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Rubber gloves maker Ansell is sticking to its earnings forecasts as coronavirus boosts demand for its products.

Durie | Governments should be wary about promising what things will be like once the pandemic subsides, says prominent director Sam Mostyn. #ausbiz  #auspol  @John_Durie 

Kohler | Right now, the government needs to get over the idea that the best form of welfare is a job. #auspol  @AlanKohler 

Banks say tens of thousands of businesses will be protected by new, additional measures to extend loan deferrals.

In the space of a week @CommBank  doubled the size of the hit it expects the economy to take, CEO Matt Comyn reveals. #ausbiz  #auspol 

@JoshFrydenberg  insists new rules tightening scrutiny of foreign buyouts are not aimed specifically at China. #ausbiz  #auspol 

The idea that pent-up demand will drive a strong recovery is simply wrong, says Jim Rickards. #ausbiz  @bizticky 

Challenger moves to de-risk investment portfolio: It's sold hundreds of millions of dollars of high-yield corporate bonds and about $1bn in equities amid the #coronavirus  pandemic.

DataRoom | Credit Suisse has embarked on a shakeup within the top of its local ranks. #ausbiz  @BridgetCarterb 

@Qantas  pilots have voted in favour of a new long-haul deal that will see them operate Project Sunrise flights. #ausbiz  #aviation  @ironsider 

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A corporate executive has resigned after being outed as a serial public defecator by vigilant neighbours who photographed him in the act $AOG #ausbiz  #poojogger 

The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions has admitted it does not have the resources to tackle a large stream of legal cases flowing from the #bankingRC  by #ausbiz  #estimates  #ASIC 

Australia has suffered one of the steepest falls in wage growth of any advanced country

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Billions of dollars in overseas CBA transactions not properly monitored, bank review finds.

Ascent of the robots has begun, and it’s not good for humankind

The head of Queensland government-owned Gladstone Ports has been sacked over his handling of a disciplinary matter by @charliepeeled  #ausbiz  #auspol 

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