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The Times and Democrat
World stocks turn higher as investors eye Fed decisionFEDERAL RESERVE: The Fed is expected to lift short-term interest rates by 0.25
The Times and Democrat / Posted a minute ago
FEDERAL RESERVE: The Fed is expected to lift short-term interest rates by 0.25 percent on Wednesday, the third interest rate hike by the central bank this year. While inflation has remained low, the central bank has seen a path to gradually raise... Read more
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The News and Star
Qatar Investment Authority backs London Stock Exchange Group chairmanThe London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon has gained backing from
The News and Star / Posted a minute ago
The London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon has gained backing from a major shareholder, dampening prospects of his ousting at an investor meeting next week. The Press Association understands that the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has... Read more
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The News and Star
Oil and gas prices soar after market takes double-whammy hitOil and gas prices have made hefty gains after the market took a double-whammy
The News and Star / Posted a minute ago
Oil and gas prices have made hefty gains after the market took a double-whammy hit following a European gas hub explosion and the shut down of a major North Sea pipeline. Brent crude surged more than 1.5% to $65.72 – hitting its highest level since... Read more
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Northern Echo
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Northern Echo / Posted 2 minutes ago
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Whitehaven News
Qatar Investment Authority backs London Stock Exchange Group chairmanThe London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon has gained backing from
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 minutes ago
The London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon has gained backing from a major shareholder, dampening prospects of his ousting at an investor meeting next week. The Press Association understands that the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Oil and gas prices soar after market takes double-whammy hitOil and gas prices have made hefty gains after the market took a double-whammy
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 minutes ago
Oil and gas prices have made hefty gains after the market took a double-whammy hit following a European gas hub explosion and the shut down of a major North Sea pipeline. Brent crude surged more than 1.5% to $65.72 – hitting its highest level since... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Congress finalizes P3.767-T budget for 2018The House of Representatives on Tuesday evening ratified the final version of t
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 minutes ago
The House of Representatives on Tuesday evening ratified the final version of the P3.767-trillion national budget for 2018 to be sent to the desk of President Rodrigo Duterte for his approval. The finalized House Bill No. 6215, or the General... Read more
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The Age
High-rise hotel approved for Fishermans BendA Fishermans Bend high-rise project proposed by local developer R.Corporation h
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
A Fishermans Bend high-rise project proposed by local developer R.Corporation has been given the green light after the developer took planning minister Richard Wynne to the tribunal. The 37 and 40 storey twin-tower apartment and hotel project was... Read more
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The Age
Take a look at Melbourne Airport's fancy new international terminalTravellers departing Melbourne Airport can now savour a final taste of the city
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Travellers departing Melbourne Airport can now savour a final taste of the city's renowned high-end shopping, eating and drinking, with the completion of an 18-month redevelopment at its international terminal. The $50 million overhaul, more than... Read more
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The Age
Lowy unleashes a one man Santa bounce on ASXThis year the Santa rally doesn’t come from the North Pole – it’s Hungarian-Isr
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
This year the Santa rally doesn’t come from the North Pole – it’s Hungarian-Israeli-Australian with a British knighthood. Nothing like Sir Frank Lowy dropping $22 billion into the local market to light up the ASX. Not that the Lowy family itself is... Read more
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The Age
Competition watchdog finds gas intervention starting to workGas prices have begun to fall and supply has improved since the Turnbull govern
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Gas prices have begun to fall and supply has improved since the Turnbull government struck a deal with LNG exporters to secure additional supply. But the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission report, to be released on Wednesday, also warns... Read more
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The Age
Most homeowners with mortgages couldn't handle a minimum rate rise, survey findsMore than half of Australian homeowners with a mortgage would be in dire strait
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
More than half of Australian homeowners with a mortgage would be in dire straits if their repayments increased by more than $100 a month, new data shows. A nationwide survey found 54 per cent of borrowers do not think they could handle a repayment... Read more
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The Age
'Wake-up call': One in four boys falling short of NAPLAN minimum standardNearly 25 per cent of year 9 boys across Australia are not meeting the national
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Nearly 25 per cent of year 9 boys across Australia are not meeting the national minimum standard in writing, with Education Minister Simon Birmingham warning the latest NAPLAN results should be a "wake-up call" for educators. The proportion of... Read more
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The Age
End of an era: Westfield accepts $32.8b offerSir Frank Lowy's almost 57-year reign as a shopping centre czar is about to com
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Sir Frank Lowy's almost 57-year reign as a shopping centre czar is about to come to an end after Europe's largest listed commercial property company agreed to buy his Westfield Corp in a $32.8 billion deal. The boards of Westfield and... Read more
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The Age
Calls for probe into Donut King get louderThe $170 billion franchise industry needs the blowtorch put on it. "There are s
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
The $170 billion franchise industry needs the blowtorch put on it. "There are suicides, marriage breakdowns and bankruptcies. There is a huge problem in the franchise sector and we need to have a proper inquiry to fix it," Nationals senator John... Read more
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EuroNews
Border deal welcome but major Brexit risk remains - Irish Central BankDUBLIN (Reuters) – Britain’s departure from the EU still poses a major risk to
EuroNews / Posted 6 minutes ago
DUBLIN (Reuters) – Britain’s departure from the EU still poses a major risk to the Irish economy even though last week’s Brexit agreement to ensure customs regulations stay the same on both sides of the Irish border is welcome, the Irish central bank... Read more
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EuroNews
Germany's VDMA sees UK engineering market stagnating under BrexitFRANKFURT (Reuters) – German engineering association VDMA expects the British m
EuroNews / Posted 6 minutes ago
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German engineering association VDMA expects the British market to stagnate next year as manufacturers hold off investments in factory equipment while they wait for a degree of clarity in Brexit negotiations. The market is... Read more
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EuroNews
Seasonal battery demand, tight supply to buoy lead pricesBy Pratima Desai LONDON (Reuters) – Seasonally strong demand from battery make
EuroNews / Posted 6 minutes ago
By Pratima Desai LONDON (Reuters) – Seasonally strong demand from battery makers, tight supplies caused by mine shutdowns and dwindling inventories in London Metal Exchange warehouses are expected to sustain lead prices, which recently hit six-year... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Qatar Investment Authority backs London Stock Exchange Group chairmanThe London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon has gained backing from
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 6 minutes ago
The London Stock Exchange Group chairman Donald Brydon has gained backing from a major shareholder, dampening prospects of his ousting at an investor meeting next week. The Press Association understands that the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has... Read more
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EuroNews
MVV Energie sees further opportunities in Britain despite BrexitFRANKFURT (Reuters) – German local utilities MVV Energie sees scope to expand i
EuroNews / Posted 6 minutes ago
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German local utilities MVV Energie sees scope to expand its business in Britain further after announcing a 135 million euro (£119.2 million) investment in a new waste-to-heat plant in Scotland. “We have a few more ideas in... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Oil and gas prices soar after market takes double-whammy hitOil and gas prices have made hefty gains after the market took a double-whammy
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 6 minutes ago
Oil and gas prices have made hefty gains after the market took a double-whammy hit following a European gas hub explosion and the shut down of a major North Sea pipeline. Brent crude surged more than 1.5% to $65.72 – hitting its highest level since... Read more
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EuroNews
Major Cineworld investor 'uncomfortable' with debt for Regal dealBy Ben Martin LONDON (Reuters) – One of the biggest shareholders in Cineworld
EuroNews / Posted 6 minutes ago
By Ben Martin LONDON (Reuters) – One of the biggest shareholders in Cineworld has expressed concern about the company’s $3.6 billion (£2.7 billion) takeover of bigger U.S. rival Regal Entertainment, saying it is uncomfortable with the debt the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Take a look at Melbourne Airport's fancy new international terminalTravellers departing Melbourne Airport can now savour a final taste of the city
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 minutes ago
Travellers departing Melbourne Airport can now savour a final taste of the city's renowned high-end shopping, eating and drinking, with the completion of an 18-month redevelopment at its international terminal. The $50 million overhaul, more than... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Competition watchdog finds gas intervention starting to workGas prices have begun to fall and supply has improved since the Turnbull govern
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 minutes ago
Gas prices have begun to fall and supply has improved since the Turnbull government struck a deal with LNG exporters to secure additional supply. But the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission report, to be released on Wednesday, also warns... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Most homeowners with mortgages couldn't handle a minimum rate rise, survey findsMore than half of Australian homeowners with a mortgage would be in dire strait
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 minutes ago
More than half of Australian homeowners with a mortgage would be in dire straits if their repayments increased by more than $100 a month, new data shows. A nationwide survey found 54 per cent of borrowers do not think they could handle a repayment... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Wake-up call': One in four boys falling short of NAPLAN minimum standardNearly 25 per cent of year 9 boys across Australia are not meeting the national
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Nearly 25 per cent of year 9 boys across Australia are not meeting the national minimum standard in writing, with Education Minister Simon Birmingham warning the latest NAPLAN results should be a "wake-up call" for educators. The proportion of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Calls for probe into Donut King get louderThe $170 billion franchise industry needs the blowtorch put on it. "There are s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
The $170 billion franchise industry needs the blowtorch put on it. "There are suicides, marriage breakdowns and bankruptcies. There is a huge problem in the franchise sector and we need to have a proper inquiry to fix it," Nationals senator John... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lowy unleashes a one man Santa bounce on ASXThis year the Santa rally doesn’t come from the North Pole – it’s Hungarian-Isr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
This year the Santa rally doesn’t come from the North Pole – it’s Hungarian-Israeli-Australian with a British knighthood. Nothing like Sir Frank Lowy dropping $22 billion into the local market to light up the ASX. Not that the Lowy family itself is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
End of an era: Westfield accepts $32.8b offerSir Frank Lowy's almost 57-year reign as a shopping centre czar is about to com
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Sir Frank Lowy's almost 57-year reign as a shopping centre czar is about to come to an end after Europe's largest listed commercial property company agreed to buy his Westfield Corp in a $32.8 billion deal. The boards of Westfield and... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Arkansas pork processor expanding operations, adding 34 jobsLITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas pork processor and wholesaler is expanding
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 8 minutes ago
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas pork processor and wholesaler is expanding its operations through a $2.1 million project that will create 34 new jobs. Morrilton Packing Company announced Monday it is expanding its operations to add additional... Read more
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