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12/05/2016
CKI's DUET bid triggers rethink of infrastructure values - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

CKI's DUET bid triggers rethink of infrastructure values
The Australian Financial Review
Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing's $7.3 billion cash bid for DUET Group throws a spanner in the works of the generally accepted view that higher bond yields must spell the death of heady valuations for listed infrastructure stocks. Cheung Kong ...
Cheung Kong Infrastructure may need local partner to win DUET Group: analystsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's DUET shares surge 20% on Li Ka-shing offerFinancial Times
Hong Kong's Li offers $5.4b for Australia firmgulfnews.com
South China Morning Post -Reuters -Fortune -BBC News
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12/04/2016
'Dismayed' Tony Abbott slams Turnbull government for axing Green Army - The Sydney Morning Herald

ABC Online

'Dismayed' Tony Abbott slams Turnbull government for axing Green Army
The Sydney Morning Herald
Former prime minister Tony Abbott has slammed the federal government's plans to axe the Green Army environmental program, suggesting Malcolm Turnbull is caving in to the Greens. Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg all but confirmed ...
Tony Abbott's Green Army set to be scrapped by Malcolm TurnbullHerald Sun
Abbott heats up over scrapped Green ArmyPerth Now
Abbott 'dismayed' by report of end of his Green ArmyThe Conversation AU
The Australian -The New Daily -ABC Online -Queensland Country Life
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12/05/2016
Italy's PM to resign after referendum rout - NEWS.com.au

Italy's PM to resign after referendum rout
NEWS.com.au
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is set to resign after suffering a crushing defeat on Sunday in a referendum on constitutional reform, tipping the euro zone's third-largest economy into political turmoil. His decision to quit after just two and a ...

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12/05/2016
CBA's financial planning compensation bill rises as new victims emerge - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

CBA's financial planning compensation bill rises as new victims emerge
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Commonwealth Bank has been forced to pay a further $4.96 million in compensation to victims of bad financial advice as a result of being slapped with licence conditions by the corporate regulator. A report released by the Australian Securities and ...
Commonwealth Bank pays extra $5m in compensation for poor adviceThe Australian
CBA misses some deadlines in advice compensation processMoney Management
CBA licensees fall short in compensation processifa

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12/05/2016
Italy 'no' vote spooks ASX - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Italy 'no' vote spooks ASX
The Sydney Morning Herald
An onslaught of news saw the benchmark index start the week on the back foot, as investors digested mixed economic data, negative sentiment in Europe and a surprise resignation in New Zealand. Shares around the region were sold off as Italian Prime ...
S&P/ASX 200 falls despite DUET Group takeoverMotley Fool Australia
ASX finish lower led by bank sell-offYahoo7 News
Aus shares close 0.8% lowerFinance News Network
Investing.com
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12/04/2016
The interest rate party is over, and the only way is up - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

The interest rate party is over, and the only way is up
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian banks are drawing a line in the sand. Interest rates on mortgages are going up – by stealth. And there will be flow-on effect to the residential property market and temper the rate of growth in Sydney and Melbourne. On Monday Westpac ...
Home loan borrowers left in limbo on whether to fix their mortgageHerald Sun
NAB and Westpac move on mortgage ratesThe Australian
CBA, NAB, Westpac turning up heat on property buyersThe Australian Financial Review
PYMNTS.com -NEWS.com.au -The Guardian -International Business Times AU
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12/04/2016
Home prices and clearance rates hold firm - The Australian

Herald Sun

Home prices and clearance rates hold firm
The Australian
Housing auction clearance rates have held firm, bucking the normal seasonal pattern, with capital city prices unchanged last week and up 9.2 per cent from a year ago. The average clearance rate - the proportion of auctions ending with a sale - rose to ...
Auction clearance rates: A tale of two citiesMotley Fool Australia
Hot summer start for Melbourne's property auction marketDomain News
Capital city dwelling values rose slightly in NovemberYour Investment Property
MacroBusiness (blog)
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12/04/2016
China changes end Murray Goulburn plans - NEWS.com.au

Marea Informative

China changes end Murray Goulburn plans
NEWS.com.au
Dairy processor Murray Goulburn has dropped plans for a new infant formula supply partnership after changes to Chinese import regulations rendered the strategy unviable. Australia's biggest dairy processor announced on Monday that it and US-based ...
MG terminates Mead Johnson allianceThe Australian
MG-Mead deal falls overThe Australian Dairyfarmer
Murray Goulburn: Supply negotiations with Mead Johnson Nutrition terminatedWeekly Times Now
FOOD Magazine - Australia -Zacks.com -DailyQuint -The Cerbat Gem
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12/05/2016
Euro Falls After Italy Says No to Changes Seen as Vital for Growth - New York Times

New York Times

Euro Falls After Italy Says No to Changes Seen as Vital for Growth
New York Times
A foreign exchange trading company in Tokyo on Monday. The Nikkei 225 Index in Japan fell 0.9 percent after Italy's vote. Credit Toru Hanai/Reuters. FRANKFURT — The euro fell against the dollar and bonds across the Continent fell on Monday, after ...
Top 5 Things to Know In the Market on MondayInvesting.com
Factbox: Trouble spots in Italy's banking system after Sunday's voteReuters

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12/05/2016
Professionals lose the most in superannuation rip-off - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Professionals lose the most in superannuation rip-off
The Australian Financial Review
Employees categorised as managers and professionals are worst affected by a $1 billion loophole that allows employers to use salary sacrificed contributions to reduce their own liabilities, Industry Super Australia says. New figures show that of the 1 ...
Over 2 million Australians 'short-changed' by employers on superSBS
What to do if your super has not been paidThe Australian
Salary sacrifice: the super benefit your boss doesn't have to payThe New Daily
SmartCompany.com.au -The Sydney Morning Herald -ABC Local -ABC Online
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