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Leading CFD broker TMGM gears up for AO22 with announcement of new marketing campaign

Major Australian Open sponsor TMGM is back for AO22 with exciting new marketing initiatives. [SYDNEY, 7th January 2022] – The Australian Open tennis tournament that’s broadcasted globally is once again returning for another season. AO22 is highly anticipated as Tennis Australia welcomes back fans to Melbourne Park for the live event. The Official Online Trading…

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Cybersecurity: what is and talk about best companies in 2021

Policing the Worldwide Space of the Web Cybercrime is something many of us hear about in the news, but the extent of the problem often escapes us. An attempted hack happens, on average, every 32 seconds. In 2019, 63.8% of all businesses found themselves victims of cyber-attacks. The average cost of cybercrime in the banking…

How to Choose the Right Trading Platform in Volatile Conditions

Being a cryptocurrency trader, you are well aware that cryptocurrency markets have become increasingly volatile of late. Therefore, staying ahead in cryptocurrency trading can be challenging and risky, considering the leading cryptocurrencies fluctuating values. For instance, Bitcoin can trade at a whopping US$45,000 in the morning, and then a single event relating to business, markets,…

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Trainfactory Adds More Courses for New and Expert Traders This Year

The industry of cryptocurrency trading has been increasing in popularity more than ever. As a result, a lot of people are turning their interest to the world of online trading. In order to thrive, you need to be equipped with the knowledge and up-to-date information about the ins and outs of this business. Trainfactory helps…

Proportion of corporate revenue going to profits is on the rise

The amount of revenue earned by Australian corporations which gets sent to shareholders is rising – while the amount received by workers in the form of wages is going down. According to figures, the proportion of gross domestic product (or GDP) at factor income which ended up as of dividends received by shareholders went up…

New data shows modest rise for profits and wages in Q4

Gross operating profits and wages both grew by a modest 0.8 percent during the fourth quarter of last year, while home building and job ads slumped in yet more signs that the economy is losing traction ahead of the official GDP report and the central bank’s policy meeting this week. The latest data for profits…

Australian home prices fell 0.7% in February

Australian home prices fell 0.7% in February according to new figures released by CoreLogic as the recent downward trend extended beyond the major cities of Sydney and Melbourne to other areas of the country. The latest decline means prices are now 7% lower compared to the peak boom period. The new data showed Darwin had…

Business investment up 2% in Q4, spending outlook strong

There was a welcome boost for the economy on Thursday as new data released by the Australia Bureau of Statistics showed a better-than-expected jump in business investment for the December quarter of 2018. Investment increased 2% to A$30.09 billion during the final three months of the year, which is the biggest rise for three years…

Value of construction work falls for second successive quarter

The value of Australia’s construction sector slumped for the second consecutive quarter in late 2018 following larger than expected falls for residential and engineering work. The 3.1% decline in the fourth quarter was considerably lower than the 0.4% gain that had been forecast. The new data published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) adds…

Treasurer says IMF gave economy “big tick” despite growth warnings

Treasurer of Australia Josh Frydenberg says the International Monetary Fund is confident the country remains on course to deliver steady economic growth after giving it a ‘big tick’ and praising its ‘robust’ and ‘resilient’ economy, despite emerging downside risks. IMF warned on Monday that Australia’s wages are now projected to grow by just 0.3% during…