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2015/01/23 07:55
2015/01/23 07:55
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Spotlight on inflation Official inflation data only comes around once a quarter in Australia. There is private sector monthly survey on inflation from TD Securities and Melbourne Institute, but the...
2015/01/23 07:55
2015/01/23 07:55
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2015/01/23 01:50
2015/01/23 01:50
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MONDAY, January 26 Australia Day Public holiday No items listed TUESDAY, January 27 Sydney - ANZ-Roy Morgan weekly consumer confidence survey Sydney - National Australia Bank's monthly business...
2015/01/21 21:10
2015/01/21 21:10
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Australia's flourishing housing market has got some people feeling more confident about their finances - especially tradies and those that have paid off their mortgages. Soaring house prices have...
2015/01/21 19:46
2015/01/21 19:46
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... retain our call for a cut in February while being mindful of the high hurdle represented by current market pricing.": Westpac chief economist Bill Evans. Photo: Lisa Maree Williams/Fairfax Media...
2015/01/21 06:12
2015/01/21 06:12
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Follow in the steps of assassins, bombers and crazed gunmen as award-winning columnist John Silvester revisits Melbourne’s most notorious crime scenes. Naked City Files: courthouse murder of 'Great...
2015/01/21 05:57
2015/01/21 05:57
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RETAILERS are still wary a rise in consumer sentiment has not yet translated into more sales after a steady but not outstanding Christmas period. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment...
2015/01/21 01:05
2015/01/21 01:05
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The Australian bond market is firmer after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its global growth forecast. The IMF said weakness in China, Russia, the euro area and Japan will hold world...
2015/01/21 00:10
2015/01/21 00:10
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A stronger jobs market and cheap petrol prices have given consumers reason to smile, but the pessimists are still outweighing the optimists, new figures show. Consumer confidence increased by 2.4 per...
2015/01/20 23:05
2015/01/20 23:05
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The Australian market looks set to open higher following gains on European and US stock markets. At 0715 AEDT on Wednesday, the March share price index futures contract was up 23 points at...
2015/01/20 12:46
2015/01/20 12:46
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Canberra's private school fees have continued to climb with two non-government schools passing the $20,000 mark for students completing Year 12 in 2015. Families sending their sons to Canberra...
2015/01/20 05:56
2015/01/20 05:56
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A firm financial sector buoyed by Macquarie Bank surging for a second day, offset the weakness in energy stocks to see the Australian sharemarket close they day flat. Chinese GDP data sparked a...
2015/01/19 05:12
2015/01/19 05:12
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VTAC has released the full first round offerings for tertiary positions Offers are listed under Institution in alphabetic order. Data is compiled under course code, name, percentage clearly in,...
2015/01/19 01:26
2015/01/19 01:26
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Inflation remains low according to TD Securities Private research shows inflation continued to flat-line last month, leaving the Reserve Bank plenty of room to further cut interest rates. Cheaper...
2015/01/18 19:50
2015/01/18 19:50
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MONDAY, January 19 Sydney 1030 AEDT - TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge for December Sydney - CommSec State of the States report for January Sydney 1130 AEDT - Australian Bureau of...
2015/01/16 22:15
2015/01/16 22:15
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Natural therapies to energise and repair bodies and minds are the basis of massage industry care. To stay competitive in the massage industry, massage therapist Pauline Burr says she has expanded her...
2015/01/16 06:56
2015/01/16 06:56
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Focus on state economies and inflation There is a spattering of new economic data and surveys to digest in the coming week. The week kicks off Monday with release of the CommSec State of the States’...
2015/01/13 01:24
2015/01/13 01:24
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Falling consumer confidence is putting the economy's strength in doubt. The ANZ consumer confidence index rose just 0.3 per cent to 112 in the week ending January 11, the latest in a series of flat...
2015/01/08 13:41
2015/01/08 13:41
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Cone snail venom has given University of Queensland researchers a lead on the possible detection and treatment of some cancers and addictions. UQ School of Biomedical Sciences' Dr Richard Clark said...
2015/01/02 06:50
2015/01/02 06:50
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Animal spirits are Australia's missing link as the new year begins. They are there, but they are timid: you might call this a meerkat market. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute survey of consumer...
2014/12/30 01:42
2014/12/30 01:42
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Research led by the Yale School of Public Health and published Dec. 29 in the journal PLOS ONE used laboratory experiments, mathematical models, and fieldwork data to find that mice infected with the...
2015/01/23 07:55
2015/01/23 07:55
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