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03/24/2017
Interest rate hikes to hit budget as negative gearing bites - The Australian


The Australian

Interest rate hikes to hit budget as negative gearing bites
The Australian
The latest round of bank rate hikes for property investors is set to deliver a $500 million hit to the federal budget under negative gearing rules that allow interest charges to be clawed back through the tax system. With the nation's big four banks ...
CBA follows ANZ, Westpac to hike ratesThe Sydney Morning Herald
CBA, ANZ, St George join rush to raise home loan interest ratesABC Online
CBA jacks up rates for investor and interest-only home loansThe Australian Financial Review
NEWS.com.au -Herald Sun -dailytelegraph.com.au -The Adviser
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03/24/2017
How to avoid the April 1 health fund premium rise - The Advertiser

The Advertiser

How to avoid the April 1 health fund premium rise
The Advertiser
CHANGING your health insurer every year has emerged as a key strategy to deal with repeated premium rises of over three times the inflation rate. Families who make the move can save up to $700 off the cost of a family policy. The reason is that some ...
New report reveals which health funds have won and lost customersThe Sydney Morning Herald
The biggest problems with health insuranceStarts at 60

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03/24/2017
Fair Work 'cannot ease penalty-rate impact' - The Australian

The Australian

Fair Work 'cannot ease penalty-rate impact'
The Australian
The Turnbull government says the Fair Work Commission has no legal power to reduce the impact of Sunday penalty-rate cuts through take-home pay orders, and refuses to express support for phasing in the reductions. As employers called for the cuts to be ...
Workers await rollout of penalty rate cutsSBS
Penalty rates: Launch of hair stylist union to cause headaches for Turnbull GovernmentCourier Mail
Turnbull offers no relief on penalty cutSky News Australia
The New Daily -The Australian Financial Review -ABC Online -ACTU (press release)
all 13 news articles »


03/24/2017
Allan Gray says Downer EDI should 'walk away' from Spotless as shares tumble - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Allan Gray says Downer EDI should 'walk away' from Spotless as shares tumble
The Australian Financial Review
Downer EDI chief executive Grant Fenn has insisted the $1.2 billion takeover of Spotless will be "great" for investors despite a 21 per cent slump in the contractor's share price and calls by Allan Gray to "walk away" from the proposed transaction. "We ...
$1bn knock on Downer as shareholders shun Spotless dealThe Australian
Markets Live: Strong end to tough weekThe Sydney Morning Herald
ASX review on Friday: 9 shares you should have been watchingMotley Fool Australia
Money Morning Australia -Business Insider Australia -Scoop.co.nz (press release) -Barron's (blog)
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03/24/2017
Theranos offers extra shares in exchange for pledge not to sue - The Australian

The Australian

Theranos offers extra shares in exchange for pledge not to sue
The Australian
Theranos plans to give additional shares to investors who pledge not to sue the battered blood-testing company or Elizabeth Holmes, its founder and chief executive, sources said. The deal includes investors who participated in Theranos's latest funding ...
Theranos offers shares to investors who promise not to sueNew Zealand Herald
Rupert Murdoch reportedly shed $125M Theranos stake for $1Silicon Valley Business Journal
Theranos Offers Shares to Investors--Only If They Promise Not to SueInc.com
SiliconBeat -Business Insider -TechCrunch -CNBC
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03/24/2017
Coalition MPs blast Abbott 'power play' over Hazelwood bailout - The Australian

The Australian

Coalition MPs blast Abbott 'power play' over Hazelwood bailout
The Australian
Coalition MPs have slammed Tony Abbott for proposing a federal government bailout of the Hazelwood power station, as Malcolm Turnbull moves to assure voters its closure will not increase the risk of blackouts next summer. With the coal-fired generator ...
Budget plan will test Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's recovery bidHerald Sun
Hazelwood won't be the last of Latrobe Valley's coal-fired power stations to closeABC Online
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull rejects calls from Tony Abbott to keep Hazelwood openNEWS.com.au
The Sydney Morning Herald -The Australian Financial Review -The Canberra Times -9news.com.au
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03/24/2017
Exporter sweats over gas prices as locals lose out to export customers - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Exporter sweats over gas prices as locals lose out to export customers
The Australian Financial Review
Grant Crothers, CEO of Burra Foods Australia: 'The whole energy landscape is a headwind the industry doesn't need.' Trevor Foon. Angela Macdonald-Smith. Share on twitter. by Angela Macdonald-Smith. With a gas and power bill that has more than ...
Shell boss Andrew Smith hands over to Zoe YujnovichThe Australian
Gas fear for state industryHerald Sun
Australian LNG projects pledge investment in new fieldsUpstream Online

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03/24/2017
West loses big in GST handout as mining-shy Victoria is rewarded - The Australian

The Australian

West loses big in GST handout as mining-shy Victoria is rewarded
The Australian
Western Australia will get less GST revenue than Tasmania or the Northern Territory this year, with the Commonwealth Grants Commission giving Australia's largest state barely one-third of its per capita share. Victoria has emerged as the big winner ...
New WA Government, old GST fight as odds stacked against Ben WyattABC Online
WA's new GST share abysmal: treasurerNEWS.com.au
WA's GST share sinks to just 34cPerth Now
The Advertiser -WAtoday -The Mercury -The West Australian
all 13 news articles »


03/24/2017
Don't buy into the 'money illusion': Here's what's happening to real wages - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Don't buy into the 'money illusion': Here's what's happening to real wages
The Sydney Morning Herald
Economists may not be much chop at forecasting how fast the economy will grow in the next year or two, but that doesn't mean they haven't learnt a few things about how economies work that the rest of us could benefit from knowing. It helps us get a ...
Why Americans' wage growth is so sluggishCBS News

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03/24/2017
Free Wi-Fi and meditation proposed as airlines adjust to laptop ban - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Free Wi-Fi and meditation proposed as airlines adjust to laptop ban
The Sydney Morning Herald
Istanbul: Turkish and Gulf airlines are touting free Wi-Fi and better in-flight connectivity for smartphones as they scramble to mitigate the impact of a ban on laptops on board planes bound for the United States. The cabin restrictions could deal a ...
The Electronics Ban Could Go Global. Here's How Emirates Is Dealing With It.BuzzFeed News
Laptop ban: What it's going to cost youCNN
US senators accuse Gulf carriers of flying 'nonviable' US routesATWOnline
Daily Sabah -Irish Times -Top Tech News -Yahoo7 News
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