The current COVID-19 situation is introducing levels of volatility in foreign currency markets not seen since the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.
Australians impacted by COVID-19 who are seeking a payment pause or deferral on their loan repayments, need not worry about the impact on their credit report, confirms consumer education website CreditSmart.
"Although the coronavirus is fueling the demand for cannabis, listed corporations in the industry don't seem to be benefiting yet," said Kryptoszene analyst Raphael Lulay.
The survey reveals nearly a third (32 per cent) of employed Australians are either in credit or have under $100 left in their pocket, after paying all their essentials each month.
The Australian Lottery and Newsagents Association (ALNA) is urging landlords to step up and create arrangements with their retailers that properly acknowledge the significant reductions in turnover occurring, as the Federal Government has done.
The global economy is likely to be headed for recovery from a coronavirus-triggered downturn within six months – but only if mass testing is rolled out now and governments guarantee to support demand.
Coronavirus – not Brexit, nor the 2008 financial crash – is likely to deliver the biggest hammer blow to the British pound, warns deVere Group CEO Nigel Green