3 March 2021
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5 things you need to know today

39% of recruiting businesses are struggling to hire employees, cabinet minister accused of rape to speak publicly today, ASIC commences legal action against REST, and MORE.

Something’s good about this data

Vaccinations on the rise, infections are down. Soon Covid-19 will be Yesterday’s news.

Keep an eye on the share market this week

Shares remain at risk of a short-term correction after having run up so hard in recent months.

Investment markets and key developments over the past week

Australian shares were boosted early last week to their highest level in nearly a year by strong earnings results, but reversed course as concerns around rising bond yields weighed with the week seeing sharp falls in utilities, consumer staple, real estate and energy stocks.

Things are getting better, for all we know

Global share markets rebounded last week and new coronavirus cases continue to decline globally in most regions, with new deaths starting to follow. Things are looking up.

What’s happening around the globe?

Global share markets fell over the past week hit by a combination of concerns around coronavirus vaccine efficacy and roll out and delays to extra US stimulus as US retail day traders added to volatility.

Will interest rates start to go up?

Will the continuing run of mostly strong Australian data shift the RBA from dovish to hawkish?

I got locked down, but I got up again!

Nothing’s gonna keep the irrepressible Shane Oliver from giving you his views on Trump’s exit, Biden’s new presidency and Covid vaccinations, and how all this will impact our share market!

Economic round-up: what’s going on?

Share markets down, Aussie dollar on the up, vaccinations kick off and more!

Local & global coronavirus update

The roll out of vaccines and US stimulus optimism have seen global markets move higher, while the latest coronavirus outbreak in Sydney weighed on Australian shares.

Go Australia!

Things seem relatively positive for the Australian share market and the $A.

Hang on, vaccine’s on the way

While Coronavirus cases are still rising in many countries, the good news is that a vaccine is out there and there’s a good chance of reaching herd immunity globally by the end of 2021 or early 2022.

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