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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Share market closes higher despite dollar hitting six-year lowShare market closes slightly higher despite dollar hitting six-year low The Au
Share market closes higher despite dollar hitting six-year low
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 57 minutes ago
Share market closes slightly higher despite dollar hitting six-year low The Australian share market has finished slightly higher after another day of wild swings and despite the dollar falling to its lowest level in more than six years. The All... Read more
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The Border Mail
Indi MP denies Anzac rebuffCathy McGowan overlooked for many of official parts of Anzac launch MEMBER for
Indi MP denies Anzac rebuff
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
Cathy McGowan overlooked for many of official parts of Anzac launch MEMBER for Indi Cathy McGowan was relegated to a minor role during the Spirit of Anzac centenary exhibition launch in Wodonga on Friday attended by Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Ms... Read more
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The Border Mail
Indi MP denies Anzac snubCathy McGowan overlooked for many of official parts of Anzac launch MEMBER for
Indi MP denies Anzac snub
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Cathy McGowan overlooked for many of official parts of Anzac launch MEMBER for Indi Cathy McGowan was relegated to a minor role during the Spirit of Anzac centenary exhibition launch in Wodonga on Friday attended by Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Ms... Read more
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WA Today
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
WA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust dollar below US70c in late tradeOngoing global economic worries have pushed the Australian dollar to a fresh si
Aust dollar below US70c in late trade
Business Spectator / Posted 2 hours ago
Ongoing global economic worries have pushed the Australian dollar to a fresh six year low. At 1700 AEST on Friday, the currency was trading at 69.83 US cents, down from 70.16 cents on Thursday. It hit a low of 69.59 US cents on Friday afternoon,... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dastyari sees Dracula behind the DollarmitesSenator Sam Dastyari questions whether banks should be in schools providing fin
Dastyari sees Dracula behind the Dollarmites
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Senator Sam Dastyari questions whether banks should be in schools providing financial advice Photo: Daniel Munoz Watch out kids, Labor Senator Sam Dastyari has your Commonwealth Bank Dollarmite account in his sights. At a Melbourne hearing of his... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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The Age
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
Market edges higher ahead of US jobs dataThe share market has closed slightly higher in a see-sawing session ahead of th
Market edges higher ahead of US jobs data
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 3 hours ago
The share market has closed slightly higher in a see-sawing session ahead of the release of important jobs figures in the US. Many investors were sitting on the sidelines as they waited for US non-farm payrolls data to be released on Friday, Quay... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Market edges higher ahead of US jobs dataThe share market has closed slightly higher in a see-sawing session ahead of th
Market edges higher ahead of US jobs data
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
The share market has closed slightly higher in a see-sawing session ahead of the release of important jobs figures in the US. Many investors were sitting on the sidelines as they waited for US non-farm payrolls data to be released on Friday, Quay... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks close slightly higherThe Australian sharemarket ended the day slightly higher as investors held fire
Aust stocks close slightly higher
Business Spectator / Posted 3 hours ago
The Australian sharemarket ended the day slightly higher as investors held fire pending the announcement of US employment data tonight and the reopening of Chinese sharemarkets on Monday. At the 4.15pm (AEST) official market close, the benchmark... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Authority says it will fix large leak in DuncansvilleStarting at a century-old pipe owned by the Duncansville Borough, the water str
Authority says it will fix large leak in Duncansville
Altoona Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
Starting at a century-old pipe owned by the Duncansville Borough, the water stream trickles from its origin at First Commonwealth Bank and travels hundreds of yards to Capitol Press as of Thursday afternoon. The stream has flowed for weeks,... Read more
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Crikey
Mayne: crunch time for 1 million Aussies in bank capital raisings –More than 1 million Australian shareholders in ANZ and the Commonwealth Bank ha
Mayne: crunch time for 1 million Aussies in bank capital raisings –
Crikey / Posted 5 hours ago
More than 1 million Australian shareholders in ANZ and the Commonwealth Bank have an important decision to make before 5pm next Tuesday, when both issuers simultaneously close their respective capital raisings. Should retail investors take up the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Singapore's DBS eyes Australian expansionDBS Group chief executive Piyush Gupta says closer integration with Asia is "in
Singapore's DBS eyes Australian expansion
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
DBS Group chief executive Piyush Gupta says closer integration with Asia is "inexorable". Photo: Louise Kennerley Southeast Asia's biggest bank, DBS Bank, says a squeeze on the margins that big Australian banks make from lending to large corporate... Read more
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Reuters
Euro on the defensive after dovish ECB, USD awaits payrollsA woman holds a 20 and 50 Euro bank notes in front of an ATM in this illustrati
Euro on the defensive after dovish ECB, USD awaits payrolls
Reuters / Posted 8 hours ago
A woman holds a 20 and 50 Euro bank notes in front of an ATM in this illustration picture taken in Bern January 16, 2015. SYDNEY The euro nursed losses early on Friday, having come under broad pressure after the European Central Bank gave a sobering... Read more
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Queensland Times
Quicker queues for Caloundra Music Festival goersTHE Caloundra Music Festival is set to embrace cashless technology to give fest
Quicker queues for Caloundra Music Festival goers
Queensland Times / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Caloundra Music Festival is set to embrace cashless technology to give festival goers more time enjoying the entertainment and less time queuing. The October 2-5 event will utilise Commonwealth Bank's world-leading EFTPOS tablet Albert to... Read more
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Business Spectator
NAB's clarion call for reformNAB’s Andrew Thorburn tells Business Spectator's Alan Kohler & Robert Gottliebs
NAB's clarion call for reform
Business Spectator / Posted 10 hours ago
NAB’s Andrew Thorburn tells Business Spectator's Alan Kohler & Robert Gottliebsen:-- The bank’s decision to be the first major lender to seek capital didn't really give it a significant advantage-- The likelihood of Australia entering a recession is... Read more
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Business Standard India
Australian bank against funding Adani's mineThe National Australian Bank is now the second of Australia's four big banks to
Australian bank against funding Adani's mine
Business Standard India / Posted 14 hours ago
The National Australian Bank is now the second of Australia's four big banks to say no the embattled Carmichael mineThe National Australian Bank is now the second of Australia's four big banks to say no the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Adani loses key customer for Carmichael mine in AustraliaKorean major LG will not buy coal from 16 bn dollar project, says deal with Ada
Adani loses key customer for Carmichael mine in Australia
Business Standard India / Posted 17 hours ago
Korean major LG will not buy coal from 16 bn dollar project, says deal with Adani Mining is non-bindingIn a fresh setback for Indian mining giant Adani in Australia, one of its key customers... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists"As far as reaching a bottom, I don't think we'll know what that is until Chine
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists
Canberra Times / Posted 18 hours ago
"As far as reaching a bottom, I don't think we'll know what that is until Chinese growth picks up": Adam Boyton, Deutsche Bank chief economist. Photo: Jim Rice Economists are warning the Australian dollar is falling with no end in sight, with some... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbersAnalysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Wes
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbers
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 hours ago
Analysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Westpac Banking Corp's chief executive Brian Hartzer has been urged to set out a plan for cost reductions at the bank's strategy update on Monday, including reducing the... Read more
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WA Today
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbersAnalysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Wes
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbers
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
Analysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Westpac Banking Corp's chief executive Brian Hartzer has been urged to set out a plan for cost reductions at the bank's strategy update on Monday, including reducing the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists"As far as reaching a bottom, I don't think we'll know what that us until Chine
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 hours ago
"As far as reaching a bottom, I don't think we'll know what that us until Chinese growth picks up": Adam Boyton, Deutsche Bank chief economist. Photo: Jim Rice JRZ Economists are warning the Australian dollar is falling with no end in sight, with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists"As far as reaching a bottom, I don't think we'll know what that us until Chine
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
"As far as reaching a bottom, I don't think we'll know what that us until Chinese growth picks up": Adam Boyton, Deutsche Bank chief economist. Photo: Jim Rice JRZ Economists are warning the Australian dollar is falling with no end in sight, with... Read more
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WA Today
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economistsEconomists are warning the Australian dollar is falling with no end in sight, w
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Economists are warning the Australian dollar is falling with no end in sight, with some saying it could reach as low as half a US dollar before beginning to rise again. Most analysts had been predicting the dollar would slump to US70¢ by early in... Read more
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The Age
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbersAnalysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Wes
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbers
The Age / Posted yesterday
Analysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Westpac Banking Corp's chief executive Brian Hartzer has been urged to set out a plan for cost reductions at the bank's strategy update on Monday, including reducing the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbersAnalysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Wes
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Analysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Westpac Banking Corp's chief executive Brian Hartzer has been urged to set out a plan for cost reductions at the bank's strategy update on Monday, including reducing the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbersAnalysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Wes
Westpac urged to reduce branch numbers
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Analysts say Westpac needs to get its costs down. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Westpac Banking Corp's chief executive Brian Hartzer has been urged to set out a plan for cost reductions at the bank's strategy update on Monday, including reducing the... Read more
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The Age
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economistsEconomists are warning the Australian dollar is falling with no end in sight, w
Australian dollar could fall to US50c: economists
The Age / Posted yesterday
Economists are warning the Australian dollar is falling with no end in sight, with some saying it could reach as low as half a US dollar before beginning to rise again. Most analysts had been predicting the dollar would slump to US70¢ by early in... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NAB rules out funding Adani's $16bn Carmichael coal mineNAB the latest to rule out funding Adani's $16 billion Carmichael coal mine Th
NAB rules out funding Adani's $16bn Carmichael coal mine
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
NAB the latest to rule out funding Adani's $16 billion Carmichael coal mine The National Australia Bank has become the latest to announce that it will not fund the Adani company's controversial $16 billion Carmichael coal mine in Queensland's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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The Age
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
The Age / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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WA Today
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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Times of Malta
Australia’s Q2 growth lowest in two yearsAustralia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second
Australia’s Q2 growth lowest in two years
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
Australia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second quarter due in part to a sharp fall in export volumes, official data showed yesterday, knocking the Australian dollar to its lowest in over six years. The Australian... Read more
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Business Standard India
Major Australian bank decides against funding Adani's Carmichael mineThe National Australian Bank is now the second of Australia's four big banks to
Major Australian bank decides against funding Adani's Carmichael mine
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
The National Australian Bank is now the second of Australia's four big banks to say no the embattled Carmichael mineThe National Australian Bank is now the second of Australia's... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist saysDeutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall bel
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist says
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Deutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall below US60 cents. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui The economist who early last year made the then outrageous prediction that the Australian dollar could slide to US66¢ by the end... Read more
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WA Today
Retail sales slip for first time in 14 monthsSo you've bought it - but what happens if you discover it's 'not quite right'?
Retail sales slip for first time in 14 months
WA Today / Posted yesterday
So you've bought it - but what happens if you discover it's 'not quite right'? Photo: Louie Douvis Retail sales fell 0.1 per cent in July, the first nationwide decline since May last year. The surprisingly-weak data follows news that Australia's... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist saysDeutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall bel
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist says
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Deutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall below US60 cents. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui The economist who early last year made the then outrageous prediction that the Australian dollar could slide to US66¢ by the end... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Retail sales slip for first time in 14 monthsSo you've bought it - but what happens if you discover it's 'not quite right'?
Retail sales slip for first time in 14 months
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
So you've bought it - but what happens if you discover it's 'not quite right'? Photo: Louie Douvis Retail sales fell 0.1 per cent in July, the first nationwide decline since May last year. The surprisingly-weak data follows news that Australia's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist saysDeutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall bel
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Deutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall below US60 cents. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui The economist who early last year made the then outrageous prediction that the Australian dollar could slide to US66¢ by the end... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist saysDeutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall bel
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist says
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Deutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall below US60 cents. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui The economist who early last year made the then outrageous prediction that the Australian dollar could slide to US66¢ by the end... Read more
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The Age
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist saysDeutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall bel
Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche economist says
The Age / Posted yesterday
Deutsche Bank chief economist Adam Boyton says the Aussie dollar might fall below US60 cents. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui The economist who early last year made the then outrageous prediction that the Australian dollar could slide to US66¢ by the end... Read more
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News.com.au
NAB wasn't asked for mine funding - Adanibreaking news The NAB says it will not fund the controversial Carmichael coa
NAB wasn't asked for mine funding - Adani
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
breaking news The NAB says it will not fund the controversial Carmichael coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin.Source: AAP INDIAN business giant Adani has downplayed the significance of a major... Read more
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MacNN
Apple again adds 18 more financial partners to Apple Pay listList tops 450 US partner banks and institutions on eve of possible expansionOn
Apple again adds 18 more financial partners to Apple Pay list
MacNN / Posted yesterday
List tops 450 US partner banks and institutions on eve of possible expansionOn Wednesday, Apple added another 18 US banks and credit unions to the list of institutions now supporting Apple Pay with their issued credit and debit cards. The total... Read more
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Brisbane Times
National Australia Bank rules out funding Adani's Carmichael coal mineA NAB spokesperson said the bank has no plans to be involved in financing Adani
National Australia Bank rules out funding Adani's Carmichael coal mine
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
A NAB spokesperson said the bank has no plans to be involved in financing Adani's Carmichael coal project. Photo: Glenn Hunt National Australia Bank has said it will not fund what would be the biggest coal mine in Australia, Adani's $16 billion... Read more
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The Border Mail
Qantas card says no play, you payWith airlines in such a parlous state, I guess you gotta do what you can to mak
Qantas card says no play, you pay
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
With airlines in such a parlous state, I guess you gotta do what you can to make a buck. With airlines in such a parlous state, I guess you gotta do what you can to make a buck. And Qantas appears to be doing just that with the appropriately named... Read more
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