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This last week in the headlines money issues caused issues in the bedroom, Macquarie hired it’s first female CEO and Fred Schebesta found new opportunities in cryptocurrency. Dynamic Business has picked the top snippets of the week to share with our readers. 

Research: Money issues causing issues in the bedroom 

Research found that men are more likely to believe that financial stress has a negative effect on their sex life than women, whereas women feel the impacts on their wellbeing. Almost one in 10 (nine per cent) admitted they would sacrifice their relationship for financial confidence.

Macquarie gets its first female CEO

Shemara Wikramanayake will replace Nicholas Moore, who will end a 10-year tenure as managing director and chief executive when he steps down in November. Wikramanayake joined Macquarie in 1987 and has worked for the group in six countries and across several business lines.

Fred Schebesta finds new opportunities in cryptocurrency 

Dynamic business sat down with Fred Schebesta, founder of Finder.com to find out about his latest endeavours. He is doing some incredible things at the moment, with the launch of a new broker service for big cryptocurrency trades, HiveEx.com, which has already processed about $15 million in trades since launching in February.

Have a great weekend and we look forward to sharing the top news with you next week.