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The Courier Mail
Broadspectrum to launch buybackDetention centre operator raises full-year earnings guidance, posts increased i
Broadspectrum to launch buyback
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
Detention centre operator raises full-year earnings guidance, posts increased interim result. Contracting giant Broadspectrum will buy back up to 10 per cent of the company’s shares over the next year, after the firm logged a rise in net profit for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Bendigo boosts cash earningsMargins come under pressure as first half marked by fierce competition in home
Bendigo boosts cash earnings
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
Margins come under pressure as first half marked by fierce competition in home loan market. Regional lender Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has managed to lift its half-year earnings despite its profit margin shrinking during the interim period, and says... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aurizon swings to first-half lossRail freight operator struggles with weakness in broader resources sector, will
Aurizon swings to first-half loss
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
Rail freight operator struggles with weakness in broader resources sector, will cut capex. Aurizon will cut its capital expenditure as it struggles with weakness in the resources sector that weighed heavily on its half-year results. The rail... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Amcor profit slips in first halfPackaging group sees higher full-year earnings on constant currency basis. Pac
Amcor profit slips in first half
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
Packaging group sees higher full-year earnings on constant currency basis. Packaging manufacturer Amcor has notched up a slight decline in profit for the first half of the year, but says full year earnings should grow on a constant currency... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Newcrest half year profit tumbles Newcrest Mining's half year profit has more than halved to $US81 million ($A1
Newcrest half year profit tumbles
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
Newcrest Mining's half year profit has more than halved to $US81 million ($A113.82 million) as lower gold and copper prices and a shutdown at a major mine weighed down the results. Australia's largest gold miner... Read more
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The Courier Mail
HSBC decides to stay in Britain HSBC has decided to keep its headquarters in Britain, following a review into
HSBC decides to stay in Britain
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
HSBC has decided to keep its headquarters in Britain, following a review into a potential move that could have shifted the group's base to Hong Kong. The decision to stay gives a boost to London's status as a global... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cut spending or end up like Greece: ACCI The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has warned that if government
Cut spending or end up like Greece: ACCI
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has warned that if government spending continues to grow faster than the economy Australia will need to continuously raise taxes. "If Australia waits until the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Citi: "There Was Something About The Entire Recovery Narrative That Is Downright Wrong"Yesterday, we laid out what according to Citi's Matt King, one of the most insi
Citi: "There Was Something About The Entire Recovery Narrative That Is Downright Wrong"
Zero Hedge / Posted 5 minutes ago
Yesterday, we laid out what according to Citi's Matt King, one of the most insightful and respected credit analysts in the world, is most surprising about the ongoing market selloff: the odd interplay between some asset classes which are declining in... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Negative Mortgage Rate ProgramSubmitted by Ramsey Su via Acting-Man.com, Something Needs to be Done – A Glim
The Negative Mortgage Rate Program
Zero Hedge / Posted 5 minutes ago
Submitted by Ramsey Su via Acting-Man.com, Something Needs to be Done – A Glimpse of the Future In the summer of 2016, US and global economic growth rates are nowhere close to estimates. In fact, a global recession, or worse, is imminent. At home,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
HSBC decides to stay in BritainLONDON: HSBC has decided to keep its headquarters in Britain, the bank said on
HSBC decides to stay in Britain
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 minutes ago
LONDON: HSBC has decided to keep its headquarters in Britain, the bank said on Sunday (Feb 14), following a review into a potential move that could have shifted the group's base to Hong Kong. The decision to stay gives a boost to London's status as... Read more
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Business Spectator
Broadspectrum to launch buybackContracting giant Broadspectrum will buy back up to 10 per cent of the company’
Broadspectrum to launch buyback
Business Spectator / Posted 6 minutes ago
Contracting giant Broadspectrum will buy back up to 10 per cent of the company’s shares over the next year, after the firm logged a rise in net profit for the first half. The detention centres operator today notched up a net profit of $25.1 million... Read more
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Business Spectator
Newcrest H1 profit divesNewcrest says it is repaying debt and taking a disciplined approach to capital
Newcrest H1 profit dives
Business Spectator / Posted 6 minutes ago
Newcrest says it is repaying debt and taking a disciplined approach to capital after its first-half profit plunged due to weak metal prices. Net profit tumbled 55 per cent to $US81 million in the six months to December 31, compared with the prior... Read more
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Business Spectator
Bendigo boosts cash earningsRegional lender Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has managed to lift its half-year ear
Bendigo boosts cash earnings
Business Spectator / Posted 6 minutes ago
Regional lender Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has managed to lift its half-year earnings despite its profit margin shrinking during the interim period, and says mortgage rate hikes will help offset industry wide margin pressures. The bank increased its... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aurizon swings to first-half lossAurizon will cut its capital expenditure as it struggles with weakness in the r
Aurizon swings to first-half loss
Business Spectator / Posted 6 minutes ago
Aurizon will cut its capital expenditure as it struggles with weakness in the resources sector that weighed heavily on its half-year results. The rail freight operator swung to a statutory net loss of $108 million in the six months to December 31,... Read more
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Business Spectator
Greencross rebuffs takeover offerVet clinics and pet products retailer Greencross has rebuffed a $770 million ta
Greencross rebuffs takeover offer
Business Spectator / Posted 6 minutes ago
Vet clinics and pet products retailer Greencross has rebuffed a $770 million takeover offer from a private equity consortium. Greencross on Monday revealed it had received the offer at the weekend from the consortium of TPG Capital, The Carlyle... Read more
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NZCity
US venture capital firm to buy DiligentNew York-based and NZX-listed Diligent Corp is being acquired by venture capita
US venture capital firm to buy Diligent
NZCity / Posted 7 minutes ago
New York-based and NZX-listed Diligent Corp is being acquired by venture capital firm Insight Venture Partners in a deal that values the governance software developer at $941 million. Under the terms of the agreement, Diligent shareholders will... Read more
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The Age
Amcor profit hit by strengthening US dollarAmcor chief executive Ron Delia said the business was performing strongly. Pho
Amcor profit hit by strengthening US dollar
The Age / Posted 11 minutes ago
Amcor chief executive Ron Delia said the business was performing strongly. Photo: Paul Jeffers Packaging giant Amcor has announced that a strengthening US dollar saw net profit in the December half drop 4.9 per cent from a year ago. Net profit... Read more
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The Age
Newcrest Mining profit slides, dividend drought continuesThe company did not pay an interim dividend, and analysts are divided over whet
Newcrest Mining profit slides, dividend drought continues
The Age / Posted 11 minutes ago
The company did not pay an interim dividend, and analysts are divided over whether Newcrest can pay a dividend at the full-year results in August. Weak copper and gold prices have driven Newcrest Mining profits 55 per cent lower and ensured the... Read more
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Southwest Daily News
Naquin discusses ins and outs of tax law with WCCC Greg Naquin, a CPA with McElroy, Quirk and Burch, gave an update on tax laws
Naquin discusses ins and outs of tax law with WCCC
Southwest Daily News / Posted 11 minutes ago
Greg Naquin, a CPA with McElroy, Quirk and Burch, gave an update on tax laws at the Thursday, February 11, meeting of the West Calcasieu Chamber of Commerce (WCCC). Posted Feb. 14, 2016 at 4:00... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Amcor profit hit by strengthening US dollarAmcor chief executive Ron Delia said the business was performing strongly. Pho
Amcor profit hit by strengthening US dollar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
Amcor chief executive Ron Delia said the business was performing strongly. Photo: Paul Jeffers Packaging giant Amcor has announced that a strengthening US dollar saw net profit in the December half drop 4.9 per cent from a year ago. Net profit... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Newcrest Mining profit slides, dividend drought continuesThe company did not pay an interim dividend, and analysts are divided over whet
Newcrest Mining profit slides, dividend drought continues
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
The company did not pay an interim dividend, and analysts are divided over whether Newcrest can pay a dividend at the full-year results in August. Weak copper and gold prices have driven Newcrest Mining profits 55 per cent lower and ensured the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Greencross snubs sweetened $770m bid from TPG and CarlylePet care group Greencross has rejected another takeover bid from private equity
Greencross snubs sweetened $770m bid from TPG and Carlyle
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
Pet care group Greencross has rejected another takeover bid from private equity. Pet care company Greencross has rejected a modestly sweetened $770 million takeover bid from private equity firms TPG and Caryle and former Greencross chief executive... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aurizon swings to first-half loss on more write-downsAurizon CEO Lance Hockridge is creating a dedicated team to slash costs. Photo:
Aurizon swings to first-half loss on more write-downs
Canberra Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
Aurizon CEO Lance Hockridge is creating a dedicated team to slash costs. Photo: Glenn Hunt Aurizon chief executive Lance Hockridge said the rail group was setting up a "dedicated unit" to slash costs as it revealed fresh write-downs and swung to a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Amcor profit hit by strengthening US dollarAmcor chief executive Ron Delia said the business was performing strongly. Pho
Amcor profit hit by strengthening US dollar
Canberra Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
Amcor chief executive Ron Delia said the business was performing strongly. Photo: Paul Jeffers Packaging giant Amcor has announced that a strengthening US dollar saw net profit in the December half drop 4.9 per cent from a year ago. Net profit... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bounce, baby, bounceRoll up! Roll up! With world wide liquidity approaching GFC levels of dryness
Bounce, baby, bounce
Canberra Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
Roll up! Roll up! With world wide liquidity approaching GFC levels of dryness I bet its very hard to find $5 BILLION to take ones assets private. Toot toot! Get aboard the Packer Train - Crown Notes giving over 9% at current prices. Casino Boom... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Ticking time bomb': Kyle Bass bets against ChinaAs worries grow over China's ability to prop up its currency, hedge fund manage
'Ticking time bomb': Kyle Bass bets against China
Canberra Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
As worries grow over China's ability to prop up its currency, hedge fund manager Kyle Bass has claimed that the country's foreign reserves war chest is "already below critical level" and that there's a "ticking time bomb" in China's enormous banking... Read more
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Canberra Times
Newcrest Mining profit slides, dividend drought continuesThe company did not pay an interim dividend, and analysts are divided over whet
Newcrest Mining profit slides, dividend drought continues
Canberra Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
The company did not pay an interim dividend, and analysts are divided over whether Newcrest can pay a dividend at the full-year results in August. Weak copper and gold prices have driven Newcrest Mining profits 55 per cent lower and ensured the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Greencross snubs sweetened $770m bid from TPG and CarlylePet care group Greencross has rejected another takeover bid from private equity
Greencross snubs sweetened $770m bid from TPG and Carlyle
Canberra Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
Pet care group Greencross has rejected another takeover bid from private equity. Pet care company Greencross has rejected a modestly sweetened $770 million takeover bid from private equity firms TPG and Caryle and former Greencross chief executive... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Wyoming Business Alliance discusses results of meetingsCHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Business Alliance has held meetings in the la
Wyoming Business Alliance discusses results of meetings
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 16 minutes ago
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Business Alliance has held meetings in the last year in each of the state's 23 counties to discuss economic development pertaining to individual counties and communities. Among the top economic issues raised... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
GOLDMAN SACHS: The 'mantra' in Silicon Valley has changedPrivate tech companies are having a tough go of it — and they're starting to ma
GOLDMAN SACHS: The 'mantra' in Silicon Valley has changed
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 22 minutes ago
Private tech companies are having a tough go of it — and they're starting to make some changes. Many tech startups that have reached the coveted billion-dollar "unicorn" status are now struggling to raise capital as investors worry about... Read more
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