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01/16/2017
Rio Tinto steps up production as iron ore prices surge - ABC Online


ABC Online

Rio Tinto steps up production as iron ore prices surge
ABC Online
Surging iron ore prices and increased production have driven Rio Tinto's share price to an almost two-year high. Key points: Rio Tinto iron ore shipments rise 8pc over the quarter, 3pc over the year; Iron ore prices up 4pc yesterday to $US83.65/tonne ...
Rio Tinto lifts iron ore shipments 3pc, but copper falls shortThe Australian
Rio Tinto recoups lost ground in iron ore outputThe Sydney Morning Herald
Rio Tinto shipped less iron ore in 2016 than originally forecastThe Australian Financial Review
NEWS.com.au -Herald Sun -TheBull.com.au -Nasdaq
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01/15/2017
Fitch revises outlook for Australian banks to negative - The Sydney Morning Herald

Herald Sun

Fitch revises outlook for Australian banks to negative
The Sydney Morning Herald
Ratings agency Fitch has revised its outlook for the Australian banking sector to negative amid concerns about rising household debt and pressures on the banks' profits. The agency said its revised outlook reflected concerns about rising house prices, ...
Fitch Ratings turns negative on Australian banksThe Australian Financial Review
Fitch cuts Australian banking industry outlook to negativeThe Australian
Fitch downgrades Australia banking outlookNEWS.com.au
Business Insider Australia -Australian Broker -Bloomberg -InvestorDaily
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01/16/2017
BMW hits back at threat by Donald Trump to impose border taxes on carmaker - The Australian

The Australian

BMW hits back at threat by Donald Trump to impose border taxes on carmaker
The Australian
German politicians and industry leaders hit back at Donald Trump after his threat of border taxes on BMW sent shares diving. Mr Trump singled out the German company in a wideranging interview in The Times yesterday. He warned that it was in line for US ...
Markets Live: Bracing for hard BrexitThe Age
Trump Attacks BMW: Germany Responds To Tariff ThreatThe Inquisitr
Trump now threatening automakers in Canada and Germanykgw.com
Fortune -Press Herald -Reuters -SFGate
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01/16/2017
UK PM May to outline Brexit plans - Herald Sun

The Sun

UK PM May to outline Brexit plans
Herald Sun
Theresa May is to give further details of her plans for Brexit in a speech in which she will declare she doesn't want the UK left "half-in, half-out" of the European Union. Extracts released by Downing Street in advance of the much-awaited address are ...
European stocks retreat as pound tumbles on Brexit fearChannel NewsAsia

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01/16/2017
Skills shortage a bigger worry for CEOs than political upheaval: PwC - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Skills shortage a bigger worry for CEOs than political upheaval: PwC
The Sydney Morning Herald
The world's chief executives are more worried about finding workers with the right skills than they are about global political volatility and a surge in populism. That's the finding of accounting giant PwC's annual CEO survey, revealed at the Davos ...
Davos CEOs More Bullish In Short-Term, Politics Clouds FutureNDTV
Davos 2017: UK bosses optimistic despite Brexit fearsBBC News
For CEOs, globalization's thrill fadesUSA TODAY
The Guardian -Yahoo Finance -Fortune -Financial Times
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01/16/2017
Elizabeth Gaines and Holly Kramer resign from Nine Entertainment board - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Elizabeth Gaines and Holly Kramer resign from Nine Entertainment board
The Sydney Morning Herald
Non-executive directors Elizabeth Gaines and Holly Kramer will step down from the board of Nine Entertainment, the company announced to the market on Tuesday morning. This leaves just four board members - former Treasurer Peter Costello, former Nine ...
Fortescue picks new CFOThe Australian
Nine has lost Elizabeth Gaines and Holly Kramer from its board of directorsBusiness Insider Australia
Fortescue picks Elizabeth Gaines as CFOSBS
Australian Mining -The West Australian -B&T
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01/16/2017
Housing finance grows in November: loan numbers rise more than expected - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Housing finance grows in November: loan numbers rise more than expected
The Australian Financial Review
Thicker on the ground: First home buyers account for less of the mortgage market than they used to, but increased in November. Michele Ferguson. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Michael Bleby. Mortgage lending to investors jumped 4.9 per ...
Aust vehicle sales rise 0.3% in DecemberNEWS.com.au
Home loan approvals rise 0.9% in NovemberHerald Sun
Australia Home Loans Advance 0.9% In NovemberRTT News

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01/16/2017
Australia facing garlic bread shortage - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Australia facing garlic bread shortage
NEWS.com.au
GARLIC bread lovers across Australia will face a shortage of the popular dish after bits of plastic were found to have contaminated a major manufacturer's supply. George Weston Foods, which supplies garlic bread to Pizza Hut, Domino's, and a number of ...
Why you could find it hard to get garlic bread in BundyBundaberg News Mail
Read And Weep Folks, There's An Actual Nationwide Garlic Bread ShortageHuffington Post Australia
Fears of national garlic bread shortage as plastic foundDaily Mail
myGC.com.au
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01/16/2017
Pensioners and disabled next in line in Centrelink robo-debt campaign - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Pensioners and disabled next in line in Centrelink robo-debt campaign
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Coalition government is going to target more than 3 million of elderly and disabled Australians with its controversial Centrelink "robo-debt" campaign, Parliamentary documents show. The mid-year economic forecast tables published last week shows ...

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01/16/2017
Iron ore defies forecasts to hit highest price since September 2014 - The Australian

The Australian

Iron ore defies forecasts to hit highest price since September 2014
The Australian
The price of iron ore has struck a two-and-a-half-year high, continuing to defy pessimistic forecasts from analysts amid stockpiling in the lead-up to the quiet Lunar New Year holiday period. Numbers from The Steel Index show iron ore shot up 4.1 per ...
Iron ore goes berserk, soaring to a 2-year highBusiness Insider Australia
Iron ore price surges to highest since Sep 2014MINING.com
German Iron Ore imports declined 13% in SeptemberMetal.com News
Metalbulletin.com (subscription) -Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
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