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The Daily Mercury
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make moneyfor the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Austra
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money
The Daily Mercury / Posted 53 minutes ago
for the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Australia's most prestigious postcodes, where Macquarie Bank has tightened lending on apartments because of fears of oversupply. WHY YOU PROBABLY CAN'T FIND SOMEWHRE TO... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make moneyfor the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Austra
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
for the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Australia's most prestigious postcodes, where Macquarie Bank has tightened lending on apartments because of fears of oversupply. WHY YOU PROBABLY CAN'T FIND SOMEWHRE TO... Read more
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Queensland Times
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make moneyfor the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Austra
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money
Queensland Times / Posted an hour ago
for the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Australia's most prestigious postcodes, where Macquarie Bank has tightened lending on apartments because of fears of oversupply. WHY YOU PROBABLY CAN'T FIND SOMEWHRE TO... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make moneyfor the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Austra
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money
The Morning Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
for the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Australia's most prestigious postcodes, where Macquarie Bank has tightened lending on apartments because of fears of oversupply. WHY YOU PROBABLY CAN'T FIND SOMEWHRE TO... Read more
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News Mail
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make moneyfor the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Austra
Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money
News Mail / Posted an hour ago
for the Coast's property market contrasts with ominous signs for some of Australia's most prestigious postcodes, where Macquarie Bank has tightened lending on apartments because of fears of oversupply. WHY YOU PROBABLY CAN'T FIND SOMEWHRE TO... Read more
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Money Management
Client wellbeing front and centrein 2015. She has been the Quantam's principal adviser since 2004. She started h
Client wellbeing front and centre
Money Management / Posted 2 hours ago
in 2015. She has been the Quantam's principal adviser since 2004. She started her career at PwC in 2002, before moving to Macquarie Bank. She is the only practitioner financial planner in Australia to hold qualifications in accounting, financial... Read more
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Money Management
Claire Mackay joins accounting ethical standards boardWe’re worth more: Super fund planners "The Board welcomes Ms Mackay's range an
Claire Mackay joins accounting ethical standards board
Money Management / Posted 2 hours ago
We’re worth more: Super fund planners "The Board welcomes Ms Mackay's range and depth of expertise which includes roles at Macquarie Bank and PwC." Mackay said she was honoured to represent accountants nationwide and looked forward to broadening... Read more
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The Courier
Half of new apartments built and bought by offshore investors: industry expertto get banks to lend them the final balance to settle their off-the-plan purcha
Half of new apartments built and bought by offshore investors: industry expert
The Courier / Posted 18 hours ago
to get banks to lend them the final balance to settle their off-the-plan purchases. Fairfax Media this week revealed Macquarie Bank recently hit the brakes on lending for high-rise towers in up to 120 postcodes nationwide. Mr Papaleo shied... Read more
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The Age
Half of new apartments built and bought by offshore investors: industry expertto get banks to lend them the final balance to settle their off-the-plan purcha
Half of new apartments built and bought by offshore investors: industry expert
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
to get banks to lend them the final balance to settle their off-the-plan purchases. Fairfax Media this week revealed Macquarie Bank recently hit the brakes on lending for high-rise towers in up to 120 postcodes nationwide. Mr Papaleo shied... Read more
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The Border Mail
Half of new apartments built and bought by offshore investors: industry expertto get banks to lend them the final balance to settle their off-the-plan purcha
Half of new apartments built and bought by offshore investors: industry expert
The Border Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
to get banks to lend them the final balance to settle their off-the-plan purchases. Fairfax Media this week revealed Macquarie Bank recently hit the brakes on lending for high-rise towers in up to 120 postcodes nationwide. Mr Papaleo shied... Read more
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The North West Star
Analysts predict tough times to continue for Oricaa bottom in the commodity cycle downturn, despite commodity prices including ir
Analysts predict tough times to continue for Orica
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
a bottom in the commodity cycle downturn, despite commodity prices including iron ore rallying through March and April. Macquarie Bank warns the question for investors is whether Orica's earnings have bottomed or if downgrades will persist, with... Read more
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WA Today
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800its peak, the need for a weaker currency will force the central bank to cut dee
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800
WA Today / Posted yesterday
its peak, the need for a weaker currency will force the central bank to cut deeper into its easing cycle. It comes after Macquarie Bank last week also forecast interest rates to fall to 1 per cent or lower, lamenting the lack of fiscal stimulus... Read more
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Canberra Times
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800its peak, the need for a weaker currency will force the central bank to cut dee
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
its peak, the need for a weaker currency will force the central bank to cut deeper into its easing cycle. It comes after Macquarie Bank last week also forecast interest rates to fall to 1 per cent or lower, lamenting the lack of fiscal stimulus... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800its peak, the need for a weaker currency will force the central bank to cut dee
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
its peak, the need for a weaker currency will force the central bank to cut deeper into its easing cycle. It comes after Macquarie Bank last week also forecast interest rates to fall to 1 per cent or lower, lamenting the lack of fiscal stimulus... Read more
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The Age
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800and Daniel Blake say a rate cut to 1 per cent will be risk management rather th
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800
The Age / Posted yesterday
and Daniel Blake say a rate cut to 1 per cent will be risk management rather than stimulate the economy. It comes after Macquarie Bank last week also forecast interest rates to fall to 1 per cent or lower, lamenting the lack of fiscal stimulus... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800and Daniel Blake say a rate cut to 1 per cent will be risk management rather th
Morgan Stanley tips RBA to cut to 1pc, ASX at 4800
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
and Daniel Blake say a rate cut to 1 per cent will be risk management rather than stimulate the economy. It comes after Macquarie Bank last week also forecast interest rates to fall to 1 per cent or lower, lamenting the lack of fiscal stimulus... Read more
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WA Today
Perth City Link blow: Mirvac aborts key land deal with State Governmentwas predicted, they didn't listen, and as a result, taxpayers are paying for it
Perth City Link blow: Mirvac aborts key land deal with State Government
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
was predicted, they didn't listen, and as a result, taxpayers are paying for it." The announcement on Tuesday came on the same day Macquarie Bank named the inner Perth area as susceptible to growing risk from record levels of apartment construct... Read more
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News.com.au
The stories you need to know todayMalcolm Turnbull has been voted likeable but arrogant among Aussie voters. Aus
The stories you need to know today
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Malcolm Turnbull has been voted likeable but arrogant among Aussie voters. Australia’s black-listed suburbs revealed Macquarie Bank has tightened lending for apartments, with a leaked list of “risky postcodes” revealed to the public. Ultimo,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Postcodes to affect more home loanswill make it tougher for Australians to buy apartments and units in inner-city
Postcodes to affect more home loans
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
will make it tougher for Australians to buy apartments and units in inner-city and other high-density areas. A move by Macquarie Bank this week to require minimum 30 per cent deposits for apartment purchases in more than 100 higher-risk suburbs... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Postcodes to affect more home loanswill make it tougher for Australians to buy apartments and units in inner-city
Postcodes to affect more home loans
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
will make it tougher for Australians to buy apartments and units in inner-city and other high-density areas. A move by Macquarie Bank this week to require minimum 30 per cent deposits for apartment purchases in more than 100 higher-risk suburbs... Read more
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Perth Now
Postcodes to affect more home loanswill make it tougher for Australians to buy apartments and units in inner-city
Postcodes to affect more home loans
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
will make it tougher for Australians to buy apartments and units in inner-city and other high-density areas. A move by Macquarie Bank this week to require minimum 30 per cent deposits for apartment purchases in more than 100 higher-risk suburbs... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office towera second Automotive trust by Charter Hall, which combined, has boosted the grou
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office tower
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
a second Automotive trust by Charter Hall, which combined, has boosted the group's funds under management to $17 billion. Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney, has been bought by Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley... Read more
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WA Today
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office towera second Automotive trust by Charter Hall, which combined, has boosted the grou
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office tower
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
a second Automotive trust by Charter Hall, which combined, has boosted the group's funds under management to $17 billion. Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney, has been bought by Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office towerMacquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney, has bee
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office tower
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney, has been bought by Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley and sold by Brookfield. Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing have jointly bought the distinctive Macquarie... Read more
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Canberra Times
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office towera second Automotive trust by Charter Hall, which combined, has boosted the grou
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office tower
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
a second Automotive trust by Charter Hall, which combined, has boosted the group's funds under management to $17 billion. Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney, has been bought by Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley... Read more
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The Age
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office towerMacquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney, has bee
Charter Hall pays $525m for Shelley St office tower
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney, has been bought by Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley and sold by Brookfield. Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing have jointly bought the distinctive Macquarie... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Westpac loosens investor loans while Macquarie tightens high-rise lendingavoids buyers in high-rise developments, although Westpac has just relaxed some
Westpac loosens investor loans while Macquarie tightens high-rise lending
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
avoids buyers in high-rise developments, although Westpac has just relaxed some of its investor restrictions. Key points: Macquarie Bank has named 120 postcodes around the country where it is forcing buyers of high-rise apartments to stump up more... Read more
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WA Today
Miners lead ASX into the redequity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey als
Miners lead ASX into the red
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
equity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey also suggested last week he may be interested. Macquarie Bank were flat at $69.68 after it stated it was planning to hit the brakes on lending to high rise and high density... Read more
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Canberra Times
Miners lead ASX into the redequity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey als
Miners lead ASX into the red
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
equity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey also suggested last week he may be interested. Macquarie Bank were flat at $69.68 after it stated it was planning to hit the brakes on lending to high rise and high density... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Miners lead ASX into the redequity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey als
Miners lead ASX into the red
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
equity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey also suggested last week he may be interested. Macquarie Bank were flat at $69.68 after it stated it was planning to hit the brakes on lending to high rise and high density... Read more
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The Age
Miners lead ASX into the redequity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey als
Miners lead ASX into the red
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
equity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey also suggested last week he may be interested. Macquarie Bank were flat at $69.68 after it stated it was planning to hit the brakes on lending to high rise and high density... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Miners lead ASX into the redequity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey als
Miners lead ASX into the red
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
equity firms Bain Capital, TPG and KKR. Harvey Norman chairman Gerry Harvey also suggested last week he may be interested. Macquarie Bank were flat at $69.68 after it stated it was planning to hit the brakes on lending to high rise and high density... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
Is Anyone Thinking About the Taxpayers of Tomorrow?Interest rates have taken centre stage this week. Macquarie Bank has led other
Is Anyone Thinking About the Taxpayers of Tomorrow?
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 6 days ago
Interest rates have taken centre stage this week. Macquarie Bank has led other banks in predicting the cash rate falling to 1.00%. This is a far cry from what the institutional analysts were saying a little over 18 months ago. Here’s an extract... Read more
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SameSame
Here's Australia's top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusionacknowledged for their significant contribution to LGBTI workplace inclusion in
Here's Australia's top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusion
SameSame / Posted 6 days ago
acknowledged for their significant contribution to LGBTI workplace inclusion include: CEO of the Year: Greg Ward, CEO Macquarie Bank Executive Leadership Award: Supt Tony Crandell, NSW Police Regional Inclusion Champion: Steve Rieniets,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Centuria & Blackrock spend $279m on Zenith Centresaid. Another sale due for completion is the office tower at 1 Shelley Street
Centuria & Blackrock spend $279m on Zenith Centre
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
said. Another sale due for completion is the office tower at 1 Shelley Street at Kings Street Wharf in Sydney, leased to Macquarie Bank. It is being sold by Brookfield as part of its strategic divestment to raise money for its $1 billion Wynyard... Read more
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Perth Now
Australia’s top 20 pro-LGBTI companiesis the full list of the top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusion this year: 1. Wes
Australia’s top 20 pro-LGBTI companies
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
is the full list of the top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusion this year: 1. Westpac Group 2. Commonwealth Bank 4. Macquarie Bank / the University of Western Australia 6. Uniting 7. National Australia Bank 8. Accenture 9. Australian... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australia’s top 20 pro-LGBTI companiesis the full list of the top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusion this year: 1. Wes
Australia’s top 20 pro-LGBTI companies
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
is the full list of the top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusion this year: 1. Westpac Group 2. Commonwealth Bank 4. Macquarie Bank / the University of Western Australia 6. Uniting 7. National Australia Bank 8. Accenture 9. Australian... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Australia’s top 20 pro-LGBTI companiesis the full list of the top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusion this year: 1. Wes
Australia’s top 20 pro-LGBTI companies
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
is the full list of the top 20 employers for LGBTI inclusion this year: 1. Westpac Group 2. Commonwealth Bank 4. Macquarie Bank / the University of Western Australia 6. Uniting 7. National Australia Bank 8. Accenture 9. Australian... Read more
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Business Wire
Delaware Investments® Dividend and Income Fund, Inc. Announces Self-Tender Offer for up to Five Percent of Its SharesAct 1959 (Commonwealth of Australia). The obligations of these entities do not
Delaware Investments® Dividend and Income Fund, Inc. Announces Self-Tender Offer for up to Five Percent of Its Shares
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
Act 1959 (Commonwealth of Australia). The obligations of these entities do not represent deposits or other liabilities of Macquarie Bank Limited (MBL). MBL does not guarantee or otherwise provide assurance in respect of the obligations of these... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinionfact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the AS
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinion
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
fact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the ASIC commissioner leading the case hails from Macquarie Bank. Maybe these Westpac trader conversations on which ASIC is relying in its legal statement of claim have... Read more
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WA Today
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinionfact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the AS
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinion
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
fact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the ASIC commissioner leading the case hails from Macquarie Bank. Maybe these Westpac trader conversations on which ASIC is relying in its legal statement of claim have... Read more
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The Age
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinionfact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the AS
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinion
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
fact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the ASIC commissioner leading the case hails from Macquarie Bank. Maybe these Westpac trader conversations on which ASIC is relying in its legal statement of claim have... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinionfact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the AS
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinion
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
fact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the ASIC commissioner leading the case hails from Macquarie Bank. Maybe these Westpac trader conversations on which ASIC is relying in its legal statement of claim have... Read more
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Canberra Times
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinionfact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the AS
Banks guilty of rigging rates in the court of public opinion
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
fact that ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft is a former senior banker and that the ASIC commissioner leading the case hails from Macquarie Bank. Maybe these Westpac trader conversations on which ASIC is relying in its legal statement of claim have... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
CalPERS Invests in Toll Road Even Though Those Deals Consistently Lose MoneyCalPERS is not investing in a new deal but a restructuring of a deal gone bad,
CalPERS Invests in Toll Road Even Though Those Deals Consistently Lose Money
Naked Capitalism / Posted 8 days ago
CalPERS is not investing in a new deal but a restructuring of a deal gone bad, which was originally done by industry leader Macquarie Bank and is now in the hands of IFH Investors, another major Australian player and the seventh largest... Read more
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WA Today
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocksAustralia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on t
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocks
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
Australia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on the market, as it traded ex-dividend. Macquarie Bank also traded ex-dividend and fell 1.5 per cent to $71.02. Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 0.9 per cent to... Read more
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The Age
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocksAustralia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on t
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocks
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Australia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on the market, as it traded ex-dividend. Macquarie Bank also traded ex-dividend and fell 1.5 per cent to $71.02. Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 0.9 per cent to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocksAustralia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on t
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocks
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Australia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on the market, as it traded ex-dividend. Macquarie Bank also traded ex-dividend and fell 1.5 per cent to $71.02. Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 0.9 per cent to... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocksAustralia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on t
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocks
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
Australia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on the market, as it traded ex-dividend. Macquarie Bank also traded ex-dividend and fell 1.5 per cent to $71.02. Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 0.9 per cent to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocksAustralia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on t
ASX climbs as oil fuels gains in energy and mining stocks
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
Australia Bank which fell 3.1 per cent to $28.13, the biggest overall drag on the market, as it traded ex-dividend. Macquarie Bank also traded ex-dividend and fell 1.5 per cent to $71.02. Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 0.9 per cent to... Read more
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