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The North West Star
Hammer are ready to drillHammer Metals told the ASX it is about to start RC drilling at two projects nea
The North West Star / Posted a minute ago
Hammer Metals told the ASX it is about to start RC drilling at two projects near Mount Isa. Map of Hammer's deposits at Kalman West and Revenue. Hammer Metals has told the Australian Stock Exchange it is about to start reverse circulation drilling... Read more
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dna
China resorting to 'coercive practices' to achieve goals: CIAChina is increasingly resorting to "coercive, assertive practices" to achieve i
dna / Posted 3 minutes ago
China is increasingly resorting to "coercive, assertive practices" to achieve its goals in the Asia-Pacific region, as seen in the disputed South China Sea, a senior official of the US foreign intelligence service said. The remarks from Michael... Read more
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The Age
ASIC fines Financial Choice, run by Greg Medcraft's cousin Russell Every family has its black sheep, and the family of our top corporate cop, ASIC
The Age / Posted 3 minutes ago
Every family has its black sheep, and the family of our top corporate cop, ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft, is no different. On Tuesday, ASIC announced that Financial Choice - founded and run by Greg's cousin, Russell Medcraft - was pinged not once, but... Read more
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Money Management
Labor promises financial services regulatory reviewThe Federal Opposition has flagged a make-over of Australia’s financial service
Money Management / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Federal Opposition has flagged a make-over of Australia’s financial services regulatory regime in the event that it gains office at the next Federal Election. The Opposition’s intentions were revealed by the Shadow Treasurer, Chris Bowen at the... Read more
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Converge! Network Digest
Dell'Oro Forecasts 400 Gbit/s switch marketIn the latest Ethernet Switch - Data Center 5-year Forecast Report from Dell’Or
Converge! Network Digest / Posted 7 minutes ago
In the latest Ethernet Switch - Data Center 5-year Forecast Report from Dell’Oro Group, the research firm forecasts that the market for 400 Gbit/s switches will ramp strongly starting in 2019, while from 2020, 25 and 100 Gbit/s will account for more... Read more
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Converge! Network Digest
AT&T expands gigabit Internet service to TulsaAT&T announced the launch of 1 Gbit/s broadband service over its all fibre netw
Converge! Network Digest / Posted 7 minutes ago
AT&T announced the launch of 1 Gbit/s broadband service over its all fibre network powered by AT&T Fiber to customers in parts of the Tulsa area, including in parts of Tulsa, Jenks, Owasso and surrounding communities in Oklahoma. The Tulsa area is... Read more
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Business Wire
Domodedovo International Airport Selects Smiths Detection Explosives Detection Systems to Screen all Hold BaggageLONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Smiths Detection today announced it has been selected
Business Wire / Posted 11 minutes ago
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Smiths Detection today announced it has been selected to supply nine hold baggage explosives detection systems (EDS) to Moscow Domodedovo International Airport (DME). Anchored by six CTX 9800 DSi™ that will screen all... Read more
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Marketing Interactive
Isobar launches global commerce practice Isobar CommerceDentsu Aegis Network’s Isobar has launched a global commerce practice, Isobar C
Marketing Interactive / Posted 13 minutes ago
Dentsu Aegis Network’s Isobar has launched a global commerce practice, Isobar Commerce, formerly known as Bluecom following its rebranding last year. Some brands which have already came on board include Asda, Clarins, Ecco, Lacoste, Nestle,... Read more
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Marketing Interactive
Bloomberg’s new HK studio doubles down on TV, localisationTV may not receive as much attention as digital, but TV is still the most impor
Marketing Interactive / Posted 13 minutes ago
TV may not receive as much attention as digital, but TV is still the most important medium, especially in China and Southeast Asia, Parry Ravindranathan, president and managing director – international, Bloomberg Media, told Marketing. “Unlike other... Read more
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Zamboanga Today
Go debunks Paseo del Mar closure yarnThe Paseo del Mar is not closing down but is slated to be rehabilitated to impr
Zamboanga Today / Posted 14 minutes ago
The Paseo del Mar is not closing down but is slated to be rehabilitated to improve its performance as a local economic enterprise. City Administrator Apple Go on Monday firmly refuted the reports alleging the closure of the Paseo del Mar, clarifying... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why these 4 ASX shares have stormed higher todayIn afternoon trade the S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) has put yesterday?
Motley Fool / Posted 17 minutes ago
In afternoon trade the S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) has put yesterday?s heavy fall behind it and is up 0.8% to 5,736 points. Four shares which have climbed more than most today are listed below. Here?s why they have stormed higher: The... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why these 4 ASX shares have tumbled lower todayThe S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) has bounced back strongly from yester
Motley Fool / Posted 17 minutes ago
The S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) has bounced back strongly from yesterday?s decline and is up 0.8% to 5,733 points in early afternoon trade. Four shares which haven’t been able to follow the market higher today are listed below. Here?s why... Read more
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TheBull
Coke plays down Woolies' water blowShares in battling bottler Cola-Cola Amatil have taken a further dive following
TheBull / Posted 18 minutes ago
Shares in battling bottler Cola-Cola Amatil have taken a further dive following news Woolworths will pull all but two of the beverage giant's Mount Franklin water products from shelves. Woolies will only stock the two most popular Mount Franklin... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Officials search for buyer as Fulton Medical Center closure loomsBrittany Ruess @brittanyruess The Fulton Medical Center will close its doors b
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 19 minutes ago
Brittany Ruess @brittanyruess The Fulton Medical Center will close its doors by Sept. 22. NueHealth, the for-profit company that owns the hospital, announced the decision in a news release Monday. The 158 Fulton Medical Center employees were told... Read more
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The Economic Times
HDFC Bank rationalises ATM networkThe bank has attributed this to a shift in customer behaviour from cash to elec
The Economic Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
The bank has attributed this to a shift in customer behaviour from cash to electronic payments. According to Paresh Sukthankar, deputy MD, HDFC Bank, customers who were earlier using their debit cards only for ATM withdrawals are now using them for... Read more
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The Economic Times
Nifty50 hits 10,000 for the first time! 7 factors driving the marketNEW DELHI: The day is here! Nifty50 has hit the much-awaited 10,000 mark or the
The Economic Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The day is here! Nifty50 has hit the much-awaited 10,000 mark or the five-digit level for the first time in its 21-year history. What now remains to be seen is if the benchmark is able to hold on to the magical number. The reduction in... Read more
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The Economic Times
Rupee trades 4 paise lower against US dollar at 64.38NEW DELHI: The rupee was trading 4 paise down at 64.38 against dollar in early
The Economic Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The rupee was trading 4 paise down at 64.38 against dollar in early trade on Tuesday on account of buying of American currency by banks and importers. The local currency on Monday settled with a marginal loss of two paise at 64.34 against... Read more
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The Economic Times
QE in Japan and US is simply not sustainable: Jean L P BrunelMarkets in many countries are at multi-year highs, while central banks are sign
The Economic Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
Markets in many countries are at multi-year highs, while central banks are signalling a tighter monetary policy. Are you concerned? I feel very concerned by markets. The quantitative easing (QE) that we have seen in both Japan and the United States... Read more
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The Economic Times
Tomatoes selling at Rs 100 a kg in Delhi; no respite in next few weeksNEW DELHI: Whether it is tomato soup that you love or creamy butter chicken, be
The Economic Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Whether it is tomato soup that you love or creamy butter chicken, be prepared to have your pockets lightened considerably. The price of tomatoes in Delhi's retail market has skyrocketed to Rs 100 per kg and there is no respite expected for... Read more
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Bleacher Report
LeBron James' Less Than $1M Investment in Blaze Pizza Reportedly Reaches $25MIn addition to being one of the greatest players ever to step on a basketball c
Bleacher Report / Posted 20 minutes ago
In addition to being one of the greatest players ever to step on a basketball court, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James has proved to be a shrewd businessman away from the game. ESPN.com's Darren Rovell reported Monday that James stands to gain... Read more
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The Manila Times
Duterte bares PH-China ‘joint venture’ in West Philippine SeaTHE Philippines and China are now working on entering a joint oil exploration i
The Manila Times / Posted 21 minutes ago
THE Philippines and China are now working on entering a joint oil exploration in the disputed West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), President Rodrigo Duterte has said. Speaking to reporters after he delivered his State of the Nation Address (SONA)... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
HHM of Chattanooga expands, merges with Memphis firmChattanooga's largest locally based accounting firm has made its biggest foray
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 22 minutes ago
Chattanooga's largest locally based accounting firm has made its biggest foray out of the city as it has expanded and merged with a Memphis company. Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough PLLC has joined with Brundige Payne & Co. PC effective Aug. 1. The... Read more
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WA Today
Activewear brand Lululemon fined for claiming 'no returns and exchanges' on sale itemsWomen's activewear giant Lululemon has landed itself in hot water over website
WA Today / Posted 23 minutes ago
Women's activewear giant Lululemon has landed itself in hot water over website representations that claimed all sale items were "yours for keeps, so no returns and no exchanges." Lululemon Athletica Australia Pty Ltd paid penalties of $32,400, after... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
This chart shows the mood of Australian households seems to rise and fall with the Aussie dollarAs a result, confidence, at least based off this measure, is now back above its
Business Insider Australia / Posted 23 minutes ago
As a result, confidence, at least based off this measure, is now back above its long-run average. While ANZ’s head of Australian economics David Plank put the increase down to an “ongoing improvement in labour market conditions”, perhaps there was... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Chinese iron ore futures are soaring againPhoto by S. Corvaja /ESA via Getty Images Iron ore futures in China are going
Business Insider Australia / Posted 23 minutes ago
Photo by S. Corvaja /ESA via Getty Images Iron ore futures in China are going nuts, rallying by over 3.5% on Tuesday. Here’s the scoreboard just before the mid-session break in China. SHFE Rebar ¥3,573 , 1.88% DCE Iron Ore ¥528.50 , 3.63% DCE... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Coke shares drop after Woolworths statementShares at Cola-Cola Amatil have fizzled following news Woolworths will pull all
Sky News Australia / Posted 23 minutes ago
Shares at Cola-Cola Amatil have fizzled following news Woolworths will pull all but two of the beverage giant's Mount Franklin water products from shelves. Woolies will only stock the two most popular Mount Franklin products - 20 and six packs -... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Qld 'gold-plated' power prices too high: ACCCThe head of Australia's consumer watchdog says Queenslanders have been paying t
Sky News Australia / Posted 23 minutes ago
The head of Australia's consumer watchdog says Queenslanders have been paying too much for their 'gold-plated' electricity system, burdening households and causing job losses. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chair Rod Sims says an... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Zim needs $12bln for infrastructureTHE appalling state of the country’s roads and railways is contributing to the
New Zimbabwe / Posted 24 minutes ago
THE appalling state of the country’s roads and railways is contributing to the lack of investment with experts suggesting Zimbabwe needs up to $12 billion to get its infrastructure to acceptable standards. Labour and Economic Research Institute of... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Simbisa Brands eyes London listingSIMBISA Brands has announced it is looking to trade trading on the London’s Alt
New Zimbabwe / Posted 24 minutes ago
SIMBISA Brands has announced it is looking to trade trading on the London’s Alternative Investments Markets (AIM) once it receives central bank, other regulatory and shareholder approvals. The company, which is used to be under Innscor Holdings,... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
County board upholds assessments on commercial propertiesThe Cole County Board of Equalization upheld the assessed values of all propert
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 26 minutes ago
The Cole County Board of Equalization upheld the assessed values of all properties whose assessments had been challenged for 2017 during its meeting Monday. Board members include the three county commissioners; two representatives from Jefferson... Read more
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