Australian Financial News
  • News

    Report exposes farm labour exploitation

    Farm workers were paid just $3 an hour to pick blueberries on the NSW north coast, with the revelation sparking calls for a royal commission into the under-fire horticulture sector. The McKell Institute has released [...]
  • News

    Feds fire up the shredder on foreign deals

    The Australian government will soon be able to torpedo deals that states and universities strike with foreign governments. Victoria’s Belt and Road Initiative pact with China could be the first casualty. Scott Morrison says the [...]
  • Business

    Macquarie expands in US with $2.3b buy

    Macquarie Group is expanding in the US and will buy a wealth manager for $2.3 billion and partner with another. Macquarie on Thursday bought all the shares in Waddell & Reed Financial, which is listed [...]
  • News

    Economy is changing gear: Morrison

    A spread of new data shows the economy has entered the final months of 2020 in positive shape with exports rebounding, home loans at record levels and construction activity at a two-year high.  The reports [...]
  • News

    Mexico signs 34 million-dose Pfizer deal

    Mexico has signed an agreement with Pfizer to acquire 34.4 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine. The country expects to receive 250,000 doses in the month of December and will prioritise vaccinating health care workers, the [...]

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