A Sniippet of weekly news

A Sniippet of weekly news

Victoria stole all the headlines this week with spiking coronavirus cases and planes being turned away by the premier. The Australian economy is still suffering but is doing better than most according to the IMF.  Queensland has reopened its borders ...
A Sniippet of weekly news

A Sniippet of weekly news

While coronavirus cases are increasing in some countries and states, recent economic data suggests that Australia’s economy is doing AAA ok. Australian unicorn Canva is doing more than ok with a recent capital raising valuing it at $6bn USD. We ...
A Sniippet of weekly news

A Sniippet of weekly news

In this issue, we see several signs of an improving economy. Meanwhile the stock market recovered ground after being spooked by rising COVID-19 numbers in the US and around the world. We also look at the expected increase in tax ...
A Sniippet of weekly news

A Sniippet of weekly news

In this issue, we learn that happiness gets better after 47 while a 68 woman becomes the first  person to go to space and the deepest part of the ocean. In the real news, the latest data shows that the ...
A Sniippet of weekly news

A Sniippet of weekly news

Welcome back to our third edition of a Sniippet of news.  In this issue, we have crammed in some extra goodness with two new sections: personal finance tips and our meme of the week. It is always good to balance ...
A Sniippet of weekly news

A Sniippet of weekly news

Welcome back to our second edition of a Sniippet of news.  Our one-minute weekly recap looks at some big government announcements and the return of sport. In our article summaries, we look at federal government help for the housing industry, ...
A Sniip of the weekly news

A Sniip of the weekly news

Here at Sniip, we’re making bill paying easier, faster and more manageable. That way, you can have more time for for getting on with the other things in your life, like reading the news. But even the news can do ...
Apple looking pale as coronavirus hits supply chains

Apple looking pale as coronavirus hits supply chains

Despite last week’s positive news from Chinese authorities the coronavirus has sent shockwaves through financial markets again this week. Technology behemoth Apple announced overnight that its supply chain has been affected by the outbreak and that sales for the quarter ...
Floods Replace Flames While Worldwide Virus Fears Ease

Floods Replace Flames While Worldwide Virus Fears Ease

In the words of Dorothea Mackellar the last few weeks have been a period Of droughts and flooding rains. While initially being celebrated the downpours are turning dangerous with many areas now experiencing severe flooding. The ongoing effects of bushfires ...
Bushfires and Coronavirus Cloud the Outlook for the Australian Economy

Bushfires and Coronavirus Cloud the Outlook for the Australian Economy

Welcome to this week’s Sniipet of news. Each week the team at Sniip trawl the web looking for key business and financial stories to sum up and pass along to you. The highs and the lows will always be present ...