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09/30/2016
Stocks jump, euro up as Deutsche rebounds - NEWS.com.au


Newsweek

Stocks jump, euro up as Deutsche rebounds
NEWS.com.au
Stock prices across major markets rose, while the euro stabilised as Deutsche Bank's shares recovered from record lows on a report it is close to a deal to reduce a massive US settlement over charges related to selling toxic mortgage bonds. Wall Street ...
Wall St finishes September quarter higherThe Australian
Stocks End Quarter on a High NoteWall Street Journal
Deutsche Bank shares rebound after reports of $5.4bn settlementIrish Times
Channel NewsAsia -Press Herald -Fox Business -The Sun
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09/30/2016
Ford shutdown: Auto manufacturing workers fear for their futures - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Ford shutdown: Auto manufacturing workers fear for their futures
The Sydney Morning Herald
By this time next week, Stewart Harris and his workmates will all be unemployed. They've known this day was coming – for three years now, in fact – since Ford, Holden and Toyota told Australians they were closing their car factories down forever. But ...
Ford will close its Australian factories after 91 years next Friday. How did an entire industry end up on the scrapheap?NEWS.com.au

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09/30/2016
Gerry Harvey lifts stake in his company - NEWS.com.au

SBS

Gerry Harvey lifts stake in his company
NEWS.com.au
Harvey Norman co-founder and executive chairman Gerry Harvey has taken home less pay but lifted his lucrative stake in the furniture and homewares retailer. Mr Harvey bought almost 2.7 million Harvey Norman shares in the 2015/16 financial year, taking ...
Gerry Harvey's pay packet fallsThe Australian
Gerry Harvey's pay packet shrinksSBS

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09/30/2016
China's yuan joins IMF reserve currencies - The Australian

Washington Post

China's yuan joins IMF reserve currencies
The Australian
China's yuan has joined the International Monetary Fund's basket of reserve currencies in a milestone for the government's campaign for recognition as a global economic power. It is the first time that a currency has been added to sit alongside the US ...
Why the Yuan Still Has Long Way to Go to Supplant US DollarWall Street Journal (blog)
IMF launches new SDR basket including China's RMB, historic milestone for China, int'l monetary systemXinhua
IMF Sets New Currency Rates to Reflect Yuan's Debut as a Global ReserveU.S. News & World Report
Channel NewsAsia -Nasdaq -The Australian Financial Review -Business Standard
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09/29/2016
SA weather: Port Lincoln residents effectively marooned by power blackout - ABC Online

ABC Online

SA weather: Port Lincoln residents effectively marooned by power blackout
ABC Online
Port Lincoln on Eyre Peninsula has been without power for almost two days and is virtually cut-off from the outside world following Wednesday's statewide blackout. The city is experiencing disruptions to some of its essential services — there is no ...
Cut off for three days, Port Lincoln's a ghost townThe Advertiser
Flood emergency warnings for two SA riversSky News Australia
West Coast updates | GALLERYPort Lincoln Times

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09/30/2016
Anti-immigration a great danger: Morrison - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Anti-immigration a great danger: Morrison
Sky News Australia
Treasurer Scott Morrison has warned that Australia must embrace immigration, trade and foreign investment or risk the prosperity of future generations. In an address to the Lowy Institute in Sydney, the Treasurer addressed the rising tide of anti ...
'Keep the door open': MorrisonNEWS.com.au
Scott Morrison's blunt warning: embrace immigration and trade, or face 'great danger'The Sydney Morning Herald
Investment populism to hit prosperity, says Scott MorrisonThe Australian
The Australian Financial Review -The Conversation AU -9news.com.au -Courier Mail
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09/29/2016
Australian new home sales surge on a 17.8% rise in apartments - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Australian new home sales surge on a 17.8% rise in apartments
Business Insider Australia
Like Australian building approvals data released by the ABS, new home sales figures from the Housing Industry Association (HIA) have been all over the place in recent months, thanks largely to the increasing dominance of apartments in Australia's ...
New home sales recover in AugustNEWS.com.au
New home sales bounce in AugustThe Australian
Home sales jump to 6.1 per cent in AugustSky News Australia
MacroBusiness (blog) -finder.com.au -ForexLive -EconoTimes
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09/29/2016
Annual credit growth to Australian housing investors has fallen to a 7-year low - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Annual credit growth to Australian housing investors has fallen to a 7-year low
Business Insider Australia
Private sector credit growth continued to slow in August, according to figures released by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) earlier today. Credit extended to the private sector grew by just 0.4%, leaving the annual pace of growth at 5.8%, the lowest ...
Will the real Oz step forward?Herald Sun
RBA private credit data shows no home lending slowdownThe Australian
Private sector creditTheBull.com.au
EconoTimes -News.Markets
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09/30/2016
New submarines could ultimately be nuclear, say experts - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

New submarines could ultimately be nuclear, say experts
The Australian Financial Review
As far as government spending goes, it could be the largest capital project ever undertaken in Australia. The Future Submarines Program (FSP) aims to build 12 submarines at a cost of what could be more than $36 billion, taking the Australian Strategic ...
Australia, French firm sign subs contractNEWS.com.au
Australian subs may use X-Box controllerSBS
Contract awarded to Lockheed Martin for new sub combat systemThe Australian
The Advertiser -UPI.com -The Sydney Morning Herald -Daily Sabah
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09/29/2016
ASG recommends $349 million cash offer from Japan's Nomura Research Institute - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ASG recommends $349 million cash offer from Japan's Nomura Research Institute
The Australian Financial Review
ASG chief executive Geoff Lewis (pictured) has been retained by NRI to continue growing the business. by; Sarah Thompson · Paul Smith. ASX-listed technology services firm ASG Group has announced it is recommending a cash offer from Japan-listed ...
Here's why ASG Group Limited shares rocketed 16% higher todayMotley Fool Australia
Nomura deal set to open doors for ASGThe Australian
Red Friday: Aus shares close 0.65% lowerFinance News Network
Business Insider Australia -ZDNet -Business News -The West Australian
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