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Sydney Morning Herald
Malcolm Turnbull says the NBN was a mistake and may never make moneyPrime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says that, in hindsight, the National Broadband
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says that, in hindsight, the National Broadband Network project was a mistake and blamed the former Labor government for setting up a new government company to deliver the mammoth infrastructure project. And Mr... Read more
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FOX Business
Can Ctrip and Despegar.com Bounce Back After Last Week's Drop?It was a rough week for a couple of international travel portals. Shares of Chi
FOX Business / Posted 4 minutes ago
It was a rough week for a couple of international travel portals. Shares of China's Ctrip(NASDAQ: CTRP) and Argentina's Despegar.com(NYSE: DESP) declined 12% and 11%, respectively, last week, but the slides were not related. Despegar moved lower... Read more
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FOX Business
This Time It's Different: Part 3 of Our Series on U.S. DownturnsWall Street has infamously had its share of ugly Octobers, so Alison Southwick
FOX Business / Posted 4 minutes ago
Wall Street has infamously had its share of ugly Octobers, so Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp chose this month to offer their listeners a special treat: a four-part series on the history of market crashes in the United States. In this Motley... Read more
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FOX Business
Should Retirees Have Life Insurance?Before delving more deeply into this question, let's take a quick look at the d
FOX Business / Posted 4 minutes ago
Before delving more deeply into this question, let's take a quick look at the different types of life insurance policy kicking around the marketplace today. The two most common types of life insurance are term life and cash value. Term life is a... Read more
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The Age
Malcolm Turnbull says the NBN was a mistake and may never make moneyPrime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says that, in hindsight, the National Broadband
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says that, in hindsight, the National Broadband Network project was a mistake and blamed the former Labor government for setting up a new government company to deliver the mammoth infrastructure project. And Mr... Read more
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FOX Business
Can Ctrip and Despegar.com Bounce Back After Last Week's Drop?It was a rough week for a couple of international travel portals. Shares of Chi
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
It was a rough week for a couple of international travel portals. Shares of China's Ctrip(NASDAQ: CTRP) and Argentina's Despegar.com(NYSE: DESP) declined 12% and 11%, respectively, last week, but the slides were not related. Continue Reading... Read more
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FOX Business
Should Retirees Have Life Insurance?Continue Reading Below Before delving more deeply into this question, let's ta
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
Continue Reading Below Before delving more deeply into this question, let's take a quick look at the different types of life insurance policy kicking around the marketplace today. The two most common types of life insurance are term life and cash... Read more
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FOX Business
This Time It's Different: Part 3 of Our Series on U.S. DownturnsWall Street has infamously had its share of ugly Octobers, so Alison Southwick
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
Wall Street has infamously had its share of ugly Octobers, so Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp chose this month to offer their listeners a special treat: a four-part series on the history of market crashes in the United States. Continue Reading... Read more
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B&T
ANYDOKO Partners With Hong Kong Tourism Board For New Video CampaignSydney-based adtech start-up Muzaara has announced a new strategic partnership
B&T / Posted 6 minutes ago
Sydney-based adtech start-up Muzaara has announced a new strategic partnership with performance marketing platform Commission Factory. Together, Muzaara and Commision Factory are providing SMEs with a secret weapon to skyrocket their online brand... Read more
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B&T
Sunday TV Wrap: "Attack Of The Clones" Still Awful After 15 YearsSydney-based adtech start-up Muzaara has announced a new strategic partnership
B&T / Posted 6 minutes ago
Sydney-based adtech start-up Muzaara has announced a new strategic partnership with performance marketing platform Commission Factory. Together, Muzaara and Commision Factory are providing SMEs with a secret weapon to skyrocket their online brand... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Disgorgement' power for ASIC proposed in enforcement review The corporate regulator would be able to "disgorge" or confiscate company profi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 minutes ago
The corporate regulator would be able to "disgorge" or confiscate company profits obtained by breaking the law, under a proposal expected from a high-powered review. Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer will soon release a paper that argues for... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why Woodside Petroleum Limited is facing overseas headwindsWhy Woodside Petroleum Limited is facing overseas headwinds There’s always a d
Motley Fool / Posted 9 minutes ago
Why Woodside Petroleum Limited is facing overseas headwinds There’s always a degree of uncertainty when dealing with re-emerging markets. But recently those plans have been dampened amid brutal persecution of minorities and confusing media reports... Read more
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Motley Fool
Should you buy Praemium Ltd shares today? Praemium Ltd(ASX: PPS) recently announced record inflows to the platform for
Motley Fool / Posted 9 minutes ago
Praemium Ltd(ASX: PPS) recently announced record inflows to the platform for the September quarter with key milestones being; record quarterly inflows of $749 million, record Australian inflows of $578... Read more
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Motley Fool
Kogan.com Ltd shares storm higher on trading update In early trade the Kogan.com Ltd (ASX: KGN) share price has been amongst the
Motley Fool / Posted 9 minutes ago
In early trade the Kogan.com Ltd (ASX: KGN) share price has been amongst the best performers with a rise of almost 6% to $4.61. This gain brings the online retailer’s year-to-date return to in... Read more
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Motley Fool
Is this the best investment you’ll ever make?Two New Stock Picks Every Month! Not to alarm you, but you’re about to miss a
Motley Fool / Posted 9 minutes ago
Two New Stock Picks Every Month! Not to alarm you, but you’re about to miss a very important event! Chief Investment Advisor Scott Phillips and his team at Motley Fool Share Advisor are about to reveal their latest official stock recommendation. The... Read more
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The Age
'Disgorgement' power for ASIC proposed in enforcement review The corporate regulator would be able to "disgorge" or confiscate company profi
The Age / Posted 10 minutes ago
The corporate regulator would be able to "disgorge" or confiscate company profits obtained by breaking the law, under a proposal expected from a high-powered review. Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer will soon release a paper that argues for... Read more
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Calculated Risk
Sunday Night FuturesWeekend: • At 8:30 AM ET, Chicago Fed National Activity Index for September. T
Calculated Risk / Posted 13 minutes ago
Weekend: • At 8:30 AM ET, Chicago Fed National Activity Index for September. This is a composite index of other data. Oil prices were up over the last week with WTI futures at $52.15 per barrel and Brent at $58.01 per barrel. A year ago, WTI was at... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Xi's road map to the Chinese DreamIt's easy to forget that BRI, an unparalleled multinational connectivity drive
Op-Ed News / Posted 15 minutes ago
It's easy to forget that BRI, an unparalleled multinational connectivity drive set to economically link all points Asia to Europe and Africa, was announced only three years ago, in Astana (Central Asia) and Jakarta (Southeast Asia). What was... Read more
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WA Today
ANZ settles interest rate rigging case​ANZ Bank has agreed to settle a court case brought by the Australian Securitie
WA Today / Posted 15 minutes ago
​ANZ Bank has agreed to settle a court case brought by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission that alleged the bank rigged one of Australia's key interest rates. The settlement is reportedly worth $50 million, but the neither the bank... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Sales at Kogan are soaring as it prepares for a bumper Christmas shopping seasonKogan.com is preparing for a bumper Christmas shopping season while sales for t
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 minutes ago
Kogan.com is preparing for a bumper Christmas shopping season while sales for traditional retailers are sliding. Kogan.com today released its quarterly numbers showing a 39% rise in sales over the latest three months as the pure-play online retailer... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The gloom surrounding the US dollar looks like it's slowly starting to liftPhoto by Jamie Squire/Getty Images After months of selling, it appears that th
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 minutes ago
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images After months of selling, it appears that the gloom surrounding the US dollar is slowly starting to lift. According to data released by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), traders continued to buy... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The ANZ Bank has decided to pay up over alleged manipulation of interest ratesThe ANZ Bank says it has a confidential in-principle agreement with ASIC (Austr
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 minutes ago
The ANZ Bank says it has a confidential in-principle agreement with ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission) to settle court action relating to alleged manipulation of the Australian interbank bank bill swap rate (BBSW). Federal Court... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Argo cautious on local marketARGO Investments expects the local sharemarket to remain subdued in the short-t
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 minutes ago
ARGO Investments expects the local sharemarket to remain subdued in the short-term despite a positive reporting season and surging markets overseas. The investment company’s management will address shareholders in Adelaide this morning, reiterating... Read more
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News.com.au
Time to spread your property wingsDavid Koch explains the dos and don'ts of buying real estate. If you’re unsure
News.com.au / Posted 18 minutes ago
David Koch explains the dos and don'ts of buying real estate. If you’re unsure about a property investment, seek advice, but beware of spruikers.Source:Supplied PROPERTY’S popularity as an investment continues to grow, and you don’t need to spend... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Stark sheriff cuts staff to close budget deficitGary L. Smith of the Journal Star TOULON — For the second year in a row, the S
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 22 minutes ago
Gary L. Smith of the Journal Star TOULON — For the second year in a row, the Stark County Board appears poised to balance its annual budget largely on the back of the Sheriff’s Office. A projected shortfall of about $125,000 in the fiscal 2018... Read more
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Zero Hedge
What The ECB Will Announce This Week: A Summary Of All QE Tapering ScenariosThe main risk event in the coming week, in addition to a barrage of corporate e
Zero Hedge / Posted 24 minutes ago
The main risk event in the coming week, in addition to a barrage of corporate earnings, will be the ECB's long-awaited announcement of what the central bank's QE tapering will look like. Conveniently, thanks to a trial balloon released on October 12,... Read more
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Zero Hedge
USDJPY Inches Higher As Japanese Stocks Set For Longest Winning Streak In HistoryYen is weaker and Japanese equity futures notably higher following a landslide
Zero Hedge / Posted 24 minutes ago
Yen is weaker and Japanese equity futures notably higher following a landslide election victory for Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe which theoretically ushers in yet more easy monetary policy. USDJPY tried to run stos at 114.00 but failed (for now).... Read more
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NZCity
Vocus aims to sell NZ business by JuneVocus is aiming to sell its New Zealand business by the end of June. The telec
NZCity / Posted 26 minutes ago
Vocus is aiming to sell its New Zealand business by the end of June. The telecommunications provider, which has been reviewing the potential divestment of non-core assets since August, on Monday said it wants to sell Vocus New Zealand in the current... Read more
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EuroNews
Four UK power firms call for carbon price floor extensionLONDON (Reuters) – Four British energy companies have urged the government to e
EuroNews / Posted 30 minutes ago
LONDON (Reuters) – Four British energy companies have urged the government to extend Britain’s carbon floor price to be extended into the 2020s, putting them at odds with industrial groups who want it scrapped. UK power generators pay the floor on... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Bears gladly 'return' these giftsShort's 19 tackles and four sacks this season may surprise some fans with lofty
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 35 minutes ago
Short's 19 tackles and four sacks this season may surprise some fans with lofty expectations of the E.C. Central grad, considering his five-year, $80.5 million deal makes him the third-highest-paid defensive tackle behind Miami's Ndamukong Suh and... Read more
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