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As the popularity of online video games continues to grow, all eyes are on the virtual economies that are emerging around them.
Interesting times lie ahead for insurers, who are readying for more transparency under a new accounting standard while preparing for a heavy flow of potential pandemic-related claims.
Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) have been in the headlines ever since celebrity supporters Elon Musk, Snoop Dogg and Mark Cuban expressed their interest in them. Are NFTs hype or the start of a revolution?
South Australia’s 2021-22 budget provides the second act to last year’s COVID -stimulus, while keeping the government’s economic powder dry ahead of next election.
The 2021-22 budget delivers an expansionary budget that increases the fiscal deficit for the coming financial year. While NSW is experiencing a faster-than-expected economic recovery, it won’t get to full recovery until successful vaccine roll-out and re-opening of Australia’s international borders.
There’s a new regulatory scheme putting large businesses’ payment habits under the microscope. You should have heard of Payment Times Reporting Scheme by now, because it began in Australia on January 1 2021.
The 2021-22 budget has a jobs fund as its centrepiece but the state won’t experience full economic recovery until a successful national COVID-19 vaccine roll-out and re-opening of Australia’s international borders.
Several central banks around the world, including those of the European Union, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and Japan, have introduced negative interest rates to bolster their economies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Has this bold strategy produced the desired effect?
In March 2020, COVID-19 claimed one of its most high-profile "victims" - the Tokyo Olympic Games. The cost of the delay may make it the most expensive games yet. Given the financial risks, is hosting the Olympic Games worth the investment?