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Tech sector leads as ASX leaps to 11-month high; Afterpay near $150

The unemployment rate has fallen from 6.8 per cent to 6.6 per cent as 50,000 jobs were added in December, broadly in line with market expectations. The Aussie dollar was little changed following Thursday's data, and was last worth 77.51 US cents.The Australian Bureau of Statistics said the number of employed people in Australia was 88,000 lower in December compared to March, but 784,000 higher than in May.“Although...

U.S. consumer watchdog director resigns at request of Biden administration

By Michelle Price3 Min ReadFILE PHOTO: Kathy Kraninger speaks to an audience on her first set of regulatory priorities as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington, U.S., April 17, 2019. REUTERS/Katanga JohnsonWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Kathy Kraninger has resigned effective immediately as director of the U.S. consumer watchdog at the request of President Joe Biden’s administration, she tweeted shortly after Biden was sworn in on Wednesday,...

Biden calls for unity, but ‘clash of ideologies’ looms

WASHINGTON -- Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., a son of an auto dealership manager, a longtime senator and a former vice president, was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States shortly before noon Eastern time on Wednesday."This is America's day. This is democracy's day. A day of history and hope," he said to open his speech, the last phrase taken from his favorite poem by Seamus Heaney (more below).And he...

4 Steps To Find A Good Financial Adviser

US President Barack Obama, alongside Secretary of Education Arne Duncan (R) and High School Senior ... [+] Amirah Delwin (L), speaks with graduating seniors and their parents during a roundtable discussion on the interest rates of federal subsidized student loans at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia, May 4, 2012. Without Congressional intervention, student loan interest rates are set to double on July 1. AFP PHOTO / Saul...

Citizens open to bank acquisitions, CEO says

Citizens Financial CEO Bruce Van Saun says “there’s a race for scale” in the banking industry and that more banks — including his own — may need to consider mergers and acquisitions to remain competitive.The $183 billion-asset Citizens has long favored nonbank acquisitions over bank M&A, and on Van Saun’s watch it has picked up a number of smaller firms specializing in wealth management, mortgage lending and other...

2 top ASX dividend shares with big yields

With the interest rates on term deposits and savings account at such low levels, it has become almost impossible to generate a sufficient passive income from these assets. The good news is that there are a large number of ASX dividend shares that provide generous yields. Two dividend shares to look at are listed below: Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT (ASX: CQE) Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT is a...

2 top ASX dividend with big yields

With the interest rates on term deposits and savings account at such low levels, it has become almost impossible to generate a sufficient passive income from these assets. The good news is that there are a large number of ASX dividend shares that provide generous yields. Two dividend shares to look at are listed below: Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT (ASX: CQE) Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT is a...

Economy hasn’t hit bottom yet, but bounceback from COVID-19 coming, Bank of Canada says

The Bank of Canada elected to keep its benchmark interest rate steady at 0.25 per cent on Wednesday, reiterating its pledge to keep it there "until the recovery is well underway."Eight times a year, Canada's central bank meets to set its benchmark interest rate, known as the target for the overnight rate, which impacts the rates that Canadians get on things like mortgages and savings accounts at banks....

7 Pain-Free Ways Save $360 Per Month

You can sleep better by getting your finances in shape, and using these 7 ways to slash your monthly ... [+] bills. getty You can drink Starbucks SBUX and even eat Avocado Toast and still stay on track for financial freedom. There is no reason to waste money or overpay for your monthly expenses. Keep reading for seven ways to help lower your monthly expenses. When looking to slash your...

What to make of Wall Street’s mind-boggling earnings season

Jan 20th 2021THE FATES of the economy and banks are normally closely entwined; when customers endure misfortune, loans go unpaid. The summer was marked by a lull in covid-19 cases and recovering economic activity. Winter has brought with it more infections and shutdowns. Yet banks’ profits were slender in the summer and, as fourth-quarter earnings released between January 15th and 20th revealed, fattened at the end of the...

Martin Lewis says HSBC, first direct, M&S & John Lewis customers could receive £50 cheque

Martin Lewis appeared today on BBC Radio 5 Live with presenter Nihal Arthanayake to discuss a whole host of money-related issues. He provided an important update for a wide range of banking customers who will need to keep an eye out for correspondence they’re set to receive soon. Martin informed listeners there is an important letter set to appear in the post for many, which contains a £50 cheque.Customers...

Trump’s economic legacy: Trade wars, tariffs and tax breaks

As economists reflect on President Donald Trump’s economic legacy, the pandemic is undoubtedly front and center. While first and foremost a public health crisis, Covid-19 decimated the strongest labor market in decades, while economic activity plunged, then rebounded at record levels.Before the pandemic, Trump had shaped the American economy in ways that reflected his worldview — a go-it-alone, America-first outlook on trade, a hands-off approach to corporate operations...
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