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02/19/2017
Malcolm Turnbull claims credit for ANZ lowering rates on credit cards - The Australian


The Australian

Malcolm Turnbull claims credit for ANZ lowering rates on credit cards
The Australian
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says his inquiry into the nation's four big banks has brought real results after the ANZ said it was cutting interest rates on two of its credit cards. ANZ will from Thursday cut its low rate platinum card by two per ...
Malcolm Turnbull claims credit for credit card interest rate cutsThe Sydney Morning Herald
ANZ cuts credit card rates by 2 percentage pointsThe Australian Financial Review
ANZ's new credit card rate isn't making the cut, say criticsThe New Daily
The Guardian -Sky News Australia -The Advertiser -Shepparton News
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02/18/2017
Green bank could fund coal under Malcolm Turnbull rule changes - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Green bank could fund coal under Malcolm Turnbull rule changes
The Sydney Morning Herald
Coal-fired power stations could be eligible for funding from Australia's $10 billion green bank under changes being considered by the Turnbull government. In what would represent a significant weakening of the country's environmental financing rules ...
Frydenberg: key problem with rising level of renewable power generation is storageThe Australian
Power costs a survival matter for business9news.com.au
Coalition says it may change Clean Energy Finance Corporation rules to fund coal plantsThe Guardian
AsiaOne -ABC Online -Boise Weekly -Herald Sun (blog)
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02/16/2017
Dollar falls back below 77 US cents - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Dollar falls back below 77 US cents
NEWS.com.au
THE Australian dollar is lower, dropping back below the 77 US cent mark, despite the US dollar weakening against a basket of currencies. At 0635 AEDT on Friday, the Australian dollar was worth 76.96 US cents, down from 77.17 US cents on Thursday.
Australian Dollar May Languish If Only For Lack of CluesNasdaq

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02/18/2017
Old trams with outdated technology being considered for Adelaide, Opposition says - ABC Online

ABC Online

Old trams with outdated technology being considered for Adelaide, Opposition says
ABC Online
Outdated trams are being considered at an inflated price by the South Australian Government just so they can be in use before the state election next year, the Opposition says. The Government announced last year it would spend $20 million buying ...
South Australian Government to spend millions of dollars to buy seven-year-old tramsThe Advertiser

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02/18/2017
TA Global to sell Little Bay Cove site worth over $280m - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

TA Global to sell Little Bay Cove site worth over $280m
The Sydney Morning Herald
Malaysian property powerhouse, TA Global Berhad is testing the Sydney market with the sale of its 11-hectare Little Bay Cove site, valued at over $280 million, which has a masterplan available to increase the number of dwellings in the popular coastal ...
First in best dressed: TA Global offers its Little Bay Cove project for $300mThe Australian Financial Review

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02/16/2017
Willis buys out Russell's Australian actuarial business - The New Daily

The New Daily

Willis buys out Russell's Australian actuarial business
The New Daily
Global asset advisor and actuary Willis Towers Watson has signed an agreement to buy Russell Investments' Australian actuarial practice for an undisclosed sum. “Providing a broad range of superannuation and actuarial services is the core purpose of our ...
Weitz Investment Management Inc. Sells 19686 Shares of Willis Towers Watson Public Limited Company (WLTW)Sports Perspectives
The Willis Towers Watson Public Limited Company (WLTW) Shares Sold by the Lateef Investment Management LPDailyQuint
Insurers increasingly under pressure to go digital via M&AIntelligent Insurer (subscription)
Morning Outlook -CML News -The Daily Leicester -Canadian Underwriter
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02/18/2017
Arrival of retail giant Amazon set to shake up Australian retailers - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Arrival of retail giant Amazon set to shake up Australian retailers
Courier Mail
THE looming arrival of retail behemoth Amazon in Australia is tipped to have a dramatic impact down under and could see cheaper prices on items including groceries, clothing, electrical and footwear. Retailers across the country are preparing for huge ...
5 Key distributor opportunities in an omnichannel worldCustomer Think

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02/18/2017
Weekend property auction clearances soar in Sydney and Melbourne - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Weekend property auction clearances soar in Sydney and Melbourne
The Australian Financial Review
Vern and Jo Smith sold their Cemorne apartment for $500,000 over the reserve. They're moving to Wagga. Peter Braig. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Matthew Cranston. Auction clearance rates soared in Sydney and Melbourne over the ...
Melbourne trophy homes in demand, as buyers fork out millions for propertyDomain News

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02/18/2017
#GoQld: Gold Coast economy grows to $29.6 billion ahead of 2018 Commonwealth Games - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

#GoQld: Gold Coast economy grows to $29.6 billion ahead of 2018 Commonwealth Games
Courier Mail
LIKE a Pacific groundswell heading towards its sun-soaked shores, growing and gathering momentum, the Gold Coast is on a roll. As the Glitter Strip prepares to host the Commonwealth Games in just over a year, its lifeblood industries — construction, ...
Construction of Gold Coast Casino Resort May Begin after 2018 Commonwealth GamesCasino News Daily
Gold Coast homeless may be forced to head over the border during the 2018 GamesGold Coast Bulletin

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02/18/2017
Fixed interest rates can be expensive if customers don't review their rates once the term ends - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Fixed interest rates can be expensive if customers don't review their rates once the term ends
NEWS.com.au
TIME-poor home loan customers locking in fixed rate deals could be getting badly stung once the term ends by failing to take action. In recent months banks have slowly pushed up rates on fixed and variable deals despite no movement from the Reserve ...
Time to shop for best home loan dealsThe Hindu
Home loan customers should brace themselves for more rate rises in 2017Herald Sun

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