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04/19/2018
Pressure on AMP board as Craig Meller apologises - The Australian


The Australian

Pressure on AMP board as Craig Meller apologises
The Australian
Besieged AMP chief executive Craig Meller has emerged from the bunker to apologise to the group's adviser network for the fee-for-no-service scandal as shareholder pressure builds on chairman Catherine Brenner and the entire board of the wealth ...
'Untenable': AMP board under pressure following royal commissionThe Sydney Morning Herald
AMP CEO Craig Meller apologies to advisers: 'This isn't the AMP you know'The Australian Financial Review
The banking royal commission – it's even worse than it looksThe New Daily

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04/19/2018
Financial crackdown under way: Turnbull - NEWS.com.au

The Australian Financial Review

Financial crackdown under way: Turnbull
NEWS.com.au
Malcolm Turnbull says the government is cracking down on dodgy bankers as the royal commission reveals horrifying abuses of customers. Angus Livingston, AAP senior political writer. Australian Associated PressApril 20, 20186:00am. Malcolm Turnbull ...
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull dodges royal commission questionCourier Mail
Criminal penalties, fines boosted amid banking commission outrageThe Australian Financial Review
Barnaby Joyce says he was wrong to oppose a banking royal commissionABC Online
The Australian -9news.com.au -The Sydney Morning Herald -Daily Telegraph
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04/19/2018
Ipswich dumps recycling, so what is going on in Queensland? - ABC Local

ABC Local

Ipswich dumps recycling, so what is going on in Queensland?
ABC Local
Ipswich Mayor Andrew Antoniolli announced earlier this week all recycling for the city, south of Brisbane, will be sent straight to landfill. Cr Antoniolli said China's import ban on recycling and the rising levels of contaminated rubbish meant it was ...
Queensland waste tax goes ahead despite election pledgeThe Australian
REVEALED: How Gladstone will handle recycling woesGladstone Observer
Ipswich City Council says recycling is too expensiveNEWS.com.au
Brisbane Times -Courier Mail -SBS -The New Daily
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04/19/2018
'Absolutely and utterly disgusting': Westpac's advice led to couple's ruin - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'Absolutely and utterly disgusting': Westpac's advice led to couple's ruin
The Sydney Morning Herald
A Melbourne nurse has revealed how Westpac's bad advice led to her family losing their home, on the same day it emerged the Commonwealth Bank had been charging clients fees for up to a decade after their deaths. Both banks also admitted neither of the ...
'I felt humiliated, stupid': Retirement dream shattered by poor advice, royal commission toldABC Online
This is how a nurse and her husband lost their home when they asked Westpac for adviceBusiness Insider Australia
Banking royal commission: Westpac advisers ripped me off, says nurseThe Australian
Herald Sun -InvestorDaily -9news.com.au -Yahoo7 News
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04/19/2018
State ministers to debate energy changes - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

State ministers to debate energy changes
9news.com.au
State and territory ministers will thrash out potential changes to the federal government's signature National Energy Guarantee at a meeting in Melbourne on Friday. There are stand out changes some ministers want made to the proposed energy policy ...
Josh Frydenberg makes last-minute pitch to states to back NegThe Guardian
Frydenberg mummifies energy truth with red tapeMacroBusiness (blog)
Sparks fly over energy guarantee as power costs soarThe Australian
The Sydney Morning Herald -The Australian Financial Review -Courier Mail -RenewEconomy
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04/19/2018
Millennials may feel hard done by, but they've had more income growth than baby boomers - ABC Online

ABC Online

Millennials may feel hard done by, but they've had more income growth than baby boomers
ABC Online
Life has changed significantly for young Australians over the past 40 years. Millennials now delay marriage and childbirth, increase their years of study and have much greater rates of part-time work. As a result, millennials might be feeling a little ...
Generation Y keeping up on income but fewer able to afford a homeThe Guardian

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04/19/2018
Vic govt loses support in latest Newspoll - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Vic govt loses support in latest Newspoll
9news.com.au
The Victorian Labor government is losing support, with the Liberal opposition closing the narrow two-party preferred gap ahead of the November election, the latest Newspoll shows. Daniel Andrews' Labor Party leads Matthew Guy's Coalition 51 to 49 per ...
The leaders are on the nose but knife-edge poll loomsThe Australian

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04/19/2018
Jobs market hits wall after record surge - The Australian

The Australian

Jobs market hits wall after record surge
The Australian
The record run of jobs growth has ended with a fall in the number of people in work in February and only a small gain in March, raising concerns about the strength of the economy in the lead-up to next month's federal budget. Over the first three ...
WA unemployment rate hits 16-year high as business lobby laments 'bad state of affairs'ABC Online
WA's unemployment rate nation's highestNEWS.com.au
Australian employment growth is slowingBusiness Insider Australia
The New Daily -TheBull.com.au -SBS -Business News
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04/19/2018
Deutsche Bank Inadvertently Made a $35 Billion Payment in a Single Transaction - Bloomberg

Bloomberg

Deutsche Bank Inadvertently Made a $35 Billion Payment in a Single Transaction
Bloomberg
A routine payment went awry at Deutsche Bank AG last month when Germany's biggest lender inadvertently sent 28 billion euros ($35 billion) to an exchange as part of its daily dealings in derivatives, according to a person familiar with the matter. The ...
Oops! Deutsche Bank accidentally sent a $35 billion paymentCNNMoney
Deutsche Bank Accidentally Sends $35B To ExchangePYMNTS.com
Deutsche Bank blames 'operational error' for accidental €28bn transferFinancial Times
The Globe and Mail -STLtoday.com -Business Insider -Nasdaq
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04/19/2018
Housing affordability improves, but buying a home still 'challenging' - The Australian

The Australian

Housing affordability improves, but buying a home still 'challenging'
The Australian
Buying a house remains “very challenging” in Australia despite a slight improvement in housing affordability in the first three months of the year. The Housing Industry Association's Affordability Index showed Sydneysiders were paying 56.5 per cent of ...
Buying a home became more affordable over the past 3 monthsNEWS.com.au
Default mostly in smaller affordable home loans, lenders to tighten process: Indiabulls Housing FinanceMoneycontrol.com
Housing affordability improves in most capitalsYourMortgage.com.au
DSNews.com
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