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12/06/2016
Rate rises a windfall for NAB, Westpac - The Australian


The Australian

Rate rises a windfall for NAB, Westpac
The Australian
National Australia Bank and Westpac could pocket up to $160 million of additional revenue from their out-of-cycle mortgage rate hikes, sparking claims the big four banking “oligopoly” is alive and well as economists pencilled in further official rate ...
Miners lead ASX reboundThe Sydney Morning Herald
Has the era of record low interest rates finally come to an end?ABC Online
Interest rates: going to be bumpy 2017NEWS.com.au
Motley Fool Australia -Courier Mail -The Australian Financial Review -Herald Sun
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12/06/2016
Malcolm Turnbull rules out carbon price - The Australian

The Australian

Malcolm Turnbull rules out carbon price
The Australian
The Coalition has vowed not to introduce an emissions intensity scheme for the electricity sector, as Malcolm Turnbull seeks to quell a backbench revolt over climate change policy and target Labor over its plans for a new price on carbon. In a reminder ...
Backbench forces Josh Frydenberg into humiliating climate policy backdownThe Sydney Morning Herald
Energy Minister backtracks on emissions intensity scheme commentsABC Online
Stormy politics hits economic growthNEWS.com.au
The Australian Financial Review -dailytelegraph.com.au -Herald Sun -The New Daily
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12/06/2016
Uniting Church plans sell-off as part of $1 billion development program - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Uniting Church plans sell-off as part of $1 billion development program
The Sydney Morning Herald
The funds are earmarked to finance $1 billion in developments of around 200 projects which the Church has underway or in planning. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Pin to Pinterest PIN; Link. The Princess Mary Club building ...

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12/05/2016
Has the 'great rotation' from bonds to equities begun? - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Has the 'great rotation' from bonds to equities begun?
The Sydney Morning Herald
"It" is the arrival of the long-anticipated, so-called "great rotation" out of bonds and into equities. It's the No.1 issue for anyone trying to figure out if the turbulent market moves in recent weeks and months are here to stay or just a flash in the ...
Opinion: Will Donald Trump kill the REIT sector?MarketWatch
What to Do as Bond Yields Rise, Gold FallsTheStreet.com

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12/06/2016
Yes women want to be CEOs, even when they have children - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Yes women want to be CEOs, even when they have children
The Sydney Morning Herald
Gender discrimination in Australia, according to a LinkedIn comment made by Greg, ended in the 1970s. This was in response to a CIO story I had shared on the social media site about how former Telstra CEO David Thodey's entire perspective on gender ...

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12/06/2016
Calabria moots Origin oil and gas spin-off to slash debts - The Australian

The Australian

Calabria moots Origin oil and gas spin-off to slash debts
The Australian
Less than two months after taking the top job at Origin Energy, managing director Frank Calabria has revealed he plans to pay off up to $2 billion of a $9bn net debt load by spinning off developed gas and oil assets not associated with its Queensland ...
Origin to spawn $1.6bn oil, gas groupHerald Sun
Origin to spin off conventional gas assets to cut debtABC Online
Origin Energy shares surge on news of oil and gas spin-offThe Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian Financial Review -SBS -Motley Fool Australia -Business Insider Australia
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12/06/2016
Telstra cautious on Productivity Commission's USO report - The Australian

The Australian

Telstra cautious on Productivity Commission's USO report
The Australian
The Productivity Commission's recommendation to dismantle the existing telecommunications universal service obligations has drawn a cautious response from Telstra, which could lose billions of dollars in payments it was set to receive under the ...
Productivity Commission recommends scrapping Telstra's Universal Service Obligation fundsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Productivity Commission recommends that government scrap universal guarantee to a landline phoneABC Online
Telcos call for end to 'outdated' USONEWS.com.au
The Australian Financial Review -iT News -ARNnet -9news.com.au
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12/06/2016
Adani Carmichael mine: Drilling into the numbers for Queensland - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Adani Carmichael mine: Drilling into the numbers for Queensland
The Sydney Morning Herald
Adani's Carmichael mine and rail project has been touted as a massive boost for Queensland's economy. But when you drill down into the numbers, what does the Indian company's plans actually mean for Queensland? Play Video. Replay Video. Play Video
Why Adani's $21 billion Carmichael mine could be unstoppableNEWS.com.au
'It's not critical': Adani claim for government loan questioned after company's admissionABC Online
Megamine boom for struggling townCourier Mail
The Australian -The Australian Financial Review -ABC Local -Financial Times
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12/06/2016
Trademark bid shows Amazon onslaught is on its way - The Australian

The Australian

Trademark bid shows Amazon onslaught is on its way
The Australian
Australian retailers' worst fears of an onslaught by Amazon in their own backyard are increasingly likely to be realised after the US giant lodged applications for as many as 10 trademarks to secure protection for its most advanced online shopping ...
Amazon trademarks reveal Australian ambitionsThe Australian Financial Review

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12/04/2016
Employers are underpaying 2.4m workers superannuation: report - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Employers are underpaying 2.4m workers superannuation: report
The Sydney Morning Herald
Close to a third of Australian workers are missing out on $3.6 billion a year in superannuation entitlements and many do not even realise they are being short-changed, a new report reveals. The analysis of Tax Office and Australian Bureau of Statistics ...
Super dodgy employersThe Age
Employers 'short-changing' Australian workers by withholding superannuation payments, report saysABC Online
Employers are banking $1 billion from a loophole in superannuation rulesBusiness Insider Australia
NEWS.com.au -The Australian -SBS -The New Daily
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