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News.com.au
MYOB inks American Express dealMYOB customers will soon be able to receive bank feeds directly from American E
MYOB inks American Express deal
News.com.au / Posted 44 minutes ago
MYOB customers will soon be able to receive bank feeds directly from American Express in what the accounting software firm says is an Australian first. The agreement, announced today, means MYOB partners and clients who transact with American... Read more
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The Courier
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
The Courier / Posted 50 minutes ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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The Young Witness
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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Western Advocate
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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Manning River Times
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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The North West Star
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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The Border Mail
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some cluesA looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent
Crisis brewing or beat-up? Earnings season should provide some clues
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified. Share investors have been told two starkly different stories about the wild start to the year on the sharemarket. The frightening version is... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Stocks hit the rocks after Asian markets slump Published: 9 February 2016 8:25 PM Pedestrians walk past an electronic board
Stocks hit the rocks after Asian markets slump
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 3 hours ago
Published: 9 February 2016 8:25 PM Pedestrians walk past an electronic board showing the stock market indices of various countries outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, today. A drop in bank shares kept... Read more
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International Business Times
Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Project trumpets code contributions from across 30 founder members The Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Project, an open source blockchain working g
Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Project trumpets code contributions from across 30 founder members
International Business Times / Posted 3 hours ago
The Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Project, an open source blockchain working group, announced that it has received code contributions from across its 30 founding members, which will be reviewed by its newly-formed technical steering committee. The... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Global stocks hit the rocks after Asian markets slumpLONDON: European shares gave up early gains as bank stocks dropped and losses i
Global stocks hit the rocks after Asian markets slump
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 hours ago
LONDON: European shares gave up early gains as bank stocks dropped and losses in Asian markets sent investors scurrying for safe havens. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 dipped 0.1 percent and then leveled off, after touching its lowest levels... Read more
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Business Standard India
Oil prices rise, US crude shrugs off equity slumpUS crude was up 33 cents at $30.02 a barrel at 0720 GMT, after rising as far as
Oil prices rise, US crude shrugs off equity slump
Business Standard India / Posted 5 hours ago
US crude was up 33 cents at $30.02 a barrel at 0720 GMT, after rising as far as $30.30. The contract fell about 4% for the third day on Monday, finishing at $29.69. Global benchmark Brent was up 6 cents at $32.94 a barrel. It settled the previous... Read more
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FOX Business
Oil Rises, U.S. Crude Shrugs Off Equity SlumpCrude oil prices rose on Tuesday, with U.S. crude shrugging off big drops in Ja
Oil Rises, U.S. Crude Shrugs Off Equity Slump
FOX Business / Posted 6 hours ago
Crude oil prices rose on Tuesday, with U.S. crude shrugging off big drops in Japan's stock market and eroding some of the previous session's losses that were driven by festering concerns about global oversupply. U.S. crude was up 33 cents at $30.02... Read more
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FOX Business
Oil Rises, U.S. Crude Shrugs Off Equity SlumpCrude oil prices rose on Tuesday, with U.S. crude shrugging off big drops in Ja
Oil Rises, U.S. Crude Shrugs Off Equity Slump
FOX Business / Posted 6 hours ago
Crude oil prices rose on Tuesday, with U.S. crude shrugging off big drops in Japan's stock market and eroding some of the previous session's losses that were driven by festering concerns about global oversupply. Continue Reading Below U.S. crude... Read more
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TheBull
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per centAsian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to European
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per cent
TheBull / Posted 6 hours ago
Asian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safest of safe-haven assets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term Japanese bonds fell below zero for... Read more
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The Irish Times
Oil prices jump, shrug off equity slump, glut concernsCrude oil prices jumped as much as 2 per cent on Tuesday, shrugging off big dro
Oil prices jump, shrug off equity slump, glut concerns
The Irish Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Crude oil prices jumped as much as 2 per cent on Tuesday, shrugging off big drops in Japan’s stock market and eroding some of the previous session’s losses that were driven by festering concerns about global oversupply. US crude was up 33 cents at... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per cent Asian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to Europe
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per cent
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 hours ago
Asian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safest of safe-haven assets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term... Read more
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Herald Sun
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per cent Asian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to Europe
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per cent
Herald Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
Asian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safest of safe-haven assets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term... Read more
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Weekly Times
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per cent Asian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to Europe
Nikkei nosedives 5.4 per cent
Weekly Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Asian share markets were scorched as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safest of safe-haven assets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeoutAustralian banks led a market rout that wiped more than $40 billion off the sha
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeout
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Australian banks led a market rout that wiped more than $40 billion off the sharemarket amid fears about the financial strength of lenders around the world. After savage falls in banks overseas, shares in the big four Australian lenders dropped 4... Read more
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WA Today
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeoutShares in the big four Australian lenders dropped 4 per cent or more on Tuesday
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeout
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
Shares in the big four Australian lenders dropped 4 per cent or more on Tuesday. Photo: Paul Rovere Australian banks led a market rout that wiped more than $40 billion off the sharemarket amid fears about the financial strength of lenders around the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Investors dump stocks, seek safe havens as bank fears flareAsian share markets were scorched on Tuesday as stability concerns put a torch
Investors dump stocks, seek safe havens as bank fears flare
The Irish Times / Posted 8 hours ago
Asian share markets were scorched on Tuesday as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safest of safe-haven assets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term Japanese bonds fell below... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeoutShares in the big four Australian lenders dropped 4 per cent or more on Tuesday
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeout
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
Shares in the big four Australian lenders dropped 4 per cent or more on Tuesday. Photo: Paul Rovere Australian banks led a market rout that wiped more than $40 billion off the sharemarket amid fears about the financial strength of lenders around the... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Oil prices jump, shrug off equity slump and glut concerns Published: 9 February 2016 3:00 PM The US dollar fell against the Japanese y
Oil prices jump, shrug off equity slump and glut concerns
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 8 hours ago
Published: 9 February 2016 3:00 PM The US dollar fell against the Japanese yen as sentiment towards most risk assets turned bearish amid concerns about banking stability. A declining dollar... Read more
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The Age
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeoutRegulation of banks will be in the spotlight again in 2016. Photo: Paul Rovere
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeout
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
Regulation of banks will be in the spotlight again in 2016. Photo: Paul Rovere Australian banks led a market rout that wiped more than $40 billion off the stock market amid fears about the financial strength of lenders around the world. After... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeoutRegulation of banks will be in the spotlight again in 2016. Photo: Paul Rovere
Bank shares hammered in $40b ASX wipeout
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
Regulation of banks will be in the spotlight again in 2016. Photo: Paul Rovere Australian banks led a market rout that wiped more than $40 billion off the stock market amid fears about the financial strength of lenders around the world. After... Read more
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WA Today
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloffAustralian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing mo
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloff
WA Today / Posted 8 hours ago
Australian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing more than $40 billion in value as investors dumped banking stocks amid growing global concerns about the health of the financial sector. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed at a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Investors dump stocks, seek safe havens as bank fears flareSYDNEY: Asian share markets were scorched on Tuesday as stability concerns put
Investors dump stocks, seek safe havens as bank fears flare
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 hours ago
SYDNEY: Asian share markets were scorched on Tuesday as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safest of safe-haven assets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term Japanese bonds... Read more
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NZCity
NZ shares join global selloffNew Zealand shares fell after the long weekend, catching up on a global selloff
NZ shares join global selloff
NZCity / Posted 9 hours ago
New Zealand shares fell after the long weekend, catching up on a global selloff amid concerns global growth may be faltering. Xero and Orion Health Group were among decliners, while Coats Group rose. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 82.5 points, or 1.3 per... Read more
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The Star
Australian banks under pressure as revenues, dividends seen slowingSYDNEY: Australia's major banks kick off their reporting season this week with
Australian banks under pressure as revenues, dividends seen slowing
The Star / Posted 9 hours ago
SYDNEY: Australia's major banks kick off their reporting season this week with their shares suffering the worst start to a year since the global financial crisis, as a slowing mortgage market and tighter capital rules crimp margins and... Read more
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Market Watch
Crude remains under $30, getting only slight relief from dollar’s routU.S. oil prices rose in Asia on Tuesday, despite receding hopes of a coordinate
Crude remains under $30, getting only slight relief from dollar’s rout
Market Watch / Posted 9 hours ago
U.S. oil prices rose in Asia on Tuesday, despite receding hopes of a coordinated production cut between major oil producers. A Sunday meeting between Saudi Arabia and Venezuela ended without any plans for production cuts, damaging hopes that the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloffAustralian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing mo
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloff
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Australian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing more than $40 billion in value as investors dumped banking stocks amid growing global concerns about the health of the financial sector. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed at a... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloffAustralian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing mo
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloff
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Australian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing more than $40 billion in value as investors dumped banking stocks amid growing global concerns about the health of the financial sector. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed at a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
All Stars, weekend trials: every team line-upAFTER a fantastic start to the pre-season at the Auckland Nines, the 13-man gam
All Stars, weekend trials: every team line-up
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
AFTER a fantastic start to the pre-season at the Auckland Nines, the 13-man game is back this weekend with the Charity Shield, the All Stars game and a whole host of trial fixtures. Check out every line-up as they’re named for this weekend’s... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloffAustralian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing mo
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloff
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Australian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing more than $40 billion in value as investors dumped banking stocks amid growing global concerns about the health of the financial sector. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed at a... Read more
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The Age
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloffAustralian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing mo
ASX bleeds $40b as banks lead savage selloff
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
Australian shares suffered their biggest fall of the year on Tuesday, losing more than $40 billion in value as investors dumped banking stocks amid growing global concerns about the health of the financial sector. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed at a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Teen saved little brother from infernoCromer teen hailed a hero after rescuing his little brother from burning house
Teen saved little brother from inferno
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
Cromer teen hailed a hero after rescuing his little brother from burning house | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Jack, 15, (rear of photo and Kai, 12) amid... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
All Stars, weekend trials: every team lineCharity Shield squads, All Stars teams, NRL trial squads | DailyTelegraph Sear
All Stars, weekend trials: every team line
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
Charity Shield squads, All Stars teams, NRL trial squads | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website AFTER a fantastic start to the pre-season at the Auckland Nines,... Read more
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Perth Now
Jarryd Hayne’s commercial headacheTAKING risks has always come naturally to Jarryd Hayne. He was happy to pack u
Jarryd Hayne’s commercial headache
Perth Now / Posted 9 hours ago
TAKING risks has always come naturally to Jarryd Hayne. He was happy to pack up his entire life to gamble on a longshot of playing in the NFL and he was happy to roll the dice on his most ambitious commercial arrangement — his own clothing line. He... Read more
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Adelaide Now
All Stars, weekend trials: every team line-upAFTER a fantastic start to the pre-season at the Auckland Nines, the 13-man gam
All Stars, weekend trials: every team line-up
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
AFTER a fantastic start to the pre-season at the Auckland Nines, the 13-man game is back this weekend with the Charity Shield, the All Stars game and a whole host of trial fixtures. Check out every line-up as they’re named for this weekend’s... Read more
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SportsFan
Packer to carry big load in Charity Shield Photo Source: AAP Reformed bad boy Russell Packer is ready to shoulder extra
Packer to carry big load in Charity Shield
SportsFan / Posted 9 hours ago
Photo Source: AAP Reformed bad boy Russell Packer is ready to shoulder extra responsibility for St George-Illawarra in the Charity Shield match against South Sydney on Saturday. Packer is among a host of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Stocks dumped for safe havens as bank fears flareSYDNEY: Asian share markets were scorched on Tuesday as stability concerns put
Stocks dumped for safe havens as bank fears flare
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 hours ago
SYDNEY: Asian share markets were scorched on Tuesday as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safest of safe haven assets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term Japanese bonds hit... Read more
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The North West Star
Tom Harley denies Adam Goodes' farewell delayed due to booingSydney football manager Tom Harley has denied the club purposely avoided using
Tom Harley denies Adam Goodes' farewell delayed due to booing
The North West Star / Posted 10 hours ago
Sydney football manager Tom Harley has denied the club purposely avoided using the season-opening clash against Collingwood at ANZ Stadium for Adam Goodes' farewell lap of honour to avoid any chance of more booing from opposition fans. Sydney... Read more
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News.com.au
Hawks hungry for Premier LeagueThe ERNA Hawks are one of 14 team who will be participating in the inaugural Ne
Hawks hungry for Premier League
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
The ERNA Hawks are one of 14 team who will be participating in the inaugural Netball NSW Premier League competition. The Eastwood Ryde Netball Association has announced that it will be competing in the inaugural Netball NSW Premier League Netball... Read more
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News.com.au
Future Fund earning its reward The Future Fund hasn't been voted world's best sovereign investor for nothing
Future Fund earning its reward
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
The Future Fund hasn't been voted world's best sovereign investor for nothing. The fund poured just over a fifth of its $118.4 billion portfolio into cash last year as it took a cautious view of the global investment... Read more
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TheBull
Future Fund earning its rewardThe Future Fund hasn't been voted world's best sovereign investor for nothing.
Future Fund earning its reward
TheBull / Posted 10 hours ago
The Future Fund hasn't been voted world's best sovereign investor for nothing. The fund poured just over a fifth of its $118.4 billion portfolio into cash last year as it took a cautious view of the global investment outlook, predicting greater... Read more
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Perth Now
Future Fund earning its reward The Future Fund hasn't been voted world's best sovereign investor for nothing
Future Fund earning its reward
Perth Now / Posted 10 hours ago
The Future Fund hasn't been voted world's best sovereign investor for nothing. The fund poured just over a fifth of its $118.4 billion portfolio into cash last year as it took a cautious view of the global investment... Read more
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