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express
Selling your house tips: THIS noise in your surrounding area could put off buyers SELLING your house can be a struggle particular if your neighbours don’t keep
express / Posted a minute ago
SELLING your house can be a struggle particular if your neighbours don’t keep noise to a minimum. Selling your house tips: Neighbours playing loud music is the number... Read more
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express
Amazon to create 1,000 jobs in UK to seize ‘fantastic opportunities’ after Brexit AMAZON has unveiled plans for a new warehouse near Bristol that is set to cre
express / Posted a minute ago
AMAZON has unveiled plans for a new warehouse near Bristol that is set to create over 1,000 jobs in a bid to meet growing customer demand. Amazon will open a new... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Miami celebrity astrologer Walter Mercado holding estate saleFamous Spanish-language astrologer Walter Mercado is having an estate sale at h
Sun-Sentinel / Posted a minute ago
Famous Spanish-language astrologer Walter Mercado is having an estate sale at his downtown Miami condo. The longtime celebrity astrologist known for his dramatic readings on Spanish-language television is selling all the contents from his home at... Read more
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express
China's dangerous debt mountain could spark huge GLOBAL COLLAPSE, the IMF warns CHINA'S surging debt is a dangerous risk that could plunge its economy into c
express / Posted a minute ago
CHINA'S surging debt is a dangerous risk that could plunge its economy into crisis and drag the world down with it, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has... Read more
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The Age
$16b Ausgrid sale to be scrutinised by Auditor-GeneralThe $16 billion privatisation of electricity company Ausgrid will be examined b
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
The $16 billion privatisation of electricity company Ausgrid will be examined by the NSW Auditor-General amid questions about the "unsolicited proposals" process used by the successful bidder. Last October then Premier Mike Baird announced that... Read more
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The Age
The long-suffering Qld towns that could be the next property hotspotsSome of Queensland’s worst performing regional towns could be the next property
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
Some of Queensland’s worst performing regional towns could be the next property hotspots, according to industry experts. This home at 18 Alexandra Street, North Ward, is one of the beautiful properties in Townsville on the market. In Townsville,... Read more
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The Age
Forget death and taxes, real estate is paying off for funeral operator InvocareWhat's the old saying about the only certainties in life are death and taxes?
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
What's the old saying about the only certainties in life are death and taxes? But this being Australia, ASX-listed funeral service provider, Invocare, thought a side bet on real estate ought to be a winner, and boy has it paid off. Invocare owns... Read more
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Gridley Herald
Gridley Herald's parent company purchases additional 79 publicationsGateHouse Media’s parent company, New Media Investment Group, recently announce
Gridley Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
GateHouse Media’s parent company, New Media Investment Group, recently announced its acquisition of 79 publications and related assets from Morris Publishing Group. Assets include 11 daily newspapers, including The Florida Times-Union in... Read more
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The Age
US investor keeps circling BHP, lifts ownershipActivist investor Elliott Management has racheted up the pressure on BHP, repea
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
Activist investor Elliott Management has racheted up the pressure on BHP, repeating its call for the mining giant to sell its US shale assets, as Elliott said it now owned 5 per cent of BHP's British shares. The news comes just days before BHP... Read more
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The Age
Aveo may be taking a big punt too earlyWith regulators and various state and federal governments breathing down the co
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
With regulators and various state and federal governments breathing down the collective neck of the retirement village industry it was little surprise that Aveo was in damage control when it released another record profit. It followed bombshell... Read more
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The Age
Dexus says office markets entering a ''golden period''Dexus Property has made the call that the Sydney and Melbourne office markets a
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
Dexus Property has made the call that the Sydney and Melbourne office markets are entering a golden period of high demand, low vacancy and few new developments, for at least another three years. This will lead to net rental growth, where incentives... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Nestle launches nut-free Walnut Whip range – and Twitter goes nuttyNestle is launching a nut-free range of its classic Walnut Whip in a move that
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 3 minutes ago
Nestle is launching a nut-free range of its classic Walnut Whip in a move that has angered some chocolate lovers. The firm claims the vanilla, caramel and mint varieties will offer consumers more choice. But many were unhappy the confectioner had... Read more
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The Irish Times
Industry groups unconvinced by UK border proposalsFollowing the release of UK proposals on Wednesday, the IFA said the idea of av
The Irish Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Following the release of UK proposals on Wednesday, the IFA said the idea of avoiding physical border infrastructure was “positive” but raised significant questions. “Cross border trade in agricultural produce encompasses crucial issues such as food... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Housing starts fall in JulyWASHINGTON — The Commerce Department said Wednesday that housing starts fell 4.
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 3 minutes ago
WASHINGTON — The Commerce Department said Wednesday that housing starts fell 4.8 percent in July to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.16 million. Groundbreakings for multi-family buildings such as apartments slumped 17.1 percent, while... Read more
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Market Watch
AndeavorRefining company and pipeline company Logistics LP announced Monday an agreem
Market Watch / Posted 3 minutes ago
Refining company and pipeline company Logistics LP announced Monday an agreement in which Logistics will buy master limited partnership Western Refining Logistics LP in a deal with an enterprise value of $1.8 billion,... Read more
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Market Watch
The pound is ‘extremely undervalued’ right now, according to UBSHas the pound hit rock bottom yet? But those forecasts are way too pessimistic
Market Watch / Posted 3 minutes ago
Has the pound hit rock bottom yet? But those forecasts are way too pessimistic, according to Dean Turner, economist at UBS Wealth Management. In a note out on Wednesday, he argues that the pound has been sold off too hard —particularly against the... Read more
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Market Watch
Dick's Sporting Goods downgraded on weak \Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. DKS, +2.18% was downgraded to hold from buy at Canac
Market Watch / Posted 3 minutes ago
Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. DKS, +2.18% was downgraded to hold from buy at Canaccord Genuity on concerns that heavy promotions are hurting the company. The price target was cut to $27 from $52. "To say we overstayed our welcome on Dick's Sporting... Read more
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Market Watch
The most livable city in the world is a long way from the U.S.Global livability is finally showing an improvement, although American cities a
Market Watch / Posted 3 minutes ago
Global livability is finally showing an improvement, although American cities are far from No. 1. Melbourne, Australia ranks as No. 1 for the seventh consecutive year, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 10th annual “Global Livability... Read more
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Market Watch
How financial advisers tell people to tackle big medical billsCourtesy photo John Wayne, top, in 1931's "Arizona." When clients worry about
Market Watch / Posted 3 minutes ago
Courtesy photo John Wayne, top, in 1931's "Arizona." When clients worry about how they’re going to afford a big or unexpected medical bill, financial adviser Neal Van Zutphen can relate. Mr. Van Zutphen, president of Intrinsic Wealth Counsel Inc.... Read more
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Market Watch
Treasury yields steady ahead of Fed minutesTreasury yields were flat in early Wednesday trade as investors awaited the rel
Market Watch / Posted 3 minutes ago
Treasury yields were flat in early Wednesday trade as investors awaited the release of the Federal Reserve’s minutes from the July policy meeting, which is widely expected to center on a balance sheet wind-down, a form of monetary tightening that... Read more
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The Star
MACC raids Isa Samad's house in NilaiNILAI: Officers from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission from Putrajaya we
The Star / Posted 3 minutes ago
NILAI: Officers from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission from Putrajaya went to the house of Tan Sri Mohd Isa Samad (pix) at Nilai Springs Heights here Wednesday. The team arrived at the house at about 4.40pm in three unmarked cars and left two... Read more
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The Star
Taliworks’ profit hammered by various factorsPETALING JAYA: Infrastructure company Taliworks Corp Bhd posted a net profit of
The Star / Posted 3 minutes ago
PETALING JAYA: Infrastructure company Taliworks Corp Bhd posted a net profit of RM6mil for the second quarter ended June 30, down 92% compared to the RM76.19mil achieved in the previous corresponding quarter. According to a Bursa Malaysia filing,... Read more
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The Star
PR1MA’s real estate value on Malay reserve land surges 10 timesAbdul Mutalib (right) with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at the eve
The Star / Posted 3 minutes ago
Abdul Mutalib (right) with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at the event in Putrajaya. - Bernama pic PUTRAJAYA: The real estate value of the 1Malaysia People’s Housing’s (PR1MA) projects built on the Malay reserve land has risen more than... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aveo may be taking a big punt too earlyWith regulators and various state and federal governments breathing down the co
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
With regulators and various state and federal governments breathing down the collective neck of the retirement village industry it was little surprise that Aveo was in damage control when it released another record profit. It followed bombshell... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dexus says office markets entering a ''golden period''Dexus Property has made the call that the Sydney and Melbourne office markets a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
Dexus Property has made the call that the Sydney and Melbourne office markets are entering a golden period of high demand, low vacancy and few new developments, for at least another three years. This will lead to net rental growth, where incentives... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$16b Ausgrid sale to be scrutinised by Auditor-GeneralThe $16 billion privatisation of electricity company Ausgrid will be examined b
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
The $16 billion privatisation of electricity company Ausgrid will be examined by the NSW Auditor-General amid questions about the "unsolicited proposals" process used by the successful bidder. Last October then Premier Mike Baird announced that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The long-suffering Qld towns that could be the next property hotspotsSome of Queensland’s worst performing regional towns could be the next property
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
Some of Queensland’s worst performing regional towns could be the next property hotspots, according to industry experts. This home at 18 Alexandra Street, North Ward, is one of the beautiful properties in Townsville on the market. In Townsville,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
US investor keeps circling BHP, lifts ownershipActivist investor Elliott Management has racheted up the pressure on BHP, repea
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
Activist investor Elliott Management has racheted up the pressure on BHP, repeating its call for the mining giant to sell its US shale assets, as Elliott said it now owned 5 per cent of BHP's British shares. The news comes just days before BHP... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Billionaire Brett Blundy's Hawkesbury River weekender sells for $18 millionBillionaire Brett Blundy has finally sold his Hawkesbury River property, Sweven
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
Billionaire Brett Blundy has finally sold his Hawkesbury River property, Sweven, ending a four-year sales campaign that started with $20 million hopes. The price is understood to be subject to strict confidentiality agreements, but property data... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Forget death and taxes, real estate is paying off for funeral operator InvocareWhat's the old saying about the only certainties in life are death and taxes?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
What's the old saying about the only certainties in life are death and taxes? But this being Australia, ASX-listed funeral service provider, Invocare, thought a side bet on real estate ought to be a winner, and boy has it paid off. Invocare owns... Read more
9 related articles
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