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Digital market boards are seen at the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in Sydney, Monday, March 16, 2020. The ASX dropped more than 7 per cent at opening of trade today as concerns over Covid-19 grow.(AAP Image/James Gourley) NO ARCHIVING

Listed investment fund Mirrabooka believes that the market is nearing the bottom and is on the prowl to scoop up cheap stocks.

March 26, 2020

Markets

‘Earnings recession’ on the cards

Yellow cabs line an empty 42nd St. waiting for fares outside Grand Central Terminal, Wednesday, March 25, 2020, in New York. Hospitalizations from COVID-19 were rising faster than expected in New York as residents and leaders prepared for a peak in cases that is expected to still be weeks away. Temporary hospitals, and even a morgue in Manhattan, are being setup. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

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

March 26, 2020

Markets

Stimulus high hopes buoy ASX for third day

People shop for fruit and vegetables at the Queen Victoria Markets, in Melbourne, Thursday, March 26, 2020. A shutdown of non-essential services is in effect Australia wide in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease. (AAP Image/Stefan Postles) NO ARCHIVING

All sectors marched higher for the session led by technology, which notched a 7.4 per cent lift for the day.

March 26, 2020

Technology

‘Uber for pharmacies’ launches

MedAdvisor smartphone app. Picture: Supplied

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.

March 26, 2020

Wealth

Super fund consolidation beckons

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)

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

March 26, 2020

Trading Day

ASX defies gloom to notch 2.3pc lift

Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates As Economic Fallout Continues Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Local shares extended their rally to a six-day high the US Senate passed a giant $3.3 trillion coronavirus rescue bill.

March 26, 2020

Markets

RBA injects $2bn into state bonds

A general view of the Reserve Bank of Australia in Martin Place, Sydney, Tuesday, June 5, 2018. The Reserve Bank has left the cash rate unchanged at 1.5 per cent. (AAP Image/Peter Rae) NO ARCHIVING

The Reserve Bank has injected $2bn into the state government bond market.

March 25, 2020 March 25, 2020

Markets

Trump stimulus sparks share surge

(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 9, 2020 Meric Greenbaum, Designated Market Maker IMC financial looks up at the board before the opening bell right before trading halted on the New York Stock Exchange on in New York. - Wall Street stocks finished another rocky session much lower on March 23, 2020 amid partisan squabbling over a giant stimulus package as the Federal Reserve announced new emergency measures. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP)

An agreement on a massive US fiscal stimulus boosted global equities, commodities and the Australian dollar.

March 25, 2020

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?

March 25, 2020

Markets

US stimulus pumps ASX, $A

Brewery home delivery

A rollercoaster session for Australian shares had the market grasping its first two-day win streak in five weeks.

March 25, 2020

Markets

ASX delays blockchain start

Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates As Economic Fallout Continues Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

The COVID-19 crisis has forced the ASX is to suspend its planned start of its blockchain based replacement for its CHESS clearing system.

March 25, 2020

Markets

Wall St all in as Trump plays his hand

Donald Trump, Mike Pence

The US President gambled everything — but Wall Street backed him. The result? The Dow’s biggest rally since 1933.

March 25, 2020

Markets

Dow posts record rally

A man wearing a face mask takes a selfie at the Charging Bull statue on March 23, 2020 near the New Stock Exchange in New York City. - Wall Street fell early March 23, 2020 as Congress wrangled over a massive stimulus package while the Federal Reserve unveiled new emergency programs to boost the economy including with unlimited bond buying. About 45 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.6 percent at 19,053.17, and the broad-based S&P 500 also fell 0.6 percent to 2,290.31 after regaining some ground lost just after the open. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

Wall Street has posted a stunning rally, climbing a best-ever 2112 points in its biggest one-day jump since the Great Depression.

March 25, 2020

Markets

Bezos, execs sold just in time

(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 22, 2019 Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos speaks after receiving the 2019 International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Excellence in Industry Award during the the 70th International Astronautical Congress at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. - Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon and the world's richest man, said on February 17, 2020 he was committing $10 billion to a new fund to tackle climate change. In a post to his 1.4 million followers on Instagram, the e-commerce tycoon said the Bezos Earth Fund would "fund scientists, activists, NGOs -- any effort that offers a real possibility to help preserve and protect the natural world." (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and other US executives spared themselves $US1.9bn in paper losses by selling shares as the pandemic loomed.

March 25, 2020

Trading Day

US stimulus sparks ASX, $A rally

Workmen are seen working on the Qantas flying kangaroo logo on the side of the Qantas maintenance facility building at Brisbane Airport in Brisbane, Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Qantas has cut its domestic flying capacity by 60 per cent and stood down 20,000 staff. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

A late rally on the ASX clinched its first two-day lift since the start of the coronavirus rout as US politicans reached a deal on their stimulus plan.

March 25, 2020

Markets

Too early to buy in: Funke Kupper

Elmer Funke Kupper

Elmer Funke Kupper is entirely unconvinced by the pundits declaring now is the time to activate dormant share portfolios.

March 25, 2020

Business

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.

March 25, 2020

Markets

Stimulus efforts fuel market rebound

Global sharemarkets, the Australian dollar and industrial commodities rebounded on Tuesday.

March 24, 2020 March 24, 2020

Markets

‘Beware sliced and diced ETFs’

Kate Howitt, Fund Manager at Fidelity

Regulators will clamp down on complex exchange traded funds in the aftermath of the coronavirus crisis, a fund manager says.

March 24, 2020

Companies

Virus halts Endeavour spin-off

Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci speaks to the media during the Woolworths Group Limited Annual General Meeting at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, Monday, December 16, 2019. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

The coronavirus pandemic has killed off the $10bn demerger of Woolworths’ hotels and liquor arm Endeavour for this year.

March 24, 2020

Markets

ASX gains on glimmers of optimism

Mar98 Gold miners Jeff Douglas and Stephen Burchell, Nuggetty ranges. f/l

A potential boost to the US stimulus package was one factor helping to fuel a last-minute ASX 200 surge.

March 24, 2020

Markets

Hedge funds ramp up exit fees

A currency dealer monitors exchange rates in a trading room at KEB Hana Bank in Seoul on March 9, 2020. - South Korean shares tumbled by more than 4 percent on March 9 as foreign investors went on a massive selling spree in the face of growing coronavirus concerns and a crash in oil prices, with the benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) plunging 4.2 percent. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je / AFP)

Hedge funds have quietly raised charges for investors who want to cash out their holdings, in some cases by up to 2000pc.

March 24, 2020

Trading Day

Late surge sends ASX to daily high

Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates As Economic Fallout Continues Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

All sectors finished higher to cap a 4.2pc rebound on the ASX, with tech and real estate names the key outperformers.

March 24, 2020

Financial Services

Bad debt fears spark bank rout

A composite image of signage of Australia's 'big four' banks ANZ, Westpac, the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) and the National Australia Bank (NAB) signage in Sydney, Saturday, May 5, 2018. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

A surge of customer interest in bank hardship packages has intensified fears of a huge blowout in bad debts.

March 23, 2020 March 23, 2020

Business

Tech darlings lose their appeal

Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates As Economic Fallout Continues Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

ASX's listed tech darlings were pummelled on Monday with Afterpay tumbling almost 30 per cent.

March 23, 2020

Markets

Rout continues on global markets as US squabbles

Trading Temporarily Halted Yet Again During Market Hours, As Dow Dips Below 10 Percent During Intraday Trading

Global shares and commodities were slammed amid increasingly harsh lockdowns to limit the spread of coronavirus

March 23, 2020

Mining & Energy

Freedom falls victim to oil’s slide

An oil tanker truck passes through farmland on the Bakken Shale Formation, near Williston, North Dakota, on September 6, 2016. Only a few years ago workers from across the US flooded into this once booming oil town with the expectation of easily finding well-paid work, but those days are gone in Williston - the epicenter of the US oil boom (and subsequent bust) and a town of 27,000 people that's doubled in size in the last six years. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn BECK

Crashing oil prices and virus turmoil sparked Australia’s first corporate collapse with Freedom Oil and Gas striking trouble.

March 23, 2020

Property

Mall owners cop hit as crisis bites

A man sits at a cafe ahead of a nationwide shut down of cafes, restaurant and licensed venues at midday today in Sydney, Monday, March 23, 2020. Pubs, clubs, gyms, cinemas and places of worship will be shut from midday on Monday, while restaurants and cafes will have to switch to takeaway only in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19. (AAP Image/James Gourley) NO ARCHIVING

The plight of malls, which have emptied out of customers except for shoppers chasing necessities, has hit the listed sector.

March 23, 2020

Companies

Virus reality hits casino operators

A general view outside Crown Casino in Melbourne, Monday, March 23, 2020. Crown Casino is among venues that will close for at least three weeks from Monday to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus. (AAP Image/Scott Barbour) NO ARCHIVING

James Packer’s Crown is closing gaming floors and Tasmanian rival Federal is standing down workers as new rules hit casinos.

March 23, 2020

Property

Theme park, cinema stocks plunge

Dreamworld CEO

Australia’s small pool of listed ­leisure stocks face a grim battle for corporate survival as investors dumped their stock on Monday.

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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