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The February 2021 Reporting Season for the ASX is all wrapped up with market consensus providing an upbeat outlook for both earnings and dividends through CY2021 an impressive rebound considering the impact of COVID-19 through 2020. Materials and Financials sectors are expected to deliver a strong improvement in underlying earnings with both sectors accounting for 50% of the S&P/ASX300 index.
The recent Australian equities earnings season reflected generally soft conditions and a subdued outlook for Australia’s listed companies.
The Australian Labor Party (ALP) has announced that if it was to win the upcoming Federal Election, it would eliminate the cash refund of excess imputation credits for all recipients with the exception of individuals receiving Centrelink pensions, charities and not-for-profit institutions, and SMSFs that have at least one Centrelink pension or allowance recipient before March 2018.