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Aussies spend big on fashion post-lockdown

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Australian retail sales soared 7.3% to a record high $33.4bn in November 2021. Online retailing remained as the preferred method of shopping for Aussies with $3.7bn spent online in November. Clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing jumped 38.2% as Aussies emerged from lengthy lockdowns. Australian retail sales rose 7.3% to a record high $33.4 billion for the month of November 2021 as harsh lockdowns along

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Aussies spend big on fashion post-lockdown

Australian retail sales soared 7.3% to a record high $33.4bn in November 2021. Online retailing remained as the preferred method of shopping for Aussies with $3.7bn spent online in November. Clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing jumped 38.2% as Aussies emerged from lengthy lockdowns. Australian retail sales rose 7.3% to a record high $33.4 billion for the month of November 2021 as harsh lockdowns along

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Employment to boom 1624% by 2030 for Australia’s digital economy

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Australia’s university sector is facing the perfect storm of closed international borders and increased competition from the United Kingdom and the United States as enrolments fell by 16% during the

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One in five businesses say they currently don’t have enough staff. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. Almost 20% of Australian businesses

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2022 industry and market analysis forecasting skewed as COVID causes havoc

December forecasts suggested the Australian economy will recover quickly from the lockdown headwinds of 2021. Yet a wave of COVID-19 cases sweeping through the country has turned outlooks for 2022

...read more

Aussies to exhale in 2022 as inflation steadies

The RBA expects Australia’s economy to recover next year. Inflation growth to steady before rising more noticeably in 2023. Quantitative easing (QE) could resume in February 2022. Australians are expected

...read more

Employment to boom 1624% by 2030 for Australia’s digital economy

Crypto and related digital assets will help shape Australia’s future. Digital assets currently employ about 11,600 people in the country. The sector will contribute $68.4 billion to the economy by

...read more

Australia to emerge as economic powerhouse in 2022

Australia’s economy is set to become the world’s 13th largest in 2022. The country’s nominal GDP will reach about A$2.1 trillion next year. AI, healthcare, and equity markets to be

...read more

Morrison government’s EV policy unveiled.

The Morrison government released its electric vehicle policy with a theme of ‘choice not mandate’ governing the policy guidelines. What has the government included? ○ Total spend: $250 million. ○

...read more

Why have 1 in 10 young Aussie adults cancelled their private health insurance?

With the COVID 19 pandemic placing increased pressure on our financial situations, one in ten young adults are cancelling their private health insurance to cost-cut during these uncertain economic times.

...read more

Are you team IDT or CSL to make local COVID-19 vaccines?

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‘Fortress Australia’ strangling Universities as international enrolments slide

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Australia’s university sector is facing the perfect storm of closed international borders and increased competition from the United Kingdom and the United States as enrolments fell by 16% during the

...read more

Struggle street to find staff

One in five businesses say they currently don’t have enough staff. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. Almost 20% of Australian businesses

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