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07/23/2017
Pace of growth in Sydney, Melbourne housing markets slows - The Australian


The Australian

Pace of growth in Sydney, Melbourne housing markets slows
The Australian
Sydney's housing market is continuing to slow with the monthly growth in the price of a home down one percentage point, latest auction figures show. The Harbour City's home prices were flat in the week to July 23, but over the month the growth in ...
Australian house prices have steadied, and auction clearance rates are climbing backBusiness Insider Australia
Sydney housing continues to slowSBS
Tullamarine, Melton South our most successful auction 'burbsThe Weekly Times

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07/23/2017
Two car makers admit dodgy airbags refit - The Australian

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Two car makers admit dodgy airbags refit
The Australian
Car makers Toyota and Lexus have admitted to refitting cars in Australia with the same brand of potentially faulty airbags at the centre of a massive global safety recall. The competition watchdog has launched an investigation after consumer group ...
Takata airbag linked to Australian deathCarsGuide
Faulty airbags: Is your car affected by the Takata recall?SBS
Killer tech: Choice warns car companies caught refitting lethal airbagsiTWire
Drive -Toowoomba Chronicle -Ten Eyewitness News -BBC News
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07/23/2017
IMF sees US fading as growth engine - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

IMF sees US fading as growth engine
The Sydney Morning Herald
The world is leaning less on its biggest economy to sustain the global recovery, according to the International Monetary Fund. Play Video. Play. Unmute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%. Stream TypeLIVE. Remaining Time ...
International Monetary Fund sees faster world growth, cautions on asset pricesThe Australian Financial Review
IMF downgrades US and UK growthBBC News
IMF: The rest of the world is picking up the economic slack as US looks weakerCNBC
SBS -Financial Times -Reuters -Daily Mail
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07/23/2017
Heinz in court over Shredz snack food marketing - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Heinz in court over Shredz snack food marketing
Herald Sun
FOOD giant Heinz marketed a snack food as nutritious for young children but a nutritionist would call it confectionery, the Federal Court has been told. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has opened court action against H.J. Heinz ...
Food giant Heinz taken to Federal Court sitting in Adelaide by ACCC over 'nutritious' children's snackThe Advertiser
ACCC and Heinz in court over “Shredz” claims … State economic rankings revealed … Donut King heads to ScandinaviaSmartCompany.com.au
Heinz taken to court over claims its 'healthy' fruit snacks contained more than 60 per cent sugarDaily Mail
ABC Online
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07/23/2017
Is this as good as it gets for the Aussie dollar? - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Is this as good as it gets for the Aussie dollar?
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian dollar is holding near two-year highs despite the Reserve Bank cooling speculation of an impending rate hike, but a jump above the US80¢ hurdle is looking more elusive. The currency had rallied 5 per cent over the past two weeks, with ...
Stephen Bartholomeusz: In search of the 'new normal'The Australian
ASX set to open lower amid high $A as consumer price index and rate changes loomThe Australian Financial Review
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningBusiness Insider Australia
Reuters -FN Arena News -ABC Online -MarketPulse (blog)
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07/23/2017
WA economy worst in nation, CommSec report finds, but mining prices improving - ABC Online

ABC Online

WA economy worst in nation, CommSec report finds, but mining prices improving
ABC Online
Western Australia continues to have the worst performing economy in the nation, a report released today has found. However, the report found the state is benefiting from improved mining and metal prices and solid export volumes. CommSec's State of the ...
Population growth has helped make NSW and Victoria Australia's strongest economiesBusiness Insider Australia
WA still the worst performing economy around the country, report showsWAtoday
Bank tax won't hurt business investment-SA9news.com.au
The Advocate -dailytelegraph.com.au -Xinhua -InDaily
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07/23/2017
Why these 4 ASX shares have started the week with solid gains - Motley Fool Australia

Why these 4 ASX shares have started the week with solid gains
Motley Fool Australia
It has been a disappointing start to the week for the S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO). In afternoon trade almost all sectors are in the red, dragging the benchmark index down 1% to 5,665 points. Four shares which have managed to defy the market ...

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07/23/2017
Government-required insurance sounded so good. But not for apathetic Aussies - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Government-required insurance sounded so good. But not for apathetic Aussies
The Sydney Morning Herald
Today, I want to talk about the most ignored and, arguably, most vital piece of your financial security puzzle: risk insurance. The good news is you probably have it even if you don't realise it. But it's downhill from there. A few years ago, the ...
Super overhaul by Federal Government aims to cut fees and chargesABC Online
Reform to cut super fund insurance policiesThe Australian
Government flags changes to superannuationSBS
Investment Magazine
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07/23/2017
Murray Goulburn faces slump in milk intake - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Murray Goulburn faces slump in milk intake
The Australian Financial Review
Beleaguered dairy group Murray Goulburn's decision to reverse its cut to farmgate milk prices appears to have done little to stem the tie of supplier defections, with the company revealing on Monday its milk intake for the 2018 financial year will be ...
Thirsty times for Murray Goulburn as glass sinks closer to half-emptyThe Australian
Murray Goulburn shares are getting hammeredBusiness Insider Australia
Kiewa Country Milk; the past, the present and the futureThe Border Mail
The Weekly Times
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07/23/2017
Murray-Darling Basin Plan: Taxpayer-purchased water intended for rivers harvested by irrigators - ABC Online

ABC Online

Murray-Darling Basin Plan: Taxpayer-purchased water intended for rivers harvested by irrigators
ABC Online
Billions of litres of water purchased by taxpayers to save Australia's inland rivers are instead being harvested by some irrigators to boost cotton-growing operations, in a policy failure that threatens to undermine the $13 billion Murray-Darling Basin ...
Irrigators harvest taxpayer-bought water from Barwon-Darling, could undermine Murray-Darling Basin PlanThe Northern Daily Leader
Murray-Darling Basin Plan 'Voided' By IrrigatorsAussie Network News

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