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Stamford Advocate
There are 3 things that could destroy one of the greatest stock rallies of all timeThe ongoing equity bull market is the third-longest in history, and it's showin
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 minutes ago
The ongoing equity bull market is the third-longest in history, and it's showing few signs of slowing down. Morgan Stanley thinks the current cycle could end sometime in 2018, and it lays out the three most likely negative catalysts. Even those... Read more
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Calculated Risk
Sacramento Housing in October: Sales down 5% YoY, Active Inventory up 2% YoYDuring the recession, I started following the Sacramento market to look for cha
Calculated Risk / Posted 4 minutes ago
During the recession, I started following the Sacramento market to look for changes in the mix of houses sold (equity, REOs, and short sales). For several years, not much changed. But in 2012 and 2013, we saw some significant changes with a dramatic... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Retailer caution during Christmas: DeloitteRetailers are anticipating a tough Christmas trading period faced with new comp
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 minutes ago
Retailers are anticipating a tough Christmas trading period faced with new competitors like Amazon, rising electricity costs and benign inflation. Even so, a new report suggests shoppers can forget a bargain through pre-festive season sales, with... Read more
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Adelaide Now
How much debt we’ll rack up this ChristmasFRIVOLOUS Christmas shoppers are being warned to watch the massive amounts of c
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 minutes ago
FRIVOLOUS Christmas shoppers are being warned to watch the massive amounts of credit card debt they are tipped to rack up this festive season leaving them with serious debt in 2018. With just five weeks to go until Christmas the annual spending... Read more
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Connecticut Post
There are 3 things that could destroy one of the greatest stock rallies of all timeThe ongoing equity bull market is the third-longest in history, and it's showin
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 minutes ago
The ongoing equity bull market is the third-longest in history, and it's showing few signs of slowing down. Morgan Stanley thinks the current cycle could end sometime in 2018, and it lays out the three most likely negative catalysts. Even those... Read more
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Missoulian
Everything from tax bills, to city and county spending, to property values, is growing. Why?Market values are sent to homeowners in the summer, Caplis said, and property o
Missoulian / Posted 10 minutes ago
Market values are sent to homeowners in the summer, Caplis said, and property owners can visit their local Department of Revenue office to see how their property value was determined. If they don’t agree with the result, they can appeal to the state... Read more
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The Hindu
Six of top-10 most valued firms add ₹31,249 cr in market capitalisationThe combined market valuation of 6 of the top-10 most valued companies, led by
The Hindu / Posted 12 minutes ago
The combined market valuation of 6 of the top-10 most valued companies, led by Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), rose by ₹31,249.36 crore last week. RIL, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HDFC Bank, SBI, Maruti Suzuki India and Infosys emerged as... Read more
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The Age
Housing supply alone won't fix the affordability crisis, modelling showsClaims that simply increasing the number of homes in Sydney will fix the housin
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
Claims that simply increasing the number of homes in Sydney will fix the housing affordability crisis have been challenged by new modelling that shows boosting supply alone is unlikely to deliver affordable housing. Analysis by Australian National... Read more
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The Age
Australia has more than enough houses, so why are prices so high?One of the great mysteries in Australia is how and why did Sydney house prices
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
One of the great mysteries in Australia is how and why did Sydney house prices get so high? A common explanation is that Sydney housing supply is just not keeping up with demand as strong population growth and a lack of land release combine to drive... Read more
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The Age
RBA warns banks on tap-and-go payment costsThe Reserve Bank is warning banks they risk facing further regulation if they f
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank is warning banks they risk facing further regulation if they fail to address retailers' concerns over the mounting cost to merchants from tap-and-go payments made on debit cards. As consumers embrace contactless payments, the retail... Read more
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The Age
Housing prices may be high but ACT has too many dwellings, not too fewOne of Australia's great mysteries is how and why house prices became so high.
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
One of Australia's great mysteries is how and why house prices became so high. A common explanation is that housing supply has just not kept up with demand as strong population growth in the capital cities and a lack of land release combine to drive... Read more
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The Age
Don't blame the nags for the financial woes of pharmacy guru Rohan AujardMore than five years have passed since the former pharmacy czar and horse racin
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
More than five years have passed since the former pharmacy czar and horse racing identity, Rohan Aujard, filed for bankruptcy. But his financial penury is not about to end any time soon. Horse racing played a big part in Nathan Tinkler's downfall,... Read more
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The Age
Renewable energy trial provides King Island with free powerNew technology will provide free power to King Island as it aims to prove low-c
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
New technology will provide free power to King Island as it aims to prove low-cost energy generation claims. Wave Swell Energy, a group developing ocean wave energy generation technology, is carrying out commercial validation trials off Tasmania's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Housing prices may be high but ACT has too many dwellings, not too fewOne of Australia's great mysteries is how and why house prices became so high.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
One of Australia's great mysteries is how and why house prices became so high. A common explanation is that housing supply has just not kept up with demand as strong population growth in the capital cities and a lack of land release combine to drive... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Housing supply alone won't fix the affordability crisis, modelling showsClaims that simply increasing the number of homes in Sydney will fix the housin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
Claims that simply increasing the number of homes in Sydney will fix the housing affordability crisis have been challenged by new modelling that shows boosting supply alone is unlikely to deliver affordable housing. Analysis by Australian National... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia has more than enough houses, so why are prices so high?One of the great mysteries in Australia is how and why did Sydney house prices
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
One of the great mysteries in Australia is how and why did Sydney house prices get so high? A common explanation is that Sydney housing supply is just not keeping up with demand as strong population growth and a lack of land release combine to drive... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
RBA warns banks on tap-and-go payment costsThe Reserve Bank is warning banks they risk facing further regulation if they f
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank is warning banks they risk facing further regulation if they fail to address retailers' concerns over the mounting cost to merchants from tap-and-go payments made on debit cards. As consumers embrace contactless payments, the retail... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Renewable energy trial provides King Island with free powerNew technology will provide free power to King Island as it aims to prove low-c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
New technology will provide free power to King Island as it aims to prove low-cost energy generation claims. Wave Swell Energy, a group developing ocean wave energy generation technology, is carrying out commercial validation trials off Tasmania's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Don't blame the nags for the financial woes of pharmacy guru Rohan AujardMore than five years have passed since the former pharmacy czar and horse racin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
More than five years have passed since the former pharmacy czar and horse racing identity, Rohan Aujard, filed for bankruptcy. But his financial penury is not about to end any time soon. Horse racing played a big part in Nathan Tinkler's downfall,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How much debt we’ll rack up this ChristmasChristmas spending: Credit card users to spend $56 billion | Daily Telegraph I
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 minutes ago
Christmas spending: Credit card users to spend $56 billion | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers Akerman Game of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Dutch ditched art for tulipsDutch tulip mania has long been the cautionary tale for speculative investors |
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 minutes ago
Dutch tulip mania has long been the cautionary tale for speculative investors | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Traffic up nearly 40 percent in past 10 years in Northwest IndianaThe expanding wear-and-tear prompted calls for greater infrastructure spending,
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 27 minutes ago
The expanding wear-and-tear prompted calls for greater infrastructure spending, and that, along with state government's tendency toward funding sources more akin to "user fees" than wealth-based taxation, helped produce an infrastructure bill this... Read more
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Gulf News
Brexit talks at a standoff as Tusk sets UK’s May an ultimatumWHAT IS BREXIT? Brexit is a shorthand way of referring to British exit from th
Gulf News / Posted 32 minutes ago
WHAT IS BREXIT? Brexit is a shorthand way of referring to British exit from the EU. It is a word that owes something to the term “Grexit”, which has been used for several years to refer to the possibility that Greece might leave the Eurozone. The... Read more
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Gulf News
Seven Tides to showcase projects in Russia, UKDeveloper invited to represent Dubai in investor roadshows Dubai: The Dubai La
Gulf News / Posted 32 minutes ago
Developer invited to represent Dubai in investor roadshows Dubai: The Dubai Land Department has invited property developer Seven Tides to represent the emirate at investor roadshows in Russia and in the UK.The developer will be presenting projects... Read more
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Gulf News
Oil prices to hold on to gains as Opec mulls output cut extensionDoubts persist whether Russia will be part of the extension due to rise in oil
Gulf News / Posted 32 minutes ago
Doubts persist whether Russia will be part of the extension due to rise in oil prices Abu Dhabi: Oil prices are expected to remain in a band of $60 to $70 (Dh220 to Dh257) per barrel in the short term if Opec (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
East Hampton Approves Sale Of Three Lots At AirportThe East Hampton Town Board on Thursday approved the sale of three properties t
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 33 minutes ago
The East Hampton Town Board on Thursday approved the sale of three properties that are part of the East Hampton Airport industrial park, for a total of more than $4.5 million, to the tenants who have been leasing them for decades. All three sales... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Cammeray is the one to watchPROPERTY prices in Cammeray are set to outperform neighbouring suburbs over the
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 35 minutes ago
PROPERTY prices in Cammeray are set to outperform neighbouring suburbs over the next few years due to the rising amount of new infrastructure, according to McGrath Estate Agents founder John McGrath. The real estate mogul said the suburb — tucked... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
How much debt we’ll rack up this ChristmasFRIVOLOUS Christmas shoppers are being warned to watch the massive amounts of c
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 35 minutes ago
FRIVOLOUS Christmas shoppers are being warned to watch the massive amounts of credit card debt they are tipped to rack up this festive season leaving them with serious debt in 2018. With just five weeks to go until Christmas the annual spending... Read more
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asianage
Finance ministry asks banks to prevent defaulters from buying stressed assetsNew Delhi: To ensure success of bankruptcy process under the Insolvency and Ban
asianage / Posted 41 minutes ago
New Delhi: To ensure success of bankruptcy process under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), the finance ministry has asked banks to be vigilant to ensure that wilful defaulters are prevented from buying same stressed assets again, officials... Read more
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Herald Sun
How much debt we’ll rack up this ChristmasFRIVOLOUS Christmas shoppers are being warned to watch the massive amounts of c
Herald Sun / Posted 42 minutes ago
FRIVOLOUS Christmas shoppers are being warned to watch the massive amounts of credit card debt they are tipped to rack up this festive season leaving them with serious debt in 2018. With just five weeks to go until Christmas the annual spending... Read more
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