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2015/05/27 07:05
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With the Roy Hill mine, Gina Rinehart - pictured with Barry Fitzgerald, chief executive officer of the mine, left, and Sanjiv Manchanda, project manager - is developing Australia's last remaining...
2015/05/27 07:05
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2015/05/27 04:05
2015/05/27 04:05
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RBA deputy governor Philip Lowe: "My subjective assessment would be the level of risk in bank mortgage portfolios has risen over the past couple of years." Photo: Dominic Lorrimer Rising property...
2015/05/27 03:46
2015/05/27 03:46
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The total value of completed construction work in the March quarter dropped 2.4 per cent to $48.4 billion. House building and other construction is still failing to pick up the slack left by the...
2015/05/27 02:27
2015/05/27 02:27
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All that helped the dollar index rally 1.3 percent, its biggest one-day gain in nearly two years. Commodity currencies also lost ground against the resurgent dollar, with the Australian dollar...
2015/05/27 02:24
2015/05/27 02:24
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There is a question of what might happen in "stressed conditions", says the RBA's Dr Philip Lowe. Photo: Sasha Woolley The aggressive search for higher investment returns in a world of very low...
2015/05/26 22:29
2015/05/26 22:29
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THE Australian stock market looks set to open lower following sharp losses on Wall Street. At 0650 AEST on Wednesday, the June share price index futures contract was down 30 points at 5,748. Wall...
2015/05/26 14:55
2015/05/26 14:55
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The Federal Budget's focus on small business may have come just in time, with a new survey showing the sector holds growing concerns about the state of the Australian economy. The Sensis Business...
2015/05/26 00:46
2015/05/26 00:46
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Despite the slip, confidence is still up a cumulative 4.4 per cent over the past three weeks. Photo: Rob Homer Consumer goodwill generated by the Coalition's budget has faded slightly, according to...
2015/05/25 21:55
2015/05/25 21:55
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Much of the angst over Australia’s growth outlook comes down to one concept: peak debt. This is the idea that debt in an economy becomes so high that that it acts as a constraint on growth. The...
2015/05/25 00:28
2015/05/25 00:28
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The New Zealand dollar is expected to head lower this week as traders bet an improving US economy will push the greenback higher. The kiwi may trade between 70.60 US cents and 75 cents this week,...
2015/05/23 13:16
2015/05/23 13:16
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GREEDY financial institutions have kept $2 billion in interest savings from their credit card customers by failing to pass on interest rate falls. Some lenders have even quietly trickled up their...
2015/05/22 03:18
2015/05/22 03:18
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It may take a decade or more for Woolworths' Masters move to pay dividends. Photo: Aaron Bunch It's the hammers-and-boltcutters version of too big to fail. The more capital that is sunk into the...
2015/05/22 02:50
2015/05/22 02:50
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Mortgage broker Australian Finance Group made its sharemarket debut on Friday with a market cap of $258 million. Photo: Glenn Hunt Australia's biggest mortgage broking business, Australian Finance...
2015/05/21 12:18
2015/05/21 12:18
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However, following its official release, it was discovered that not all market participants would have been surprised by the announcement. Only hours before, while addressing an invitation-only...
2015/05/21 01:10
2015/05/21 01:10
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Consumers are still getting slugged by excessive surcharge fees levied by merchants on credit card payments, the Reserve Bank of Australia says. The RBA is examining Australia's card payments...
2015/05/20 23:46
2015/05/20 23:46
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So far, the Australia Prudential Regulatory Authority has taken an incremental approach to mortgage lending, said HSBC chief Australia economist Paul Bloxham. Photo: Louise Kennerley Record low...
2015/05/20 08:46
2015/05/20 08:46
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Wesfarmers managing director Richard Goyder says it doesn't want excess capacity coming into markets. Photo: Aaron Bunch Wesfarmers managing director Richard Goyder has welcomed a bounce in consumer...
2015/05/20 07:55
2015/05/20 07:55
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The Australian dollar has fallen below 79 US cents to a one-week low as the US dollar strengthens on speculation of a US interest rate increase. The Australian dollar was worth 78.93 US cents at 1700...
2015/05/20 01:27
2015/05/20 01:27
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Fifty-euro notes are seen at the Belgian Central Bank in Brussels in this December 8, 2011 file photo. SYDNEY The euro nursed steep losses early on Wednesday, having suffered a major setback as the...
2015/05/19 23:24
2015/05/19 23:24
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Economists say the Australian dollar should be trading close to US70¢ instead of US80¢. The Reserve Bank of Australia is fighting a currency war with nothing more than interest rates and tactical...
2015/05/27 07:05
2015/05/27 07:05
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