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2015/07/31 08:10
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Australia's biggest lender to landlords has hiked interest rates for investors to meet the regulator's "speed limit" aimed at taking some of the heat out of the housing investment market. Westpac is...
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2015/07/31 08:05
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Some credit card lenders are charging customers interest rates of more than 20 per cent. MILLIONS of credit card customers are getting slugged with hefty interest charges every month and are...
2015/07/31 08:05
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Some kids’ bank accounts are offering returns on cash of more than five per cent. Picture: iStock. CASH-conscious junior savers can reap far better returns on their savings than their peers but they...
2015/07/31 04:42
2015/07/31 04:42
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As crippling prices for modest family homes in Sydney draw the attention of the Reserve Bank of Australia, more eyes are turning beyond the Big Smoke for affordable options. What would Sydney dollars...
2015/07/31 02:28
2015/07/31 02:28
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Private sector credit slows in June The growth rate in the value of loans outstanding to the private sector slowed in June, according to new data from the Reserve Bank of Australia. The RBA's...
2015/07/31 01:24
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French champagne sales have boomed in Australia over the past few years because of the the high Australian dollar. Photo: Antonel The terms of trade have crashed and the dollar, already well down...
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2015/07/31 00:58
2015/07/31 00:58
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Aust stocks edge higher at open The Australian sharemarket edged higher at the open, looking past downbeat global leads as moderate early gains from the big banks offset weakness in the major...
2015/07/30 22:24
2015/07/30 22:24
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Wall Street ended flat as several result misses offset positive economic data. Photo: Reuters Local shares are poised to open little changed, mirroring Wall Street, where investors reshuffled their...
2015/07/30 21:28
2015/07/30 21:28
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In Australia, the market on Thursday higher after a bounce in the iron ore price. THE Australian market looks set to open higher, despite a mixed lead from Wall Street where the Dow was dragged lower...
2015/07/30 19:43
2015/07/30 19:43
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The dollar is poised for its biggest monthly gain since March as the Federal Reserve took a step closer to raising interest rates this year. The US currency strengthened against all except three of...
2015/07/30 08:58
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Building approvals dive in June The number of building approvals has dived June, as the volatile apartments figure shrank sharply in the month, official data shows. The Australian Bureau of...
2015/07/30 04:05
2015/07/30 04:05
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Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glen Stevens has spoken out about the importance of quality within Asian financial markets. Mr Stevens is one of the guest speakers at the BOAO Forum for Asia...
2015/07/30 01:55
2015/07/30 01:55
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The number of building approvals has dived June, as the volatile apartments figure shrank sharply during in the month, official data shows. The Australian Bureau of Statistics data showed the number...
2015/07/29 21:46
2015/07/29 21:46
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Specialist Glenn Carell, foreground, works with traders at his post that handles Twitter, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP Local shares are poised to open higher, buoyed by...
2015/07/29 15:05
2015/07/29 15:05
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High P/E stocks are on notice when the US Federal Reserve lifts interest rates. Photo: Brendon Thorne The US Federal Reserve's move to lift interest rates for the first time in almost a decade will...
2015/07/29 06:44
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Australia’s tourism industry has had a good year. Earnings rose to $17 billion, making tourism a bigger deal even than coal. In fact, tourism is now the nation’s second largest export earner, trailing...
2015/07/29 01:24
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As the herd is buying up offshore earners that generally perform well as the Australian dollar drops, some of those stocks can become too expensive. Photo: Tanya Lake Investors naturally gravitate to...
2015/07/28 18:15
2015/07/28 18:15
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Street-fighter, showman, aesthete, 'maddie': at 70 former PM Paul Keating's legacy is assured, writes Jacqueline Maley. It was an elegant cocktail affair that concluded about 9pm. The birthday boy...
2015/07/28 16:19
2015/07/28 16:19
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AUD/USD remains at risk for a further decline as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warns that the aussie ‘looks relatively high when set against the fall in the terms of trade’ and argues that...
2015/07/28 07:46
2015/07/28 07:46
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Analysts say China's demand for iron ore is unlikely to pick up for a long time. Photo: Reuters Local investors are warning that Australia is in for tougher years than many other nations as global...
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