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01/22/2017
Markets look to Trump's White House for policies to match optimism - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets look to Trump's White House for policies to match optimism
The Sydney Morning Herald
Predictions of an inauguration day sell-off were wide of the market after the S&P 500 added 7.6 points or 0.3 per cent to 2,271.31 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average 94.8 points or 0.5 per cent to 19,827.25, though shares pared their gains upon the ...

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01/21/2017
Woolworths to break bread with winemakers - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Woolworths to break bread with winemakers
The Sydney Morning Herald
Supermarket giant Woolworths is seeking to soothe suppliers anxious over a recent court ruling that it did not act unconscionably in demanding as much as $60 million from suppliers to plug a profit shortfall. Martin Smith, the boss of Woolworths ...
Aldi blind taste test compares its branded products with the competitionThe Transcontinental

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01/21/2017
Markets to watch for Trump effect - 9news.com.au

Sky News Australia

Markets to watch for Trump effect
9news.com.au
The reverberations from Donald Trump being sworn in as US president will be felt as markets around the world open for a new week. However, the futures index for Australian shares points to a positive start on Monday. AMP Capital's chief economist Shane ...
Market ponders 'Good' Trump or 'Bad'?Courier Mail
Reality check may stump TrumpHerald Sun

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01/21/2017
Biotech set to regain favour after recent thrills and spills - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Biotech set to regain favour after recent thrills and spills
The Sydney Morning Herald
The last few months have been ones to forget for biotech shares with a rotation of funds out of the sector globally leaving many stocks in the sector well down on their 12-month highs, with sentiment also hurt amid caution the US will force drug prices ...

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01/21/2017
OPEC, Russia cutting oil output deeper, faster than expected - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

OPEC, Russia cutting oil output deeper, faster than expected
The Sydney Morning Herald
OPEC and Russia say they are ahead of schedule implementing their historic agreement to curb oil output and boost prices. Saudi Arabia, Algeria and Kuwait have already made deeper cuts than required, while Russia has reduced supply faster than ...
Where next for oil?Yahoo Finance UK
OPEC, Russia 'Ahead Of Schedule' On Oil Output CutsRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Russia says it has lowered oil outputPress TV
Inquirer.net -OilPrice.com -Kuwait News Agency -Daily Mail
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01/21/2017
One quarter of Aussie children don't have savings accounts - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

One quarter of Aussie children don't have savings accounts
Herald Sun
ALMOST one quarter of Australian children don't have savings accounts, robbing them of a chance to learn valuable financial lessons at an early age. New research from Westpac has found that 70 per cent of children are given a savings account before ...

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01/21/2017
Buyback talk flatters earnings season prospects for mining stocks - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Buyback talk flatters earnings season prospects for mining stocks
The Australian Financial Review
Enthusiasm for a share buyback from Rio Tinto at its upcoming results lends an optimistic note to the February earnings season, which could have more capital management surprises in store. The danger is that investor expectations have already exceeded ...
The Equities Analysts Set Expectations for Rio Tinto PLC's FY2016 Earnings (RIO)DailyQuint
Rio Tinto PLC (RIO) Receives "Buy" Rating from Morgan StanleyThe Cerbat Gem
Morgan Stanley Reaffirms Buy Rating for Rio Tinto PLC (RIO)Community Financial News
BBNS -TCC -Sports Perspectives -Twin County News
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01/19/2017
the most effective debt reduction strategy for you - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

the most effective debt reduction strategy for you
The Sydney Morning Herald
As widely expected, financial institutions have gradually been increasing their mortgage interest rates especially the longer term fixed rate offerings. This has been triggered by expectations of higher US interest rates following the Trump election ...
Why the Reserve Bank may favour slightly higher mortgage ratesYour Mortgage
Here's how the dysfunction of the home-loan market could be fixedThe Seattle Times
UPDATE 1-U.S. 30-year mortgage rates fall to lowest since Dec -FreddieBusiness Insider
Yahoo Finance -The Globe and Mail -MarketWatch -USA TODAY
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01/21/2017
Medicare levy increase on the table as Turnbull budget speculation begins - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Medicare levy increase on the table as Turnbull budget speculation begins
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian Medical Association has used its pre-budget submission to plead with the government to return any extra revenue raised by the tax to health rather than using it to fix the deepening deficit. "It is equally important to understand that ...
Doctors Urge Greg Hunt To 'Lift Freeze' On Medicare RebatesHuffington Post Australia

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01/19/2017
Asian stocks slip, dollar flat - NEWS.com.au

GMA News

Asian stocks slip, dollar flat
NEWS.com.au
Caution was the name of the game in financial markets on Friday ahead of US President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration later in the day, with Asian stocks and the dollar pulling back and US Treasury yields hovering near their highest close this year.
Markets look for lots of action in President Trump's first weekYahoo Finance
Trump's destructive US dollar desiresThe Australian
10 things you need to know before markets open in Australia and AsiaBusiness Insider Australia
9news.com.au -Barron's -Financial Times -Sputnik International
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