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Virus-hit Flight Centre to raise $700m

Flight Centre is tapping investors for $700 million as business grinds to a halt.

JobKeeper laws will pass this week: Porter

Attorney-General Christian Porter says the JobKeeper legislation will pass during Wednesday’s emergency sitting of federal parliament.

Umpire backs leave for virus-hit workers

Thousands of workers may become eligible for annual leave at half pay.

Kathmandu announces capital-raising

Outdoor brand looking to raise $201 million after 40 per cent first-half profit drop.

Wesfarmers’ $130m profit from Coles stake

Wesfarmers is selling a 5.2 per cent holding in supermarket Coles.

Hiring decline likely to deepen: LinkedIn

Linkedin research finds the employment crisis is unlikely to end soon.

Morrison defies union advice, rules out wage subsidy

Unions push for wage support as unemployment rises.

Australian stocks to rally on stimulus hopes

Optimism has returned to the market on Tuesday, amid hopes the US is closer to a massive stimulus deal.

24-hour deliveries to stop NSW bulk buying

The NSW government has moved to let supermarkets receive deliveries 24 hours a day.

SA supermarket trading hours extended

The temporary trade times will begin on March 21 and run until April 19.

Australian investors poised for more selling

Investors face another bleak day of panic selling as they wait to hear what the Reserve Bank of Australia will do to ease economic pain.

Volatility reigns as Aust stocks fall 3.3 per cent

Australia’s rollercoaster stock market is down more than three per cent despite strong leads from the US on stimulus plans.

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Investors face another wild day on the ASX

Following its worst one-day loss in history, the ASX gears up for another difficult 24 hours.

Coles limits loo roll sales to single pack

Supermarket giant introduces a further limit of one pack of toilet paper per customer, per shop, saying it’s the “right thing to do”.

Treasurer readies multi-billion stimulus

The federal government to finalise details of an economic stimulus package worth billions of dollars to combat the impacts of the coronavirus.

Single-use bags on chopping block in NSW

Single-use plastic bags could be banned in NSW within 18 months.

Virus stimulus to be aimed at business

A multi-billion dollar stimulus package is expected to be released next week.

Melb’s Queen Victoria Market $35m revamp

Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market is set for a $35 million makeover scheduled for next year.

A diminished Victoria’s Secret sold

Victoria’s Secret is being sold, as consumers push for more diversity in representation.

Oct retail flatlines despite RBA rate cut

Retail flatline further evidence consumers have banked recent stimulus.

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