ASX: The local market is set to fall at the open of today’s trade. Yesterday the with big name Energy and Materials shares helping prop up the Aussie market to be among the top performing markets after a lacklustre Asian session.
Wall St: The S&P 500 has ended higher, as investors focused on potential corporate tax hikes and upcoming economic data.
While the Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced, market leading tech and tech-adjacent shares pulled the Nasdaq into the red.
RBA update: about the Delta variant, the economy and monetary policy.
It is rare for the RBA to give economic updates outside of the monthly board meeting, so investors and economists will be watching this closely.
Lowe has previously said he expects the economy will rebound by the end of the year but warned lockdowns associated with the Delta variant will see the unemployment rate rise over coming months.
Taking on China: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and the leaders from India and Japan, will meet with US President Joe Biden to discuss enhancing Indo-Pacific relations.
This will be the first in-person summit of leaders of the "Quad" countries, which have been seeking to enhance cooperation to .
For sale: Australia’s largest airport is set to sell to an infrastructure group after they .
Sydney Airport is our only listed airport operator and the sale would be a long-term bet on the travel sector which has been battered by the pandemic.
Australia plans to gradually open its borders once 80% of adults are fully vaccinated, a milestone expected by the end of the year.
A successful takeover would be among the largest buyouts ever.
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Britain's opposition Labour Party would impose higher taxes on online retailers to fund tax relief for bricks and mortar businesses, the party's would-be finance minister Rachel Reeves will say on Monday, an advance copy of her speech shows. Britain is not due to head to the polls until 2024 at the latest, but the opposition Labour Party is using its annual conference to present plans it hopes will win back traditional voters lost to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives. But polls show the crisis has made higher public spending more acceptable to voters, giving the left-leaning Labour Party a political opportunity to present itself as fiscally responsible without having to resort to spending cuts.
Lewis Hamilton snatched a dramatic late 100th career victory amid the wet chaos at the Russian Grand Prix after fellow Briton Lando Norris was cruelly denied a maiden Formula One victory. McLaren’s Norris slid off the sodden track with just two laps remaining as the rain fell hard at the Sochi Autodrom, leaving the door open for reigning world champion Hamilton to go on and become F1’s very first winning centurion. Championship rival Max Verstappen fought back admirably from starting at the back of the grid after engine penalties to take second place, with Carlos Sainz - who overtook pole-sitter Norris on the first lap - third for Ferrari ahead of Daniel Ricciardo, Valtteri Bottas and Fernando Alonso, with Norris eventually having to settle for seventh place and a point for the fastest lap, though he faces a likely trip to the race stewards for a late pit-lane infringement after losing the lead.
An emotional Rory McIlroy has been reduced to tears as the United States regained the Ryder Cup with an utterly dominant performance at Whistling Straits.Trailing 11-5 heading into the 12 singles matches, Padraig Harrington's European team needed a comeback greater than 2012's 'Miracle at Medinah' to retain the trophy, with the hosts requiring just three and a half points on Sunday.
Arsenal are top of the Women’s Super League (WSL) after thrashing Manchester City 5-0 on Sunday. Scotland’s Kim Little notched a brace after Vivianne Miedema’s opening goal and Katie McCabe and Leah Williamson were also on target as Jonas Eidevall’s side ran riot at Meadow Park to leapfrog rivals Tottenham on goal difference. Earlier, reigning champions Chelsea laid down a marker with a thumping 6-1 victory over previously unbeaten Manchester United.
No Australian government should ease coronavirus restrictions at the mooted 70 per cent coverage threshold unless all people with disabilities are also fully vaccinated.That is one of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability in a draft report released on Monday.
Lens deposed Marseille from second place in the French Ligue 1 on Sunday with a 3-2 win which condemned the southern giants to a first defeat of the season and first league loss at their Velodrome home since February.