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The Manila Times
ANZ Bank sells life insurance arm to Zurich for US$2.14Binsurer by premiums. It follows National Australia Bank selling most of its li
The Manila Times / Posted 4 hours ago
insurer by premiums. It follows National Australia Bank selling most of its life insurance business to Japan’s Nippon and Commonwealth Bank shedding its insurance arm to AIA in recent years as Australia’s top lenders streamline operations. ANZ... Read more
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Canberra Times
'They said the same thing when I joined the Bulldogs': Raelene Castle lashes critics of her rugby appointmentthat Kearns didn't get the job. Influential 2GB broadcaster and former Wallabi
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
that Kearns didn't get the job. Influential 2GB broadcaster and former Wallabies coach Alan Jones, who wanted outgoing Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev to get the job, said this when Castle's name was first tossed up: "Raelene... Read more
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Swissinfo
Zurich Insurance's Aussie Deal Paves Way for Higher DividendNational Australia Bank Ltd. sold 80 percent of its life unit to Nippon Life In
Swissinfo / Posted 5 hours ago
National Australia Bank Ltd. sold 80 percent of its life unit to Nippon Life Insurance Co. for A$2.4 billion in 2015, and Commonwealth Bank of Australia agreed to sell its life-insurance arm to AIA Group Ltd. for A$3.8 billion in... Read more
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Swissinfo
Zurich Insurance's ANZ Deal Seen Paving Way for Higher DividendsNational Australia Bank Ltd. sold 80 percent of its life unit to Nippon Life In
Swissinfo / Posted 8 hours ago
National Australia Bank Ltd. sold 80 percent of its life unit to Nippon Life Insurance Co. for A$2.4 billion in 2015, and Commonwealth Bank of Australia agreed to sell its life-insurance arm to AIA Group Ltd. for A$3.8 billion in September. Read... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'They said the same thing when I joined the Bulldogs': Raelene Castle lashes critics of her rugby appointmentthat Kearns didn't get the job. Influential 2GB broadcaster and former Wallabi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
that Kearns didn't get the job. Influential 2GB broadcaster and former Wallabies coach Alan Jones, who wanted outgoing Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev to get the job, said this when Castle's name was first tossed up: "Raelene... Read more
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The Age
'They said the same thing when I joined the Bulldogs': Raelene Castle lashes critics of her rugby appointmentthat Kearns didn't get the job. Influential 2GB broadcaster and former Wallabi
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
that Kearns didn't get the job. Influential 2GB broadcaster and former Wallabies coach Alan Jones, who wanted outgoing Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev to get the job, said this when Castle's name was first tossed up: "Raelene... Read more
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TheBull
Energy giants and miners lift share marketagreed to sell its life and consumer credit insurance business to international
TheBull / Posted 15 hours ago
agreed to sell its life and consumer credit insurance business to international insurance giant Zurich for $2.85 billion. Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank both rose 0.5 per cent, while Westpac dipped 0.1 per cent. Shares in Fairfax... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
CBA says there are 4 main risks facing the Australian economyAustralia will almost certainly experience an economic downturn. It’s somethin
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 hours ago
Australia will almost certainly experience an economic downturn. It’s something that Gareth Aird, Senior Economist at the Commonwealth Bank, has obviously been thinking about recently, producing an excellent report on what, in his opinion, are the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
ANZ sells life insurer business to Zurichaccounting loss of about $520 million on the deal. ANZ is the third major bank
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
accounting loss of about $520 million on the deal. ANZ is the third major bank to sell its life insurance business after Commonwealth Bank sold AIA Group in September for $3.8 billion, and National Australia Bank sold 80 per cent of its life... Read more
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News.com.au
ANZ sells life insurer business to Zurichaccounting loss of about $520 million on the deal. ANZ is the third major bank
News.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
accounting loss of about $520 million on the deal. ANZ is the third major bank to sell its life insurance business after Commonwealth Bank sold AIA Group in September for $3.8 billion, and National Australia Bank sold 80 per cent of its life... Read more
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TheBull
ANZ Bank sells life insurance arm to Zurich for US$2.14 bninsurer by premiums. It follows National Australia Bank selling most of its li
TheBull / Posted 19 hours ago
insurer by premiums. It follows National Australia Bank selling most of its life insurance business to Japan's Nippon and Commonwealth Bank shedding its insurance arm to AIA in recent years as Australia's top lenders streamline operations ANZ... Read more
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TheBull
ASX flat despite gains by miners, energyinsurance business OnePath Life to international insurance giant Zurich for $2.
TheBull / Posted 19 hours ago
insurance business OnePath Life to international insurance giant Zurich for $2.85 billion. National Australia Bank and Commonwealth Bank rose 0.3 and 0.2 per cent, respectively, while Wespac fell 0.2 per cent. Fairfax Media rose 1.3 per cent... Read more
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TheBull
Metals push Aust share market higherlife and consumer credit insurance business OnePath Life to international insur
TheBull / Posted 20 hours ago
life and consumer credit insurance business OnePath Life to international insurance giant Zurich for $2.85 billion. The Commonwealth Bank was up 0.2 per cent at $80.18, National Australia Bank gained 0.5 per cent to $29.95 and Westpac was 0.1... Read more
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Canberra Times
Zurich Insurance to buy ANZ's life insurance businesses for $2.85bof the big four banks to remain wholly committed to holding the risk of life in
Canberra Times / Posted 21 hours ago
of the big four banks to remain wholly committed to holding the risk of life insurance policies on its balance sheet, after Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank also sold out of the sector to foreign companies. "Partnering with Zurich is... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
ANZ Bank sells life insurance arm to Zurich for US$2.14blife insurer by premiums. It follows National Australia Bank selling most of i
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 hours ago
life insurer by premiums. It follows National Australia Bank selling most of its life insurance business to Japan's Nippon and Commonwealth Bank shedding its insurance arm to AIA in recent years as Australia's top lenders streamline op... Read more
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Swissinfo
Zurich Insurance to Acquire ANZ Life Unit for $2.2 BillionNational Australia Bank Ltd. sold 80 percent of its life unit to Nippon Life In
Swissinfo / Posted 22 hours ago
National Australia Bank Ltd. sold 80 percent of its life unit to Nippon Life Insurance Co. for A$2.4 billion in 2015, and Commonwealth Bank of Australia agreed to sell its life insurance arm to AIA Group Ltd. for A$3.8 billion in September. Read... Read more
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WA Today
Steve Bracks joins Maurice Blackburn boardyears led legal action against some of Australia's corporate giants, including
WA Today / Posted yesterday
years led legal action against some of Australia's corporate giants, including a shareholder class actions against the Commonwealth Bank over its disclosure of a money laundering compliance scandal, and a pro-bono lawsuit against gaming... Read more
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The Age
Steve Bracks joins Maurice Blackburn boardyears led legal action against some of Australia's corporate giants, including
The Age / Posted yesterday
years led legal action against some of Australia's corporate giants, including a shareholder class actions against the Commonwealth Bank over its disclosure of a money laundering compliance scandal, and a pro-bono lawsuit against gaming... Read more
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The Age
THE NORTHCOTE BYELECTION: What holds for the state also holds for Canberraday. What a disaster. Murray Stapleton, Darraweit GuimGet with the program I'
The Age / Posted yesterday
day. What a disaster. Murray Stapleton, Darraweit GuimGet with the program I'm outraged! Two companies I hold shares in, Commonwealth Bank and Wesfarmers, paid 29 per cent in corporate income tax, while Bluescope, Elders, Lendlease and others... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Steve Bracks joins Maurice Blackburn boardyears led legal action against some of Australia's corporate giants, including
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
years led legal action against some of Australia's corporate giants, including a shareholder class actions against the Commonwealth Bank over its disclosure of a money laundering compliance scandal, and a pro-bono lawsuit against gaming... Read more
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TheBull
Aust market inches higher by the closetrade report from China on Friday offsetting recent volatility in the price of
TheBull / Posted yesterday
trade report from China on Friday offsetting recent volatility in the price of iron ore. The major banks were mixed, with Commonwealth Bank ahead by 0.5 per cent, the ANZ steady, and National Australia Bank and Westpac losing 0.1 per cent and 0.3... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN STOCKS STALL: Here's what you need to knowhigher. Today’s scoreboard: The local market broke through the 6000 mark on t
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
higher. Today’s scoreboard: The local market broke through the 6000 mark on the ASX200 index but slipped back again. The Commonwealth Bank was 0.4% higher at $80 but Westpac dropped 0.2% to $31.48. Shares in the Retail Food Group, the owner of... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
'Bondcanos' to 'animal spirits': 5 key themes to watch for Australian stocks in 2018momentum. The list of stocks with positive EPS growth and a gross dividend yie
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
momentum. The list of stocks with positive EPS growth and a gross dividend yield of above 6% is comprised of Perpetual, Commonwealth Bank, Regis Resources, Platinum AM and Macquarie. 5. The prospect of a federal Labor government The coalition... Read more
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Finance Asia
Achievement Awards 2017 – Australia/NZ Part 1Stanley Advisers to DUET Group: Gresham, Macquarie Capital BEST LOCAL BOND AOF
Finance Asia / Posted yesterday
Stanley Advisers to DUET Group: Gresham, Macquarie Capital BEST LOCAL BOND AOFM 10-year Treasury Bond, A$11 billionANZ, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Deutsche Bank, Westpac BEST INTERNATIONAL BOND (JOINT WINNERS)Bank of Queensland conditional... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Australian retailers are holding the line in the face of Amazonstaying in the game and planning more investment following the full scale entry
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
staying in the game and planning more investment following the full scale entry of Amazon in Australia. Analysis by the Commonwealth Bank in its Retail Insights Report shows nine in 10 Australian retailers maintaining or increasing the number of... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
NZD business sentiment falls after the electioncustomers and have more than 5000 people working across New Zealand who strive
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
customers and have more than 5000 people working across New Zealand who strive to provide our customers with outstanding services and innovative financial solutions. ASB is a member of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) Group. Contact ASB B... Read more
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The Columbian
Berko: Australian bank keeps eye on steady, bright futureproduced stronger than expected earnings, with net profit margins exceeding tho
The Columbian / Posted 2 days ago
produced stronger than expected earnings, with net profit margins exceeding those in its peer group, which consists of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank and the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. WBK has better... Read more
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Canberra Times
One in three companies pays no tax, here's why...you it was much lower than you might think. Australia's big banks emerge as ou
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
you it was much lower than you might think. Australia's big banks emerge as our four biggest corporate taxpayers, with the Commonwealth Bank topping the list at $3.3 billion (a tax rate of 29 per cent), followed by Westpac at $3 billion (28 per... Read more
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The Age
One in three companies pays no tax, here's why...you it was much lower than you might think. Australia's big banks emerge as ou
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
you it was much lower than you might think. Australia's big banks emerge as our four biggest corporate taxpayers, with the Commonwealth Bank topping the list at $3.3 billion (a tax rate of 29 per cent), followed by Westpac at $3 billion (28 per... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
One in three companies pays no tax, here's why...you it was much lower than you might think. Australia's big banks emerge as ou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
you it was much lower than you might think. Australia's big banks emerge as our four biggest corporate taxpayers, with the Commonwealth Bank topping the list at $3.3 billion (a tax rate of 29 per cent), followed by Westpac at $3 billion (28 per... Read more
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News.com.au
Aussies donate $1.6m each day, data showsfestive season may be known for generosity but its in June that Australians don
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
festive season may be known for generosity but its in June that Australians donate most to charities, new research from the Commonwealth Bank shows. Which is not to say Aussies aren't digging deep throughout the year, with the data - based on the... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
MALCOLM BERKO: An investment down under can move portfolio upproduced stronger than expected earnings, with net profit margins exceeding tho
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
produced stronger than expected earnings, with net profit margins exceeding those in its peer group, which consists of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank and the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. WBK has better... Read more
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International Business Times
Elderly couple have to die before 17 January or lose $23,000 "It's not for myself that I want this money, I want it for my children so we ca
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
"It's not for myself that I want this money, I want it for my children so we can be buried without worrying about it." Commonwealth Bank, which owns the Nesbitts' insurance provider Colonial, told 9 News in a statement they were sorry to hear... Read more
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Canberra Times
How to boost your income to cover the cost of Christmasbe due about now). Sydneysider Evis Alasevicius completing a delivery job thro
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
be due about now). Sydneysider Evis Alasevicius completing a delivery job through Airtasker. Research released by the Commonwealth Bank this week estimates Australians will spend $11 billion on Christmas, taking the average spend per person to... Read more
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TheBull
Rebounding banks lead Aust shares highermeet the new capital reserves under plans announced in July. National Australi
TheBull / Posted 4 days ago
meet the new capital reserves under plans announced in July. National Australia Bank was up 0.5 per cent at $29.84, Commonwealth Bank was up 0.8 per cent to $79.62, while ANZ gained 0.1 per cent to $28.51. Westpac shares finished 0.6 per... Read more
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WA Today
Bank inquiry demands cheaper tap-and-go debit payments by Aprileftpos system had been upgraded, it was reviewing how it would provide the feat
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
eftpos system had been upgraded, it was reviewing how it would provide the feature to merchant customers in the future. Commonwealth Bank signalled it was working on the issue, but said the matter was "complex" and required an industry... Read more
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The Age
Bank inquiry demands cheaper tap-and-go debit payments by Aprileftpos system had been upgraded, it was reviewing how it would provide the feat
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
eftpos system had been upgraded, it was reviewing how it would provide the feature to merchant customers in the future. Commonwealth Bank signalled it was working on the issue, but said the matter was "complex" and required an industry... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bank inquiry demands cheaper tap-and-go debit payments by Aprileftpos system had been upgraded, it was reviewing how it would provide the feat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
eftpos system had been upgraded, it was reviewing how it would provide the feature to merchant customers in the future. Commonwealth Bank signalled it was working on the issue, but said the matter was "complex" and required an industry... Read more
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TheBull
Banks, energy boost Aust share marketbanking sector is "warranted" but hopes a royal commission into alleged miscond
TheBull / Posted 4 days ago
banking sector is "warranted" but hopes a royal commission into alleged misconduct will restore trust and confidence. Commonwealth Bank of Australia also rose, up 0.9 per cent to $79.67, while National Australia Bank climbed 0.6 per cent at... Read more
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Motley Fool
Westpac Banking Corp holds its AGM: Here’s what you missedand confidence in Australia’s financial system. Should you invest? Westpac is
Motley Fool / Posted 4 days ago
and confidence in Australia’s financial system. Should you invest? Westpac is my first pick of the banks ahead of Commonwealth Bank of Australia(ASX: CBA) right now. However, I would suggest investors wait for a slight dip below $31.00... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares gain further groundthe local share market, Westpac, which is holding its annual general meeting on
TheBull / Posted 4 days ago
the local share market, Westpac, which is holding its annual general meeting on Friday, had gained 1.2 per cent, Commonwealth Bank was up 0.9 per cent, National Australia Bank had lifted 0.7 per cent and ANZ had risen 0.5 per... Read more
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The Age
How to boost your income to cover the cost of Christmasbe due about now). Sydneysider Evis Alasevicius completing a delivery job thro
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
be due about now). Sydneysider Evis Alasevicius completing a delivery job through Airtasker. Research released by the Commonwealth Bank this week estimates Australians will spend $11 billion on Christmas, taking the average spend per person to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How to boost your income to cover the cost of Christmasbe due about now). Sydneysider Evis Alasevicius completing a delivery job thro
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
be due about now). Sydneysider Evis Alasevicius completing a delivery job through Airtasker. Research released by the Commonwealth Bank this week estimates Australians will spend $11 billion on Christmas, taking the average spend per person to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Chances are your tax rate is higher than every company in AustraliaAUSTRALIA LIMITED3,195,583,962192,274,07255,646,3012%29%JET SYSTEMS PTY LTD435,
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
AUSTRALIA LIMITED3,195,583,962192,274,07255,646,3012%29%JET SYSTEMS PTY LTD435,525,37037,454,48910,843,6202%29%COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA42,729,766,24611,359,025,4023,290,941,0188%29%HWG HOLDINGS PTY... Read more
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WA Today
Westpac to explain royal commission backflip to investorsrate rigging allegations. ANZ Bank has retained Ashurst, National Australia Ba
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
rate rigging allegations. ANZ Bank has retained Ashurst, National Australia Bank has signed up Herbert Smith Freehills and Commonwealth Bank has Clayton Utz.Originally published on smh.com.au as 'Westpac to explain royal commission backflip to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Westpac to explain royal commission backflip to investorsas barrister Matthew Darke SC, who is representing the bank in its court case o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
as barrister Matthew Darke SC, who is representing the bank in its court case over interest rate rigging allegations. ANZ Bank has retained Ashurst, National Australia Bank has signed up Herbert Smith Freehills and Commonwealth Bank has Clayton... Read more
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The Age
Westpac to explain royal commission backflip to investorsas barrister Matthew Darke SC, who is representing the bank in its court case o
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
as barrister Matthew Darke SC, who is representing the bank in its court case over interest rate rigging allegations. ANZ Bank has retained Ashurst, National Australia Bank has signed up Herbert Smith Freehills and Commonwealth Bank has Clayton... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst schools bombshell: Scots buys All Saints’ Collegethe Supreme Court ruled it must be sold by the Anglican Diocese of Bathurst to
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
the Supreme Court ruled it must be sold by the Anglican Diocese of Bathurst to repay a multi-million dollar debt to the Commonwealth Bank. The Scots School and All Saints’ College will operate as separate entities in 2018 but could become a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian dollar knocked lower on weak terms of trademonth-on-month fall in service exports of 1.6 per cent was the largest decline
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
month-on-month fall in service exports of 1.6 per cent was the largest decline since April 2016. John Peters, economist at Commonwealth Bank, was optimistic about the outlook for exports and household spending. LNG exports will peak in the second... Read more
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CNET
Paid Content: Work Hard? Play Hard? The Fitbit Ionic may be the wearable solution for youtrue balance of life and fitness needs. Contactless payments on Fitbit Ionic a
CNET / Posted 5 days ago
true balance of life and fitness needs. Contactless payments on Fitbit Ionic are supported by all four of the major banks (Commonwealth Bank, ANZ, NAB and Westpac), covering a large majority of Australian users. Once you setup your desired cards... Read more
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