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05/23/2017
Woodside plans for growth phase ahead - The Australian


The Australian

Woodside plans for growth phase ahead
The Australian
Woodside Petroleum chief Peter Coleman has given a buoyant outlook for the nation's biggest oil and gas company, flagging more than $US4.5 billion ($6bn) of free cash flow over the next five years, 15 per cent short-term production growth and longer ...
Woodside Petroleum to 'learn lessons' on LNG projectsThe Australian Financial Review
Energy giant Woodside sets 10-year project hiatusHerald Sun
Woodside turns to low-cost expansion options as gas price declinesThe Sydney Morning Herald
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05/23/2017
Labor offered Adani royalty deal in March - The Australian

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Labor offered Adani royalty deal in March
The Australian
Queensland's Labor government is reneging on royalty concessions it formally offered Indian miner Adani two months ago for its $16.5 billion central Queensland Carmichael coalmine. Despite state Treasurer Curtis Pitt's insistence the government had “no ...
Adani takes brinkmanship to new levelsThe Australian Financial Review
Adani weighs in on royalties rowCourier Mail
Palaszczuk under huge pressure as Adani mine splits Labor's ranksThe New Daily
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05/23/2017
Who will pay the bank tax shortfall? - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Who will pay the bank tax shortfall?
The Australian Financial Review
Making a stand against the federal government's bank tax: CBA chair Catherine Livingstone, Lindsay Maxsted (Westpac) and Ken Henry (NAB). David Rowe. Share on twitter. by Michael Smith. There has been a coalescence of thinking among the four major ...
Big four bank levy estimates 'fall short'The Australian
Bank levy revenue $2b less than Government budget forecasts: Big fourABC Online
Here's How Much the Bank Levy Will Cost Commonwealth Bank of AustraliaMotley Fool Australia
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05/23/2017
Bank of Queensland and Bendigo Bank hit out at rating cut - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Bank of Queensland and Bendigo Bank hit out at rating cut
The Sydney Morning Herald
Regional banks have vented over a cut in their credit ratings that will push up wholesale funding costs for smaller banks and therefore make it harder to compete with their larger rivals. After Standard & Poor's on Monday lowered the credit ratings of ...
Government support under review: S&PThe Australian Financial Review
The bank levy is suddenly an even better ideaThe New Daily
Snakes & ladders for Qld bank stocksCourier Mail
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05/23/2017
Avocado toast mortgages have gone global - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Avocado toast mortgages have gone global
NEWS.com.au
THE debate surrounding the link between avocado toast and mortgages has gone global, making Australia an international laughing stock. KPMG partner and The Australian columnist Bernard Salt wrote in October last year that “the evils of hipster cafes” ...
Don't touch my avocado toast, thank youThe Packer
Less avocado toast and more savingCharleston Post Courier

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05/23/2017
Goodman Group restructures debt, wins a ratings upgrade - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Goodman Group restructures debt, wins a ratings upgrade
The Sydney Morning Herald
Goodman Group has restructured its capital management with a reduction in gearing and amended US based banking covenants, the group has revealed. This has led to an improvement in credit rating from both S&P and Moody's Investors Services. SHARE
Goodman upgraded as Greg Goodman swears off debtThe Australian

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05/23/2017
SurfStitch face $100m class action - The Australian

The Australian

SurfStitch face $100m class action
The Australian
Only a day after teetering surfwear retailer SurfStitch issued a profit warning — its fourth in two years, and one that sent its shares plummeting by one third — the troubled company has been slapped by a potential $100 million class action lawsuit ...
Surfstitch sued by shareholders in $100m class actionABC Online
SurfStitch hit with $100m class actionNEWS.com.au
Surfstitch facing $100m class actionHerald Sun
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05/23/2017
ATO tax fraud: You didn't get away with it, says Cranston father to son - The Australian

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ATO tax fraud: You didn't get away with it, says Cranston father to son
The Australian
Michael Cranston, the Australian Taxation Office deputy commissioner embroiled in one of Australia's largest tax fraud investigations, allegedly told his son Adam “what you did in the past you got away with”, according to police phone taps obtained by ...
Secretive history: Why the alleged $165 million tax fraud means the ATO will never be the same againSmartCompany.com.au
'What you did … you got away with'dailytelegraph.com.au
Phone taps reveal ATO boss warned his son 'conduct stunk'Daily Mail

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05/23/2017
OPEC set to prolong oil output cuts by nine months - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsia

OPEC set to prolong oil output cuts by nine months
Channel NewsAsia
OPEC will likely agree to extend production cuts for another nine months, delegates said on Tuesday as the oil producer group meets this week to debate how to tackle a global glut of crude. Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih (L) speaks during a ...
Trump seeks to sell off half of the Strategic Petroleum ReserveWashington Post
Opec oil producers poised to extend production cutsThe Guardian
Oil prices rise as expected decision to extend cuts nearsReuters
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05/23/2017
Buy Apple because the iPhone 8 'super-cycle' is ahead, Credit Suisse says - CNBC

CNBC

Buy Apple because the iPhone 8 'super-cycle' is ahead, Credit Suisse says
CNBC
Credit Suisse recommends Apple shares because the premium-priced iPhone 8 will drive earnings above expectations. The company's shares are up 33 percent year-to-date through Monday compared with the S&P 500's 7 percent return in the same time ...
Apple China Checks: China Demand Disappointing, Expect An In-Line QuarterBenzinga
Apple Stock Targets Upped For Ultra-Pricey Iphone 8Investing.com
Credit Suisse: Buy Apple Now Before Stock Surges on iPhone 8 'Super-Cycle'Newsmax
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