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01/20/2017
Donald Trump Inauguration: Wall Street closes higher, breaking 50-year drought - The Sydney Morning Herald


Los Angeles Times

Donald Trump Inauguration: Wall Street closes higher, breaking 50-year drought
The Sydney Morning Herald
US stocks closed higher on Friday in a modest but broad-based advance as Donald Trump was sworn in as US President, marking the first time in more than 50 years that a new commander-in-chief has been welcomed by a rising equity market on his first day ...
Best inauguration stocks result since JFKHerald Sun
$US falls, stocks climb after inaugurationThe Australian
Dow rises nearly 100 pointsNEWS.com.au
The Globe and Mail -U.S. News & World Report -Daily Mail -Financial Post
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01/20/2017
Jobs for the girls: the silent revolution in Australia's workforce - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Jobs for the girls: the silent revolution in Australia's workforce
The Sydney Morning Herald
Women are marching on Washington DC, and other capital cities including Sydney and Melbourne, this weekend to protest against Donald Trump's presidency. But women in Australia have been making a less visible, but more lasting, statement in the ...
Victoria the nation's job star as NSW slumpsBrisbane Times
Unemployment rises to 5.8pc despite third month of full-time job gainsABC Online
California gains 3700 jobs in December, pushing unemployment down to 5.2%Los Angeles Times
Fresno Bee -Fairfield Daily Republic -NEWS.com.au -Alaska Dispatch News
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01/20/2017
Portland smelter rescue talks faced meltdown - The Australian

The Australian

Portland smelter rescue talks faced meltdown
The Australian
Last Saturday, just after midday, Industry Minister Greg Hunt took a phone call from Alcoa's chief executive Michael Parker. It was not good news. A deal to secure Alcoa's Portland smelter was on the verge of collapse. After weeks of delicate ...
Malcolm Turnbull, Daniel Andrews set to announce Alcoa dealBrisbane Times
Alcoa's Portland smelter: Is the facility viable and what does the government bail-out mean?ABC Online
Alcoa deal welcomed by Victoria businessesNEWS.com.au
Business Insider -Herald Sun -The Australian Financial Review -Warrnambool Standard
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01/21/2017
Trump's Mexico bashing may backfire if peso plunge forces poor migrants north - The Guardian

The Guardian

Trump's Mexico bashing may backfire if peso plunge forces poor migrants north
The Guardian
Mexicans stand on the beach while looking through the US-Mexico border fence into the United States in Tijuana. Photograph: John Moore/Getty Images. Rory Carroll in Tijuana, Mexico. @rorycarroll72. Saturday 21 January 2017 03.00 EST Last modified on ...
Stocks flat before Trump inaugurationNEWS.com.au
Greenback little changed: Donald Trump inaugurationThe Australian Financial Review
Trump's destructive US dollar desiresThe Australian
Business Insider Australia -Business Insider -Barron's -Seeking Alpha
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01/20/2017
Trump's inauguration is the biggest investment event since the GFC - The Australian

The Australian

Trump's inauguration is the biggest investment event since the GFC
The Australian
The inauguration of Donald Trump this weekend marks the single most important investment event since the global financial crisis almost a decade ago. Whether President Trump will ultimately be good or bad for overall returns we don't know, but so far ...

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01/18/2017
Which household brands are still Australian owned? - ABC Online

ABC Online

Which household brands are still Australian owned?
ABC Online
Arnott's, Uncle Tobys, Bushells, Golden Circle — you could be forgiven for thinking these brand were Australian owned. This morning, it was announced dairy brand Bega would purchase Vegemite from US company Mondelez International and put it back in ...

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01/20/2017
Centrelink issues and debt collectors cause headaches for Geelong families - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Centrelink issues and debt collectors cause headaches for Geelong families
Herald Sun
A GEELONG man has slammed Centrelink for unnecessarily sending a debt collector to get back the $150 he was overpaid. For two years in a row, Vin Georgelin has had to pay small amounts back to Centrelink under the family tax benefit provisions. He said ...
Centrelink bungle pleaThe Mercury
Slater and Gordon lawyers investigating if Centrelink debt system breaches lawThe Guardian

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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 ...
Quicken Loans, Under Fire, Fires BackNew York Times
Freddie Mac Prices $1 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-724Yahoo Finance
UPDATE 1-U.S. 30-year mortgage rates fall to lowest since Dec -FreddieBusiness Insider
Sarasota Herald-Tribune -Ventura County Star -Zing! Blog by Quicken Loans (blog) -Bankrate.com
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01/20/2017
Distrustful nation: Australians lose faith in politics, media and business - Brisbane Times

Distrustful nation: Australians lose faith in politics, media and business
Brisbane Times
After a year when voters worldwide thumbed their noses at mainstream politics and the elite, a landmark annual survey has found trust in major institutions is eroding at a rapid rate. And the effect is particularly pronounced here in Australia. Play Video.

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01/21/2017
Helen Gerard, one of the state's wealthiest women, to build a $30 million, eight-storey apartment block at Thebarton - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Helen Gerard, one of the state's wealthiest women, to build a $30 million, eight-storey apartment block at Thebarton
Herald Sun
HELEN Gerard, one of the state's wealthiest women, is ready for the biggest challenge of her business career after approval to build a $30 million high-rise apartment tower block at Thebarton has been finally granted by state government. Ms Gerard, a ...

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