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How to get Yahoo Finance news, now that Facebook is gone

Yahoo Finance Staff
·2-min read
 How to get Yahoo Finance news, now that Facebook is gone. Source: Yahoo Finance
How to get Yahoo Finance news, now that Facebook is gone. Source: Yahoo Finance

You heard the news. Yesterday, 18 February 2021, Facebook banned all sharing of Australian news content.

Which means you won’t see our stories in your Facebook feed anymore. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Here are a few ways you can get the best money, investing and careers news delivered to you every day, and also stay in touch with the team.

News straight to your inbox

Sign up to our Yahoo Finance Fully Briefed daily newsletter and never miss a thing. It is your go-to for the latest news in markets, property, investing and money-making tips. Sign up here.

The Yahoo Finance app

Keep up to date with the latest news via our app, and turn on notifications if you want to be alerted when something big happens. You can download our app here.

Twitter

Our Facebook may be down but for all the breaking news stories you can find us on Twitter.

Follow us here: Yahoo Finance Australia Twitter.

Instagram

Money, tips, fun, pictures, videos - connect with us on Instagram. Here’s the link to follow.

Linkedin

We often discuss the latest economic and investing trends impacting Australians over on Linkedin.

Women’s Money Movement

We have a group on Linkedin which is a community of women who want to take control of their finances, and their future. Join the discussion here.

The Broke Millennials Club

Though we can no longer share news content, our Facebook group for young Australians wanting to learn about their finances is still live. Join the community to ask questions and share your thoughts on anything to do with your money here.

Email us

If you want to talk to us directly, have any questions, news tips or just want to say hi - email us at editor.australia@yahoofinance.com.au. We love hearing from you - and feel free to tell us what you want to read more of.

Editor-in-Chief, Sarah O’Carroll

No matter how much we push her to Tweet, you can probably find her talking more on LinkedIn - about a broad range of topics. You can follow her here. For a rare Twitter sighting, follow Sarah here.

Women’s Wealth Editor, Lucy Dean

Lucy runs the Women’s Money Movement group on LinkedIn and loves a good discussion. She’ll tweet too and you can follow her here.

Finance News Producer & Workplace & Careers Correspondent, Jessica Yun

Twitter is where Jess plays mostly and loves to fire up a debate. You can follow her here, or over on Linkedin.