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WA Today
Come on! There's nothing passive about AusSuper's operationGlamorous ad campaigns and glitzy sponsorships were once the domain of the reta
Come on! There's nothing passive about AusSuper's operation
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
Glamorous ad campaigns and glitzy sponsorships were once the domain of the retail super funds, the big-fee, bank-owned money managers. On the other side of the tracks, their modest rivals from the industry super sector eschewed the limelight. They... Read more
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WA Today
China "catch-up" sell-off expected after New Year holiday endsMarkets are bracing for a "catch-up" sell-off by Chinese traders as the world's
China "catch-up" sell-off expected after New Year holiday ends
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
Markets are bracing for a "catch-up" sell-off by Chinese traders as the world's second-largest economy resumes trading on Monday. A week's break for Chinese Lunar New Year could have been a week of reprieve for financial markets, which have been... Read more
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WA Today
Deposit interest rates feel the squeezeWestpac is the largest of a handful of financial institutions to cut interest r
Deposit interest rates feel the squeeze
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
Westpac is the largest of a handful of financial institutions to cut interest rates on savings accounts since the start of this year, as banks try to resist a squeeze on their profit margins. The bank this month cut the maximum interest rates... Read more
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WA Today
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight targetVirgin Australia remains confident in its target of at least $150 million of an
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight target
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
Virgin Australia remains confident in its target of at least $150 million of annual revenue from cargo by mid-2017, despite sales having gone backwards in the first half of the financial year as the business was restructured, chief executive John... Read more
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WA Today
Veda boss Nerida Caesar is about to get a $40m credit upgradeAs reporting season kicks into high gear, not everyone will be fretting about h
Veda boss Nerida Caesar is about to get a $40m credit upgrade
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
As reporting season kicks into high gear, not everyone will be fretting about how they will get punched around by the markets in the current maelstrom. Last week, Veda Group enjoyed its last day as an ASX-listed stock thanks to the $2.5 billion... Read more
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WA Today
More spending cuts likely from oil and gas majorsA heavy tide of red ink and prospective delays to new project are expected to w
More spending cuts likely from oil and gas majors
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
A heavy tide of red ink and prospective delays to new project are expected to weigh on the results of oil and gas majors that kick off this week with Woodside, which is to release its December-half results on Wednesday. Woodside has already flagged... Read more
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WA Today
The value of ASX gold miners jumped $3 billion last weekA collective $3 billion in market value has been added to the thriving Australi
The value of ASX gold miners jumped $3 billion last week
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
A collective $3 billion in market value has been added to the thriving Australian gold sector in the past week as established producers and junior project developers alike continue their golden run. An analysis of the bulk of the Australian... Read more
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WA Today
Market rout forces Aussie millionaires off the rich listThe number of Australian millionaires has fallen for the first time in five yea
Market rout forces Aussie millionaires off the rich list
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
The number of Australian millionaires has fallen for the first time in five years, following a turbulent year in financial markets. There are now 440,000 Australians who control more than $1 million in investable assets such as cash and equities,... Read more
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WA Today
China, results, jobs to weigh on investorsThe Australian market is set to open higher on Monday, with investors focused o
China, results, jobs to weigh on investors
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Australian market is set to open higher on Monday, with investors focused on jobs data, a raft of earning season results, and the resumption of Chinese trade after a week-long break. ASX futures are pointing to a gain of 87 points, after US and... Read more
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The Hindu
Prime Minister Modi urged to make reality match ‘Make in India’ hypeTwenty months after Mr. Modi swept to power, executives say more needs to be do
Prime Minister Modi urged to make reality match ‘Make in India’ hype
The Hindu / Posted 8 minutes ago
Twenty months after Mr. Modi swept to power, executives say more needs to be done, including improving infrastructure Thousands of people and mascots of lions swarmed the weekend opening of a “Make in India” drive to attract foreign direct... Read more
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The Hindu
Require firm action on retrospective tax issuesWith the world economy slowing down, India remains a rare beacon of growth. But
Require firm action on retrospective tax issues
The Hindu / Posted 8 minutes ago
With the world economy slowing down, India remains a rare beacon of growth. But as Mr. Arun Jaitley recently told the City of London, growth of 7 per cent or so isn’t enough to generate the jobs and livelihoods that young Indians need and... Read more
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The Hindu
Konkan Railway to seek Indian Railways’ help in raising equityThe Konkan Railway corporation Ltd. (KRCL) will seek the help of the Indian Rai
Konkan Railway to seek Indian Railways’ help in raising equity
The Hindu / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Konkan Railway corporation Ltd. (KRCL) will seek the help of the Indian Railways and all its state shareholders to raise additional equity in near future to fund its expansion, acting Chairman and Managing Director of KRCL Sanjay Gupta... Read more
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The Hindu
Tata Steel SEZ to invest over Rs. 2,000 cr in OdishaThe SEZ has received clearance from the state for setting up an industrial park
Tata Steel SEZ to invest over Rs. 2,000 cr in Odisha
The Hindu / Posted 8 minutes ago
The SEZ has received clearance from the state for setting up an industrial park Tata Steel SEZ today said it plans to invest between Rs 2,000 crore and 2,500 crore for development of infrastructure at Gopalpur in Odisha in the near-term. “We have... Read more
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The Hindu
Auto exports decline 19% in January“We are facing issues in Algeria as they have brought in some changes in techni
Auto exports decline 19% in January
The Hindu / Posted 8 minutes ago
“We are facing issues in Algeria as they have brought in some changes in technical regulations” Passenger car shipments from India declined 18.85 per cent to 33,909 units in January due to challenges in top export markets like Algeria, Europe and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
In Unexpected Twist, Oil Exporters Are Buying Treasurys While They Liquidate StocksLong before the mainstream media caught on to the topic of SWF selling of stock
In Unexpected Twist, Oil Exporters Are Buying Treasurys While They Liquidate Stocks
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 minutes ago
Long before the mainstream media caught on to the topic of SWF selling of stocks, we warned a month ago that as a result of the collapse in oil, and assuming oil remains priced at roughly $31 per barrel, the world's largest SWFs showin the chart... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"Killer Wave" Confirms Big Bear Market LoomsTechnical Evidence: Confirming a bear market It’s been 26 years since we devel
"Killer Wave" Confirms Big Bear Market Looms
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 minutes ago
Technical Evidence: Confirming a bear market It’s been 26 years since we developed our Negative Leadership Composite (NLC) to help identify the best buying opportunities, as well as the highest risk markets. It’s pure common sense that broad upside... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Bristol-Myers shares could rise 25 percent on cancer drug: Barron'sNEW YORK: Shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb could rise 25 percent within a year be
Bristol-Myers shares could rise 25 percent on cancer drug: Barron's
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 minutes ago
NEW YORK: Shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb could rise 25 percent within a year because of its cancer-fighting drug Opdivo, which some analysts see generating US$8 billion to US$9 billion in annual sales in five years, Barron's said in its latest... Read more
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Fortune
This Is When Investors Will Take Your Company SeriouslyThe Entrepreneur Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtf
This Is When Investors Will Take Your Company Seriously
Fortune / Posted 13 minutes ago
The Entrepreneur Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in America’s startup scene contribute answers to timely questions about entrepreneurship and careers. Today’s answer to the question “What’s the... Read more
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The Age
Market rout forces Aussie millionaires off the rich listThere are 440,000 Australians who control more than $1 million in investable as
Market rout forces Aussie millionaires off the rich list
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
There are 440,000 Australians who control more than $1 million in investable assets as of October, down from 445,000 in 2014, according to Investment Trends. Photo: Glenn Hunt The number of Australian millionaires has fallen for the first time in... Read more
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The Age
More spending cuts likely from oil and gas majorsOversupplied LNG markets are delaying further developments. A heavy tide of re
More spending cuts likely from oil and gas majors
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
Oversupplied LNG markets are delaying further developments. A heavy tide of red ink and prospective delays to new project are expected to weigh on the results of oil and gas majors that kick off this week with Woodside, which is to release its... Read more
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The Age
Deposit interest rates feel the squeezeDeposit interest rates continue to feel the crunch as banks try to protect thei
Deposit interest rates feel the squeeze
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
Deposit interest rates continue to feel the crunch as banks try to protect their margins. Photo: Louie Douvis Westpac is the largest of a handful of financial institutions to cut interest rates on savings accounts since the start of this year, as... Read more
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The Age
Veda boss Nerida Caesar is about to get a $40m credit upgradeVeda chief executive Nerida Caesar. Photo: Jessica Hromas As reporting season
Veda boss Nerida Caesar is about to get a $40m credit upgrade
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
Veda chief executive Nerida Caesar. Photo: Jessica Hromas As reporting season kicks into high gear, not everyone will be fretting about how they will get punched around by the markets in the current maelstrom. Last week, Veda Group enjoyed its last... Read more
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The Age
Come on! There's nothing passive about AusSuper's operationLleyton Hewitt helps promote AustralianSuper Photo: AP Glamorous ad campaigns
Come on! There's nothing passive about AusSuper's operation
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
Lleyton Hewitt helps promote AustralianSuper Photo: AP Glamorous ad campaigns and glitzy sponsorships were once the domain of the retail super funds, the big-fee, bank-owned money managers. On the other side of the tracks, their modest rivals from... Read more
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The Age
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight targetVirgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti says the airline will consider
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight target
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti says the airline will consider buying dedicated freighters. Photo: Daniel Munoz Virgin Australia remains confident in its target of at least $150 million of annual revenue from cargo by mid-2017,... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
Anne Sadler: Check out these income tax tips for homeowners Posted Feb. 14, 2016 at 12:31 PM Posted Feb. 14, 2016 at 12:31 PM It's tax
Anne Sadler: Check out these income tax tips for homeowners
The Journal-Standard / Posted 18 minutes ago
Posted Feb. 14, 2016 at 12:31 PM Posted Feb. 14, 2016 at 12:31 PM It's tax time again and if you are a homeowner there are some things you should know before you file your taxes this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sussan Ley targets $800m medical devices wasteBrisbane surgeon Andrew Stevenson who preferred to use a $99 disposable laparas
Sussan Ley targets $800m medical devices waste
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 minutes ago
Brisbane surgeon Andrew Stevenson who preferred to use a $99 disposable laparascopic clip, but had to pay $412 under the federal Department of Health price list. Photo: Bradley Kanaris Health Minister Sussan Ley has pledged to review claims of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Veda boss Nerida Caesar is about to get a $40m credit upgradeVeda chief executive Nerida Caesar. Photo: Jessica Hromas As reporting season
Veda boss Nerida Caesar is about to get a $40m credit upgrade
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 minutes ago
Veda chief executive Nerida Caesar. Photo: Jessica Hromas As reporting season kicks into high gear, not everyone will be fretting about how they will get punched around by the markets in the current maelstrom. Last week, Veda Group enjoyed its last... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Come on! There's nothing passive about AusSuper's operationLleyton Hewitt helps promote AustralianSuper Photo: AP Glamorous ad campaigns
Come on! There's nothing passive about AusSuper's operation
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 minutes ago
Lleyton Hewitt helps promote AustralianSuper Photo: AP Glamorous ad campaigns and glitzy sponsorships were once the domain of the retail super funds, the big-fee, bank-owned money managers. On the other side of the tracks, their modest rivals from... Read more
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chroniclelive
We mark Monday's 45-year anniversary of decimalisationIt was 45 years ago on Monday that decimalisation came in and the nation’s belo
We mark Monday's 45-year anniversary of decimalisation
chroniclelive / Posted 19 minutes ago
It was 45 years ago on Monday that decimalisation came in and the nation’s beloved pounds, shilling and pence were finally prised from the grasp of the British public. Shoppers and businessmen had been bracing themselves for years and while the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
More spending cuts likely from oil and gas majorsOversupplied LNG markets are delaying further developments. A heavy tide of re
More spending cuts likely from oil and gas majors
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 minutes ago
Oversupplied LNG markets are delaying further developments. A heavy tide of red ink and prospective delays to new project are expected to weigh on the results of oil and gas majors that kick off this week with Woodside, which is to release its... Read more
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