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Financial News Network
Propertylink acquires new industrial assetPropertylink (ASX:PLG) has acquired an industrial asset in Sydney’s Frenchs For
Financial News Network / Posted a minute ago
Propertylink (ASX:PLG) has acquired an industrial asset in Sydney’s Frenchs Forest for $20.7 million to expand its investments. The property was purchased off market from a private vendor. This increases the real estate group’s industrial property... Read more
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Financial News Network
Sky and Space Global discusses partnerships, continues testingSky and Space Global (ASX:SAS) says it is discussing strategic partnerships wit
Financial News Network / Posted a minute ago
Sky and Space Global (ASX:SAS) says it is discussing strategic partnerships with industry players as it continues to work on its 3 Diamonds nano-satellites. The satellite developer is continuing to test its phone calls, instant messages, voice... Read more
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Boston Globe
Financial regulator will rely on industry to self-report wrongdoingNEW YORK — After years as a sleepy federal backwater, the Commodity Futures Tra
Boston Globe / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEW YORK — After years as a sleepy federal backwater, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission became one of Wall Street’s most aggressive watchdogs during the Barack Obama administration. Now the agency — responsible for policing a broad swath of... Read more
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News.com.au
We’ll take hit over ATM fees: banksAustralia's big four banks are still in the sights of politicians despite axing
News.com.au / Posted 4 minutes ago
Australia's big four banks are still in the sights of politicians despite axing ATM withdrawal fees. Australia’s big four banks are insisting the costs of axing ATM withdrawal fees won’t be passed onto customers through other means. Picture: Mathew... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
We’ll take hit over ATM fees: banksAUSTRALIA’S big four banks are insisting the costs of axing ATM withdrawal fees
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 minutes ago
AUSTRALIA’S big four banks are insisting the costs of axing ATM withdrawal fees won’t be passed onto customers through other means. It’s estimated the move will cost the Big Four about $500 million a year — about 1.7 per cent of their combined... Read more
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Adelaide Now
We’ll take hit over ATM fees: banksAUSTRALIA’S big four banks are insisting the costs of axing ATM withdrawal fees
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 minutes ago
AUSTRALIA’S big four banks are insisting the costs of axing ATM withdrawal fees won’t be passed onto customers through other means. It’s estimated the move will cost the Big Four about $500 million a year — about 1.7 per cent of their combined... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Singapore crowned best city of the futureINVESTMENT gurus have deemed Singapore to be the best City of the Future in the
Asian Correspondent / Posted 8 minutes ago
INVESTMENT gurus have deemed Singapore to be the best City of the Future in the Asia-Pacific region for the second time in a row. The Foreign Direct Investment (fDi) Intelligence unit of the Financial Times has just released its biennial... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Sealed bids draw attention: Popularity of silent auctions rises in some areasGRAND FORKS -- It may be one the most colorful images in U.S. agriculture: A te
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 10 minutes ago
GRAND FORKS -- It may be one the most colorful images in U.S. agriculture: A tense group of farmers, bunched in a room, bidding energetically against their neighbors to buy land. But that scene has become less common in parts of Agweek Country,... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival reaches out to Mexican, Puerto Rican disaster victimsST. LOUIS, MO - The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival held in Soulard this we
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 12 minutes ago
ST. LOUIS, MO - The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival held in Soulard this weekend took on an even bigger meaning this year. Not only did the event celebrate the Hispanic culture but it also raised money and awareness for those affected by... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival reaches out to Mexican, Puerto Rican disaster victimsST. LOUIS, MO - The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival held in Soulard this we
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 15 minutes ago
ST. LOUIS, MO - The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival held in Soulard this weekend took on an even bigger meaning this year. Not only did the event celebrate the Hispanic culture but it also raised money and awareness for those affected by... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Lancaster businesses unite to raise funds for people affected by hurricane in Puerto RicoLANCASTER, Pa. -- Puerto Rico was hit by Hurricane Irma and then Hurricane Mari
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 16 minutes ago
LANCASTER, Pa. -- Puerto Rico was hit by Hurricane Irma and then Hurricane Maria, and people in Lancaster are uniting to help. Wayne Mutata, a fitness professional with ITrain Studio, said, "Right now the world is a crazy place, and all we have is... Read more
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Marketing Interactive
72andSunny names Chiew Ling Tan as talent director for SG operations72andSunny has named Chiew Ling Tan as director of talent and operations for it
Marketing Interactive / Posted 26 minutes ago
72andSunny has named Chiew Ling Tan as director of talent and operations for its Singapore arm. In the role of director of talent and operations, Chiew Ling Tan will help anchor Singapore as the Asia base for clients, talents and partners. This will... Read more
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Marketing Interactive
Orchard Road Business Association picks agencies for PR and marketing dutiesOrchard Road Business Association has appointed PR agency Saffron Communication
Marketing Interactive / Posted 26 minutes ago
Orchard Road Business Association has appointed PR agency Saffron Communications and media agency BlackBlue Media Group (BBMG) to manage public relations and marketing duties for its signature “Christmas on A Great Street” campaign across Singapore,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
The silver lining to ageingA group of elderly people do exercise at Lumpini Park. WEERAWONG WONGPREEDEE T
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 26 minutes ago
A group of elderly people do exercise at Lumpini Park. WEERAWONG WONGPREEDEE Thailand is already an ageing society, with the percentage of its population aged 60 and older making up more than 10% of the total. The National Economic and Social... Read more
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Intelligent Investor
Painful lessons from GBST‘The purpose of a tyre is not to prevent punctures,’ said the bike shop sales a
Intelligent Investor / Posted 29 minutes ago
‘The purpose of a tyre is not to prevent punctures,’ said the bike shop sales assistant. ‘I can get you some solid hunks of rubber, but you wouldn’t thank me – they’d be heavy and uncomfortable, and you’d get terrible grip.’ I saw myself rattling... Read more
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Motley Fool
Top broker slap $3 price target on Metcash Limited shares Although the Metcash Limited(ASX: MTS) share price is down almost 2% to $2.70
Motley Fool / Posted 30 minutes ago
Although the Metcash Limited(ASX: MTS) share price is down almost 2% to $2.70 in morning trade, there may be gains ahead for the shares of this wholesaler and distributor according to one... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares shrug off concernsThe Australian share market has started on a positive note amid broad-based gai
TheBull / Posted 31 minutes ago
The Australian share market has started on a positive note amid broad-based gains with investors ignoring lingering risk concerns. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 stock index was up 0.27 per cent after the first half-hour of trade, with all sectors bar... Read more
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TheBull
Home sales jump while prices remain flatHome sales have increased across all but one of the capital cities in the past
TheBull / Posted 31 minutes ago
Home sales have increased across all but one of the capital cities in the past seven days, marking the busiest week for auctions since the end of May, while home prices remain flat virtually across the board. There were 2,759 auctions held across... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
Bain's China education business set for NASDAQ IPOAVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provi
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 33 minutes ago
AVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provide advisory, financial, legal and technological services to the private equity, venture capital and M&A industries. It is packed with facts and figures on more than... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
Ironbridge makes partial exit from Australia's BravuraAVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provi
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 33 minutes ago
AVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provide advisory, financial, legal and technological services to the private equity, venture capital and M&A industries. It is packed with facts and figures on more than... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
Ex-TPG Asia head Ben Gray launches debut fundAVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provi
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 33 minutes ago
AVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provide advisory, financial, legal and technological services to the private equity, venture capital and M&A industries. It is packed with facts and figures on more than... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
China-backed Canyon Bridge agrees UK semiconductor dealAVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provi
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 33 minutes ago
AVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provide advisory, financial, legal and technological services to the private equity, venture capital and M&A industries. It is packed with facts and figures on more than... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Japan's manufacturing sector continues to strengthenPhoto by Andy Lyons/Getty Images Japan’s manufacturing sector continued to str
Business Insider Australia / Posted 36 minutes ago
Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images Japan’s manufacturing sector continued to strengthen in September, according to data released by IHS Markit today. The group’s flash manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) rose 0.4 points to 52.6, leaving it... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Home sales jump while prices remain flatHome sales have increased across all but one of the capital cities in the past
Sky News Australia / Posted 36 minutes ago
Home sales have increased across all but one of the capital cities in the past seven days, marking the busiest week for auctions since the end of May, while home prices remain flat virtually across the board. There were 2,759 auctions held across... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Premier Investments lifts FY profit 1.2%Retail group Premier Investments has lifted its full-year net profit by 1.2 per
Sky News Australia / Posted 36 minutes ago
Retail group Premier Investments has lifted its full-year net profit by 1.2 per cent to $105.1 million. The Solomon Lew-backed group, which includes stationery chain Smiggle and sleepwear chain Peter Alexander, reported sales revenue growth of 3.98... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
'MORE NEWS TO COME': Scott Morrison hints banks might move on credit card charges nextTreasurer Scott Morrison. Photo: Stefan Postles/ Getty. Australia’s big four b
Business Insider Australia / Posted 36 minutes ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison. Photo: Stefan Postles/ Getty. Australia’s big four banks may look at changes to credit card charges next as the Turnbull government keeps up the pressure on the scandal-plagued institutions. Yesterday, the Commonwealth got... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
LIFT-OFF: Australia's tech industry is over the moon about the new national space agencyAustralian technology industry figures are thrilled by the federal government’s
Business Insider Australia / Posted 36 minutes ago
Australian technology industry figures are thrilled by the federal government’s announcement today that it plans to establish a space agency. After lobbying from the industry and the scientific community, the government kicked off a review in July... Read more
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News.com.au
One-bedders in demand across MelbourneA one-bedroom apartment 2/25 Octavia St, St Kilda sold for $617,000 against a $
News.com.au / Posted 39 minutes ago
A one-bedroom apartment 2/25 Octavia St, St Kilda sold for $617,000 against a $500,000 reserve on the weekend. Source:Supplied ONE-bedroom apartments were hot property on the Melbourne auction market on the weekend, with one in St Kilda soaring... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Euro and kiwi slip on political newsThe euro has slipped after German Chancellor Angela Merkel won a fourth term in
The Courier Mail / Posted 43 minutes ago
The euro has slipped after German Chancellor Angela Merkel won a fourth term in a weekend election, but faced leading a much less stable coalition in a fractured parliament as support for the far-right party surged. "The market reacted by selling... Read more
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The Courier Mail
China banks told to stop N.Korea businessChina's central bank has told banks to strictly implement United Nations sancti
The Courier Mail / Posted 43 minutes ago
China's central bank has told banks to strictly implement United Nations sanctions against North Korea, four sources have told Reuters, amid US concerns that Beijing has not been tough enough over Pyongyang's repeated nuclear tests. Tensions between... Read more
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