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01/24/2017
Malcolm Turnbull opens door to China to join TPP after Donald Trump pulls out - The Australian


The Australian

Malcolm Turnbull opens door to China to join TPP after Donald Trump pulls out
The Australian
Australia and other countries are scrambling to salvage the controversial Trans- Pacific Partnership trade deal as Donald Trump's administration applauds America's exit, AAP reports. The US president withdrew the US from the deal using an executive ...
Trade wars: Malcolm Turnbull lines up 'gutless' Bill Shorten over TPP retreatThe Sydney Morning Herald
Trump spoils the TPP party but trade is not deadThe Australian Financial Review
TPP: Government scrambles to salvage Trans-Pacific Partnership after Donald Trump pulls US outABC Online
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01/24/2017
Origin Energy denies cover-up after accusation in explosive lawsuit - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Origin Energy denies cover-up after accusation in explosive lawsuit
The Sydney Morning Herald
A whistleblower at Origin Energy has filed an explosive legal action that alleges the company's former chief executive and current president of the Business Council of Australia Grant King engaged in a massive cover-up at the energy giant. The 66-page ...

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01/24/2017
Rio Tinto sells thermal coal assets to Yancoal - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Rio Tinto sells thermal coal assets to Yancoal
The Australian Financial Review
The coal sector has been a hotbed of M&A activity in recent years. Glenn Hunt. by; Peter Ker · Matthew Stevens. Rio Tinto has agreed to sell two major Australian coal mining assets to Chinese controlled miner Yancoal for $US2.45 billion ($3.2 billion ...
Rio Tinto's Hunter Valley coal operations believed sold to China's YancoalThe Australian
Rio Tinto raises $US2.5 billion from sale of NSW coal assets to Yancoal AustraliaBrisbane Times
Rio Sells Australia Coal Unit to Yancoal for $2.45 BillionBloomberg
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01/23/2017
CIMIC launches hostile bid for Macmahon - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

CIMIC launches hostile bid for Macmahon
The Australian Financial Review
Construction group CIMIC has continued a spree of hostile bids by leveraging its long-standing 20 per cent stake in mining contractor Macmahon Holdings to lob a $174 million takeover offer for the company. The Spanish-owned construction group caught ...
CIMIC lobs unconditional $174m bid for Macmahon HoldingsThe Australian
Forager undecided on CIMIC Macmahon bidNEWS.com.au
CIMIC launches Macmahon takeover bidSBS
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01/24/2017
Hunter Hall fund rebuffs Geoff Wilson's call for buy-out - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Hunter Hall fund rebuffs Geoff Wilson's call for buy-out
The Sydney Morning Herald
Fund manager Geoff Wilson's call for Hunter Hall Global Value to allow all investors to sell out of the fund at the asset value of the shares has been rebuffed, which threatens to spark a joust for control of the fund. Mr Wilson has previously ...
Hunter Hall lashes Geoff Wilson over buyback proposalThe Australian
HHV board rebuffs Geoff Wilson letterMoney Management

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01/24/2017
BlueScope Steel shares surge on surprise profit upgrade - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

BlueScope Steel shares surge on surprise profit upgrade
The Sydney Morning Herald
The trifecta of tax breaks, pay freezes and strong steel prices all combined to enable Bluescope to surprise investors with a forecast of better than expected earnings which sparked a surge in its share price on Tuesday as analysts upgraded their ...
Updgrade takes BlueScope to six-year highThe Australian
BlueScope Steel delivers another profit upgradeThe Australian Financial Review
BlueScope has smashed its profit forecasts on rising steel pricesBusiness Insider Australia
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01/24/2017
Breaker expands Bombora gold discovery - NEWS.com.au

The West Australian

Breaker expands Bombora gold discovery
NEWS.com.au
Breaker Resources said further high grade gold intercepts from ongoing RC drilling at its Bombora gold discovery at Lake Roe show continuity and scale of the find. New 1m sample assay results from the same area have materially upgraded several ...
Breaker Resources NL confirms scale and continuity of Lake Roe gold discoveryProactive Investors Australia
Breaker still bullish on Lake Roe gold discoveryThe West Australian
Breaker starts diamond rig drillingMiningNews.net (subscription)

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01/24/2017
Why I don't invest in the top 10 ASX stocks - Motley Fool Australia

Why I don't invest in the top 10 ASX stocks
Motley Fool Australia
For various general and specific reasons I do not invest in any of these companies. General reasons. Competition between investors is fiercest at the large end of the market because these opportunities are available to all. As you go down the list, the ...

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01/23/2017
Former Bellamy's CEO McBain quits board - NEWS.com.au

Courier Mail

Former Bellamy's CEO McBain quits board
NEWS.com.au
Laura McBain has quit as a director of beleaguered infant formula maker Bellamy's, 13 days after stepping down as chief executive. Ms McBain's departure comes with Bellamy's facing two class actions over alleged breaches of its corporate disclosure ...
Bellamy's ex-CEO Laura McBain resigns as directorThe Australian Financial Review
Stocks to watchThe Advertiser

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01/23/2017
Foreign investment in Australia's housing market is increasing again - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Foreign investment in Australia's housing market is increasing again
Business Insider Australia
The proportion of Australian homes sold to foreign investors last quarter increased for the first time since 2015, according to the latest residential property survey released by the National Australia Bank (NAB) on Tuesday. Most of the buying was ...
Civil, Transport Engineers in Good DemandSourceable

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