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06/25/2016
Brexit stage left, thanks - Herald Sun


Herald Sun

Brexit stage left, thanks
Herald Sun
One of the most dramatic days on global markets hints at broader concerns about economic conditions around the world, says Terry McCrann in his weekly wrap of business news. June 24th 2016; a day ago; /video/video.news.com.au/Business/. TALK about ...

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06/24/2016
Brexit: 'Mayhem' as Australians rush to buy pounds - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Brexit: 'Mayhem' as Australians rush to buy pounds
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian currency shops experienced "mayhem" and the Commonwealth Bank temporarily suspended some foreign exchange after the Pound Sterling fell to its lowest point in more than 30 years following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Brexit: Commonwealth Bank suspends foreign exchange of British poundsHerald Sun
Brexit: Australians overseas hit by Commonwealth Bank suspension of currency exchangeABC Online
'You left me stranded': CBA customers fuming over freeze on British pound exchangeYahoo7 News
Daily Mail -Sky News Australia -Huffington Post Australia -finder.com.au
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06/24/2016
Australian property will shake despite lower for longer rates after Brexit vote - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Australian property will shake despite lower for longer rates after Brexit vote
The Australian Financial Review
Commercial property will suffer in the short term as business and investor sentiment shakes after the Brexit vote – but in the medium term the sector should benefit from a global interest rates that will certainly be lower for longer. In the ...
Scrambling investors send ASX deep into red amid tight Brexit vote countThe Sydney Morning Herald
5 ASX shares to beat the Brexit sell offMotley Fool Australia
Brexit rocks Australian sharemarket, worse to comeThe Conversation AU

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06/24/2016
Brexit: British pound slumps to lowest level since 1985 - ABC Online

ABC Online

Brexit: British pound slumps to lowest level since 1985
ABC Online
The pound dropped as low as $US1.323 — losing more than 10 per cent of its value since the start of daily trading — before climbing back up to $US1.365 at 4:10pm AEST. London bankers working through the night said they had not seen anything like the ...

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06/23/2016
NSW to double existing solar farm capacity - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW to double existing solar farm capacity
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Baird government has granted planning approval for four new large-scale solar plants, potentially more than doubling the existing capacity in the state. The four plants approved for construction have a combined capacity of 175 megawatts (MW), and ...
The anti-wind and anti-solar garbage fit to print in Murdoch mediaRenewEconomy
We're all going solar, rooftop panels or notThe Australian Financial Review
Now is the time to accelerate solar generation and storageiTWire
Science Codex -Proactive Investors UK -Investors Chronicle -CleanTechnica
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06/25/2016
More market undulations ahead - Nikkei Asian Review

Nikkei Asian Review

More market undulations ahead
Nikkei Asian Review
TOKYO -- Investors should expect yet more turmoil next week as the Brexit shock continues to shake financial markets. Britain's decision on Thursday to leave the European Union has clouded the financial markets with a number of unknowns, including how ...
shock wipes off a year of gainsHerald Sun
No, The Brexit Is Not A Good Reason To Mess With Your 401(k)Huffington Post
British pound leads charge in global rallyBusiness News
RFD-TV -WDBJ7
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06/25/2016
Five films down and still mammoth laughs from the Ice Age gang - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Five films down and still mammoth laughs from the Ice Age gang
Herald Sun
NO one could fault the prehistoric mammals at the heart of this preternaturally permafrosted franchise on their stamina. Collision Course is Manny, Sid and Diego's fifth animated outing. And they wisecrack their way through this latest string of epic ...
Are Analysts Bearish Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) After Last Week?Engelwood Daily
Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ:ZNGA) Dividend Yield Is N/A%Vanguard Tribune
Get notified when Ice Age: Arctic Blast goes on sale or freeiOSnoops
ValueWalk -share market updates (press release) -The Post -Seneca Globe
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06/23/2016
Sterling stays ahead as traders bet on Remain vote - Herald Scotland

Herald Scotland

Sterling stays ahead as traders bet on Remain vote
Herald Scotland
Sterling remained ahead despite easing back from a fresh 2016 high as traders continued to bet on Britain voting to remain in the EU. The pound hit 1.49 US dollars during the day on Thursday, building on its rise all through the week after opinion poll ...

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06/25/2016
Global superconductor industry consumption forecast to 2021 just published - WhaTech

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Global superconductor industry consumption forecast to 2021 just published
WhaTech
Key Companies profiled in this research report are Bruker, SuperPower, Southwire, American Superconductor, Oxford Instruments, Furukawa Electric, Superconductor Technologies, Evico and more are profiled in the terms of product picture, specification, ...
Flexible Packaging Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 - 2024PR Newswire (press release)
Global and Chinese Cotton Waterproof Eider Down Clothing Industry Overview 2016 - Research and MarketsBusiness Wire (press release)
United States Recombinant vaccines Industry Significant Forecast, Trends And Opportunity 2016Medgadget.com (blog)
Digital Journal -RD News Mag -Virtual-Strategy Magazine -Industry Today (press release)
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06/24/2016
British online retailer ASOS denies outage is Brexit-related - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

British online retailer ASOS denies outage is Brexit-related
The Sydney Morning Herald
UPDATE: ASOS have responded after fans of the brand expressed concern on social media that the online store's website and app had been taken offline due to the plummeting value of the British pound after the UK voted to leave the European Union ...
ASOS Down: Shoppers Blame #Brexit And $1 USD To 0.73 GBP Conversion RateThe Inquisitr
ASOS website up and running againStuff.co.nz
People are blaming Brexit for the Asos website crashingBBC News
The Sun -Daily Star -Mirror.co.uk -Closer
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