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Australia’s Woolworths names new chairmanSydney - Woolworths Ltd, Australia’s largest supermarket chain, appointed a new
Australia’s Woolworths names new chairman
iol.co.za / Posted 3 minutes ago
Sydney - Woolworths Ltd, Australia’s largest supermarket chain, appointed a new chairman and posted annual results that matched analyst estimates as its key sales measure fell for the first time since at least 2005. Net income was A$2.15 billion... Read more
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Canberra Times
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarketWe know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the fi
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarket
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
We know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the financial world has been totally fixated on the gyrations in China's Shanghai Composite. And rightly so. That market has been suffering alarming declines and stomach... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarketWe know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the fi
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarket
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 hours ago
We know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the financial world has been totally fixated on the gyrations in China's Shanghai Composite. And rightly so. That market has been suffering alarming declines and stomach... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarketWe know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the fi
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarket
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
We know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the financial world has been totally fixated on the gyrations in China's Shanghai Composite. And rightly so. That market has been suffering alarming declines and stomach... Read more
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WA Today
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarketWe know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the fi
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarket
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
We know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the financial world has been totally fixated on the gyrations in China's Shanghai Composite. And rightly so. That market has been suffering alarming declines and stomach... Read more
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The Age
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarketWe know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the fi
Let's face it: we basically know nothing about China's stockmarket
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
We know nothing. Photo: Reuters/Aly Song Over the past couple of weeks the financial world has been totally fixated on the gyrations in China's Shanghai Composite. And rightly so. That market has been suffering alarming declines and stomach... Read more
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Finance Asia
Loans week August 21-27The third largest Telecoms sector facility signed in Asia Pacific in 2015 year-
Loans week August 21-27
Finance Asia / Posted 19 hours ago
The third largest Telecoms sector facility signed in Asia Pacific in 2015 year-to-date SoftBank Group has signed a ¥174.2 billion ($1.5 billion) one-year revolver through joint bookrunners and mandated lead arrangers Citibank, Credit Agricole and... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a closeAll this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and fu
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a close
WA Today / Posted yesterday
All this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and further, according to Westpac chief currency strategist Robert Rennie. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer The Australian dollar continued trading in a tight range on Thursday, putting... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a closeAll this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and fu
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a close
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
All this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and further, according to Westpac chief currency strategist Robert Rennie. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer The Australian dollar continued trading in a tight range on Thursday, putting... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a closeAll this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and fu
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a close
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
All this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and further, according to Westpac chief currency strategist Robert Rennie. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer The Australian dollar continued trading in a tight range on Thursday, putting... Read more
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The Age
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a closeAll this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and fu
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a close
The Age / Posted yesterday
All this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and further, according to Westpac chief currency strategist Robert Rennie. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer The Australian dollar continued trading in a tight range on Thursday, putting... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a closeAll this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and fu
Aussie steadies as volatile week draws to a close
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
All this volatility should have driven the Australian dollar down faster and further, according to Westpac chief currency strategist Robert Rennie. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer The Australian dollar continued trading in a tight range on Thursday, putting... Read more
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WA Today
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earningsBHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earnings
WA Today / Posted yesterday
BHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie faces as he trims capital spending and debt to try to reassure bond investors and ratings companies. Photo: David Mariuz The plunge in... Read more
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The Age
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earningsBHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earnings
The Age / Posted yesterday
BHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie faces as he trims capital spending and debt to try to reassure bond investors and ratings companies. Photo: David Mariuz The plunge in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earningsBHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earnings
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
BHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie faces as he trims capital spending and debt to try to reassure bond investors and ratings companies. Photo: David Mariuz The plunge in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earningsBHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earnings
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
BHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie faces as he trims capital spending and debt to try to reassure bond investors and ratings companies. Photo: David Mariuz The plunge in... Read more
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Canberra Times
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earningsBHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief
BHP Billiton's rating at risk as China's slowdown halves its earnings
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
BHP's 52 per cent drop in underlying earnings underscores the challenges chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie faces as he trims capital spending and debt to try to reassure bond investors and ratings companies. Photo: David Mariuz The plunge in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David MurrayDavid Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David Murray
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
David Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the funding process. Photo: Rob Homer The corporate cop needs more money that is independent of the government because it is busiest when governments are cutting back,... Read more
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WA Today
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David MurrayDavid Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David Murray
WA Today / Posted yesterday
David Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the funding process. Photo: Rob Homer The corporate cop needs more money that is independent of the government because it is busiest when governments are cutting back,... Read more
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The Age
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David MurrayDavid Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David Murray
The Age / Posted yesterday
David Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the funding process. Photo: Rob Homer The corporate cop needs more money that is independent of the government because it is busiest when governments are cutting back,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David MurrayDavid Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David Murray
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
David Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the funding process. Photo: Rob Homer The corporate cop needs more money that is independent of the government because it is busiest when governments are cutting back,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian dollar slides as scepticism over China persists despite policy movesJust as a rally on Wall Street reversed, so began the selling of the Australian
Australian dollar slides as scepticism over China persists despite policy moves
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Just as a rally on Wall Street reversed, so began the selling of the Australian dollar. Euphoria from a relief rally in global sharemarkets faded on Wednesday, bringing the Australian dollar down as much as a cent-and-a-half as more questions than... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David MurrayDavid Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the
ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, says David Murray
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
David Murray says there is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the funding process. Photo: Rob Homer The corporate cop needs more money that is independent of the government because it is busiest when governments are cutting back,... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Market volatility not over yet: HockeyThe Australian share market may have enjoyed another positive finish, but Treas
Market volatility not over yet: Hockey
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
The Australian share market may have enjoyed another positive finish, but Treasurer Joe Hockey has warned investors not to get too comfortable. He believes volatility in share prices is likely to continue for a while yet, although investors should... Read more
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Business Spectator
Volatility not overThe Australian share market may have enjoyed another positive finish, but Treas
Volatility not over
Business Spectator / Posted yesterday
The Australian share market may have enjoyed another positive finish, but Treasurer Joe Hockey has warned investors not to get too comfortable. He believes volatility in share prices is likely to continue for a while yet, although investors should... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Volatility not over yet: HockeyThe Australian share market may have enjoyed another positive finish, but Treas
Volatility not over yet: Hockey
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
The Australian share market may have enjoyed another positive finish, but Treasurer Joe Hockey has warned investors not to get too comfortable. He believes volatility in share prices is likely to continue for a while yet, although investors should... Read more
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WA Today
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowdBuying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowd
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Buying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most reliable ways to make money earlier in the year. Photo: SeongJoon Cho China just gave investors one more reason to shun the most popular trading strategy in the $US5.3... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowdBuying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowd
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Buying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most reliable ways to make money earlier in the year. Photo: SeongJoon Cho China just gave investors one more reason to shun the most popular trading strategy in the $US5.3... Read more
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Canberra Times
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowdBuying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowd
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Buying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most reliable ways to make money earlier in the year. Photo: SeongJoon Cho China just gave investors one more reason to shun the most popular trading strategy in the $US5.3... Read more
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Brisbane Times
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowdBuying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowd
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Buying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most reliable ways to make money earlier in the year. Photo: SeongJoon Cho China just gave investors one more reason to shun the most popular trading strategy in the $US5.3... Read more
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The Age
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowdBuying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most
China's yuan currency shock hits carry-trade crowd
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Buying the yuan with funds borrowed more cheaply elsewhere was one of the most reliable ways to make money earlier in the year. Photo: SeongJoon Cho China just gave investors one more reason to shun the most popular trading strategy in the $US5.3... Read more
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Investopedia
iShares International Select DividendThe (NYSEARCA: IDV) is an exchange-traded fund, or ETF, designed to provide in
iShares International Select Dividend
Investopedia / Posted 2 days ago
The (NYSEARCA: IDV) is an exchange-traded fund, or ETF, designed to provide investors with exposure to highly rated companies that operate outside the United States. IDV tracks the performance and holdings of the... Read more
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The Age
Stone & Chalk names resident start-upsFintech hub Stone & Chalk chairman Craig Dunn. Photo: Chris Pearce The Google
Stone & Chalk names resident start-ups
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Fintech hub Stone & Chalk chairman Craig Dunn. Photo: Chris Pearce The Google-backed, Silicon Valley-based fintech start-up Ripple Labs, which is developing new payments transfer technology, is among a group of 41 start-ups that have joined Stone &... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Red tape adds pressure to credit card interest rates: CBACost of Living Editor John Rolfe reveals the hidden nasty in balance transfer c
Red tape adds pressure to credit card interest rates: CBA
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Cost of Living Editor John Rolfe reveals the hidden nasty in balance transfer credit cards. Commonwealth Bank Chief Executive Officer Ian Narev revealed this month that it made a record $9.15 billion cash profit for the year. Picture: AAP / Dean... Read more
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Perth Now
Red tape adds pressure to credit card interest rates: CBATHINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA s
Red tape adds pressure to credit card interest rates: CBA
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
THINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA says. It’s the fault of regulators and politicians. And it’s going to get worse. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has used its submission to a looming credit card... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Red tape adding pressure to credit card interest rates: CBACost of Living Editor John Rolfe reveals the hidden nasty in balance transfer c
Red tape adding pressure to credit card interest rates: CBA
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Cost of Living Editor John Rolfe reveals the hidden nasty in balance transfer credit cards. Commonwealth Bank Chief Executive Officer Ian Narev revealed this month that it made a record $9.15 billion cash profit for the year. Picture: AAP / Dean... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBACost of Living Editor John Rolfe reveals the hidden nasty in balance transfer c
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBA
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Cost of Living Editor John Rolfe reveals the hidden nasty in balance transfer credit cards. Commonwealth Bank Chief Executive Officer Ian Narev revealed this month that it made a record $9.15 billion cash profit for the year. Picture: AAP / Dean... Read more
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Herald Sun
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBATHINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA s
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBA
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
THINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA says. It’s the fault of regulators and politicians. And it’s going to get worse. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has used its submission to a looming credit card... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBATHINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA s
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBA
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
THINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA says. It’s the fault of regulators and politicians. And it’s going to get worse. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has used its submission to a looming credit card... Read more
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Perth Now
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBATHINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA s
Red tape adding to credit and bank card costs claims CBA
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
THINK your credit card’s interest rate is too high? Don’t blame the bank, CBA says. It’s the fault of regulators and politicians. And it’s going to get worse. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has used its submission to a looming credit card... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global marketsThe Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dolla
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global markets
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
The Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dollar's resilience may be over after it fell to a six-year low on Monday after a Chinese sharemarket rout tipped emerging market currencies into further turmoil. The local... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Apple raises $1.6bn in record bond saleThe iPhone maker may use the proceeds for stock buybacks. The company sold A$1
Apple raises $1.6bn in record bond sale
Computer Business Review / Posted 3 days ago
The iPhone maker may use the proceeds for stock buybacks. The company sold A$1.15bn ($830m) of seven-year notes and $1.1bn ($794m) of four-year securities. Analysts expect the iPhone maker to break the record for the biggest international corporate... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global marketsThe Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dolla
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global markets
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
The Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dollar's resilience may be over after it fell to a six-year low on Monday after a Chinese sharemarket rout tipped emerging market currencies into further turmoil. The local... Read more
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WA Today
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global marketsThe Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dolla
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global markets
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
The Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dollar's resilience may be over after it fell to a six-year low on Monday after a Chinese sharemarket rout tipped emerging market currencies into further turmoil. The local... Read more
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The Age
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global marketsThe Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dolla
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global markets
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
The Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dollar's resilience may be over after it fell to a six-year low on Monday after a Chinese sharemarket rout tipped emerging market currencies into further turmoil. The local... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global marketsThe Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dolla
Australian dollar drops as 'fear takes over' global markets
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
The Australian dollar plunged on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Australian dollar's resilience may be over after it fell to a six-year low on Monday after a Chinese sharemarket rout tipped emerging market currencies into further turmoil. The local... Read more
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CIO
Roundup of Australian banks using cryptocurrency technologyWhat was once seen as two separate worlds unlikely to join forces, banks and cr
Roundup of Australian banks using cryptocurrency technology
CIO / Posted 4 days ago
What was once seen as two separate worlds unlikely to join forces, banks and cryptocurrencies are now starting to come together. Here, we give a quick roundup of Australian banks that are using the technology that underpins many cryptocurrencies – a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Big four banks mauled in bear marketAustralia's big four banks have each fallen more than 20 per cent from their 20
Big four banks mauled in bear market
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
Australia's big four banks have each fallen more than 20 per cent from their 2015 peaks. All of Australia's major banks are in bear-market territory after investors wiped more than $85 billion off their combined market value this year – a drop of... Read more
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WA Today
Big four banks mauled in bear marketAustralia's big four banks have each fallen more than 20 per cent from their 20
Big four banks mauled in bear market
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
Australia's big four banks have each fallen more than 20 per cent from their 2015 peaks. All of Australia's major banks are in bear-market territory after investors wiped more than $85 billion off their combined market value this year – a drop of... Read more
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The Age
Big four banks mauled in bear marketAustralia's big four banks have each fallen more than 20 per cent from their 20
Big four banks mauled in bear market
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Australia's big four banks have each fallen more than 20 per cent from their 2015 peaks. All of Australia's major banks are in bear-market territory after investors wiped more than $85 billion off their combined market value this year – a drop of... Read more
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