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2014/11/22 18:07
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A YOUNG man caught the eye of several media representatives at the recent 12th International Borneo Research Council Conference in Sabah. He was a Kenyah. And from the sound of the name of his...
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2014/11/21 13:12
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The Australia Institute estimates the value of unpaid overtime worked by Australians across a year is $110 billion. So why do we do it? If you're thinking about giving your employer a Christmas...
2014/11/19 19:53
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Economy needs more than a housing recovery Combined capital city home values rose 8.9 per cent over the past year, but the rate of growth is slowing after peaking at 11.5 per cent in April...
2014/11/19 06:17
2014/11/19 06:17
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... news Growth pick-up still some way off TREASURER Joe Hockey is holding back his mid-year budget review until he gets the latest official economic growth reading due in early December. HE...
2014/11/19 06:05
2014/11/19 06:05
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THERE'S growing evidence the economy is gaining momentum, but not all the indicators are pointing in the right direction yet. TWO separate reports, one from Westpac and the other from Dun &...
2014/11/18 23:06
2014/11/18 23:06
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THE Australian market looks set to open higher following gains on Wall Street and European markets after data showed German investor confidence had returned for the first time this year. At 0645 AEST...
2014/11/14 14:55
2014/11/14 14:55
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The Westpac Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment rose by 1.9 per cent in November from 94.8 in October to 96.6 in November. The Index is 12.5 per cent below its level of a year ago and 3.6...
2014/11/14 08:10
2014/11/14 08:10
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A preview of next week's Australian economic data, November 17 to 21: AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS (ABS) NEW MOTOR VEHICLES SALES Last result: Sales of new motor vehicles rose 2.9 per cent in...
2014/11/14 06:05
2014/11/14 06:05
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ECONOMISTS have found a range of news in wages and confidence data that could be seen as positive or negative, typical of an economy at a turning point. AMP'S chief economist Shane oliver is prone to...
2014/11/14 04:15
2014/11/14 04:15
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Retail stocks hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St Nicholas would bring the bull market this year. Retail stocks hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St Nick would bring the bull...
2014/11/14 01:46
2014/11/14 01:46
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MONDAY, November 17 Sydney 1430 AEDT - Arrium annual general meeting Adelaide - Elders full year results Sydney 1130 AEDT - Australian Bureau of Statistics new motor vehicles sales for...
2014/11/13 14:55
2014/11/13 14:55
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Treasurer Joe Hockey won't be panicked into making more budget cuts for fear of harming the economy. Such assurances came as a major US investment bank cut its Australian economic growth forecasts...
2014/11/13 14:28
2014/11/13 14:28
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A spate of Australian economic data this week suggests that the country is headed towards a dismal Christmas retail period. Annual wage growth for the third-quarter remained at a 15-year low of 2.6...
2014/11/12 15:27
2014/11/12 15:27
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Mainland shares mixed Meanwhile, China Modern Dairy plunged over 6 percent, after it revealed that the government is investigating media reports that some cows it sold tested positive for bovine...
2014/11/12 14:46
2014/11/12 14:46
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Wages growth and consumer sentiment remain subdued across Australia, pointing to a less than merry holiday season for some households and retailers, according to experts. Wages growth and consumer...
2014/11/12 08:05
2014/11/12 08:05
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Sluggish wages growth and rising unemployment is hardly a recipe for a happy consumer. While a key gauge of consumer confidence rose 1.9 per cent in November, it remains 12.5 per cent lower than a...
2014/11/12 08:05
2014/11/12 08:05
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The Australian dollar is firmer as a busy Japanese central bank boosts the local currency to an 18-month high against the yen. At 1700 AEDT on Wednesday, the local currency was buying 86.85 US cents,...
2014/11/12 07:15
2014/11/12 07:15
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The local sharemarket suffered major losses on Wednesday, led by a hefty selloff in the mining sector, but the big banks were also dumped, while poor consumer confidence figures and a weak sales...
2014/11/12 06:29
2014/11/12 06:29
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MYER sees gloomy shoppers as a challenge after posting a disappointing flat first quarter result and losing womenswear sales. BUT the department store's chief executive Bernie Brookes insists Myer...
2014/11/12 06:10
2014/11/12 06:10
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Here's some bad news for retailers counting on a Christmas spending splurge: consumer confidence is stuck in its longest slump since the global financial crisis. Consumer confidence took a dive in...
2014/11/22 18:07
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