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The Courier
Why lazy investors can come out aheadIt seems counter-intuitive but unlike most endeavours in life, the less work so
The Courier / Posted 2 minutes ago
It seems counter-intuitive but unlike most endeavours in life, the less work someone actually puts in investing, the better they do. It seems counter-intuitive but unlike most endeavours in life the less work someone actually puts into investing,... Read more
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The Courier
How tax deductions for investment workFinancial expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions. Let's assume I borrow
The Courier / Posted 2 minutes ago
Financial expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions. Let's assume I borrow $100,000 against my property to buy shares. I understand that the interest on the loan will be tax deductible because the purpose of the loan was for investment. What is... Read more
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The Courier
Australians are being ripped off on currency exchangeAustralians are paying through the nose to transfer money overseas, but there a
The Courier / Posted 2 minutes ago
Australians are paying through the nose to transfer money overseas, but there are alternative providers. Australians are being ripped off by poor currency exchange rates and fees, an analysis by researcher Capital Economics shows. The researcher... Read more
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News.com.au
Why your butter now costs moreFive top tips on how to shop for your family and save at the checkout Global b
News.com.au / Posted 2 minutes ago
Five top tips on how to shop for your family and save at the checkout Global butter prices have jumped over the past two years. COLES has confirmed it has raised the price of its own-brand butter by more than 20 per cent, after a sharp-eyed... Read more
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Motley Fool
The Spark New Zealand Ltd share price: A long term sparkler or fizzer?   Spark New Zealand Ltd?s (ASX : SPK) share price is currently in the vicinity of
Motley Fool / Posted 3 minutes ago
Spark New Zealand Ltd?s (ASX : SPK) share price is currently in the vicinity of $3.62. Last year?s earnings per share (EPS) were 22c and are expected by the company to remain stable in coming years. The resultant price to earnings ratio of around... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why the Western Areas Ltd share price surged higher today The Western Areas Ltd(ASX: WSA) share price was one of the best performers on
Motley Fool / Posted 3 minutes ago
The Western Areas Ltd(ASX: WSA) share price was one of the best performers on the market today, rising almost 4% to $2.57 following the release of its full-year results. Here are the key... Read more
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Motley Fool
Do Economic Moats Really Impact On Stock Prices? One aspect of investing which is often overlooked is the subject of economic
Motley Fool / Posted 3 minutes ago
One aspect of investing which is often overlooked is the subject of economic moats. That is, a company’s competitive advantage over rivals which operate within the same industry. Certainly, many... Read more
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Motley Fool
Should you buy BlueScope Steel Limited after its share price crash? The share price of BlueScope Steel Limited(ASX: BSL) is making a tentative re
Motley Fool / Posted 3 minutes ago
The share price of BlueScope Steel Limited(ASX: BSL) is making a tentative recovery after yesterday’s 22% drubbing. Is this a buying opportunity? Investors hit the panic selling... Read more
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TheBull
Sempra seals deal to buy Oncor, topping Buffett offerSempra Energy announced Monday that it reached a deal to acquire Oncor, a Texas
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
Sempra Energy announced Monday that it reached a deal to acquire Oncor, a Texas energy distributor, topping a bid by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway. 22.08.2017 04:25 PM San Diego-based Sempra Energy will pay $9.45 billion in cash, the company... Read more
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TheBull
Parts play, China exit fuel Seven GroupSeven Group Holdings shares have surged despite a profit slump as the diversifi
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
Seven Group Holdings shares have surged despite a profit slump as the diversified group found new revenue supplying parts to the mining industry and gained $540 million selling its Westrac China business. The Kerry Stokes-controlled company suffered... Read more
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TheBull
Miners lead share market higherBroad based gains have driven the Australian share market higher, with the mini
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
Broad based gains have driven the Australian share market higher, with the mining sector a key factor due to stronger commodity prices and BHP Billiton's improved dividend and plans to exit the US shale industry. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 was up 24.2... Read more
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heraldscotland
Profits surge after US growth at City groupLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
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The Economic Times
Nifty Pharma rises; Lupin, Dr Reddy's top gainersNEW DELHI: While realty, auto and bank stocks were reeling under selling pressu
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: While realty, auto and bank stocks were reeling under selling pressure, most of the pharma stocks were gaining as Nifty Pharma index was trading 43 points, or 0.50 per cent, up at 8,533 at around 11.40 am (IST) in Tuesday's trade. Lupin... Read more
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The Economic Times
3 sectors where it makes sense to go short: Anant Shirgaonkar, Newport CapitalTalking to ET Now, Anant Shirgaonkar, Managing Partner, Newport Capital, says h
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Talking to ET Now, Anant Shirgaonkar, Managing Partner, Newport Capital, says he would go on pharma, paints and media but not yet on HFCs. Edited excerpts:What is your current market view? The market view is pretty constructive. If you look at the... Read more
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The Economic Times
These 60 stocks are poised for good run, charts say soHowever, momentum indicator Moving Average Convergence Divergence, or MACD, sho
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
However, momentum indicator Moving Average Convergence Divergence, or MACD, showed some 61 stocks have witnessed an upward crossover or bullish crossover on NSE, indicating that they are poised to begin an upward journey. Some of these counters have... Read more
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The Economic Times
India's June quarter GDP to see modest recovery at 6.6%: NomuraEconomic activity in the country, which had lost some momentum in the run up to
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Economic activity in the country, which had lost some momentum in the run up to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) rollout, has started to recover, according to Nomura. The report said while consumption and services growth indicators (especially... Read more
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The Economic Times
Delhi, Kathmandu to focus on getting projects off the groundAs Sher Bahadur Deuba arrives here on his first visit as Prime Minister this we
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
As Sher Bahadur Deuba arrives here on his first visit as Prime Minister this week, Nepal wants India to devote it the kind of full-spectrum attention that New Delhi showered on Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan. Deuba will be here between August... Read more
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The Holmes Report
India's Adfactors Leads Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards NominationsCharting the future of public relations The latest PR news from the Holmes Rep
The Holmes Report / Posted 6 minutes ago
Charting the future of public relations The latest PR news from the Holmes Report. Opinion and commentary from the Holmes Report. The Holmes Report's Echo Chamber PR show lifts the lid on key stories and trends. Latest video interviews and... Read more
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Perth Now
Retailers not buying Qld trading changesThe National Retailers Association says proposed changes to retail trading hour
Perth Now / Posted 9 minutes ago
The National Retailers Association says proposed changes to retail trading hours in Queensland are "farcical" and won't make any difference for consumers or retail operators. The legislation is on the agenda for state parliament this week after... Read more
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WA Today
BHP versus Elliott - the fight isn't over yetIt is hard to believe activist shareholder Elliott Management is about to stop
WA Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
It is hard to believe activist shareholder Elliott Management is about to stop agitating for change at BHP now the company has caved in to its demands to ditch its US oil and gas shale assets. Quite the opposite. It will be emboldened to pursue... Read more
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WA Today
Up to half of Chinese buyers leave apartments vacantA quarter of Chinese buying property overseas leave their apartments vacant and
WA Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
A quarter of Chinese buying property overseas leave their apartments vacant and the majority pay for their purchase with cash, a survey of mainland Chinese customers by investment bank UBS shows. Another 25 per cent of overseas property owners use... Read more
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The Age
Cedar Woods net profit rises as sales surgeWestern Australian property developer Cedar Woods has posted a record net profi
The Age / Posted 9 minutes ago
Western Australian property developer Cedar Woods has posted a record net profit of $45.44 million after a bumper 12 months of sales. Net profit increased 4.2 per cent in the year to June 30 on the back of a 27 per cent surge in revenue to $222.26... Read more
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WA Today
Miners help ASX lift as profits pile inStrong support for mining stocks helped the sharemarket snap a three-day run of
WA Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
Strong support for mining stocks helped the sharemarket snap a three-day run of losses, as BHP reported bumper profits and iron ore and metals prices pushed higher. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index lifted 24 points, or 0.4 per cent, to 5750, as it... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN STOCKS LIFT: Here's what you need to knowTap dancers dressed in nose shaped costumes perform during the Opera Australia
Business Insider Australia / Posted 9 minutes ago
Tap dancers dressed in nose shaped costumes perform during the Opera Australia 2018 Season Launch in Sydney. Don Arnold/WireImage Australian shares closed higher. Today’s scoreboard: The miners led the local market higher, making up for Monday’s... Read more
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News.com.au
Retailers not buying Qld trading changesThe National Retailers Association says proposed changes to retail trading hour
News.com.au / Posted 12 minutes ago
The National Retailers Association says proposed changes to retail trading hours in Queensland are "farcical" and won't make any difference for consumers or retail operators. The legislation is on the agenda for state parliament this week after... Read more
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The Age
BHP versus Elliott - the fight isn't over yetIt is hard to believe activist shareholder Elliott Management is about to stop
The Age / Posted 14 minutes ago
It is hard to believe activist shareholder Elliott Management is about to stop agitating for change at BHP now the company has caved in to its demands to ditch its US oil and gas shale assets. Quite the opposite. It will be emboldened to pursue... Read more
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The Hindu
Rupee gains 8 paise against dollar in early tradeThe rupee advanced by 8 paise to 64.06 against the US dollar in early session t
The Hindu / Posted 15 minutes ago
The rupee advanced by 8 paise to 64.06 against the US dollar in early session today on increased selling of the US currency by exporters and banks. Besides, the dollar’s weakness against major currencies overseas and a higher opening in domestic... Read more
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The Hindu
Sensex recoups 218 pts, Nifty reclaims 9,800 in early tradeThe BSE benchmark Sensex rebounded over 218 points and the NSE Nifty went past
The Hindu / Posted 15 minutes ago
The BSE benchmark Sensex rebounded over 218 points and the NSE Nifty went past the 9,800-mark in early trade today on fresh buying by investors amid a firming trend in Asian markets. The 30-share index was trading higher by 218.19 points, or 0.70%,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cedar Woods net profit rises as sales surgeWestern Australian property developer Cedar Woods has posted a record net profi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 minutes ago
Western Australian property developer Cedar Woods has posted a record net profit of $45.44 million after a bumper 12 months of sales. Net profit increased 4.2 per cent in the year to June 30 on the back of a 27 per cent surge in revenue to $222.26... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BHP versus Elliott - the fight isn't over yetIt is hard to believe activist shareholder Elliott Management is about to stop
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 minutes ago
It is hard to believe activist shareholder Elliott Management is about to stop agitating for change at BHP now the company has caved in to its demands to ditch its US oil and gas shale assets. Quite the opposite. It will be emboldened to pursue... Read more
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