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02/22/2018
Woolworths half-year net profit soars 38pc - The Australian


The Australian

Woolworths half-year net profit soars 38pc
The Australian
Woolworths chief executive Brad Banducci believes the nation's $90 billion grocery sector remains “unbelievably competitive” as key rivals such as Coles and Aldi help force prices down. But he says the supermarket giant (WOW) will meet that challenge ...
Woolworths interim profit jumps 15pc to $902m as food sales, margins reboundThe Australian Financial Review
Woolworths first-half profit surges 38pc to $969mABC Online
Woolworths H1 profit soars to $969 million, beating ColesHerald Sun
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02/22/2018
CBA pushes back against AUSTRAC, rejecting bulk of fresh money-laundering allegations - ABC Online

ABC Online

CBA pushes back against AUSTRAC, rejecting bulk of fresh money-laundering allegations
ABC Online
The Commonwealth Bank has fired back at Australia's financial intelligence agency AUSTRAC, rejecting the bulk of fresh allegations made over breaches of money laundering and anti-terrorism funding laws. The CBA lodged its response in the Federal Court ...
CBA denies most of Austrac's latest claims, rejects shareholder actionThe Sydney Morning Herald
Commonwealth Bank denies bulk of amended Austrac allegations, refutes basis for class actionThe Australian
CBA rejects additional AUSTRAC allegationsThe Australian Financial Review
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02/22/2018
Qantas backs Turnbull Government's business tax plan following record results - The Australian

The Australian

Qantas backs Turnbull Government's business tax plan following record results
The Australian
The Turnbull Government has joined forces with Qantas to argue the case for its business tax cuts, after the airline posted its best result in its 98-year-history. The national carrier yesterday posted a $976 million half-year profit, moving it closer ...
Qantas flights 'traumatised me'NEWS.com.au
Qantas set to pay tax again after strong resultThe Australian Financial Review
Resurgent Qantas plans for new airline class — it's own pilot schoolHerald Sun
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02/22/2018
In one tweet, Kylie Jenner wiped out $1.7 billion of Snap's value - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

In one tweet, Kylie Jenner wiped out $1.7 billion of Snap's value
The Sydney Morning Herald
Snap Inc.'s flagship platform has lost some lustre, at least according to one social-media influencer in the Kardashian-Jenner clan. The Snapchat parent's shares sank as much as 7.2 per cent Thursday, wiping out $US1.3 billion ($1.7 billion) in market ...
Kylie Jenner's Snapchat tweet hits Snap stockThe Australian
Why Kylie Jenner May Be to Blame for Snap's Recent $1 Billion Loss in ValueFortune
Kylie Jenner just wiped $1.7 billion off Snap's market cap, and the worst isn't over for the stockCNBC
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02/22/2018
Markets Live: Miners haul ASX higher - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Miners haul ASX higher
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian shares are higher, with the ASX up 37 points as miners make headway. Platinum shares slide and Woolworths also loses ground. Live updates. Sort posts by. Newest, Oldest. 12:34pm. ASX. The ASX traded firmly higher at lunchtime, as miners ...

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02/22/2018
Southern Cross falls as 2DayFm struggles - The Australian

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Southern Cross falls as 2DayFm struggles
The Australian
Shares in Southern Cross Austereo have plummeted after the company posted a more than 21 per cent fall in first-half profit, as the media group signalled more changes were needed at its struggling 2Day FM breakfast show. The company, which operates the ...
Digital radio 'coming of age' as Southern Cross Austereo profits fallThe Sydney Morning Herald
'Years of heavy lifting' hits Southern Cross Austereo, profit drops 21%AdNews
SCA's profit falls 21% after 'under-performance' of 2Day FM breakfastMuMbrella

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02/22/2018
Yes RBA, you did inflate housing bubble - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Yes RBA, you did inflate housing bubble
The Australian Financial Review
RBA Governor Philip Lowe claims the bursting of the bubble in September 2017 was not really attributable to the 40 basis point increase in investment loan rates. Christopher Joye AFR Woodcut. Share on twitter. by Christopher Joye. For years the Reserve ...

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02/22/2018
Local councils in Victoria get $13m for recycling collection to help deal with China waste ban - ABC Online

ABC Online

Local councils in Victoria get $13m for recycling collection to help deal with China waste ban
ABC Online
Local councils affected by China's ban on importing recyclable waste have been given a short-term reprieve, with the Victorian Government chipping in $13 million to help them manage their rubbish. Last year China announced it would stop taking what it ...
Recycling mess could spark Vic rate riseYahoo7 News

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02/22/2018
ACCC urges Aussies to 'fight back' against rising petrol prices - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

ACCC urges Aussies to 'fight back' against rising petrol prices
The Sydney Morning Herald
Petrol prices have hit their highest point in two years and it is time for Australians to fight back, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says. In its latest quarterly petrol report, the ACCC found that average petrol prices in Australia ...
Petrol prices hit three-year high: ACCCSBS
ACCC report shows fuel prices have gone upfinder.com.au
Petrol price gouging at an all-time highRACQ Live
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02/22/2018
Global property giant Ray White's journey started in a humble tin shed in Queensland - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Global property giant Ray White's journey started in a humble tin shed in Queensland
Courier Mail
THE Ray White name these days is used to sell everything from Hamilton mansions to Gold Coast luxury yachts. But when the original Ray White first hung out his shingle in the Queensland town of Crows Nest in 1902, pigs and farm equipment were the most ...

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