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2014/08/29 08:10
2014/08/29 08:10
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A preview of next week's Australian economic data, September 1 to September 5: AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS (ABS) BUSINESS INDICATORS Market forecast: A three per cent fall in company profits in...
2014/08/29 08:10
2014/08/29 08:10
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2014/08/29 02:36
2014/08/29 02:36
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RENOWNED Northern Tablelands artist David Tucker opens his latest exhibition at Grafton Regional Gallery tonight at 5.30pm. Tucker, who won the Blake Prize in 2008, builds in clay to create ceramic...
2014/08/26 16:13
2014/08/26 16:13
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Economy by the numbers … is the total value of fines imposed on major US and European banks so far this year, according to the Reserve Bank. … was the level of the Westpac/Melbourne Institute...
2014/08/20 15:19
2014/08/20 15:19
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Selection data report The following data represents the selection standard for Round 1, Undergraduate offers for 2014. This list may differ from the printed VTAC Guide. Since being published VTAC has...
2014/08/19 16:12
2014/08/19 16:12
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... was the net profit of the Commonwealth Bank last financial year, a 12 per cent increase. The bank paid a dividend of $2.18 a share fully franked, bringing the total for the year to $4.01. … was the...
2014/08/17 19:46
2014/08/17 19:46
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Claire Madden: Being busy is good for us. It's not even 9am, but you're already gulping down your third latte as you hurriedly prepare for a morning of back-to-back meetings. You're not sure how...
2014/08/17 07:12
2014/08/17 07:12
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Dads around Australia will be smiling this Father’s Day, as spending on gifts such as hardware tools and skincare is tipped to increase by 3 per cent. Dads around Australia will be smiling this...
2014/08/15 23:24
2014/08/15 23:24
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BHP’s alumina-aluminium, nickel and manganese operations could be in for a change. BHP Billiton’s announcement that it is now actively considering a demerger of ''a selection'' of its smaller...
2014/08/15 17:05
2014/08/15 17:05
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Insulated from the average citizen by his cheer squad: It's not easy being Joe Hockey this week. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen It’s not easy to be sure who’s criticised Joe Hockey more this week – the...
2014/08/15 13:55
2014/08/15 13:55
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The Westpac-Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment increased by 3.8 per cent in August, from 94.9 in July to 98.5 in August. That was a pleasing result. The index is now only 1.2 per cent...
2014/08/15 08:29
2014/08/15 08:29
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ECONOMISTS this week found some comfort in consumer and business confidence gauges, but still had doubts about the economy's strength. A RISE in the monthly Westpac/Melbourne Institute index of...
2014/08/14 04:05
2014/08/14 04:05
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Treasurer Joe Hockey says he is not considering tearing up the budget, or handing down a mini version of the budget. Three months on from handing down his first budget, Joe Hockey's getting...
2014/08/13 23:05
2014/08/13 23:05
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The Australian dollar has bounced back above 93 US cents after soft US retail sales figures weakened the greenback. At 0700 AEST on Thursday, the local currency was trading at 93.04 US cents, up from...
2014/08/13 17:55
2014/08/13 17:55
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Wages rises have been so low over the past year that most workers have gone backwards. Wages rises have been so low over the past year that most workers have gone backwards. The latest wage price...
2014/08/13 08:26
2014/08/13 08:26
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Share market loses ground with miners, despite strong banking results The local share market lost ground today despite some strong profit results, including another record for the Commonwealth...
2014/08/13 08:05
2014/08/13 08:05
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The Australian dollar hit 93 US cents for the first time in a week after the release of encouraging consumer sentiment data. At 1700 AEST on Wednesday, the local unit was trading at 92.95 US cents,...
2014/08/13 06:10
2014/08/13 06:10
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Delays in the passing of contentious federal budget measures through parliament appear to have boosted consumer confidence. The Westpac Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment has risen 5.9...
2014/08/13 03:10
2014/08/13 03:10
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The Australian dollar is higher following positive consumer confidence figures. At 1200 AEST on Wednesday, the local currency was trading at 92.82 US cents, up from 92.53 cents on Tuesday. Worries...
2014/08/13 02:26
2014/08/13 02:26
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Consumer confidence recovering after post-budget shock Consumer confidence is recovering from the hit it took in the wake of unpopular measures in this year's federal budget. When the budget was...
2014/08/10 05:05
2014/08/10 05:05
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The Australian sharemarket is expected to snap its run of down days on Monday, with a 'good bounce back'. The share market fell for a sixth consecutive day on Friday - equalling its longest run of...
2014/08/29 08:10
2014/08/29 08:10
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