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Business Spectator
Aust stocks open weakerThe Australian sharemarket opened weaker today, with strong gains in oil-price
Aust stocks open weaker
Business Spectator / Posted 3 hours ago
The Australian sharemarket opened weaker today, with strong gains in oil-price related stocks more than offset by caution ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia's interest rate decision this afternoon. At the 10.15am (AEST) official market open, the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Kmart campaign in Dubbo has potential for success | Your sayDUBBO deputy mayor Ben Shields has praised the people behind the "Bring Kmart t
Kmart campaign in Dubbo has potential for success | Your say
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 hours ago
DUBBO deputy mayor Ben Shields has praised the people behind the "Bring Kmart to Dubbo" Facebook page. DUBBO deputy mayor Ben Shields has praised the people behind the "Bring Kmart to Dubbo" Facebook page. Cr Shields said the online campaign was a... Read more
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WA Today
Woolworths - let the financial renovation beginIllustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and g
Woolworths - let the financial renovation begin
WA Today / Posted 12 hours ago
Illustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and governance carnage announced by Australia's biggest retailer, Woolworths. But this week also marks the start of Woolworths move to recover its mojo. Having said that it... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths - let the financial renovation beginIllustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and g
Woolworths - let the financial renovation begin
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
Illustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and governance carnage announced by Australia's biggest retailer, Woolworths. But this week also marks the start of Woolworths move to recover its mojo. Having said that it... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths - let the financial renovation beginIllustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and g
Woolworths - let the financial renovation begin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Illustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and governance carnage announced by Australia's biggest retailer, Woolworths. But this week also marks the start of Woolworths move to recover its mojo. Having said that it... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woolworths - let the financial renovation beginIllustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and g
Woolworths - let the financial renovation begin
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Illustration: John Spooner. Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and governance carnage announced by Australia's biggest retailer, Woolworths. But this week also marks the start of Woolworths move to recover its mojo. Having said that it... Read more
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Canberra Times
Woolworths - let the financial renovation beginIts day one of the aftermath of the earnings and governance carnage announced b
Woolworths - let the financial renovation begin
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and governance carnage announced by Australia's biggest retailer, Woolworths. But this week also marks the start of Woolworths move to recover its mojo. Having said that it was a pretty inauspicious start... Read more
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WA Today
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisisAnother strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices o
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisis
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
Another strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices on Thursday night helped the ASX end Friday higher. Photo: Andrew Quilty Another session of hefty losses meant the local sharemarket posted its worst monthly performance... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisisAnother strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices o
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisis
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Another strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices on Thursday night helped the ASX end Friday higher. Photo: Andrew Quilty Another session of hefty losses meant the local sharemarket posted its worst monthly performance... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisisAnother strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices o
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisis
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Another strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices on Thursday night helped the ASX end Friday higher. Photo: Andrew Quilty Another session of hefty losses meant the local sharemarket posted its worst monthly performance... Read more
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The Age
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisisAnother strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices o
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisis
The Age / Posted 20 hours ago
Another strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices on Thursday night helped the ASX end Friday higher. Photo: Andrew Quilty Another session of hefty losses meant the local sharemarket posted its worst monthly performance... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisisAnother strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices o
ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisis
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
Another strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices on Thursday night helped the ASX end Friday higher. Photo: Andrew Quilty Another session of hefty losses meant the local sharemarket posted its worst monthly performance... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks close 1.08% weakerThe Australian sharemarket closed lower today, ending its worst month since the
Aust stocks close 1.08% weaker
Business Spectator / Posted 21 hours ago
The Australian sharemarket closed lower today, ending its worst month since the global financial crisis, as investors weighed imminent interest rates decisions out of the US Federal Reserve and the Reserve Bank of Australia. At the official 4.15pm... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks 1% lower at noonThe Australian sharemarket is substantially weaker at noon as investors weigh i
Aust stocks 1% lower at noon
Business Spectator / Posted yesterday
The Australian sharemarket is substantially weaker at noon as investors weigh imminent interest rates decisions out of the US and the Reserve Bank of Australia. At 12.05pm (AEST), the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 47 points, or 0.89 per cent,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Wesfarmers lagging behindA big Australian retailer is "letting Dubbo down", according to Dubbo deputy ma
Wesfarmers lagging behind
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
A big Australian retailer is "letting Dubbo down", according to Dubbo deputy mayor Ben Shields. Cr Shields said Wesfarmers, owners of stores such as Coles, Kmart and Liquorland, was not thinking seriously about Dubbo. File photo A big Australian... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dubbo deputy mayor declares Wesfarmers is8:15am: 8:05am: COMPETITION WINNER We have a winner!!!! Congratulations to
Dubbo deputy mayor declares Wesfarmers is
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
8:15am: 8:05am: COMPETITION WINNER We have a winner!!!! Congratulations to this adorable pooch and their owner Jaycinta Lee This lucky puppy will be munching on 24kg worth of Dog biscuits (8 bags) - (4 x Chicken and Duck with Garden Vegetables,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Wesfarmers lagging behindA big Australian retailer is "letting Dubbo down", according to Dubbo deputy ma
Wesfarmers lagging behind
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
A big Australian retailer is "letting Dubbo down", according to Dubbo deputy mayor Ben Shields. A big Australian retailer is "letting Dubbo down", according to Dubbo deputy mayor Ben Shields. Cr Shields said Wesfarmers, owners of stores such as... Read more
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WA Today
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns cornerSolomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns corner
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Solomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a $2 million-plus payday in the short term, from his stake in skateboard and street fashion company Globe International. Globe, which is controlled by the three Hill... Read more
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The Age
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns cornerSolomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns corner
The Age / Posted yesterday
Solomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a $2 million-plus payday in the short term, from his stake in skateboard and street fashion company Globe International. Globe, which is controlled by the three Hill... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns cornerSolomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns corner
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Solomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a $2 million-plus payday in the short term, from his stake in skateboard and street fashion company Globe International. Globe, which is controlled by the three Hill... Read more
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Canberra Times
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns cornerSolomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns corner
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Solomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a $2 million-plus payday in the short term, from his stake in skateboard and street fashion company Globe International. Globe, which is controlled by the three Hill... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns cornerSolomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a
Solomon Lew on the half-pipe? $2m payday as skate company Globe turns corner
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Solomon Lew. Photo: James Davies Billionaire Solomon Lew has skated off with a $2 million-plus payday in the short term, from his stake in skateboard and street fashion company Globe International. Globe, which is controlled by the three Hill... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woolworths: the only way from here might be upBunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings be
Woolworths: the only way from here might be up
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Bunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings before interest and tax by 11 per cent. Photo: Glen Hunt Asked on Friday whether Woolworths had made a mistake in 2009 by launching a full frontal attack on the hardware... Read more
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WA Today
Woolworths: the only way from here might be upBunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings be
Woolworths: the only way from here might be up
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Bunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings before interest and tax by 11 per cent. Photo: Glen Hunt Asked on Friday whether Woolworths had made a mistake in 2009 by launching a full frontal attack on the hardware... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths: the only way from here might be upBunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings be
Woolworths: the only way from here might be up
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Bunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings before interest and tax by 11 per cent. Photo: Glen Hunt Asked on Friday whether Woolworths had made a mistake in 2009 by launching a full frontal attack on the hardware... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths: the only way from here might be upBunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings be
Woolworths: the only way from here might be up
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Bunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings before interest and tax by 11 per cent. Photo: Glen Hunt Asked on Friday whether Woolworths had made a mistake in 2009 by launching a full frontal attack on the hardware... Read more
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Canberra Times
Woolworths: the only way from here might be upBunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings be
Woolworths: the only way from here might be up
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Bunnings group is the dominant hardware retailer, and it lifted its earnings before interest and tax by 11 per cent. Photo: Glen Hunt Asked on Friday whether Woolworths had made a mistake in 2009 by launching a full frontal attack on the hardware... Read more
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TheBull
Woolworths LimitedREPORTING SEASON: (WOW) (WOW) profits slide following a big loss for Masters
Woolworths Limited
TheBull / Posted 3 days ago
REPORTING SEASON: (WOW) (WOW) profits slide following a big loss for Masters - (WOW) posted a slightly above consensus 12.5% slide in annual profit to $2.1bn. Earnings growth from its core... Read more
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iol.co.za
Australia’s Woolworths names new chairmanSydney - Woolworths Ltd, Australia’s largest supermarket chain, appointed a new
Australia’s Woolworths names new chairman
iol.co.za / Posted 3 days ago
Sydney - Woolworths Ltd, Australia’s largest supermarket chain, appointed a new chairman and posted annual results that matched analyst estimates as its key sales measure fell for the first time since at least 2005. Net income was A$2.15 billion... Read more
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Brisbane Times
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problemA car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. P
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problem
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
A car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. Photo: John Addis Inside, Masters looks tidier, more polished and well organised, which may be down to the fact that employees don't have the inconvenience of... Read more
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WA Today
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problemA car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. P
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problem
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
A car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. Photo: John Addis Inside, Masters looks tidier, more polished and well organised, which may be down to the fact that employees don't have the inconvenience of... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks close week higherThe Australian sharemarket has ended the week in stronger territory, despite th
Aust stocks close week higher
Business Spectator / Posted 3 days ago
The Australian sharemarket has ended the week in stronger territory, despite the bourse's 4 per cent slide on Monday, as energy and materials stocks lifted on the back of surging oil prices. At the official 4.15pm (AEST) close, the benchmark... Read more
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The Age
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problemA car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. P
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problem
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
A car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. Photo: John Addis Inside, Masters looks tidier, more polished and well organised, which may be down to the fact that employees don't have the inconvenience of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problemA car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. P
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problem
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
A car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. Photo: John Addis Inside, Masters looks tidier, more polished and well organised, which may be down to the fact that employees don't have the inconvenience of... Read more
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Canberra Times
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problemA car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. P
A car park in Lismore reveals the extent of Woolies' problem
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
A car park in Lismore in northern NSW reveals the extent of Woolies' problem. Photo: John Addis Inside, Masters looks tidier, more polished and well organised, which may be down to the fact that employees don't have the inconvenience of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Woolworths tweaks Masters as losses mountWoolworths is refurbishing is three year old Masters stores to boost sales and
Woolworths tweaks Masters as losses mount
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Woolworths is refurbishing is three year old Masters stores to boost sales and curb mounting losses. Photo: Glenn Hunt Woolworths is refurbishing two-and-three-year old Masters home improvement stores in an attempt to boost sales and curb mounting... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths tweaks Masters as losses mountWoolworths is refurbishing is three year old Masters stores to boost sales and
Woolworths tweaks Masters as losses mount
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Woolworths is refurbishing is three year old Masters stores to boost sales and curb mounting losses. Photo: Glenn Hunt Woolworths is refurbishing two-and-three-year old Masters home improvement stores in an attempt to boost sales and curb mounting... Read more
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Business Spectator
Shares set to end week firmerThe Australian sharemarket looks set to end the week in stronger territory, des
Shares set to end week firmer
Business Spectator / Posted 4 days ago
The Australian sharemarket looks set to end the week in stronger territory, despite the bourse's 4 per cent slide on Monday. The market was slightly higher for the day at noon, having recaptured lost ground over the week, after strong economic data... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
ASX rises after further strong Wall St gains The Australian share market has posted strong early gains, after getting anot
ASX rises after further strong Wall St gains
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
The Australian share market has posted strong early gains, after getting another very strong lead from Wall Street, which surged 2.4 per cent. US markets have notched their best two-day performance since... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks rally 1% at openThe Australian sharemarket opened one per cent higher, and is on track to close
Aust stocks rally 1% at open
Business Spectator / Posted 4 days ago
The Australian sharemarket opened one per cent higher, and is on track to close out the volatile week in positive territory, after strong economic data boosted global markets overnight. At the 10.15am (AEST) official market open, the benchmark... Read more
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Weekly Times
Woolworths chairman leaves on profit slideWOOLWORTHS has completed the first part of a senior leadership overhaul as it t
Woolworths chairman leaves on profit slide
Weekly Times / Posted 4 days ago
WOOLWORTHS has completed the first part of a senior leadership overhaul as it tries to recover ground lost to its major supermarket rivals. CHAIRMAN Ralph Waters is stepping down after the once market-leading supermarket giant suffered a 12.5 per... Read more
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Queensland Times
Masters pushes on with Coast stores despite poor resultsTHE Woolworths-owned hardware giant Masters might be getting a hammering, but i
Masters pushes on with Coast stores despite poor results
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
THE Woolworths-owned hardware giant Masters might be getting a hammering, but it still plans to open its Sunshine Coast stores. National reports have detailed how Masters has never been able to get a foothold against the Coles-owned Bunnings and may... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Orica slumps on $1.65b write-down, profit downgradeOrica's profit will be hit by write-downs and a market glut. Photo: Carla Gottg
Orica slumps on $1.65b write-down, profit downgrade
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Orica's profit will be hit by write-downs and a market glut. Photo: Carla Gottgens Explosives maker Orica has shocked the market with a write-down of as much as $1.65 billion and a warning on profits that one analyst described as "downgrading two... Read more
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Canberra Times
Orica slumps on $1.65b write-down, profit downgradeOrica's profit will be hit by write-downs and a market glut. Photo: Carla Gottg
Orica slumps on $1.65b write-down, profit downgrade
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
Orica's profit will be hit by write-downs and a market glut. Photo: Carla Gottgens Explosives maker Orica has shocked the market with a write-down of as much as $1.65 billion and a warning on profits that one analyst described as "downgrading two... Read more
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WA Today
ASX recovers early week lossesThe S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Hom
ASX recovers early week losses
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
The S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Homer Investors looked to put the heavy losses of early this week behind them on Thursday, with strong gains in Australian shares after Wall Street recorded its biggest... Read more
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The Age
ASX recovers early week lossesThe S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Hom
ASX recovers early week losses
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
The S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Homer Investors looked to put the heavy losses of early this week behind them on Thursday, with strong gains in Australian shares after Wall Street recorded its biggest... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX recovers early week lossesThe S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Hom
ASX recovers early week losses
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
The S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Homer Investors looked to put the heavy losses of early this week behind them on Thursday, with strong gains in Australian shares after Wall Street recorded its biggest... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX recovers early week lossesThe S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Hom
ASX recovers early week losses
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
The S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Homer Investors looked to put the heavy losses of early this week behind them on Thursday, with strong gains in Australian shares after Wall Street recorded its biggest... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX recovers early week lossesThe S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Hom
ASX recovers early week losses
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
The S&P/ASX200 finished the week down 2.2 per cent for the week. Photo: Rob Homer Investors looked to put the heavy losses of early this week behind them on Thursday, with strong gains in Australian shares after Wall Street recorded its biggest... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Summit stuck in the past on climate-economy link How can a serious national economic reform summit entirely fail to grapple wi
Summit stuck in the past on climate-economy link
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
How can a serious national economic reform summit entirely fail to grapple with the economic opportunities afforded by energy modernisation, renewables, and the transition away from coal? Ben Oquist... Read more
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