The world could look very different to investors in three months

The passage of the US election will also provide investors with greater clarity, particularly regarding the relationship with China. Goldman Sachs thinks that decoupling between the world’s two biggest economies is poised to continue no matter who wins, though Joe Biden would be less likely to employ tariffs.

COVID-19 Spells Trouble For Europe’s Pensions, and Skyscrapers

Across Western Europe less than half of tenants have been paying their rents on time. Hotels have been especially laggardly, hardly surprising given occupancy rates have fallen to as low as 15%. “The impact of COVID-19 on sentiment in the commercial property sector was always going to make for painful reading. However, the erosion in […]

Frontline nurse reveals why Melbourne’s coronavirus pandemic is about to get WORSE as ‘fury and anger’ mounts over crippling lockdown and horror case spike that’s ruined Australia’s COVID-19 recovery

Mr O’Brien called on Victoria’s Labor Government to create a dedicated information hotline to support affected workers, sole traders and small businesses – letting them know what relief measures they are entitled to and to what degree they can continue trading.

CPA Australia: Hong Kong Businesses to Lead the Way in Fintech Usage in the Coming 12 Months

Mr. Marcellus Wong FCPA, Chairperson of the Greater Bay Area Committee of CPA Australia said “The GBA presents great opportunities for Hong Kong businesses to partner with Mainland companies to intensify their collaboration and adoption of these FinTech products and services, as well as further innovate, enhancing Hong Kong’s position as an international FinTech hub.”

Donald Trump says US generals feel Beirut explosion ‘looks like a terrible attack’

“Terrible scenes out of Beirut after a major explosion. Our hearts go out to those caught up in this tragedy and to our Australian Lebanese community waiting to hear from their loved ones. Australia stands ready to provide our support, including to any Australians affected,” he tweeted.

Liberals’ lack of female representation is costing them votes, so senior women are speaking out

Describing herself as an eternal optimist, Senator Reynolds points to the UK’s Conservative Party, which has overhauled its pre-selection process, changed the mindset of its members and increased the number of women in its ranks from 17 to 67 in a decade, all without quotas.

Coronavirus UPDATES: 135,000 face job cuts at Brit firms as furlough winds down

Coronavirus face masks to become official part of school’s uniform A UK school has become the first to make coronavirus face masks compulsory for all pupils and staff, with parents forking out for specific, school uniform coverings made by a local company.

PGA Championship live stream: how to watch 2020’s first golf Major online from anywhere

Both ESPN linear and CBS can be had together on fuboTV, which offers a FREE 7-day trial  and therefore means you can watch the 2020 PGA Championship for nothing if you play your cards right. Sign up in a breeze, too, and while you do have to input your credit card details to verify your […]

Chinese solar exports fall in 2016 with global anti-dumping measures

Not everyone in the US has agreed with the tariff strategy, of course. Some solar energy advocates have argued that this drives the cost of renewable energy up, which is the opposite of what we want to be doing these days. The EU recently revisited its system of tariffs and duties on Chinese solar equipment, […]