During share market falls in the early parts of 2020, some Mercer members considered moving their super into a cash investment option.
On Sunday 22 March 2020, the Federal Government announced that eligible individuals will be able to access up to $10,000 of their super for the next two financial years
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Markets have fallen sharply but long-term investors can ride out the storm.
Coronavirus concerns have continued to impact global share markets in recent days.
Without doubt the topic of house prices pops up at dinner tables, backyards, cafés and sports grounds all around Australia.
In December 2018 the United States and China agreed to defer tariff increases and exercise a temporary trade-war truce, giving economists hope that the faltering global economy would rev up again
After a month of record local highs and a US rate cut, financial markets are now focused on the continuing US-China trade tensions and uncertainty around Brexit.
A lot has happened in financial markets over the past six months. We take a look at the ups and downs and consider what lies ahead.
After an optimistic April, sentiment soured in May as US-China tensions shake the global markets.
Widespread concern about the global markets began to ease in April as more positive data began to appear.
Billions of dollars in tax cuts for middle income earners took centre stage last night in this election-year Budget.
The World Bank has warned growing trade tensions risk plunging the world into another global financial crisis.
With household savings at near record lows and rising levels of debt, are middle-class Australians are living in poverty?
With a Federal Election due in 2019 it’s not only government announcements that warrant investors’ attention.
14,000 new high-level home care packages to help older Australians stay in their own homes have been announced.
Over the 2016-17 financial year China accounted for roughly a quarter of Australia's two-way trade.
Old enemies can sometimes become great bedfellows - the ties between Australia and Japan.
Generation X is the least “financially fit generation” in Australia, according to recent research.
Australians dream of financial independence but only a few have a practical plan to achieve it.
New Zealand is Australia’s sixth-largest market, taking about 5% of our exports, including computer parts.
Owning a home is just as much the “Great Australian Dream” for Gen-Y as it was for their parents and grandparents.