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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 4 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 4 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 4 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 6 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 11 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 12 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 12 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 12 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 12 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 12 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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Sydney Morning Herald
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight targetVirgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti says the airline will consider
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight target
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 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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Sydney Morning Herald
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
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 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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Sydney Morning Herald
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
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 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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Airdrie Echo
How much does gas need to cost for hybrids to pay off?Last week, the price of gas slid below 70 cents a litre. Oh, that was only in A
How much does gas need to cost for hybrids to pay off?
Airdrie Echo / Posted 12 minutes ago
Last week, the price of gas slid below 70 cents a litre. Oh, that was only in Alberta, and consumers in higher tax constituencies — stand up and take a bow, British Columbia and Quebec — were still paying more than 90 cents a litre. But, nonetheless,... Read more
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Canberra Times
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
Canberra Times / Posted 14 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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Canberra Times
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
Canberra Times / Posted 14 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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Canberra Times
China, results, jobs to weigh on investorsASX futures are pointing to a gain of 87 points on Monday, after US and Europea
China, results, jobs to weigh on investors
Canberra Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
ASX futures are pointing to a gain of 87 points on Monday, after US and European markets rallied strongly on Friday, boosted by financial and mining sectors. Photo: Jessica Shapiro The Australian market is set to open higher on Monday, with... Read more
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Canberra Times
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
Canberra Times / Posted 14 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
2 related stories
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Canberra Times
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight targetVirgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti says the airline will consider
Virgin Australia confident of meeting freight target
Canberra Times / Posted 14 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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Canberra Times
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
Canberra Times / Posted 14 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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Canberra Times
The value of ASX gold miners jumped $3 billion last weekGold has been pushed back onto the radar of investors, helped by the recent rec
The value of ASX gold miners jumped $3 billion last week
Canberra Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
Gold has been pushed back onto the radar of investors, helped by the recent recovery in the gold price. A collective $3 billion in market value has been added to the thriving Australian gold sector in the past week as established producers and... Read more
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Canberra Times
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
Canberra Times / Posted 14 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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Business Standard India
IPR policy will give industry the confidence to invest: Patrick KilbrideInterview with Executive director, international intellectual property, Global
IPR policy will give industry the confidence to invest: Patrick Kilbride
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
Interview with Executive director, international intellectual property, Global Intellectual Property Center, US Chamber of CommerceInterview with Executive director,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Disquieting decline in India Inc's sales, profitBudget will have to grapple with the twin imperatives of raising investment and
Disquieting decline in India Inc's sales, profit
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
Budget will have to grapple with the twin imperatives of raising investment and reviving demandBudget will have to grapple with the twin imperatives of raising investment and reviving demandA review of... Read more
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