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08/30/2016
Gerry Harvey banks on housing boom - NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Gerry Harvey banks on housing boom
NEWS.com.au
GERRY Harvey is a happy man today. Harvey Norman has credited a robust housing market with helping deliver a 30 per cent increase in full-year profit of $348.61 million for the year ended June 30, up from $268.10 million in the prior corresponding period.
Harvey Norman Holdings Limited shares go nuts on house price growthMotley Fool Australia
Property boom buoys Harvey NormanThe Australian
Harvey Norman profit gains 30 per cent on housing, gadgets demandThe Sydney Morning Herald
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08/30/2016
Banks face the winds of change - The Australian

The Australian

Banks face the winds of change
The Australian
Bill Shorten's call for a banking royal commission may not see the light of day, but he has sparked a string of initiatives from the Federal Government which in total may well achieve far more than a superfluous inquiry ever would. The latest was ...
Small businesses get 'bank inquiry'NEWS.com.au
Australia to Probe Big Banks' Small-Business Lending PracticesBloomberg

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08/30/2016
Record 7.2 million visitors to Australia - NEWS.com.au

Sky News Australia

Record 7.2 million visitors to Australia
NEWS.com.au
Australia's tourism industry is going gangbusters with a record 7.2 million international arrivals last financial year. There were record visitor arrivals from New Zealand, China, the United States, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia ...
Australia tourism hits record 7.2m visitorsSky News Australia
Australia receives 7.2 million visitors in last financial yearInternational Business Times AU

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08/30/2016
Markets Live: Harvey Norman hits record high - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Harvey Norman hits record high
The Sydney Morning Herald
Shares fall hard as miners take a hit following a drop in commodity prices overnight and Wall St slipped after a US Fed member talked rate rises again, while Bank of Queensland and Harvey Norman headline the final day of earnings season. Live updates.
Result wrap: Harvey Norman's record profit, Atlas in the red, Adelaide Brighton pays special dividendABC Online
Adelaide Brighton buoyed by strong east coast demandThe Australian Financial Review
$3M power spike — for one monthThe Advertiser
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08/30/2016
Australian stocks close slightly higher - The West Australian

The Australian

Australian stocks close slightly higher
The West Australian
The Australian share market lost steam throughout the afternoon session to close slightly higher as gains in health care, resource and banking stocks offset losses in Woolworths and Telstra. The benchmark S&P ASX/200 index closed 0.17 per cent higher ...
Stocks close in the blackThe Australian
Markets Live: Woolies erases surprise gainsThe Sydney Morning Herald
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08/30/2016
Wellard misses prospectus targets - NEWS.com.au

Business News

Wellard misses prospectus targets
NEWS.com.au
Live cattle exporter Wellard Group has missed its prospectus forecasts on revenue, profit and margins, booking a $23.3 million annual net loss instead of the forecast $9 million net profit. Stripping out share-based payments, transaction costs and ...
Wellard dumps dividend amid lower than forecast revenuesThe Australian
Questions around Wellard on $14.8m profitThe West Australian
Wellard releases FY 2016 resultsBeef Central
Herald Sun
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08/30/2016
Paul Keating: Australia lacks a foreign policy to negotiate the rise of China - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Paul Keating: Australia lacks a foreign policy to negotiate the rise of China
The Sydney Morning Herald
Paul Keating has accused Australia of lacking a foreign policy capable of negotiating the rise of China and the diminishing influence of the United States. "Australia needs a foreign policy, and it needs it urgently. Australia does not have a foreign ...
Paul Keating warns Australia to prepare for the 'rise of China'ABC Online
Paul Keating pushes for Australia to join ASEANThe Australian Financial Review
Paul Keating issues call for rethink of foreign policyThe Australian
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08/30/2016
ASX100 chief executives' pay shrinks to pre-2008 levels, report finds - The Guardian

The Guardian

ASX100 chief executives' pay shrinks to pre-2008 levels, report finds
The Guardian
ASX100 companies need to be more transparent about their bonus criteria and incentives, the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors says. Photograph: Daniel Munoz/Getty Images. Melissa Davey · @MelissaLDavey. Tuesday 30 August 2016 18.53 ...
More than nine out of 10 ASX100 chief executives got a bonus in 2015: ACSIThe Sydney Morning Herald
ACSI says CEOs get bonuses for doing their day jobThe Australian
Australian CEO pay packets fall but bonuses rise, new study findsABC Online
International Business Times AU -InvestorDaily
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08/30/2016
Ethical investment has 'come of age' - NEWS.com.au

TheBull.com.au

Ethical investment has 'come of age'
NEWS.com.au
Fund manager Australian Ethical says conscientious investing has "come of age" after a big lift in superannuation membership helped drive a 53 per cent rise in its annual profit. The ASX-listed company, which specialises in environmental and socially ...
Australian Ethical Investment Limited profit rockets, is it a buy?Motley Fool Australia
Australian Ethical reports strong full year results Net profit up 53%TheBull.com.au
Inflows and performance boost Australian Ethical profitsFinancial Standard

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08/30/2016
Apple's headache is the start of tax revenue wars - and Australia may join the fight - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Apple's headache is the start of tax revenue wars - and Australia may join the fight
The Sydney Morning Herald
Ireland gave undue tax benefits to Apple which Commissioner Margrethe Vestager says the tech giant now has to pay back. An era where governments - who have long enabled and assisted multinationals with special deals that allow them to legally pay less ...
Apple boss Tim Cook criticises EU's 13b euro tax ruling against the firmABC Online
EU's Apple tax ruling the tip of the icebergThe Australian Financial Review
Apple ordered to pay 13 billion euros after Ireland tax deal ruled invalidNEWS.com.au
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