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ASX to slip ahead of RBA minutes, Wall Street crawls to record high Australian shares are likely to fall at the open following a directionless, but record-breaking, session on Wall Street. Meanwhile, the Reserve Bank will provide more detail on why it cut Australia’s interest rates earlier this month. Posted: July 15, 2019 9:25 pm...
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Green shoots bring relief from a hard-fought battle in Perth's south — but it's far from over It has been more than two years since bulldozers tore through bush near the Beeliar Wetlands. But as politicians gear up for another battle over the contentious Roe 8 highway, those for and against the development are hopeful...
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WWII codebreaker Alan Turing to be the face of Britain's new 50-pound note The mathematician whose cracking of a Nazi code helped the Allies win WWII will be the face of Britain’s new 50-pound note — an honour starkly different to how he was treated in his lifetime as an openly gay man. Posted: July...
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Private healthcare facing 'death spiral' if young, healthy users abandon insurance Australia could soon find itself in a “death spiral”, where young and healthy people abandon private health cover, according to a bleak new report from the Grattan Institute. Posted: July 15, 2019 2:31 pm by ABC.net.au
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Cold showers, no heating: More older Australians struggling to cope with credit card debt “You’re not proud anymore,” says Manfred Kohl, who is in serious debt for the first time in his life. The 59-year-old started using a credit card and took out a personal loan when his partner fell ill. He now owes $48,000...
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Is the most telling sign of a recession here? This week, we are getting a little technical. There are things happening in the US Treasury bond market that Aussie investors need to pay attention to. Why? The traditional indicator of an impending US recession has done something unusual. That is, rather than just signalling that...
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If everything is going up… The good news is, financial markets are booming. The prices of bonds, stocks, gold and everything else you can find quoted on an exchange are rising. The bad news is, what does that actually mean? If everything is going up, is anything really going up at all? The brokers and...
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It’s who you know… The Bretton Woods 75th anniversary is just around the corner… Russia is buying gold on the cheap… Probably one of the best copper-gold deposits is opening up in Alaska right now…and if it wasn’t for an Aussie company, we might have never heard about it. Oh, and 1,400 is the new...
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Aussies suffer from China’s ‘debt iceberg’ There are some things you just don’t say out loud in Australia. You don’t criticise John Farnham. You never admit you don’t like Vegemite. You never ask for VB beer at a bar (but you drink it secretly at home). And you never talk about how your wealth is...
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‘Short Australia’, says this investor ‘Short Australia.’ That was Grant Williams’ conclusion back in May this year, after the global investment adviser wrote about the Australian economy in his flagship newsletter, Things That Make You Go Hmmm. You see, Australia’s 28-year recession-free run is a global anomaly. In fact, only Japan beats us, going 32...
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