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Sydney Morning Herald
Bank profitability a bigger problem that rate hikes can't fixProfessional investors are shrugging off talk of higher interest rates, instead
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a minute ago
Professional investors are shrugging off talk of higher interest rates, instead arguing that depressed earnings growth is the major concern for the ASX. Australian shares have listlessly traded sideways for the past four months, as investors fail to... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
John McDonnell vows to cap credit card interest to tackle ‘debt crisis’A Labour government would cap credit card interest so that no-one pays back mor
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 minutes ago
A Labour government would cap credit card interest so that no-one pays back more than twice the amount of their original borrowing, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has announced. In his keynote speech to Labour’s annual conference in Brighton, Mr... Read more
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The Courier
Police seize a tonne of 'bute' and 28,000 ecstasy pillsPlease Legal Could someone please include link to John Silvester story from Sat
The Courier / Posted 2 minutes ago
Please Legal Could someone please include link to John Silvester story from Saturday on 1,4-Butanediol. About a tonne of the industrial solvent known as "bute" that has been responsible for dozens of drug overdoses in clubs and at music festivals... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Government urged to agree global action to curb Chinese steelmakingSteel industry leaders are calling on the Government to agree global measures t
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 minutes ago
Steel industry leaders are calling on the Government to agree global measures to reverse the rapid expansion of Chinese steelmaking capacity, the chief cause of the crisis which has seen the loss of one in six jobs in the UK sector. A meeting in... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Artisan gin’s surge in popularity shown as distilleries rise by fifth in yearThe number of distilleries in the UK has increased by a fifth in the last year
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 minutes ago
The number of distilleries in the UK has increased by a fifth in the last year amid a sudden popularity in artisan gin, a new report shows. There are more than 130 distilleries, double the number in 2012, said accountancy group UHY Hacker... Read more
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Intelligent Investor
Fairfax's Domain scheme booklet releasedThe Scheme Booklet that outlines the demerger of digital real estate group Doma
Intelligent Investor / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Scheme Booklet that outlines the demerger of digital real estate group Domain from Fairfax Media was released on Friday. If you’re a Fairfax shareholder you’ll receive one share in Domain for every 10 that you hold in Fairfax Media. Fairfax... Read more
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Motley Fool
These are the 3 best performers on the S&P/ASX 200 over the last 12 monthsLast week I had a look at the worst performing shares on the S&P/ASX 200 (Index
Motley Fool / Posted 3 minutes ago
Last week I had a look at the worst performing shares on the S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) over the last 12 months. While those shares have been a big disappointment for their respective shareholders, the shares listed below have certainly... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
John McDonnell vows to cap credit card interest to tackle ‘debt crisis’A Labour government would cap credit card interest so that no-one pays back mor
Croydon Guardian / Posted 3 minutes ago
A Labour government would cap credit card interest so that no-one pays back more than twice the amount of their original borrowing, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has announced. In his keynote speech to Labour’s annual conference in Brighton, Mr... Read more
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TheBull
More US business economists see 'downside' economic risksAmid uncertainty over President Donald Trump's growth agenda, US economists inc
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
Amid uncertainty over President Donald Trump's growth agenda, US economists increasingly are worried about risks to the economy... 25.09.2017 03:33 PM Amid uncertainty over President Donald Trump's growth agenda, US economists increasingly are... Read more
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TheBull
Banks hypocritical on fees: KoutsantonisThe big four banks' decision to abolish ATM fees is hypocritical, South Austral
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
The big four banks' decision to abolish ATM fees is hypocritical, South Australian Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis says. Mr Koutsantonis says their willingness to forgo $500 million by abolishing the fees at the same time they "cry poor" over SA's... Read more
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TheBull
Lew slams Myer on old stock, writedownsAn angry Solomon Lew has slammed department store Myer over old stock that "bel
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
An angry Solomon Lew has slammed department store Myer over old stock that "belongs in the Salvation Army" and poor performance he says has cost him $33 million on his investment. The retail mogul, whose Premier Investments reported higher full-year... Read more
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TheBull
China sees opportunity in Aust space plansExecutives from major Chinese robotics and technology firms say Australia's new
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
Executives from major Chinese robotics and technology firms say Australia's new national space agency will provide excellent opportunities for engagement and cooperation between the two countries. Following the Federal government's announcement on... Read more
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The Age
Bank profitability a bigger problem that rate hikes can't fixProfessional investors are shrugging off talk of higher interest rates, instead
The Age / Posted 4 minutes ago
Professional investors are shrugging off talk of higher interest rates, instead arguing that depressed earnings growth is the major concern for the ASX. Australian shares have listlessly traded sideways for the past four months, as investors fail to... Read more
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The Economic Times
Weakness in market will test metal firms' nerves of steelMetal companies will continue to have a weak run on the bourses in the short te
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Metal companies will continue to have a weak run on the bourses in the short term after a 4% fall in the Nifty Metal Index on Friday. Further weakness in base metal prices due to weak global trade sentiment and a downgrade of China's credit rating... Read more
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The Economic Times
CCD raids:T detects Rs 650-crore illegal incomeThe Income Tax (I-T) department on Sunday concluded raids on premises linked to
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Income Tax (I-T) department on Sunday concluded raids on premises linked to former Union minister S M Krishna's businessman son-in-law V G Siddhartha, who is also founder-owner of Cafe Coffee Day, the country's largest coffee retail chain. A... Read more
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The Economic Times
Realty stocks plunge; IB Real Estate tanks 5%Market Now: Amazon's investment to help Indian retailer add 25% more stores
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Market Now: Amazon's investment to help Indian retailer add 25% more stores Market Now: Metal stocks crack; JSW Steel melts 6% Is it the 'perfect storm' for Indian stock market? Well, maybe not Sensex... Read more
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The Economic Times
Metal stocks crack; JSW Steel melts 6%Market Now: Amazon's investment to help Indian retailer add 25% more stores
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Market Now: Amazon's investment to help Indian retailer add 25% more stores Market Now: Is it the 'perfect storm' for Indian stock market? Well, maybe not Sensex tanks... Read more
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The Economic Times
Shyam Sekhar on how to invest in financial and deleveraged themesI think that financials especially those where the valuations are excess must b
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
I think that financials especially those where the valuations are excess must be sold now. If you do not get out now you are only going to be watched. I would say this with and they may be the best of companies but you have to be ruthless when it... Read more
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The Economic Times
How 'Pythons' are helping Indian Railways deliverAGRA: Snaking through the country , several `Pythons' and `Anacondas' are helpi
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
AGRA: Snaking through the country , several `Pythons' and `Anacondas' are helping deliver a small revolution for the railways. Looking to optimise existing infrastructure to boost freight operations as well as ease congestion on the tracks, the... Read more
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The Economic Times
McDonald’s outlets in north, east feel supply crunchNEW DELHI: Products are quickly going out of stock at McDonald's outlets in nor
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Products are quickly going out of stock at McDonald's outlets in north and east India as the US burger chain is tightening the screws on supplies to its estranged joint-venture partner Connaught Plaza Restaurants (CPRL) led by Vikram... Read more
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The Economic Times
Is it the 'perfect storm' for Indian stock market? Well, maybe notThe US Fed’s hawkish monetary policy stance and decision to begin its balance s
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
The US Fed’s hawkish monetary policy stance and decision to begin its balance sheet reduction programme in October 2017 along with rising geopolitical risks coincided with other domestic challenges for Indian equities. ► fears of combined fiscal... Read more
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The Economic Times
Floor hasn’t fallen through: Don’t go by ‘feel’, economic data call for measured rather than precipitate actionReviewing the fascinating book Progress by Swedish economic historian Johan Nor
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Reviewing the fascinating book Progress by Swedish economic historian Johan Norberg, the Economist recently wrote, “People are predisposed to think that things are worse than they are, and they overestimate the likelihood of calamity. This is because... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
DeKalb City Council to discuss plans to allow wireless internet downtownDeKALB – The opportunity to provide free wireless internet in downtown DeKalb w
Daily Chronicle / Posted 6 minutes ago
DeKALB – The opportunity to provide free wireless internet in downtown DeKalb will be discussed during Monday’s City Council Committee of the Whole meeting. Staff would be working with the company Digital Lobby, which has provided Wi-Fi coverage all... Read more
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Ipswich Star
AA to release first set of results following the sacking of its chairman Kalyeena Makortoff, Press Association File photo dated 05/07/1999 of the sid
Ipswich Star / Posted 7 minutes ago
Kalyeena Makortoff, Press Association File photo dated 05/07/1999 of the side of a Automobile Association (AA) vehicle as the AA and SagaÕs five-year marriage is in danger of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Splitting construction of WestConnex's third stage panned as sales tacticSeparating construction of road tunnels for the third stage of WestConnex from
Canberra Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Separating construction of road tunnels for the third stage of WestConnex from an underground spaghetti junction at Rozelle in Sydney's inner west is designed to "de-risk the project" ahead of a sale to large investors, the City of Sydney claims, as... Read more
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Canberra Times
Iron ore succumbs to bear market and may extend slump into $US50sIron ore has slumped back into a bear market after posting the biggest weekly l
Canberra Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Iron ore has slumped back into a bear market after posting the biggest weekly loss in 16 months amid concern that record demand in China may ease off as mills enact winter output cuts just as data from the top user signals that the economy may be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Police seize a tonne of 'bute' and 28,000 ecstasy pills in Melbourne's northAbout a tonne of the industrial solvent known as "bute" that has been responsib
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 minutes ago
About a tonne of the industrial solvent known as "bute" that has been responsible for dozens of drug overdoses in clubs and at music festivals has been seized in Melbourne's inner-north. The latest haul is expected to put even more pressure on the... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
John McDonnell vows to cap credit card interest to tackle ‘debt crisis’A Labour government would cap credit card interest so that no-one pays back mor
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 minutes ago
A Labour government would cap credit card interest so that no-one pays back more than twice the amount of their original borrowing, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has announced. In his keynote speech to Labour’s annual conference in Brighton, Mr... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Artisan gin’s surge in popularity shown as distilleries rise by fifth in yearThe number of distilleries in the UK has increased by a fifth in the last year
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 minutes ago
The number of distilleries in the UK has increased by a fifth in the last year amid a sudden popularity in artisan gin, a new report shows. There are more than 130 distilleries, double the number in 2012, said accountancy group UHY Hacker... Read more
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The Age
Police seize a tonne of 'bute' and 28,000 ecstasy pills in Melbourne's northAbout a tonne of the industrial solvent known as "bute" that has been responsib
The Age / Posted 14 minutes ago
About a tonne of the industrial solvent known as "bute" that has been responsible for dozens of drug overdoses in clubs and at music festivals has been seized in Melbourne's inner-north. The latest haul is expected to put even more pressure on the... Read more
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