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TheBull
Aust shares slide as financials weighdecisive winner. In the local market, shares in the financial sector led the d
Aust shares slide as financials weigh
TheBull / Posted an hour ago
decisive winner. In the local market, shares in the financial sector led the downward charge, with the four major banks - Commonwealth Bank, National Australia Bank, Westpac and ANZ - down between 1.3 to 1.9 per cent. Energy shares also continued... Read more
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Money Management
High satisfaction levels for Big FourDespite the continual high profile negative publicity about the Big Four banks
High satisfaction levels for Big Four
Money Management / Posted 3 hours ago
Despite the continual high profile negative publicity about the Big Four banks from media and politicians, the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) retains a clear lead among the big four with 81.4 per cent in terms of satisfaction, according to a survey. Roy... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shocksquid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparenc
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shock
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 hours ago
squid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparency in our banking system Poor Ian Narev, the Commonwealth Bank boss has drawn the short straw yet again and will front the first public hearing in Canberra next Tuesday... Read more
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WA Today
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shocksquid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparenc
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shock
WA Today / Posted 12 hours ago
squid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparency in our banking system Poor Ian Narev, the Commonwealth Bank boss has drawn the short straw yet again and will front the first public hearing in Canberra next Tuesday... Read more
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The Age
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shocksquid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparenc
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shock
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
squid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparency in our banking system Poor Ian Narev, the Commonwealth Bank boss has drawn the short straw yet again and will front the first public hearing in Canberra next Tuesday... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shocksquid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparenc
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shock
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
squid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparency in our banking system Poor Ian Narev, the Commonwealth Bank boss has drawn the short straw yet again and will front the first public hearing in Canberra next Tuesday... Read more
4 related stories
12h
Canberra Times
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shocksquid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparenc
Busy billionaire Robert Millner still has time to swoop on TPG stock shock
Canberra Times / Posted 12 hours ago
squid" Goldman Sachs. Today the Govt announced changes to increase transparency in our banking system Poor Ian Narev, the Commonwealth Bank boss has drawn the short straw yet again and will front the first public hearing in Canberra next Tuesday... Read more
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14h
Illawarra Mercury
Oil output freeze deal unlikely, but OPEC is movingan implicit oil price floor," he said, adding that the levels at which producti
Oil output freeze deal unlikely, but OPEC is moving
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 hours ago
an implicit oil price floor," he said, adding that the levels at which production will be frozen remain contentious. Commonwealth Bank commodities analyst Vivek Dhar said a statement demonstrating a willingness to co-operate was far more... Read more
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Sky News Australia
ASX ends flat as US presidential debate loomsdropped 31 cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $43.73. The major finance stocks were ba
ASX ends flat as US presidential debate looms
Sky News Australia / Posted 17 hours ago
dropped 31 cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $43.73. The major finance stocks were barely higher with the biggest bank, Commonwealth Bank, flat at $73.40. KEY FACTS: At the close on Monday, the benchmark SP/ASX 200 index was up 0.1 points at... Read more
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17h
Kiama Independent
The collective cost of late fees is close to $300 million, Commonwealth Bank research showswith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The collective cost of late fees is close to $300 million, Commonwealth Bank research shows
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
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Manning River Times
The collective cost of late fees is close to $300 million, Commonwealth Bank research showswith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The collective cost of late fees is close to $300 million, Commonwealth Bank research shows
Manning River Times / Posted 17 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The collective cost of late fees is close to $300 million, Commonwealth Bank research showswith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The collective cost of late fees is close to $300 million, Commonwealth Bank research shows
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
7 related stories
18h
Canberra Times
The whopping cost of paying our bills latewith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The whopping cost of paying our bills late
Canberra Times / Posted 18 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
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19h
The Age
The whopping cost of paying our bills latewith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The whopping cost of paying our bills late
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
7 related stories
19h
WA Today
The whopping cost of paying our bills latewith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The whopping cost of paying our bills late
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
7 related stories
20h
TheBull
ASX flat ahead of US presidential debatedropped 31 cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $43.73. The major finance stocks were ba
ASX flat ahead of US presidential debate
TheBull / Posted 20 hours ago
dropped 31 cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $43.73. The major finance stocks were barely higher with the biggest bank, Commonwealth Bank, flat at $73.40. KEY FACTS: * At the close on Monday, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index was up 0.1 points... Read more
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21h
TheBull
Oil producers look to limit outputArabia, is willing to cut output by around 500,000 barrels per day provided tha
Oil producers look to limit output
TheBull / Posted 21 hours ago
Arabia, is willing to cut output by around 500,000 barrels per day provided that Iran limits output at current levels. As Commonwealth Bank Commodity Analyst Vivek Dhar has highlighted “If the reports are correct the compromise shows the intent of... Read more
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21h
Sydney Morning Herald
The whopping cost of paying our bills latewith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The whopping cost of paying our bills late
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
7 related stories
22h
Brisbane Times
The whopping cost of paying our bills latewith the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money"
The whopping cost of paying our bills late
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 hours ago
with the top reasons being "forgot when it was due", "didn't have enough money", and "misplaced/deleted the bill". The Commonwealth Bank's survey of more than 1000 people found the average fee for a late payment of a bill was $24, leading it to... Read more
7 related stories
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The Courier
Oil output freeze deal unlikely, but OPEC is movingan implicit oil price floor," he said, adding that the levels at which producti
Oil output freeze deal unlikely, but OPEC is moving
The Courier / Posted yesterday
an implicit oil price floor," he said, adding that the levels at which production will be frozen remain contentious. Commonwealth Bank commodities analyst Vivek Dhar said a statement demonstrating a willingness to co-operate was far more... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Corporate cash for same-sex marriage a 'myth', say advocatesmarriage, lobby group Australian Marriage Equality was hitting the phones to co
Corporate cash for same-sex marriage a 'myth', say advocates
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
marriage, lobby group Australian Marriage Equality was hitting the phones to corporate Australia. Big brands like Qantas, Commonwealth Bank and Telstra signed up for a full-page newspaper ad. One of the most enthusiastic recruits was Tony... Read more
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Manning River Times
Corporate cash for same-sex marriage a 'myth', say advocatesmarriage, lobby group Australian Marriage Equality was hitting the phones to co
Corporate cash for same-sex marriage a 'myth', say advocates
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
marriage, lobby group Australian Marriage Equality was hitting the phones to corporate Australia. Big brands like Qantas, Commonwealth Bank and Telstra signed up for a full-page newspaper ad. One of the most enthusiastic recruits was Tony... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Corporate cash for same-sex marriage a 'myth', say advocatesmarriage, lobby group Australian Marriage Equality was hitting the phones to co
Corporate cash for same-sex marriage a 'myth', say advocates
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 days ago
marriage, lobby group Australian Marriage Equality was hitting the phones to corporate Australia. Big brands like Qantas, Commonwealth Bank and Telstra signed up for a full-page newspaper ad. One of the most enthusiastic recruits was Tony... Read more
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Business Wire
Commonwealth Bnk Aus UK Regulatory AnnouncementCOMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA Issue of EUR 25,000,000 Collared Floating Rate
Commonwealth Bnk Aus UK Regulatory Announcement
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA Issue of EUR 25,000,000 Collared Floating Rate Notes due 25 June 2017 Series 4843 Tranche 1 ISSUE NAME. Our Ref. MC6340 ISIN Code. XS0520192229 INTEREST AMT PER DENOM. CURRENCY CODE. EUR DAY BASIS. 30/360 BOND... Read more
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WA Today
ASX surges in $39b relief rallythe charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.
ASX surges in $39b relief rally
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
the charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.5 per cent, Westpac up 2.5 per cent and Commonwealth Bank enjoying a 1.6 per cent lift. Gold stocks surged initially after global central banks failed to tighten... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX surges in $39b relief rallythe charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.
ASX surges in $39b relief rally
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
the charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.5 per cent, Westpac up 2.5 per cent and Commonwealth Bank enjoying a 1.6 per cent lift. Gold stocks surged initially after global central banks failed to tighten... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX surges in $39b relief rallythe charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.
ASX surges in $39b relief rally
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
the charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.5 per cent, Westpac up 2.5 per cent and Commonwealth Bank enjoying a 1.6 per cent lift. Gold stocks surged initially after global central banks failed to tighten... Read more
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The Age
ASX surges in $39b relief rallythe charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.
ASX surges in $39b relief rally
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
the charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.5 per cent, Westpac up 2.5 per cent and Commonwealth Bank enjoying a 1.6 per cent lift. Gold stocks surged initially after global central banks failed to tighten... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX surges in $39b relief rallythe charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.
ASX surges in $39b relief rally
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
the charge, up 4.7 per cent over the week. National Australia Bank closed up 3.5 per cent, Westpac up 2.5 per cent and Commonwealth Bank enjoying a 1.6 per cent lift. Gold stocks surged initially after global central banks failed to tighten... Read more
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Western Advocate
Banking on the power of the peopleFour” banks have continued to invest in fossil fuels. Despite publicly declari
Banking on the power of the people
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
Four” banks have continued to invest in fossil fuels. Despite publicly declaring support for the two degree limit, the Commonwealth Bank, ANZ, NAB and Westpac have loaned a combined $5.6 billion to fossil fuels around the world. Personally, my... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Forget the wealth effect: You're not as rich as you think you arebelieved, the result may be the same: a global economy mired in a prolonged per
Forget the wealth effect: You're not as rich as you think you are
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
believed, the result may be the same: a global economy mired in a prolonged period of stagnation. Satyajit Das is a former Commonwealth Bank and Citigroup banker, whom Bloomberg named one of the world's 50 most influential financial figures in... Read more
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WA Today
Forget the wealth effect: You're not as rich as you think you arebelieved, the result may be the same: a global economy mired in a prolonged per
Forget the wealth effect: You're not as rich as you think you are
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
believed, the result may be the same: a global economy mired in a prolonged period of stagnation. Satyajit Das is a former Commonwealth Bank and Citigroup banker, whom Bloomberg named one of the world's 50 most influential financial figures in... Read more
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Money Management
Financial Wisdom to take Bankwest Financial Advice customersCommonwealth Bank (CBA) subsidiary, Bankwest, will be closing its salaried advi
Financial Wisdom to take Bankwest Financial Advice customers
Money Management / Posted 4 days ago
Commonwealth Bank (CBA) subsidiary, Bankwest, will be closing its salaried advice business as the CBA looks to transition to a model where advice will be provided through its Financial Wisdom licence. The CBA announced the current advice team would... Read more
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Money Management
Bankwest to exit financial adviceCommonwealth Bank (CBA) subsidiary, Bankwest, will be closing its salaried advi
Bankwest to exit financial advice
Money Management / Posted 4 days ago
Commonwealth Bank (CBA) subsidiary, Bankwest, will be closing its salaried advice business as the CBA looks to transition to a model where advice will be provided through its Financial Wisdom licence. The CBA announced the current advice team would... Read more
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Canberra Times
Relief rally rolls onmark when trading opens today, taking its weekly gain to 104 points or 2 per ce
Relief rally rolls on
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
mark when trading opens today, taking its weekly gain to 104 points or 2 per cent. 2. Stocks to watch: BHP Billiton and Commonwealth Bank's US-traded securities (American depository receipts) are both pointing to fairly flat opens, although... Read more
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WA Today
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continuesrally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Bra
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continues
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
rally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Braig 2. Stocks to watch: BHP Billiton and Commonwealth Bank's US-traded securities (American depository receipts) are both pointing to fairly flat opens, although... Read more
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The Age
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continuesrally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Bra
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continues
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
rally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Braig 2. Stocks to watch: BHP Billiton and Commonwealth Bank's US-traded securities (American depository receipts) are both pointing to fairly flat opens, although... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continuesrally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Bra
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continues
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
rally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Braig 2. Stocks to watch: BHP Billiton and Commonwealth Bank's US-traded securities (American depository receipts) are both pointing to fairly flat opens, although... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continuesrally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Bra
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continues
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
rally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Braig 2. Stocks to watch: BHP Billiton and Commonwealth Bank's US-traded securities (American depository receipts) are both pointing to fairly flat opens, although... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continuesrally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Bra
ASX to open higher as Fed rally continues
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
rally on hopes the era of cheap money will go on a bit longer. Photo: Peter Braig 2. Stocks to watch: BHP Billiton and Commonwealth Bank's US-traded securities (American depository receipts) are both pointing to fairly flat opens, although... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on holdper cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on hold
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
per cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended the day mixed, with ANZ Banking Group and Commonwealth Bank of Australia slightly weaker.Market moversFederal Reserve Equity markets around the region soared after... Read more
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The Age
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on holdper cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on hold
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
per cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended the day mixed, with ANZ Banking Group and Commonwealth Bank of Australia slightly weaker.Market moversFederal Reserve Equity markets around the region soared after... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on holdper cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on hold
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
per cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended the day mixed, with ANZ Banking Group and Commonwealth Bank of Australia slightly weaker.Market moversFederal Reserve Equity markets around the region soared after... Read more
4 related stories
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WA Today
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on holdper cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on hold
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
per cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended the day mixed, with ANZ Banking Group and Commonwealth Bank of Australia slightly weaker.Market moversFederal Reserve Equity markets around the region soared after... Read more
4 related stories
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Brisbane Times
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on holdper cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended
ASX up on gold miners as Federal Reserve keeps rates on hold
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
per cent, while Rio Tinto also rallied, up 3.3 per cent. The bank stocks ended the day mixed, with ANZ Banking Group and Commonwealth Bank of Australia slightly weaker.Market moversFederal Reserve Equity markets around the region soared after... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
From bank teller to diesel mechanicTHIS Rockhampton girl isn't afraid to get her hands dirty. Dannielle Weston sw
From bank teller to diesel mechanic
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
THIS Rockhampton girl isn't afraid to get her hands dirty. Dannielle Weston swapped her life as a Commonwealth Bank teller to become a diesel mechanic and hasn't looked back. The 27-year-old completed her apprenticeship through Hastings Deering and... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares lifted by Wall St strengthgiant Woodside Petroleum rose 46 cents to $27.24. The financial sector also co
Aust shares lifted by Wall St strength
TheBull / Posted 5 days ago
giant Woodside Petroleum rose 46 cents to $27.24. The financial sector also continued to gain ground, led by the Commonwealth Bank, which jumped 56 cents to $73.45. National Australia Bank rose 23 cents to $27.71, ANZ rose 16 cents to... Read more
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TheBull
Bank of Japan's policy lifts sharesper cent, to $27.24, NAB gained 36 cents, or 1.3 per cent, to $27.48, Westpac r
Bank of Japan's policy lifts shares
TheBull / Posted 5 days ago
per cent, to $27.24, NAB gained 36 cents, or 1.3 per cent, to $27.48, Westpac rose 20 cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $29.94 and Commonwealth Bank put on 27 cents, or 0.4 per cent, to $72.89. BHP gained 11 cents to $20.72 and Rio Tinto added 40 cents to... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Don't wait, innovatewas the message about new technology from speakers on a panel at AgQuip 2016 on
Don't wait, innovate
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
was the message about new technology from speakers on a panel at AgQuip 2016 on Thursday. The field days’ major sponsor, Commonwealth Bank, held the AgTech panel, which was hosted by regional and agribusiness general manager Tim Harvey. David... Read more
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TheBull
New RBA governor under the spotlight2014. But Dr Lowe and Mr Morrison agreed now was not the time to engage in any
New RBA governor under the spotlight
TheBull / Posted 5 days ago
2014. But Dr Lowe and Mr Morrison agreed now was not the time to engage in any monetary policy setting "experiments". Commonwealth Bank chief economist Michael Blythe expects the committee to quiz Dr Lowe on his approach to achieving the... Read more
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