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07/28/2016
Flat open, Wall St little changed ahead of GDP - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Flat open, Wall St little changed ahead of GDP
The Australian Financial Review
The S&P 500 Index was little changed in afternoon trading after falling as much as 0.4 per cent. Richard Drew. Local shares are poised to open flat, with private sector credit data ahead. At 6am Sydney time, ASX futures were up 3 points in keeping with ...
Wall St finishes flat after mixed earnings reportsThe Australian
S&P 500 hits record high, but where next?Money Observer

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07/28/2016
AirAsia and Jetstar flights narrowly avoid collision at Gold Coast Airport - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

AirAsia and Jetstar flights narrowly avoid collision at Gold Coast Airport
The Sydney Morning Herald
An investigation is under way into how an AirAsia plane and a Jetstar plane came dangerously close to colliding at Gold Coast Airport on July 21. The AirAsia plane was taking off from the airport at 11.42am, and the Jetstar plane was descending, when ...
Jetstar says their approved flight path was breached by AirAsia flight9news.com.au
AirAsia, Jetstar flights in near collisionToowoomba Chronicle
Ellen Whinnett, Herald SunHerald Sun
Yahoo7 News -Courier Mail
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07/28/2016
Macquarie Group's Nicholas Moore coy on Brexit impact - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Macquarie Group's Nicholas Moore coy on Brexit impact
The Australian Financial Review
Macquarie chief executive Nicholas Moore is treading cautiously on Brexit and the US presidential election. Daniel Munoz. Share on twitter. by Joyce Moullakis. Macquarie Group's chief executive Nicholas Moore says the effect of the Brexit vote has a ...
Macquarie's Nicholas Moore keeps lofty profit hopesThe Australian
Macquarie still assessing Brexit effects, contingency plan in placeThe Sydney Morning Herald
Macquarie Group Ltd says short-term challenges over potential regulatory changesMotley Fool Australia
Banking Day -NEWS.com.au -Business Insider Australia -Bloomberg
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07/28/2016
Modern public servants face post-superannuation poverty peril - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Modern public servants face post-superannuation poverty peril
The Canberra Times
Recent entrants into the Australian public service are as at much risk of running out of superannuation before they die as private sector workers, a retirement income expert has warned. Dr Anthony Asher, the convenor of the Actuaries Institute's ...
Study shows retirees bleeding savingsHerald Sun
Age pension burden set to rise: reportInvestorDaily
Retirees tend to be super frugal: reportSBS
Professional Planner -Super Review
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07/28/2016
LIM successful in vote to wind up AMP fund - The Australian

The Australian

LIM successful in vote to wind up AMP fund
The Australian
AMP Capital China Growth Fund (AGF) — the $430 million closed-end listed investment company managed by AMP Capital Funds Management — will be liquidated after unitholders backed a wind-up resolution proposed by activist investor LIM Advisors.
Investors vote to wind up AMP Capital's China Growth FundABC Online
AMP Capital China Growth Fund in wind-up modeThe Australian Financial Review
AMP Capital China Growth Fund to be wound upInvestorDaily
Lexology (registration) -Bloomberg -Money Management -Financial Standard
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07/28/2016
Price poser for Telstra as NBN rolls out - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Price poser for Telstra as NBN rolls out
Herald Sun
TELSTRA will face mounting pressure to cut the premium it charges customers for mobile services as the National Broadband Network rollout reshapes the competitive landscape, a leading ratings agency says. A Moody's Investors Service report says the ...
Challenge ahead for Telstra post-NBN: Moody'sThe Australian Financial Review
MOODY'S: How the roll-out of the NBN will create a $2 billion gap in Telstra's earningsBusiness Insider Australia
NBN to leave Telstra with an earnings gap: Moody'sZDNet
The Sydney Morning Herald -Light Reading -ABC Online
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07/28/2016
NDIS technology glitch leaves provider bills unpaid - The Australian

Blacktown Sun

NDIS technology glitch leaves provider bills unpaid
The Australian
Service providers to the National Disability Insurance Scheme have been unpaid while clients have been forced to cancel their appointments as the $22 billion program falls into disarray after a technology bungle. As revealed by The Australian yesterday ...
Funding boost to get providers NDIS readyCoffs Coast Advocate
National Disability Insurance Scheme computer glitch hits services and paymentsABC Online
Government Urged to Sort Out NDIS 'IT Debacle'Pro Bono Australia
Blacktown Sun
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07/28/2016
ASIC bans unlicensed property spruiker for four years - The Australian

The Australian

ASIC bans unlicensed property spruiker for four years
The Australian
A financial adviser who tipped more than 860 self-managed super fund members into buying an investment property through an unlicensed subsidiary has been banned from the industry, as part of the securities regulator's renewed focus on spruikers.
ASIC bans property spruiker Ron CrossCourier Mail
ASIC bans NSW property spruikerMoney Management
ASIC bans company director over dodgy SMSF adviceYour Investment Property
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07/27/2016
Turnbull government's green shift to back renewables - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Turnbull government's green shift to back renewables
The Sydney Morning Herald
Malcolm Turnbull's new Environment and Energy Minister, Josh Frydenberg, has welcomed a declining role for coal in Australia's future energy mix, talked up reliable green energy, and locked in the current 23.5 per cent renewable energy target by 2020 ...
Interview: Josh Frydenberg, Environment and Energy MinisterABC Online
Push to fast track introduction of electric cars in Sydney's westHerald Sun
Josh Frydenberg says coal on the decline and gas and renewables neededThe Australian Financial Review
The Australian -The Guardian -RenewEconomy -NEWS.com.au
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07/27/2016
SA premier defends 'first-class' hospital - NEWS.com.au

ABC Online

SA premier defends 'first-class' hospital
NEWS.com.au
South Australia's premier has accused the opposition of making "gross exaggerations" about ongoing problems with the new Royal Adelaide Hospital. Jay Weatherill says taxpayers have been largely insulated from unexpected costs associated with the $2.1 ...
SA nuclear waste dump referendum vote still possible, Premier Jay Weatherill saysABC Online
SA premier not keen on nuclear referendumSBS

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