's Day gifts has slumped as the rising cost of living sees Aussie consumers across the country. rein in purchases for dads
Australians are set to spend $735 million on Father's Day gifts this year, down 7.7 per cent from 2021, according to the Australian Retail Association.
Aged care: that the Federal Government's ambitious planned reforms to the sector can be achieved. Aged care workers are sceptical
Around half of the 1,100 workers interviewed said they planned to leave the sector within the next three years, according to a report by aged care service consultants CompliSpace.
Retail pain: Fast-moving technologies are having a , a survey of staff in the sector found. detrimental effect on retail workers
Research from the Australian National University and University of Sydney found increased surveillance and the impact of online shopping were among areas having a negative effect on staff.
Story continues Back in business: and a man is in custody after a shooting incident inside the terminal prompted its evacuation. Canberra Airport has resumed normal operations
A man was arrested at the airport after firing as many as five shots inside, some leaving bullet holes in airport windows, just after 1.30pm on Sunday.
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