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Markets Live: ASX at four-week low
Melbourne Age

Markets Live: ASX at four-week low

The benchmark S&P/ASX200 fell 33.6 points, or 0.6 per cent, 5574.3, while the broader All Ords lost 33.8 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 5574.4. Falls were broad-based, with materials losing 0.8 per cent, consumer staples down 1 per cent and financials ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
Markets Live: Bad day for banks WA Today, 2 weeks ago
Markets Live: Miners weigh on ... Canberra Times, 2 weeks ago

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Melbourne Age

Budget review unlikely to halt economic decline

Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa. Picture: GETTY ZIMBABWEANS are bracing for turbulent times as the beleaguered economy, painfully creeping into recession, faces fresh waves of price hikes, company closures and job losses after a ...
 Financial Gazette6 hours ago What Does It Take to Lead in the New Digital Economy?  Equities.com2 days ago Markets Live: Aussie economy slows  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago 'Recovery yet to be felt in living standards'  Irish Times3 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: BHP dumped, Wesfarmers splurges

Contrary to optimistic forecasts that the boom was over after a temporary seasonal blip, the market has recovered with gusto in the final two months of winter, as we anticipated. The RBA says we should not get exercised about stonking house price ...
 Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago Markets Live: BHP splits  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Markets Live: BHP website crashes  WA Today1 month ago Markets Live: BHP dumped  Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Adieu, earnings season

There is no building threat to Australia's AAA sovereign rating, he said. "Eventually, the government and the Senate will find some compromise position," Mr. Michaels said. "We think they'll eventually come together to find some measures that will ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Markets Live: Adieu, earnings ...  Canberra Times2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Qantas flies further

Industrial production in Japan rose less than expected in July while household spending slumped and the inflation rate remained unchanged, highlighting the challenge of reflating the world's third-largest economy. Consumer prices excluding fresh ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago
Canberra Times

Markets Live: 'Insane' jobs data

CBA economist Iana Mousina says it's a huge shock to the market: JPMorgan chief economist Stephen Wolters says unemployment will still rise a bit before peaking: Analysts had expected consumer inflation to ease slightly to 2.2 per cent in August ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago Markets Live: CBA sold off at open  Melbourne Age1 month ago

Treasury chief plays down impact of Gaza operation

Yael Andorn sees no change in growth forecasts or the 2015 budget. Ministry of Finance Director General Yael Andorn has played down the economic impact of Operation Protective Edge at a press briefing. She said, "Regarding 2015, I don't see any ...
 Globes1 month ago
Canberra Times

Markets Live: China data sours mood

The WEF post points out that while the problem of inequality is real and growing worse in many places - it is the lack of upward mobility, not inequality, that is the core problem. The chart points out that the US has the worst of both worlds - ...
 Canberra Times4 weeks ago The only reason that I can think of for the surprising price surge in TLS ex buy-back is that the proceeds from the buyback + franking credits ... mitch of ACT  WA Today4 weeks ago
The Interpreter

Fiji elections: What about the economy?

During the time Fiji has been governed by the military, there has been much discussion about the impact of the political situation on economic performance. Satish Chand has argued that each coup Fiji has experienced has pushed the economy back three ...
 The Interpreter1 week ago

Will evolution or intelligent design shape GP training?

Buried among the many impacts of the Abbott Government's first budget was the closure of the GP training body General Practice Education and Training Limited. The Department of Health will take over GPET's policy development, training program ...
 Australian Doctor1 week ago
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