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dna
PM Modi's visit revives real estate interest in Navi MumbaiFollowing the groundbreaking ceremony of the proposed Navi Mumbai International
dna / Posted 6 minutes ago
Following the groundbreaking ceremony of the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) by Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently, the sluggish property market is now on the surge in Navi Mumbai. According to officials from the Maharashtra... Read more
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Canberra Times
Barack Obama to speak in Sydney in MarchFormer United States president Barack Obama will visit Australia next month as
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Former United States president Barack Obama will visit Australia next month as part of a trip that will also see him speak in New Zealand. The New Zealand United States Council announced on Sunday it would host Mr Obama at speaking events in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brisbane motorists prepared to pay to avoid delays as toll road figures revealedMotorists are shifting to Brisbane’s Airport Link toll tunnel as roadworks chok
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Motorists are shifting to Brisbane’s Airport Link toll tunnel as roadworks choke Kingsford Smith Drive and they are shunning the very short Go Between Bridge, the latest toll traffic figures show. It is one of the first signs of Brisbane drivers... Read more
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Canberra Times
William Hill slashes value of Tom Waterhouse-led Australian businessOnline betting volumes are sinking at Tom Waterhouse's troubled gambling compan
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Online betting volumes are sinking at Tom Waterhouse's troubled gambling company, William Hill Australia, due to new laws banning bookmakers from offering lines of credit to customers. William Hill, the UK's second-largest bookmaker, has revealed... Read more
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Canberra Times
Not even the IMF is worried by our huge foreign debtIn its latest report on Australia, the International Monetary Fund says it isn'
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
In its latest report on Australia, the International Monetary Fund says it isn't worried by our net foreign debt, now just a squeak short of $1 trillion. Just as well, since none of us ever worries about it either. Still, it's nice to have the... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX waits on Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, US interest rate path in focusAustralian shares are poised to open higher to start the week, bolstered by a t
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Australian shares are poised to open higher to start the week, bolstered by a tech sector-paced rally on Wall Street, as local investors continue to analyse the latest corporate results. The biggest week for half-year profit reports showed that... Read more
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Canberra Times
APRA to face questions on 'liar loans' reviewBanking regulator Wayne Byres is expected to face questions about an official p
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Banking regulator Wayne Byres is expected to face questions about an official probe into fraud risk in the $1.6 trillion mortgage market when he appears at Senate estimates this week, after it was confirmed major banks provided the regulator with... Read more
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Canberra Times
8@eight: Bright start ahead for ASXThe tone of the weekend press has really centred on US trade relations, with Pe
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
The tone of the weekend press has really centred on US trade relations, with Peter Navarro promoted to assistant to Trump, while there has been a focus on reports Trump is backing the toughest possible restrictions on trade tariffs pushed out by the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Indebted SMSFs a danger to the financial system: Industry SuperSelf-managed super funds are adding fuel to Australia’s boom/bust property cycl
Canberra Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Self-managed super funds are adding fuel to Australia’s boom/bust property cycle and setting themselves up for big losses when the market retreats, an Industry Super analysis has found. The analysis of Tax Office returns finds that in the year to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for Monday, February 26, 2018Good morning, Canberra. Happy Monday - we're not quite done with the rain yet,
Canberra Times / Posted 10 minutes ago
Good morning, Canberra. Happy Monday - we're not quite done with the rain yet, with a medium chance of showers this morning and a top of 20 degrees forecast. I hope you all managed to keep dry over the weekend (I didn't!), and if you are a staff... Read more
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Canberra Times
From attics to paddocks: If you need extra space just rent itNeed more room to store your stuff, work on a hobby or park your caravan? Befor
Canberra Times / Posted 10 minutes ago
Need more room to store your stuff, work on a hobby or park your caravan? Before you move house, ask a neighbour. That’s what Pete Sutherland did when he was looking for extra space to set up Common Wood, his fledgling woodworking business. When he... Read more
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The Age
Banks advance to lead ASX higher Our Markets Live blog is temporarily unavailable due to a technical issue. It w
The Age / Posted 11 minutes ago
Our Markets Live blog is temporarily unavailable due to a technical issue. It will return as soon as possible. Australian shares climbed on Monday, with traders picking up on a rally in the US on Friday where all the benchmarks jumped more than 1.4... Read more
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The Border Mail
A lot to expect in upcoming Autumn Bull SalesAdvertising Feature Wirruna puts leading sires in bull sale The Wirruna Autum
The Border Mail / Posted 12 minutes ago
Advertising Feature Wirruna puts leading sires in bull sale The Wirruna Autumn Bull and Female sale will be held on property at “Spring Valley”, Holbrook, by the Locke family on Wednesday March 14. Stud principal Ian Locke said this year’s sale... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Banks advance to lead ASX higher Our Markets Live blog is temporarily unavailable due to a technical issue. It w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
Our Markets Live blog is temporarily unavailable due to a technical issue. It will return as soon as possible. Australian shares climbed on Monday, with traders picking up on a rally in the US on Friday where all the benchmarks jumped more than 1.4... Read more
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B&T
APAC Marketers Are The Global Leaders For AI AdoptionAsia-Pacific (APAC) marketers are leading the way in adopting of artificial int
B&T / Posted 17 minutes ago
Asia-Pacific (APAC) marketers are leading the way in adopting of artificial intelligence (AI) and the level of investment in digital skills training when compared to their US and European counterparts, new research has revealed. Adobe and... Read more
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B&T
Isentia CEO John Croll Quits After “Challenging Six Months”ASX-listed media intelligence company Isentia has announced the resignation of
B&T / Posted 17 minutes ago
ASX-listed media intelligence company Isentia has announced the resignation of its CEO and managing director John Croll. In a statement to shareholders, Isentia said Croll has given six months’ notice so that an orderly transition can occur, and the... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Venezuelans recycle worthless bolivar bills into craftsIn this Feb. 22, 2018 photo, Venezuelan Bolivars are weaved together at a vendo
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 17 minutes ago
In this Feb. 22, 2018 photo, Venezuelan Bolivars are weaved together at a vendor's table selling art and bags made from the currency in La Parada, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela. On a busy day, the creator Richard Segovia can sell as many as... Read more
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Intelligent Investor
Perpetual: Interim result 2018 The iconic funds management business is struggling, but the company's other t
Intelligent Investor / Posted 19 minutes ago
The iconic funds management business is struggling, but the company's other two businesses are picking up the slack. The wealth business, Perpetual Private, is motoring along with a 7%... Read more
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Motley Fool
Should income investors buy Viva Energy REIT Ltd for its 6.5% yield?Financial year 2018 is here and The Motley Fool's dividend detective Andrew Pag
Motley Fool / Posted 20 minutes ago
Financial year 2018 is here and The Motley Fool's dividend detective Andrew Page has revealed his must buy dividend share to grow your wealth in 2018. You might not know this market leader's name, but it's rapidly expanding into a highly profitable... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Commonwealth leaders urged to ‘set example’ by backing fair tradeCommonwealth leaders are being urged to prioritise fairer trade practices by em
Croydon Guardian / Posted 20 minutes ago
Commonwealth leaders are being urged to prioritise fairer trade practices by empowering women, tackling modern slavery and ending “poverty” wages. The Fairtrade Foundation warned “exploitation is still rife” in global trade, as it unveiled measures... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Government to introduce Bill to cap energy prices for millions in UKLegislation designed to cap energy prices for 11 million households across Brit
Croydon Guardian / Posted 20 minutes ago
Legislation designed to cap energy prices for 11 million households across Britain will be introduced to Parliament today. The Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill would allow Ofgem to limit tariffs until 2020, with the option to extend... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Former Carillion boss ‘dumped shares at first possible moment’The former finance director of collapsed construction giant Carillion “dumped”
Croydon Guardian / Posted 20 minutes ago
The former finance director of collapsed construction giant Carillion “dumped” the last of his shares – worth hundreds of thousands of pounds – at the first possible moment, it has been revealed. Fresh information was published following new letters... Read more
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Motley Fool
No profit for Osprey Medical Inc but it’s primed for growth Shares in medical device company, Osprey Medical Inc(ASX: OSP) opened up 1.6%
Motley Fool / Posted 20 minutes ago
Shares in medical device company, Osprey Medical Inc(ASX: OSP) opened up 1.6% to 30c per share today despite the company posting a net loss of $14.3 million on the release of its full year... Read more
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Motley Fool
Propel Funeral Partners Ltd share price up 5.4% after upgrading FY18 forecast The Propel Funeral Partners Ltd(ASX: PFP) share price has grown by 5.4% this
Motley Fool / Posted 20 minutes ago
The Propel Funeral Partners Ltd(ASX: PFP) share price has grown by 5.4% this morning after reporting its half-year result for the six months to 31 December 2017. Propel... Read more
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Motley Fool
Japara Healthcare Ltd shares drop lower on weak half-year result Last week the shares of Estia Health Ltd(ASX: EHE) and Regis Healthcare Ltd(A
Motley Fool / Posted 20 minutes ago
Last week the shares of Estia Health Ltd(ASX: EHE) and Regis Healthcare Ltd(ASX: REG) posted notably strong gains following the release of their respective half-year... Read more
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Motley Fool
HUB24 Ltd shares sink 5% on results announcement Shares in financial services company HUB24 Ltd(ASX: HUB) were down more than
Motley Fool / Posted 20 minutes ago
Shares in financial services company HUB24 Ltd(ASX: HUB) were down more than 5% at the time of writing to $10.69 with the release of the company’s half-year results. Focused on the delivery of the... Read more
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TheBull
Auctions pick up pace but home prices flatAuction clearance rates have significantly lifted over the past week across Aus
TheBull / Posted 20 minutes ago
Auction clearance rates have significantly lifted over the past week across Australia's five major capital cities. Nearly 3,200 homes went up for auction in the week to February 24 with a preliminary clearance rate of 70.5 per cent, property... Read more
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TheBull
Amaysim scraps dividend to focus on growthAmaysim has reported a first-half net loss of $2.37 million, down from an $8.3
TheBull / Posted 20 minutes ago
Amaysim has reported a first-half net loss of $2.37 million, down from an $8.3 million profit a year earlier, after acquisition and new produc costs hit its bottom line. The telecommunications and retail energy providers revenue for the six months... Read more
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TheBull
ASX back above 6,000 with Wall St tailwindThe Australian share market has moved back above 6,000 points in morning trade,
TheBull / Posted 21 minutes ago
The Australian share market has moved back above 6,000 points in morning trade, thanks to strong gains on Wall Street and a rise in global oil prices. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was trading 30.2 points, or 0.5 per cent, higher at 6,030.0 points... Read more
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The Holmes Report
EMEA News In Brief (February 26, 2018)HAMBURG — FischerAppelt (pictured) has reported a 10% increase in fees for 2017
The Holmes Report / Posted 23 minutes ago
HAMBURG — FischerAppelt (pictured) has reported a 10% increase in fees for 2017, to €54.9 million. The German PR and marketing group attributes its performance to growth in content marketing, digital and performance marketing. The group recently set... Read more
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