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2014/10/31 22:46
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Mark down: Shoppers at a Target store in Perth. Property analysts have called the discount department sector in Australia "problematic". Photo: Tony Ashby Shopping centre landlords are facing an...
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2014/10/31 06:46
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Harness the benefits: Learn financial lessons from the Melbourne Cup. Photo: Paul Rovere It's the race that stopped the nation. One of the richest horse races in the world. The Melbourne (and...
2014/10/31 05:55
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The Australian sharemarket closed nearly 1 per cent higher, hitting a seven-week high, after Wall Street rallied as data showed faster-than-estimated economic growth, and local data showed a rise in...
2014/10/31 02:16
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Amanda Billing as Dr Sarah Potts (left) in her final episode of Shortland St. The studio where the long-running soap is filmed is now owned by a US-UK company, which bought South Pacific Pictures. A...
2014/10/30 22:50
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The strategy will reduce BIG W's fulfilment costs, as it is cheaper to deliver multiple online orders to a single store rather than to a dozen homes. Photo: Glenn Hunt Woolworths is aiming to boost...
2014/10/30 21:15
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Local shares are poised to edge higher at the open as Wall Street advanced on positive economic data and some more solid corporate results. Local shares are poised to edge higher at the open as Wall...
2014/10/30 21:10
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Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Oct 31: CCL - COCA-COLA AMATIL - up 39 cents, or 4.5 per cent, at $9.07 Drinks supplier Coca-Cola Amatil has won the support of its global...
2014/10/30 19:55
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Recently we updated our valuations for Insurance Australia Group and Pacific Brands, whose shareholders have had very different experiences. Insurance Australia Group announced a strong fiscal 2014...
2014/10/30 11:29
2014/10/30 11:29
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TARGET continues to frustrate Wesfarmers, whose turnaround strategy at the troubled department store chain is yet to translate into extra sales. Target was again the weak spot in the retail...
2014/10/30 07:46
2014/10/30 07:46
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Buying Wesfarmers' insurance underwriting unit was "highly complementary," IAG boss Mike Wilkins said. Photo: Dom Lorrimer Insurance Australia Group is targeting up to 20 per cent revenue growth in...
2014/10/30 07:10
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The share market has closed higher as the big banks resumed their strong run, despite a fall in profit for National Australia Bank. The US Federal Reserve's decision to end its quantitative easing...
2014/10/30 05:10
2014/10/30 05:10
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Cash-strapped households take heart: you probably won't be paying much more for insurance in the next 12 months. IAG, which owns the NRMA and CGU brands, isn't expecting any significant rise in...
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2014/10/30 04:16
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COLES' parent company Wesfarmers has refused to comment on speculation that it's scoping out wealth manager AMP. THE Australian newspaper claims an industry source has confirmed that Wesfarmers has...
2014/10/30 03:05
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Christmas trade would "struggle to be better" than 2013, says Morgan Stanley analyst Malcolm Wood. Photo: Chris Lane Christmas is shaping up to be sluggish for retailers, weighed down by Australia's...
2014/10/29 21:10
2014/10/29 21:10
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The Australian market looks set to open flat following falls on Wall Street after the Federal Reserve confirmed it would end its asset-buying program. At 0645 AEST on Thursday, the December share...
2014/10/29 20:56
2014/10/29 20:56
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In the US, the Federal Reserve has ended its quantitative easing program of asset purchases. The Fed says interest rates will stay near zero for a "considerable period" but the language of the...
2014/10/29 19:05
2014/10/29 19:05
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National Australia Bank is expected to confirm a fall in annual profit on Thursday due to more than $1 billion in costs at its troubled UK operations. The country's largest business lender is still...
2014/10/29 09:24
2014/10/29 09:24
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The investment banks-commissioned report is likely to add further fuel to the debate whether to allow greater competition in Australia. Weakness among the big banks cruelled an early resources-led...
2014/10/29 06:05
2014/10/29 06:05
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Western Australia's 47th annual Telethon raised a record $25.2 million over the weekend to help improve the lives of sick children. Since 1968, the Seven Network's Telethon has raised more than $170...
2014/10/29 04:55
2014/10/29 04:55
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The next few days will reveal just how tough the economic and competitive environment has become for Australia’s biggest retailers. Tomorrow, Wesfarmers reports first-quarter retail sales for Coles...
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