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Northern Star
LETTER: Negative gearing a working class dud from day oneNEGATIVE gearing, something I know very little about, it is a part of life for
LETTER: Negative gearing a working class dud from day one
Northern Star / Posted 2 minutes ago
NEGATIVE gearing, something I know very little about, it is a part of life for Australian investors, and a property buzzword. But it seems to be the one thing that is keeping house prices where our children can't afford to buy. I know everyone on... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
LETTER: Negative gearing a working class dud from day oneNEGATIVE gearing, something I know very little about, it is a part of life for
LETTER: Negative gearing a working class dud from day one
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEGATIVE gearing, something I know very little about, it is a part of life for Australian investors, and a property buzzword. But it seems to be the one thing that is keeping house prices where our children can't afford to buy. I know everyone on... Read more
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iol.co.za
Producer inflation moderates to 7%Johannesburg - Annual headline producer inflation moderated marginally for the
Producer inflation moderates to 7%
iol.co.za / Posted 4 minutes ago
Johannesburg - Annual headline producer inflation moderated marginally for the second consecutive month to 7 percent in April from 7.1 percent in the prior month and probably contributed to the decision of the Reserve Bank to keep interest rates on... Read more
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iol.co.za
Vukile looks abroadJohannesburg - JSE-listed Vukile is exploring “compelling” international opport
Vukile looks abroad
iol.co.za / Posted 4 minutes ago
Johannesburg - JSE-listed Vukile is exploring “compelling” international opportunities. Laurence Rapp, the property fund’s chief executive, said yesterday that Vukile was devoting a lot of energy into exploring opportunities in various European... Read more
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iol.co.za
Famous Brands takes over Lamberts Bay FoodsJohannesburg - JSE-listed Famous Brands yesterday announced that it had acquire
Famous Brands takes over Lamberts Bay Foods
iol.co.za / Posted 4 minutes ago
Johannesburg - JSE-listed Famous Brands yesterday announced that it had acquired 100 percent of the business of Lamberts Bay Foods (LBF), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oceana Group. The group said the purchase fell below the threshold of a... Read more
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iol.co.za
Esor shares drop despite its return to profitabilityJohannesburg - Shares of construction company Esor fell 5.26 percent yesterday
Esor shares drop despite its return to profitability
iol.co.za / Posted 4 minutes ago
Johannesburg - Shares of construction company Esor fell 5.26 percent yesterday despite the company’s return to profitability and a 176.6 percent rise in headline earnings a share in the year to February 29. Esor’s revenue was down 0.9 percent to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
61st Nakumatt Branch Opens in Nairobi's Kitisuru SuburbNakumatt Holdings has opened its 61st branch in Nairobi. The opening of Nakuma
61st Nakumatt Branch Opens in Nairobi's Kitisuru Suburb
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
Nakumatt Holdings has opened its 61st branch in Nairobi. The opening of Nakumatt Kitisuru, located at the new Kitisuru Place shopping complex, comes hot on the heels of last week's opening of Nakumatt Emali, the retailer's 60th branch along the busy... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
New NAN MD Pledges to Make Agency BetterAbuja — Mr Bayo Onanuga, the new Managing Director, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN
New NAN MD Pledges to Make Agency Better
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
Abuja — Mr Bayo Onanuga, the new Managing Director, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) has pledged to "improve things" and ensure that the agency "gets better". Onanuga made the pledge while addressing some staffers of the agency in Abuja on Thursday. "I... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NSE Market Indices Appreciate Further By 2.18 PercentLagos — Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday for the thi
NSE Market Indices Appreciate Further By 2.18 Percent
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
Lagos — Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday for the third consecutive day sustained a positive trend with the market indices appreciating further by 2.18 per cent. The All-Share Index rose by 616.86 points or 2.18 per cent to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenya's CBK Governor Recognised for Streamlining BanksSince taking over as the Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya barely a year ag
Kenya's CBK Governor Recognised for Streamlining Banks
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
Since taking over as the Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya barely a year ago, Patrick Ngugi Njoroge's work has seen the banking sector ruffled. At least three banks have been placed under receivership with more having to relook at their finances... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why I'm in NAN - New MD, Bayo OnanugaBayo Onanuga, the new Managing Director of the News Agency of Nigeria has pledg
Why I'm in NAN - New MD, Bayo Onanuga
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
Bayo Onanuga, the new Managing Director of the News Agency of Nigeria has pledged to "improve things" and ensure that the agency "gets better". Mr. Onanuga made the pledge while addressing some staffers of the agency in Abuja on Thursday. "I want... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Appetite for Govt Paper Continues to Grow Among Retail InvestorsAppetite for government paper has continued to grow significantly among retail
Appetite for Govt Paper Continues to Grow Among Retail Investors
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
Appetite for government paper has continued to grow significantly among retail investors, indicating that efforts by government and other capital markets stakeholders to encourage Rwandans to invest in bonds are paying off. According to a statement... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
36 Ships Laden With Petroleum Products, Foods Expected in Lagos PortsThirty six ships laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods are
36 Ships Laden With Petroleum Products, Foods Expected in Lagos Ports
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
Thirty six ships laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods are expected to arrive Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports in Lagos from May 26 to June 16. The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) stated this in its publication - 'Shipping... Read more
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asianage
Gold futures decline 0.15 per cent on global cues(Representational Image) Gold is trading at Rs 28,695 per ten grams. New Delh
Gold futures decline 0.15 per cent on global cues
asianage / Posted 8 minutes ago
(Representational Image) Gold is trading at Rs 28,695 per ten grams. New Delhi: Amid a weak global trend, gold prices drifted lower by 0.15 per cent to Rs 28,695 per ten grams in futures trade on May 27 as participants cut their bets. At the Multi... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Timber Dealers Call for Review of Value Added Tax RegulationTimber dealers have expressed concern over the impending implementation of valu
Timber Dealers Call for Review of Value Added Tax Regulation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
Timber dealers have expressed concern over the impending implementation of value added tax (VAT) by the Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA). The dealers and furniture makers say many of them operate small businesses that would be affected by the tax if... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
New Economic Reforms Revolutionize Country's Business EnvironmentThe latest business reforms under the stewardship of Rwanda Development Board (
New Economic Reforms Revolutionize Country's Business Environment
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
The latest business reforms under the stewardship of Rwanda Development Board (RDB) are a landmark in improving the investment environment and the country's competitiveness and positioning. Rwanda ranks the second in Africa in the World Bank doing... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Losing the great Australian dream’HOUSING affordability was today declared in crisis with the Australian dream at
‘Losing the great Australian dream’
Herald Sun / Posted 9 minutes ago
HOUSING affordability was today declared in crisis with the Australian dream at risk of being lost. The warning came as Liberals and Labor pledged to leverage measures to lower prices from the states, possibly by tying land supply deregulation to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Local Government Minister Calls for Accountable LeadershipBy Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti and Diana Nashive Despite registered success in e
Local Government Minister Calls for Accountable Leadership
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
By Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti and Diana Nashive Despite registered success in ensuring accountability of leaders, both at the central and local government levels, there is still a lot to be done in order to realise the country's vision for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Bombings - Chevron Suspends Operations As Oil Rises Above U.S.$50/BarrelBy Michael Eboh With Agency Report Militants, Thursday, blew up Chevron Nigeri
Bombings - Chevron Suspends Operations As Oil Rises Above U.S.$50/Barrel
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
By Michael Eboh With Agency Report Militants, Thursday, blew up Chevron Nigeria Limited's onshore oil facilities in the Niger Delta, forcing the company to shut down its operations. This was even as the price of crude oil rose above $50 a barrel,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Myrtleford, May 27: Steers reach 431c/kgSuccessful vendors: Colin Hall from Coolangubba in the Buckland Valley and Lyn
Myrtleford, May 27: Steers reach 431c/kg
Weekly Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Successful vendors: Colin Hall from Coolangubba in the Buckland Valley and Lyn Townsend from Bright both sold cattle at the sale, which was the first in Victoria to be interfaced with AutionsPlus. STEER prices reached 431c/kg at Myrtleford as recent... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
City of Kigali's Priority Is Affordable Housing - MayorAn aerial view of new housing units in Kibagabaga Sector, Gasabo District, Kiga
City of Kigali's Priority Is Affordable Housing - Mayor
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
An aerial view of new housing units in Kibagabaga Sector, Gasabo District, Kigali (file photo) The City of Kigali might enjoy envious fame for its cleanliness and security, but the issue of affordable housing for dwellers continues to be the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Regional Bloc Budget Drops By U.S $10 MillionFarmers in Ruryaraya in Rwamagana District till their land. The 216/17 EAC Budg
Regional Bloc Budget Drops By U.S $10 Million
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
Farmers in Ruryaraya in Rwamagana District till their land. The 216/17 EAC Budget will prioritise the enhancement of productivity and value addition in key productive sectors, including regional agriculture. Tanzanian Deputy Minister for Foreign... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ dollar gains as Fed rate hike timing weighed, poll shows Brexit has chanceThe New Zealand dollar gained from a two-month low as a poll showed there's sti
NZ dollar gains as Fed rate hike timing weighed, poll shows Brexit has chance
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 9 minutes ago
The New Zealand dollar gained from a two-month low as a poll showed there's still a chance Britain will vote to exit the European Union next month, creating market uncertainty that may discourage the Federal Reserve from hiking interest rates in... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Peters: Farmers Must Reject Being National’s DoormatWaikato Federated Farmers,Airport Conference CentreTamahere,Hamilton5pm, 27th M
Peters: Farmers Must Reject Being National’s Doormat
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 10 minutes ago
Waikato Federated Farmers,Airport Conference CentreTamahere,Hamilton5pm, 27th May, 2016“Farmers Must Reject Being National’s Doormat”Twenty-eight years ago, the late David Lange said: "Farming is a sunset industry and manufacturing and tourism will... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
BlueScope Steel sees 'dramatic increase' in profitabilityBlueScope Steel rebounding on cost cutting, but workforce resentment rising Th
BlueScope Steel sees 'dramatic increase' in profitability
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 minutes ago
BlueScope Steel rebounding on cost cutting, but workforce resentment rising This time last year Australia's biggest steelmaker BlueScope was in serious trouble. The future of its last blast furnace was under review, it was still haemorrhaging cash... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Top 50 ETFs The Investors Chronicle Top 50 ETF list is now in its third year. In 2014 we
Top 50 ETFs
Investors Chronicle / Posted 13 minutes ago
The Investors Chronicle Top 50 ETF list is now in its third year. In 2014 we launched the list as a selection of core long-term building blocks for your portfolio. This year our selection has been tailored to maximise the benefit of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
What Gail Kelly did nextFormer Westpac chief executive Gail Kelly has been hired to advise the top glob
What Gail Kelly did next
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
Former Westpac chief executive Gail Kelly has been hired to advise the top global managers of UBS on issues including strategy, risk and regulation. The Swiss investment bank's chief executive, Sergio Ermotti, this week told staff of Mrs Kelly's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why is retail so bleak?You don't have to go far to see a headline suggesting retail is in trouble. Woo
Why is retail so bleak?
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
You don't have to go far to see a headline suggesting retail is in trouble. Woolies' supermarket sales growth is, well, in decline. Its Masters hardware stores are being shuttered or sold. Target, owned by Wesfarmers, is costing its parent over $1... Read more
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Office of the President - Philippines
Republic Act No. 10857H. No. 4458 Republic of the Philippines Congress of the Philippines Sixteent
Republic Act No. 10857
Office of the President - Philippines / Posted 15 minutes ago
H. No. 4458 Republic of the Philippines Congress of the Philippines Sixteenth Congress Third Regular Session Begun and held in Metro Manila, on Monday, the twenty-seventh day of July, two thousand fifteen. AN ACT ESTABLISHING MANGROVE CRAB SEED... Read more
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The Age
Premier Investments steaming ahead with Smiggle in BritainPremier Investments CEO Mark McInnes, left, and chairman Solomon Lew, say Smigg
Premier Investments steaming ahead with Smiggle in Britain
The Age / Posted 18 minutes ago
Premier Investments CEO Mark McInnes, left, and chairman Solomon Lew, say Smiggle is heading to being a global business. Photo: Greg Briggs Premier Investments' bold expansion of the Smiggle stationery chain in Britain is paying off, with the... Read more
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