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06/30/2016
Global equities get Bank of England lift - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Global equities get Bank of England lift
The Australian Financial Review
Wall Street rose in afternoon trading on Thursday after Bank of England governor Mark Carney raised the prospect of an interest rate cut. Richard Drew. A strong signal of a rate cut in the UK is underpinning gains in global equities. ASX futures were ...
Wall Street extends rallyThe Australian
NZ dollar continues run against poundNEWS.com.au
Interest rate cut 'likely' after BrexitSky News Australia
Wall Street Journal -BBC News -Quartz -Bloomberg
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06/30/2016
From oil shock to big short: ASX falls first year in four, capped by Brexit loss - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

From oil shock to big short: ASX falls first year in four, capped by Brexit loss
The Australian Financial Review
Australian investors have suffered the most tumultuous year in the equity market since the global financial crisis, bearing the weight of a slowdown in China, the collapse in commodity prices, the Big Short against the banks and now the rush to make ...
Stocks end bad year on high noteThe Australian
ASX finishes sour financial year on a high noteThe Sydney Morning Herald
Leaner times lead to red inkCourier Mail
Motley Fool Australia -Business Insider Australia -The New Daily -The West Australian
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06/30/2016
Min wage rise, taxs cuts to take effect - SBS

Sky News Australia

Min wage rise, taxs cuts to take effect
SBS
A raft of changes ranging from tax breaks to family benefit cuts are coming into force on July 1. Source: AAP. 30 Jun 2016 - 4:48 PM UPDATED YESTERDAY 4:48 PM. Tweet. Minimum wage earners will have more money in their pocket and tax cuts will flow to ...
New financial year sees changeSky News Australia
More money in your pocket from todayNT News

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06/30/2016
Was Clive Palmer selling the press a PUP? - The Australian

The Australian

Was Clive Palmer selling the press a PUP?
The Australian
Clive Palmer would have to find at least $100 million in maintenance money, convince suppliers owed millions to trust him again and renegotiate fresh access to berths at Townsville's port to reopen his nickel refinery. The Palmer United Party leader ...
Palmer's nickel refinery may not be safe to re-openByron Shire News
Clive Palmer says he's back in the money. Bradley KanarisThe Australian Financial Review
Clive Palmer wants to reopen nickel refinery: reportThe Sydney Morning Herald
ABC Online -NEWS.com.au -Courier Mail -Sky News Australia
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06/30/2016
Banks' business lending slows down amid poll uncertainty - The Australian

The Australian

Banks' business lending slows down amid poll uncertainty
The Australian
A revival in lending to businesses stumbled in May as the federal election got under way, putting additional strain on bank lending growth amid the softening mortgage market. Monthly business credit growth more than halved in May to 0.3 per cent ...
Australia's big four banks win without even competingThe Sydney Morning Herald
House debt hits $1.5 trillionThe New Daily
NAB: No Australian income, no lendingYour Mortgage
Bloomberg -EconomyWatch.com -RTT News -Economic Calendar
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06/30/2016
Macquarie ends ASIC battle, vows to fix compliance issues - The Australian

The Australian

Macquarie ends ASIC battle, vows to fix compliance issues
The Australian
The corporate regulator has backed down from imposing new licence conditions on Macquarie Bank over its failure to handle client money properly after the financial group agreed to beef up compliance procedures. In the latest stoush between the ...
ASIC removes conditions from Macquarie's licenceInvestorDaily
Macquarie wriggles out of client money strifeBanking Day
Macquarie AFSL conditions removedMoney Management
SMSF Adviser -Exchange News Direct
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06/29/2016
Mystery of the missing Grange: $5 million wine collection feared stolen - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Mystery of the missing Grange: $5 million wine collection feared stolen
The Sydney Morning Herald
It's the mystery of the missing Grange - how $5 million worth of Australia's prestige wines has vanished without a trace amid the wreckage of a liquidated Hunter wine empire. It's the question former James Estate Wines boss David James can't answer as ...
$5m worth of vintage wine disappearsdailytelegraph.com.au
Search underway for missing Hunter Valley wine collections worth more than $5mABC Online
Wine collections worth more than $5m go missing in Hunter ValleyThe Guardian
NEWS.com.au -Yass Tribune -NSW Police Online (press release) -Daily Mail
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06/30/2016
Mayne Pharma shares soar after US drug deal - The Australian

The Australian

Mayne Pharma shares soar after US drug deal
The Australian
Mayne Pharma's big push into the US market through a $US652 million ($877m) deal has been cheered by investors, who sent its shares soaring after its placement to fund the acquisition was heavily oversubscribed. The Australian listed company's shares ...
Mayne knocking on the door of ASX100 inclusionThe Sydney Morning Herald
Why the Mayne Pharma Group share price is going gangbustersMotley Fool Australia
Mayne soars following US drug acquisitionsSky News Australia
Business Insider Australia -The Advertiser -SBS -NEWS.com.au
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06/30/2016
NAB adds instant replacement card feature to mobile payments app - Finextra

NAB adds instant replacement card feature to mobile payments app
Finextra
NAB customers can now continue using their personal Visa credit cards through NAB Pay within minutes of a replacement card being issued if their card has been lost or stolen. This new instant card feature means customers who have NAB Pay on their ...

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06/30/2016
Last-gasp rally can't hide a lacklustre year - The West Australian - The West Australian

The West Australian

Last-gasp rally can't hide a lacklustre year - The West Australian
The West Australian
A frantic sprint for the financial-year finish on the Australian sharemarket yesterday delivered a much needed boost to slim super fund pickings. Despite the late flourish, dividends were still needed to drag most super funds into the black after the S ...
Super growth funds set to break even in FY15-16SMSF Adviser

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