Melburnians are limited to travelling 25km from home for one week.
Premier Investments has raised its full-year retail earnings forecast by about 90 per cent after booming sales this year.
Solomon Lew's company, which owns Just Jeans, Peter Alexander, Smiggle and more, has benefited from Australian and New Zealand stores trading for most of this year compared to the coronavirus lockdowns of early 2020.
Shares were up 0.51 per cent to $27.47.
AMP Capital's new boss is former State Street Global Advisors executive Shawn Johnson.
Mr Johnson will oversee the proposed demerger of AMP Capital's private markets business, which should be completed later this year.
Meanwhile AMP said incoming chief executive Alexis George, who will replace Francesco De Ferrari, will start on August 2.
AMP shares were higher by 0.2 per cent to $1.20.
Adelaide casino operator SkyCity forecast a full-year net profit after tax of between $NZ84 million and $NZ88 million.
The company had a net loss of $NZ66.3 million last financial year due to the coronavirus.
Shares were even at $3.31.
The miners were having a good day.
BHP was up 0.63 per cent to $48.60. Fortescue jumped by 2.19 per cent to $23.33. Rio Tinto climbed 0.56 per cent to $125.62.
In banking, the big four were all lower. ANZ fared worst and lost 1.48 per cent to $28.26.
Bank of Queensland shed 1.62 per cent to $8.76.
The Australian dollar was buying 77.52 US cents at 1200 AEST, higher from 77.40 US cents at Thursday's close.