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heraldscotland
Scottish high street suffering – then let’s rethink the plan….While this is just another set of statistics to add to all those other retail s
heraldscotland / Posted moments ago
While this is just another set of statistics to add to all those other retail statistics, there is an ongoing media narrative applying to the retail sector. The story is one of continuously falling footfalls, failing retail businesses resulting from... Read more
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heraldscotland
Turnover hits record and profit up at GAPLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
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heraldscotland
Persimmon results to give indication of state of play in housing marketLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
heraldscotland / Posted moments ago
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heraldscotland
Time for a post-Brexit blueprint for Scotland’s food and drink sectorWhile the result of the referendum has undoubtedly sent shockwaves throughout t
heraldscotland / Posted moments ago
While the result of the referendum has undoubtedly sent shockwaves throughout the entire business community, Scotland’s food & drink businesses are particularly nervous. The international success of our products clearly relies on ease-of-access to... Read more
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heraldscotland
Glasgow canned whisky pioneer goes back to the futureWhat is your business called? Finnieston Distillery Co. Ltd Where is it based
heraldscotland / Posted moments ago
What is your business called? Finnieston Distillery Co. Ltd Where is it based? What services does it offer? We’ve created a new range of ready-to-drink (RTD) Scotch whisky-blended cocktails in cans. The Finnieston Fling – ginger ale, lemon, lime... Read more
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heraldscotland
Battlelines drawn ahead of publication this week of key Scottish revenue and spending figuresLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
heraldscotland / Posted a minute ago
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Stamford Advocate
Former GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt reportedly tops the list to replace Travis Kalanick as Uber's CEOJeffrey Immelt, the former CEO of GE, is now the top candidate to become the ne
Stamford Advocate / Posted 2 minutes ago
Jeffrey Immelt, the former CEO of GE, is now the top candidate to become the new CEO of Uber, Recode reported on Saturday, citing "numerous" unnamed sources. A majority of the board of the app-based taxi company is leaning toward Immelt, but two... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bluescope taps new CEO, warns earnings set to slideBluescope Steel warned on Monday earnings are set to fall in the current half,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
Bluescope Steel warned on Monday earnings are set to fall in the current half, hit by import competition and soaring power and gas prices locally and weaker margins in the United States. At the same time, the country's biggest steel maker flagged... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Markets Live: Fortescue fronts investorsLocal shares are set to open flat, even after iron ore and oil prices leapt hig
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
Local shares are set to open flat, even after iron ore and oil prices leapt higher over the weekend. ASX futures were 4 points lower after Wall Street slipped, although it did steady from the previous session's sharp sell-off. The Australian dollar... Read more
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News.com.au
Lane Cove apartment to fund volunteeringNo. 204/1-5 Little St, Lane Cove, sold for a suburb record for one-bedroom apar
News.com.au / Posted 3 minutes ago
No. 204/1-5 Little St, Lane Cove, sold for a suburb record for one-bedroom apartments. THE rental income from a newly bought Lane Cove investment property will fund medical volunteer trips abroad for a Lane Cove humanitarian. The cardiac surgeon,... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Eclipse tourists help boost local economyTens of thousands of people are expected to visit Hopkinsville to view the ecli
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 4 minutes ago
Tens of thousands of people are expected to visit Hopkinsville to view the eclipse. That means big bucks for the local economy. Travelers from all over the country are spending money in local restaurants and hotels. We spoke to a group of campers... Read more
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Perth Now
Finance News Update, what you need to knowWORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian market looks set to open fractionally in
Perth Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian market looks set to open fractionally in the red amid concern for the Trump administrations ability to progress its economic agenda and risk aversion following the Barcelona terror attack. At 0700 AEST on... Read more
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The Age
Markets Live: Fortescue fronts investorsLocal shares are set to open flat, even after iron ore and oil prices leapt hig
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Local shares are set to open flat, even after iron ore and oil prices leapt higher over the weekend. ASX futures were 4 points lower after Wall Street slipped, although it did steady from the previous session's sharp sell-off. The Australian dollar... Read more
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WA Today
Electricity, health and food the top worries in Choice Consumer Pulse surveyHealth expenses, electricity and groceries are the top three issues worrying mo
WA Today / Posted 5 minutes ago
Health expenses, electricity and groceries are the top three issues worrying more than half of all Australian consumers. Add to that; fuel, car insurance, mortgage or rent, gas, home insurance and water, and the nation is pretty much worried about... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningPhoto: Joshua Lott/ Getty. Good morning. To the scoreboard: Dow: 21,674.51 -
Business Insider Australia / Posted 5 minutes ago
Photo: Joshua Lott/ Getty. Good morning. To the scoreboard: Dow: 21,674.51 -76.22 (-0.35%) S&P 500: 2,425.55 -4.46 (-0.18%) AUD/USD: 0.7928 -0.0003 (-0.04%) ASX200 SPI futures (Sept contracts): 5,703 (-4) Iron ore benchmark 62% fines... Read more
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Sky News Australia
BlueScope Steel doubles full-year net profitBlueScope Steel has doubled its full-year net profit to $715.9 million on the b
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 minutes ago
BlueScope Steel has doubled its full-year net profit to $715.9 million on the back of strong earnings growth and lower financing costs. The steel maker said sales revenue for the 12 months to June 30 rose 17 per cent to $1.06 billion on the back of... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Brambles full-year profit down 69 per centLogistics firm Brambles has slid 69 per cent in full-year profit to $US182.9 mi
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 minutes ago
Logistics firm Brambles has slid 69 per cent in full-year profit to $US182.9 million ($A230.6 million) on the back of a $US243.8 million write-down of its North America recycled pallets business. The company said sales revenue for the 12 months to... Read more
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The Age
Bluescope taps new CEO, warns earnings set to slideBluescope Steel warned on Monday earnings are set to fall in the current half,
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Bluescope Steel warned on Monday earnings are set to fall in the current half, hit by import competition and soaring power and gas prices locally and weaker margins in the United States. At the same time, the country's biggest steel maker flagged... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar is back above 79 cents as commodity prices soarThe Australian dollar has opened the new trading week above the US 79 cent leve
Business Insider Australia / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Australian dollar has opened the new trading week above the US 79 cent level, consolidating upon the gains achieved during Friday’s session. Here’s the Aussie dollar scoreboard as at 7.45am AEST. AUD/USD 0.7922 , -0.0005 , -0.06% AUD/JPY... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Canadaian growth boosts Michael Hill profitMichael Hill International, the jewellery retailer founded by its namesake, boo
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 minutes ago
Michael Hill International, the jewellery retailer founded by its namesake, boosted annual profit by two thirds as its Michael Hill chain grew steadily in its main markets of Australia and New Zealand and recorded stronger growth in Canada. Profit... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Former GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt reportedly tops the list to replace Travis Kalanick as Uber's CEOJeffrey Immelt, the former CEO of GE, is now the top candidate to become the ne
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 minutes ago
Jeffrey Immelt, the former CEO of GE, is now the top candidate to become the new CEO of Uber, Recode reported on Saturday, citing "numerous" unnamed sources. A majority of the board of the app-based taxi company is leaning toward Immelt, but two... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Finance News Update, what you need to knowWORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian market looks set to open fractionally in
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian market looks set to open fractionally in the red amid concern for the Trump administrations ability to progress its economic agenda and risk aversion following the Barcelona terror attack. At 0700 AEST on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Metals at near multi-year highsZinc prices have risen, heading for their biggest weekly rise since November, a
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
Zinc prices have risen, heading for their biggest weekly rise since November, as a sharp fall in stocks held the metal near its highest in a decade. Aluminium and copper also ended the week near multi-year highs and nickel touched its highest level... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Gold near flat after surge to 9-month highGold prices have closed little changed after jumping to their highest in more t
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
Gold prices have closed little changed after jumping to their highest in more than nine months as the US dollar retreated on political uncertainty in the United States and a suspected Islamist militant attack in Spain boosted bullion's safe-haven... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Oil up 3% as $US falls, US rig count dropsOil prices have risen sharply, as the dollar fell and US drillers cut rigs, fee
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 minutes ago
Oil prices have risen sharply, as the dollar fell and US drillers cut rigs, feeding a rally that boosted global benchmark Brent crude to a weekly gain while US crude was virtually flat on the week. US energy firms cut oil rigs for a second week in... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Marc Faber: In The Age Of Cyber-Terrorism, Every Investor Must Own GoldAuthored by Shannara Johnson via Hard Assets Alliance, Dr. Marc Faber, a legen
Zero Hedge / Posted 14 minutes ago
Authored by Shannara Johnson via Hard Assets Alliance, Dr. Marc Faber, a legendary investor and the editor/publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, is well known for his contrarian investing style. In a recent Metal Masters interview with the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Hyundai Motor Group faces government calls to address 'big governance risk'SEOUL: South Korea's new antitrust chief said he has been in talks with the aut
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 minutes ago
SEOUL: South Korea's new antitrust chief said he has been in talks with the autos-to-steel conglomerate Hyundai Motor Group about overhauling its complex ownership structure, which critics say gives too much power to its controlling family at the... Read more
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The Age
Electricity, health and food the top worries in Choice Consumer Pulse surveyHealth expenses, electricity and groceries are the top three issues worrying mo
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
Health expenses, electricity and groceries are the top three issues worrying more than half of all Australian consumers. Add to that; fuel, car insurance, mortgage or rent, gas, home insurance and water, and the nation is pretty much worried about... Read more
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NZCity
Canada helps boost Michael Hill's profitMichael Hill International, the jewellery retailer founded by its namesake, boo
NZCity / Posted 15 minutes ago
Michael Hill International, the jewellery retailer founded by its namesake, boosted annual profit by two thirds as its Michael Hill chain grew steadily in its main markets of Australia and New Zealand and recorded stronger growth in Canada. Profit... Read more
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NZCity
Vista buys control of Mexican partnerCinema software outfit Vista Group International has bought a controlling stake
NZCity / Posted 15 minutes ago
Cinema software outfit Vista Group International has bought a controlling stake in a Mexican technology company to give it a stronger foothold in the growing Latin American market. It has bought a 60 per cent stake in Senda Direccion Tecnologica,... Read more
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