The financial regulator has issued draft guidance to banks, insurers and superannuation trustees on managing the financial risks of climate change.
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent
Sick employees are urged to drop any notion of “soldiering on” this cold and flu season, even if working from home.
Retail spending jumped in March, led by huge gains in WA after the COVID-19 lockdowns impacted sales in the previous month.
An official survey has found those who accessed their superannuation during the pandemic used it to pay their mortgage, rent or household bills.
Cbus CEO Justin Ayres is concerned many workers may be without coverage in the wake of the changes to superannuation.
Australians have been keen to spend more on entertainment, travel and homes as they leave the fears of the coronavirus behind, a Commonwealth Bank report shows.
The boss of one of Australia’s major banks says low interest rates have created an unusual situation for people facing an age-old property conundrum.
Afterpay says its working towards becoming a public company in the US, after sales in North America outstripped those in Australia and New Zealand.
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Seven out of 10 funds suffered a fall in member numbers last financial year, but the sector’s biggest funds went from strength to strength.
The Morrison government has set out new draft laws to govern financial advisers in response to the Hayne banking royal commission.
Accenture Research has found Buy Now Pay Later service provider Afterpay provided $3 billion in net benefits during last year's recession.
Investors with exchange-traded funds have been warned to pay close attention to their underlying assets or face the consequences during a severe market correction.
The nation’s peak body for the wealth industry is proposing to put a lid on soaring financial advice costs by making legislative and regulatory framework more consumer-oriented and streamlined.
Danielle Le Messurier
ANZ’s Shayne Elliott tips gross domestic product growth to hit 4.8 per cent in 2021.
Keeping old receipts for tax time and plotting out a weekly budget is the stuff of nightmares, but innovative technology is bridging the gap.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has refused to confirm reports the government will stick to the legislated increase to the superannuation guarantee.
Australian households are set to keep driving the economy’s recovery — even without JobKeeper — as Westpac’s measure of consumer sentiment hits an 11-year high
A huge wave of bank branch closures across Victoria could soon pass 100, and there are calls for future cuts to be revealed. See the list.
Shoppers keep flocking to buy now, pay later services, with the provider that signed up JB Fi-Fi and The Good Guys breaking transaction records.
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The COVID-19 employment landscape was particularly challenging for people with disabilities, without post-school qualifications, experiencing homelessness and Indigenous Australians.
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Australian housing prices are surging thanks to buyer demand and dirt cheap home loan rates. But will the boom continue?
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