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01/20/2017
Donald Trump Inauguration: Wall Street closes higher, breaking 50-year drought - The Sydney Morning Herald


Fortune

Donald Trump Inauguration: Wall Street closes higher, breaking 50-year drought
The Sydney Morning Herald
US stocks closed higher on Friday in a modest but broad-based advance as Donald Trump was sworn in as US President, marking the first time in more than 50 years that a new commander-in-chief has been welcomed by a rising equity market on his first day ...
$US falls, stocks climb after inaugurationThe Australian
Dow rises nearly 100 pointsNEWS.com.au
Stock market steadies as Trump gets down to businessLos Angeles Times
The Globe and Mail -Business Insider -U.S. News & World Report -Daily Mail
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01/20/2017
Jobs for the girls: the silent revolution in Australia's workforce - The Age

The Age

Jobs for the girls: the silent revolution in Australia's workforce
The Age
Women are marching on Washington DC, and other capital cities including Sydney and Melbourne, this weekend to protest against Donald Trump's presidency. But women in Australia have been making a less visible, but more lasting, statement in the ...
California gains 3700 jobs in December, pushing unemployment down to 5.2%Los Angeles Times
Victoria the nation's job star as NSW slumpsBrisbane Times
Jobless rate in Fresno County drops to level not seen since 2007Fresno Bee
Modesto Bee -Alaska Dispatch News -Miami Herald -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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01/20/2017
Portland smelter rescue talks faced meltdown - The Australian

The Australian

Portland smelter rescue talks faced meltdown
The Australian
Last Saturday, just after midday, Industry Minister Greg Hunt took a phone call from Alcoa's chief executive Michael Parker. It was not good news. A deal to secure Alcoa's Portland smelter was on the verge of collapse. After weeks of delicate ...
Alcoa's Portland smelter: Is the facility viable and what does the government bail-out mean?ABC Online
Portland smelter's future secured after four-year power supply deal struckThe Age
Alcoa deal welcomed by Victoria businessesNEWS.com.au
Herald Sun -Business Insider -The Australian Financial Review -Warrnambool Standard
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01/20/2017
GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, bond yields up on strong U.S. data; Wall Street slips - Business Insider

Barron's

GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, bond yields up on strong U.S. data; Wall Street slips
Business Insider
NEW YORK, Jan 19 (Reuters) - The dollar rose against the euro on Thursday after comments from the European Central Bank chief, while U.S. Treasury yields gained on a batch of solid U.S. economic data. Trading in European equities and the euro was ...
Will Trump Use a Cheaper Dollar to Boost U.S. Exports?Barron's
Trump's destructive US dollar desiresThe Australian
10 things you need to know before markets open in Australia and AsiaBusiness Insider Australia
Nasdaq -Financial Times -TheStreet.com -The Star Online
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01/20/2017
Vegemite is finally Australian again - Quartz

Quartz

Vegemite is finally Australian again
Quartz
The beloved yeast spread Vegemite, now synonymous with Australian culture, is finally back in Australian hands. Bega Cheese, based in Melbourne, agreed to buy Vegemite and a range of other food brands, including ZoOSH mayonnaise and Bonox beef ...
Oreo maker sells Vegemite to Australian firmOmaha World-Herald
Which household brands are still Australian owned?ABC Online
Vegemite goes home: Oreo maker sells to Australia's BegaJackson Hole News&Guide
brandchannel.com -Perth Now -The Daily Meal -gulfnews.com
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01/20/2017
Centrelink issues and debt collectors cause headaches for Geelong families - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Centrelink issues and debt collectors cause headaches for Geelong families
Herald Sun
A GEELONG man has slammed Centrelink for unnecessarily sending a debt collector to get back the $150 he was overpaid. For two years in a row, Vin Georgelin has had to pay small amounts back to Centrelink under the family tax benefit provisions. He said ...
Centrelink bungle pleaThe Mercury
Stop debt huntdailytelegraph.com.au
Slater and Gordon lawyers investigating if Centrelink debt system breaches lawThe Guardian

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01/21/2017
Quicken Loans, Under Fire, Fires Back - New York Times

New York Times

Quicken Loans, Under Fire, Fires Back
New York Times
DETROIT — A low buzz fills the air as an army of mortgage bankers, perched below floating canopies in a kaleidoscope of vivid pinks, blues, purples and greens, works the phones, promising borrowers easy financing and low rates for home loans.
THE MORTGAGE PROFESSOR: Another cure for the home loan marketSarasota Herald-Tribune
the most effective debt reduction strategy for youThe Sydney Morning Herald
UPDATE 1-U.S. 30-year mortgage rates fall to lowest since Dec -FreddieBusiness Insider
Your Mortgage -Yahoo Finance -Fairfield Daily Republic -The Mortgage Reports (blog)
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01/20/2017
Distrustful nation: Australians lose faith in politics, media and business - Brisbane Times

Distrustful nation: Australians lose faith in politics, media and business
Brisbane Times
After a year when voters worldwide thumbed their noses at mainstream politics and the elite, a landmark annual survey has found trust in major institutions is eroding at a rapid rate. And the effect is particularly pronounced here in Australia. Play Video.

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01/21/2017
Curtin says no to high rise development - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Curtin says no to high rise development
The Sydney Morning Herald
ACT Greens MLA Caroline Le Couteur will present a petition of about 1000 signatures to the assembly after hundreds of protested gathered on Saturday to reject the proposal for a six-storey mixed-use building in Curtin Square. Ms Le Couteur said the ...

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01/20/2017
Social media is here to stay so focus on the positive aspects - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Social media is here to stay so focus on the positive aspects
The Sydney Morning Herald
Tennis players are no different to a lot of you out there in the stands. We've all got plenty of potential distractions in our lives. And we also have been affected by the enormous impact of social media – in positive and negative ways. If you were on ...
Trump protesters vow social media blackout during inaugurationUSA TODAY
Getting social in 2017The Phuket News
How To Get The Most Out Of Your Social Media StrategyBusiness 2 Community
TV Technology -NJBIZ -Bizcommunity.com -Hindu Business Line
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