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‘Purchasing online is here to stay’: George Bougias predicts property market trends

National Head of Research at Oliver Hume, George Bougias, has shared his predictions for the Australian property market in an interview with Capstone Property. Mr...

George Tharenou on consumer rebound as NSW economy reopens

Investors may be underestimating a rebound in consumer spending when the economy reopens from COVID restrictions and will seek clarity from corporate annual general...

Greece announces higher than expected growth of 6.1% for 2021

Greece’s conservative government on Monday revised its growth estimate upward for the second time in less than a month, following signs of a faster...

Frydenberg unveils biggest deficit since World War II

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has revealed the budget will be in the red by $85.8 billion in 2019-20 and $184.5 billion in 2020-21, marking the...

Mitsotakis hails ‘reasonable and fair’ EU deal to tackle coronavirus crisis

The European Union has reached a “reasonable and fair compromise” that puts at the bloc’s disposal the shared financial resources needed to tackle the...

JobKeeper and JobSeeker extended but eligibility tightened

The Morrison government will cut the JobKeeper wage subsidy at the end of September to $1200 a fortnight for full-time workers and to $750...

Greek PM calls for EU deal on COVID stimulus

Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, said on Sunday he hoped the third day of the EU leaders’ summit will manage to overcome differences and agree...

‘The bills don’t stop coming in,’ says small business owner Penny Kerasiotis

For the businesses operating in postcode 3055, which takes in the inner suburb of Brunswick West, this week wasn't supposed to be a return...

Greece becomes new hotspot for the world’s ultra-rich

Greece’s luxury holiday home market is evolving into a new hotspot for the planet’s ultra-rich. The country has appeared on the radars of individuals...

Greeks appeal to Nicosia lawmakers for return of 300 million euros

Nearly 1,000 Greeks are seeking the return of 300 million euros, which were confiscated from uninsured bank deposits by the Republic of Cyprus in...
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