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The Courier Mail
Eurozone agrees debt deal with GreeceEurozone finance ministers have agreed with Greece and the International Moneta
Eurozone agrees debt deal with Greece
The Courier Mail / Posted a minute ago
Eurozone finance ministers have agreed with Greece and the International Monetary Fund on a deal that will address Athens' requests for debt relief, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin says. "This agreement is act of confidence in today's Greece,"... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Dairy exports fall of 11%Trade and Export Growth Spokesperson MEDIA STATEMENT25 May 2016: Budget action
Dairy exports fall of 11%
Scoop.co.nz / Posted a minute ago
Trade and Export Growth Spokesperson MEDIA STATEMENT25 May 2016: Budget action on diversification neededDairy exports have fallen 11 per cent compared to this time last year, a fall of almost $1.5b, showing the Government... Read more
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Reuters
Oil prices climb as U.S. crude stocks seen shrinkingSINGAPORE Oil futures rose on Wednesday after U.S. industry data suggested a la
Oil prices climb as U.S. crude stocks seen shrinking
Reuters / Posted a minute ago
SINGAPORE Oil futures rose on Wednesday after U.S. industry data suggested a larger-than-expected drawdown in crude inventories last week, although a stronger U.S. dollar curbed gains. Oil prices were also supported by an overnight surge in U.S.... Read more
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Reuters
Dollar boosted by robust U.S. housing data, pound solidUnited States one dollar bills are put in packaging bands during production at
Dollar boosted by robust U.S. housing data, pound solid
Reuters / Posted a minute ago
United States one dollar bills are put in packaging bands during production at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington November 14, 2014. TOKYO The dollar stood near a two-month peak against a basket of currencies on Wednesday after... Read more
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Reuters
Asian shares gain, dollar firm on Fed outlookA pedestrian holding her mobile phone walks past electronic boards showing the
Asian shares gain, dollar firm on Fed outlook
Reuters / Posted a minute ago
A pedestrian holding her mobile phone walks past electronic boards showing the Japan's Nikkei average (top L) and the Japanese yen's exchange rate against the euro (top R) outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February 9, 2016. TOKYO Asian shares... Read more
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CNBC
Bullard: Don't count on a June Fed hike ... or a press conferenceNew York Fed President William Dudley said last week that the Fed could hike in
Bullard: Don't count on a June Fed hike ... or a press conference
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
New York Fed President William Dudley said last week that the Fed could hike in June or July, and some market commentators have now gravitated to July as the more likely of the two. Market expectations for a June hike jumped on May 18 after the Fed's... Read more
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Swissinfo
After benefits of cheap oil, India counts cost of reduced Gulf remittancesBy Neha Dasgupta and Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Having quit his
After benefits of cheap oil, India counts cost of reduced Gulf remittances
Swissinfo / Posted 2 minutes ago
By Neha Dasgupta and Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Having quit his low-paid job with a contractor in Qatar, electrician Kurian Joseph scrabbles for work each day in his hometown in Kerala, a southwestern state that has one of India's... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
WBFB preparing to re-open for residentsThe Wood Buffalo Food Bank (WBFB) will be back in the community prior to the Ju
WBFB preparing to re-open for residents
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
The Wood Buffalo Food Bank (WBFB) will be back in the community prior to the June 1 re-entry date to ensure no one goes hungry when residents return to Fort McMurray. Arianna Johnson, executive director of the WBFB said the food bank is part of the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Target is hit again - the retail industry's slow-mo train wreckRetailer Target is now officially a slow-mo train wreck. A knife has been taken
Target is hit again - the retail industry's slow-mo train wreck
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Retailer Target is now officially a slow-mo train wreck. A knife has been taken to the estimated value of the discount department store's goodwill. In the space of two years, it has fallen from around $2 billion to around zero as the result of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Dairy price war hurts Central Queensland farmersIT'S a battle Australian dairy farmers have been fighting for five years and wi
Dairy price war hurts Central Queensland farmers
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 minutes ago
IT'S a battle Australian dairy farmers have been fighting for five years and with little sign of relief ahead, Aaron Clews says it's time to take action. The farmer from Slatewood dairy farm in Rossmoya, 45km north of Rockhampton, knows all too well... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Reticulated gas supply to Warwick not feasibleTHE reticulated natural gas pipeline from Toowoomba to Warwick has been determi
Reticulated gas supply to Warwick not feasible
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 minutes ago
THE reticulated natural gas pipeline from Toowoomba to Warwick has been determined as unfeasible. The decision was made after investigations by Southern Downs Regional Council's economic development unit. At a general meeting held today, Southern... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Resort receiver tells subcontractors they'll be paid firstMONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont official says subcontractors who haven't been
Resort receiver tells subcontractors they'll be paid first
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 6 minutes ago
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont official says subcontractors who haven't been paid yet for the construction of a hotel and conference center at the Burke Mountain Resort will be getting paid before the investors in the project. Patricia Moulton,... Read more
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Money Management
German robo-advice experience points to answersClose to 90 per cent of German wealth managers working with high net worth (HNW
German robo-advice experience points to answers
Money Management / Posted 8 minutes ago
Close to 90 per cent of German wealth managers working with high net worth (HNW) individuals believe they have already begun to lose some of their market share to automised investment services, according to market researcher, Verdict... Read more
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Money Management
New tax laws for property sales over $2 millionFrom July all Australian residents, buying or selling property over $2 million
New tax laws for property sales over $2 million
Money Management / Posted 8 minutes ago
From July all Australian residents, buying or selling property over $2 million will need to get a clearance certificate from The Australian Taxation Office (ATO). The ATO assistant commissioner, Malcolm Allen, said when residents were selling a... Read more
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Money Management
Majority of hedge funds not delivering on their promiseOnly 30 per cent of institutional investors' hedge fund portfolios outperform s
Majority of hedge funds not delivering on their promise
Money Management / Posted 8 minutes ago
Only 30 per cent of institutional investors' hedge fund portfolios outperform simple investible benchmarks as fees make hedge fund portfolios ‘bad investments' with net alpha of -1.88 per cent, according to CEM Benchmarking. Its recent study... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Eurozone creditors approve new rescue loans for Greece Supporters of the communist-affiliated union PAME chant slogans during an ant
Eurozone creditors approve new rescue loans for Greece
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 minutes ago
Supporters of the communist-affiliated union PAME chant slogans during an anti-austerity rally in Athens (AP) Greece has won a new batch of rescue loans from international creditors following... Read more
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The Washington Times
Rodrigo Duterte, Tsai Ing-wen wins in Philippines, Taiwan may trigger U.S.-China frictionWith new leaders in Taiwan and the Philippines less willing to kowtow to an inc
Rodrigo Duterte, Tsai Ing-wen wins in Philippines, Taiwan may trigger U.S.-China friction
The Washington Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
With new leaders in Taiwan and the Philippines less willing to kowtow to an increasingly assertive China, East Asia’s delicate geopolitical balance is shifting just as President Obama makes a valedictory tour of the region to highlight his... Read more
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The Age
Wesfarmers profit to be hit by $2 billion in Target, coal write-downsRichard Goyder , Wesfarmers managing director says the company has made tough d
Wesfarmers profit to be hit by $2 billion in Target, coal write-downs
The Age / Posted 9 minutes ago
Richard Goyder , Wesfarmers managing director says the company has made tough decisions. Photo: Philip Gostelow Wesfarmers' bottom line profit will be all but wiped out this year by write-downs and restructuring costs of more than $2 billion on its... Read more
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The Signal
Flextronics Building Sold to InvestorsAstate of the art industrial building that houses Flextronics, a high-tech busi
Flextronics Building Sold to Investors
The Signal / Posted 9 minutes ago
Astate of the art industrial building that houses Flextronics, a high-tech business serving the aerospace, defense, and medical device industries, has been sold to Los Angeles-based Rexford Industrial Realty L.P. Flextronics will continue to operate... Read more
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The Signal
Aerospace Firm Moves to Valencia from No. Hollywood; Good VibeAerospace company Air Bolt Group of North Hollywood signed a 10-year lease in M
Aerospace Firm Moves to Valencia from No. Hollywood; Good Vibe
The Signal / Posted 9 minutes ago
Aerospace company Air Bolt Group of North Hollywood signed a 10-year lease in March for an 8,500 square foot building on Avenue Crocker in the Valencia Industrial Center. NAI Capital helped broker the deal. Additional terms of the lease were not... Read more
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The Age
Target is hit again - the retail industry's slow mo train wreckTo be reinvented once again: There is no hint at when Target is expected to rec
Target is hit again - the retail industry's slow mo train wreck
The Age / Posted 9 minutes ago
To be reinvented once again: There is no hint at when Target is expected to recover from the disastrous performance. Photo: Steven Siewert Retailer Target is now officially a slow-mo train wreck. A knife has been taken to the estimated value of the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Tech stocks, banks lead Wall Street to strong gains | TribLIVE NEW YORK — Stocks made their biggest gain since March on Tuesday
Tech stocks, banks lead Wall Street to strong gains
TribLIVE / Posted 10 minutes ago
| TribLIVE NEW YORK — Stocks made their biggest gain since March on Tuesday as technology companies including Apple and Microsoft... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wesfarmers profit to be hit by $2 billion in Target, coal write-downsRichard Goyder , Wesfarmers managing director says the company has made tough d
Wesfarmers profit to be hit by $2 billion in Target, coal write-downs
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 minutes ago
Richard Goyder , Wesfarmers managing director says the company has made tough decisions. Photo: Philip Gostelow Wesfarmers' bottom line profit will be all but wiped out this year by write-downs and restructuring costs of more than $2 billion on its... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Target is hit again - the retail industry's slow mo train wreckTo be reinvented once again: There is no hint at when Target is expected to rec
Target is hit again - the retail industry's slow mo train wreck
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 minutes ago
To be reinvented once again: There is no hint at when Target is expected to recover from the disastrous performance. Photo: Steven Siewert Retailer Target is now officially a slow-mo train wreck. A knife has been taken to the estimated value of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Dairy farmers to get financial help | Daily Telegraph Dairy farmers suffering hardship as milk prices are slashed
Dairy farmers to get financial help
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 minutes ago
| Daily Telegraph Dairy farmers suffering hardship as milk prices are slashed to be given millions in government help AS dairy farmers face what they describe as the “worse crisis” they’ve ever battled, the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Dairy price war hurts Central Queensland farmersIT'S a battle Australian dairy farmers have been fighting for five years and wi
Dairy price war hurts Central Queensland farmers
Queensland Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
IT'S a battle Australian dairy farmers have been fighting for five years and with little sign of relief ahead, Aaron Clews says it's time to take action. The farmer from Slatewood dairy farm in Rossmoya, 45km north of Rockhampton, knows all too well... Read more
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News.com.au
E-cigarette use rose rapidly in UK, France The number of people in France and Britain who have tried an electronic or e-
E-cigarette use rose rapidly in UK, France
News.com.au / Posted 12 minutes ago
The number of people in France and Britain who have tried an electronic or e-cigarette has risen sharply in just two years, according to a Europe-wide study. The research, led by scientists at Britain's... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Growers hope for biosecurity boostNew Zealand Kiwifruit Growers Association chief executive Nikki Johnson hopes t
Growers hope for biosecurity boost
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers Association chief executive Nikki Johnson hopes the Government will spend more on biosecurity to protect the industry from any threats. Photo / Jamie Troughton, Dscribe Media Services Bay dairy farmers are not expecting... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
E-cigarette use rises sharply in just two yearsFrance has the highest use of e-cigarettes in Europe. Photo / AP The number of
E-cigarette use rises sharply in just two years
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
France has the highest use of e-cigarettes in Europe. Photo / AP The number of people in France and Britain who have tried an electronic or e-cigarette has risen sharply in just two years, according to a Europe-wide study. The research, led by... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZ posts trade surplus in April, fruit drives exportsExports rose 4 per cent to $4.3 billion and imports were up 1.5 per cent at $4.
NZ posts trade surplus in April, fruit drives exports
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
Exports rose 4 per cent to $4.3 billion and imports were up 1.5 per cent at $4.01 billion. Photo / NZME New Zealand posted a bigger-than-expected trade surplus in April as increased volumes of gold kiwifruit and apples drove up shipments of fruit,... Read more
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