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The country’s largest shopping malls are taking a hard line against chains calling for rent relief amid a wave of store closures.

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COMMENTARY

Premier’s Lew picks perfect time for battle

Solly Lew knows better than most — you should never waste a good crisis.

Just Jeans

Thousands of jobs go as shops shut

In one of the blackest days for Australian retail, tens of thousands of jobs were lost and shops prepared to bring down the shutters.

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Generic photo of Australian cash with a model house

Virus fallout

Squeeze looms for RMBS sector

Borrowers unable to pay home loans are set to cause a liquidity ‘shortfall’ in the $400bn residential mortgage-backed securities sector.

ANZ Chairman David Gonski addresses the room during the ANZ Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in Brisbane, Tuesday, December 17, 2019. (AAP Image/Sarah Marshall) NO ARCHIVING

Banking response

Banks ‘can’t save everyone’: ANZ’s Elliott

Banks making ‘life or death decisions literally every hour’ for businesses and households.

A worker uses a forklift to stack Brambles Ltd.'s CHEP pallets at CHEP's Dandenong South Service Centre outside Melbourne, Australia, on Monday, Aug. 17, 2009. Brambles Ltd., the world's biggest supplier of pallets used to move and store goods in factories, will announce full-year earnings on Aug. 20, 2009. Photographer: Luis Enrique Ascui/Bloomberg

EXCLUSIVE

Brambles, Linfox ride high

Pallets giant Brambles and logistics firm Linfox are beneficiaries of surge buying in grocery stores in the US, Europe and Australia.

Canvas - Rod Clement - Margin Call for 27-03-2020

MARGIN CALL

Mosman feels the property blues

Has the Mosman merchant bankers’ luxury property merry-go-round stopped?

construction

Brickmaker hits slow response

Australia’s largest brickmaker says the government has acted too slowly to contain the coronavirus.

Airline crisis

Downgrade cuts Virgin Australia to ‘substantial risk’

Virgin Australia’s woes have continued with another credit ratings agency downgrading the airline to a “substantial risk”.

Superannuation

‘ATO can handle super cash’

The Actuaries Institute has backed ASFA’s calls to have the ATO make the early release super payments directly to individuals.

Editor's Picks

Commentary

net interest

Loan fears haunt fintechs

A day of reckoning is fast approaching for the local fintech ­sector and buy-now-pay-later ­juggernauts Afterpay and Zip.

Joyce Moullakis Senior Banking Reporter

COMMENTARY

Premier’s Lew picks perfect time for battle

Solly Lew knows better than most — you should never waste a good crisis.

John Durie Senior Writer/Columnist

Markets

‘Earnings recession’ on the cards

Australian shares rose for a third day on Wednesday, but rising unemployment and a looming ‘earnings recession’ is a worry.

David Rogers Markets Editor

Coronavirus business impact

Aviation

Rex to co-ordinate flights with Qantas, Virgin

REX Airlines

The extraordinary move is designed to keep regional communities connected throughout the coronavirus crisis.

EXCLUSIVE

Brambles, Linfox ride high

A worker uses a forklift to stack Brambles Ltd.'s CHEP pallets at CHEP's Dandenong South Service Centre outside Melbourne, Australia, on Monday, Aug. 17, 2009. Brambles Ltd., the world's biggest supplier of pallets used to move and store goods in factories, will announce full-year earnings on Aug. 20, 2009. Photographer: Luis Enrique Ascui/Bloomberg

Pallets giant Brambles and logistics firm Linfox are beneficiaries of surge buying in grocery stores in the US, Europe and Australia.

The Colette by Colette Hayman storefront at Rhodes Waterside shopping centre in Rhodes, Tuesday, February 4, 2020. Fast fashion accessory chain Colette by Colette Hayman has entered voluntary administration, putting 300 jobs at 140 stores in Australia and NZ at risk. (AAP Image/Derek Rose) NO ARCHIVING

Retail contagion

Colette to close 93 remaining stores

Colette by Colette Hayman to close all its remaining 93 stores affecting 210 staff.

Crown casino in Burswood, Perth Generic

Employment

Crown staff get 2 weeks’ pay

James Packer-backed Crown is agreeing to pay most stood-down casino workers for the next two weeks.

Dataroom

Hahn Beer Campaign

Media

oOh!Media poised for raising

oOh!media’s major shareholder has hired advisory firm Luminis to help with its recapitalisation as the firm looks to lock in $167m of fresh equity.

John McBain and Jason Huljich

DataRoom

Centuria abandons Augusta deal

Centuria Capital has abandoned its $174m purchase of NZ’s August Capital, amid the coronavirus crisis.

DATAROOM

Asset sales tip amid super pressure

Gold nest egg coming to life

Major equity and fixed-income asset sales by the hospitality and retail superannuation funds Hostplus and REST are expected.

DATAROOM

Flight Centre weighs equity raising

Professional studio microphone, recording studio, equipment in the blurry background

Flight Centre and Southern Cross Media are assessing their options for an equity raising as their shares remain suspended.

Margin Call

Canvas - Rod Clement - Margin Call for 27-03-2020

MARGIN CALL

Mosman feels the property blues

Has the Mosman merchant bankers’ luxury property merry-go-round stopped?

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Rod Clement 20200325

MARGIN CALL

Virus hits blue blood Melbourne

A security guard at the prestigious 120 Collins St skyscraper has tested positive to the highly contagious virus.

120 Collins St. Commercial property in CBD.

Margin Call

Virus scare at corporate HQ

High-profile tenants at Melbourne’s 120 Collins Street went into crisis mode after a security guard tested positive to COVID-19.

Media

New Idea and Woman's Day British royal coverage, front covers. Picture: New Idea and Woman's Day

Media

Seven West mag deal under cloud

Bauer is refusing to confirm its purchase of Pacific Magazines will go ahead, despite a green light from the competition regulator.

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Virus disruption

The Bachelor, The Block filming suspended

The Bachelor joins reality show The Block in shutdown amid COVID-19 restrictions, sending contestants home.

Advertising

oOh!media pushing ahead with raising $167m

Brendon Cook, chief executive, oOh! Media

Outdoor advertising company oOh!media’s management looking to slash costs and capital expenditure.

Media

News adds HiberNation feature during virus crisis

Brisbane Town Hall With Michael Miller

A new eight-page section will help keep readers up to date, fully informed and entertained during the coronavirus crisis.

Wealth

Supplied Editorial

Money Cafe Podcast

Money Cafe: Investing, consistency and the bounce

Which stocks might bounce first? Day of reckoning for the fund management industry. Why be consistent when investing?

A waiter wearing a respiratory mask as part of precautiobary measures against the spread of the new COVID-19 coronavirus, hands a capuccino at a cafe in downtown Milan on March 10, 2020. - Italy imposed unprecedented national restrictions on its 60 million people on March 10, 2020 to control the deadly coronavirus, as China signalled major progress in its own battle against the global epidemic. (Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP)

COMMENTARY

Super fund consolidation beckons

Some industry super funds may find that having all their members working in one industry is an unsustainable risk

Markets

Bargain hunters sniff out cash cows

Fortescue Metals Group Mine Tour

Where are the cash-flow rich, dividend paying companies with balance sheets that can handle this crisis?

Superannuation

Super funds lose billions

Heather Ridout & Ian Silk & Martin Fahy

AustralianSuper, IFM Investors, SunSuper and UniSuper have booked billions of dollars in losses across their unlisted assets.

Property

DEXUS

Office property

Dexus dumps earnings forecast

Office property specialist Dexus has joined mall landlords and developers in dumping guidance for this financial year.

Auction pic

Property auctions

Home sales ‘to withstand’ virus lockdown: Ray White

New Zealand home sales continue giving hope the Australian market will withstand the fast-paced changes to property deals.

Demographer

Preparing for the new world

An empty Martin Place is seen In Sydney, Tuesday, March 24, 2020. A shutdown of non-essential services is in effect Australia wide in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi)

After tumultuous world events, Australia has often been see as a safe haven. We can be this again after the coronavirus.

Push for new director ‘disappoints’ Cromwell

Dreamworld Presser

Cromwell Property has lashed out at a dissident shareholder for refusing to postpone a meeting.

Technology

MedAdvisor smartphone app. Picture: Supplied

medicine

‘Uber for pharmacies’ launches

Shares in listed tech outfit MedAdvisor are up by almost 25 per cent after the company announced a new delivery initiative, with Amcal and TerryWhite on board.

Be careful about what you do during video conferences.

WORK FROM HOME GONE WILD

Tips to avoid traps of video calls

A heads up for the isolated new to video conferencing: don’t mix that call with the call of nature.

coronavirus

Tech ‘vital’ for protecting elderly

Supplied Editorial The Umps technology in action. Source: Supplied.

This CEO says his company’s tech can help family members care for their elderly loved ones from afar during the COVID-19 epidemic.

EXCLUSIVE

Airbnb’s call for help

This illustration picture taken on November 22, 2019, shows the logo of the online lodging service Airbnb displayed on a smartphone in Paris. (Photo by Lionel BONAVENTURE / AFP)

The company and other short term rental providers have written a plea to treasurer Josh Frydenberg, as the coronavirus epidemic continues to bite.

The Jacques solution

The Rio Tinto boss says there’s a tsunami of opinion urging action on climate change and it’s time to stop the shouting and work on some answers

EMBARGO FOR THE DEAL 20 MARCH 2020 05-03-20 - Portraits of Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques at the Four Season hotel Sydney for The Deal magazine. Picture by Ryan Osland

The Deal

Read the latest issue of The Deal magazine. Every month in The Australian

Nigel Deeks

Future vision

As head of one of Australia’s biggest quantity surveying companies, Nick Deeks handles projects worth billions.

21/02/2020 Sophia Hamblin Wang is a sustainability entrepreneur, and the chief operations officer of Mineral Carbonation International. Picture: David Geraghty / The Australian.

Catching carbon

She’s trying to turn carbon dioxide into plaster board, but this young entrepreneur has some even bigger plans for Australia

We need to talk about cement

Jay Sanjayan

Concrete is essential to modern life, but it’s no friend to the planet. The rush is on to find a way to make concrete without CO2

Our green super future

Outlook Conference - Day1

If we’re smart, we could turn Australia into a booming manufacturing country based around a low-carbon economy

Business Review Editor

Eric Johnston joined The Australian in July 2014. Previously he was the business editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, overseeing award-winning business coverage and driving investigative reporting. He also has worked at The AFR and as a correspondent with Dow Jones, where his stories appeared in The Wall Street Journal.

Business Review Editor

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