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01/23/2017
BHP Billiton and Vale's troubled Samarco venture hit with class action from noteholders - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

BHP Billiton and Vale's troubled Samarco venture hit with class action from noteholders
The Sydney Morning Herald
BHP Billiton and its partner in the troubled Samarco mine venture, Vale, are facing a fight with its bankers after a class action was filed in New York on behalf of the holders of $2.2 billion in notes used to fund the disastrous project. Brazilian ...
Brazilian miner Vale's stock rally far from over: Itaú BBAReuters
Vale sails onMining Journal (subscription)

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01/23/2017
Liverpool, Werribee: top suburbs for business registration in 2016 revealed - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Liverpool, Werribee: top suburbs for business registration in 2016 revealed
The Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney and Melbourne CBDs are losing ground to the outer suburbs when it comes to commerce. Bhakthi Puvanenthiran · Contact via Email. 19 reading now; Show comments. facebook SHARE · twitter TWEET · email · google-plus · linkedin · reddit; More.

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01/23/2017
Banks can maintain dividends despite headwinds: AFIC - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Banks can maintain dividends despite headwinds: AFIC
The Sydney Morning Herald
Bank shareholders can look forward to strong dividends this year despites the pressures on the sector from lacklustre credit growth and stiff competition. That's the view of one of Australia's largest bank investors, the Australian Foundation ...
AFIC boss Ross Barker warns shares face 'pullback'The Australian
Trump's tax plan to hit AustraliaCourier Mail
Dividend declines eat into AFIC half-yearNEWS.com.au
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01/23/2017
Bermuda - the world's former 'No.1 tax haven' - joins fight against multinationals - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Bermuda - the world's former 'No.1 tax haven' - joins fight against multinationals
The Sydney Morning Herald
Bermuda – the world's former "top tax haven" – has joined the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's fight against multinational profit shifting. Bermuda disputes it is a tax haven despite companies such as Apple and Google in the past ...

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01/23/2017
Bellamy's faces two class actions as Jan Cameron steps up attack - The Australian

The Australian

Bellamy's faces two class actions as Jan Cameron steps up attack
The Australian
Dissident Bellamy's shareholder Jan Cameron has stepped up her attack against the company's chairman Rob Woolley by claiming her offer to lend the company $20 million to help cope with its financial woes had only come after a request from Mr Woolley.
Law firms get funds for Bellamy's action as Jan Cameron shrugs off ASICThe Australian Financial Review
Bellamy's woes deepen as second class action launchedThe Sydney Morning Herald
Bellamy's facing second legal action by disgruntled shareholdersABC Online
NEWS.com.au -Courier Mail -Business Insider Australia
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01/23/2017
retailers to take it to the world - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

retailers to take it to the world
Herald Sun
A SMALL but growing band of Australian retailers is tipped to seek out new pastures overseas as the sector comes under mounting pressure from foreign interlopers. The retail sector will face another challenging year and the influx of foreign retailers ...
More foreign brands expected Down UnderSBS

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01/23/2017
Deutsche says up, Brambles and Tom Gorman go down - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Deutsche says up, Brambles and Tom Gorman go down
The Australian Financial Review
Think we better pass the hat around for Deutsche analyst Cameron McDonald who maintained a bullish buy recommendation on Brambles stock in a research note issued on Friday. "We believe that if the company strategy remains intact then the stock should ...
Tom Gorman of Brambles carrying the palletsThe Australian
Departing Brambles chief Tom Gorman 'embarrassed' by profit warningHerald Sun
Brambles shares plunge 16% on downgradeNEWS.com.au
Finance News Network -Money Morning Australia -Business Insider Australia -TheBull.com.au
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01/23/2017
Possible Reasons Why Donald Trump Won't Release His Taxes Even Though He 'Promised' -- But Do Americans ... - The Inquisitr

The Inquisitr

Possible Reasons Why Donald Trump Won't Release His Taxes Even Though He 'Promised' -- But Do Americans ...
The Inquisitr
A top aide to the president said on Sunday that Donald Trump will not release his taxes, even though he allegedly promised that he would. The media is now heavily criticizing Donald Trump for refusing to release his tax returns. WikiLeaks even ...
Delusions Or Deceptions? White House 'Alternative Facts' Rile PressNPR
May to discuss how to boost US-UK migration with Trump, say sourcesThe Guardian
Op-Ed: If Trump wants to accomplish anything as president, here's what he needs to knowCNBC
Vanity Fair -Washington Post -SFGate -Telegraph.co.uk
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01/22/2017
Markets Live: Trump slump on day one - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Trump slump on day one
The Sydney Morning Herald
Sell the fact? The ASX slides to a one-month low on the first local trading day following Donald Trump's inauguration, led by a steep plunge in Brambles, while energy shares and gold miners are among the few defying the selloff. </p>. Photo: Daniel Munoz.
Markets to keep close eye on TrumpNEWS.com.au
The illusions driving up US asset pricesThe Australian Financial Review
$US falls, stocks climb after inaugurationTheBull.com.au
Wealth Briefing (subscription) -Forex Factory -Sputnik International
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01/23/2017
Employers concerned that workers will take a sickie on Friday - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Employers concerned that workers will take a sickie on Friday
The Sydney Morning Herald
More Australians than usual are expected to be ill on Friday after celebrating Australia Day, prompting employer groups to plead that workers take annual leave instead of a sickie, while unions say there are bigger issues to worry about. Paul Dundon ...
The $50m post-Aussie Day sickiedailytelegraph.com.au
If you want Friday off, make it legitNEWS.com.au
Workers encouraged to take Friday offThe Advertiser
Herald Sun -The West Australian -Yahoo7 News -9news.com.au
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