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07/15/2018
Elon Musk has gone full Donald Trump with his latest Twitter outburst - NEWS.com.au


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07/15/2018
Dodgy company 'phoenixing' is costing Australia up to $5 billion a year - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Dodgy company 'phoenixing' is costing Australia up to $5 billion a year
Business Insider Australia
A study by PwC shows illegal phoenix activity is costing Australia up to $5 billion a year. The Federal Government announced a Phoenix Hotline to report directly to the ATO. Phoenix activity is prevalent in building and construction, labour hire ...
Government establishes phoenix activity hotline as cost to the economy each year hits $5 billionSmartCompany.com.au
Phoenix hotline to catch dodgy operatorsNEWS.com.au
Illegal phoenix activity costing economy up to $5.13ba yearThe Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian
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07/15/2018
Westpac set to rock property market by pulling out of SMSF lending - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Westpac set to rock property market by pulling out of SMSF lending
The Australian Financial Review
Westpac is set to rock the increasingly nervous property market by withdrawing new loan offers to self-managed superannuation funds looking to invest in property. Commercial & General. by Duncan Hughes. Westpac is set to rock the increasingly nervous ...
Westpac Banking Corp (ASX:WBC) just took another pillar out of the Jenga housing marketMotley Fool Australia
'Another hindrance' for already-weak market: Westpac stops SMSF home lendingDomain News
SMSFs focusing on global equities: brokerInvestorDaily
nestegg.com.au
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07/15/2018
Cairns Airport reportedly in lockdown as hundreds of passengers forced to evacuate - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Cairns Airport reportedly in lockdown as hundreds of passengers forced to evacuate
NEWS.com.au
BREAKING: Cairns Airport is reportedly in lockdown and hundreds of passengers have been forced to evacuate. Natalie Wolfe. news.com.auJuly 16, 20181:59pm. Cairns Airport has been evacuated.Source:Supplied. CAIRNS Airport, in far north Queensland, ...
Travellers stranded after Cairns Airport evacuation9news.com.au

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07/15/2018
Coles to launch 'Little Shop' miniature toy range - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Coles to launch 'Little Shop' miniature toy range
NEWS.com.au
PARENTS, get ready to tear your hair out. Coles' marketing gimmick is going to make trips to the supermarket more interesting. Frank Chung@franks_chung · news.com.auJuly 16, 201812:53pm. Video; Image ...
Why plastic bag bans triggered such a huge reactionSmartCompany.com.au
Coles' clever new checkout planWhitsunday Times
Bagging a bargain - supermarkets reward customers who bring their own bagsStuff.co.nz
Herald Sun -Canstar Blue -Inside Retail
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07/15/2018
China growth slows to 6.7pc in second quarter - The Australian

The Australian

China growth slows to 6.7pc in second quarter
The Australian
China's economic expansion slowed a notch in the second quarter, as a top-priority government debt clean-up took its toll even before growth takes an expected hit from the trade fight with the US. The economy grew 6.7 per cent in the second quarter ...
China's economic growth slows, trade war dims outlookThe Sydney Morning Herald
Chinese economic growth slowed a bit in the June quarterBusiness Insider Australia
China's Strong Economic Growth Figures Belie Signs of WeaknessNew York Times
Reuters -Financial Times -Inquirer.net -The Indian Express
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07/15/2018
Amazon Australia slashes prices as Prime Day kicks off - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Amazon Australia slashes prices as Prime Day kicks off
The Australian Financial Review
Amazon has upped the ante on retailers by slashing prices as much as 70 per cent. Supplied. Share on twitter. by Sue Mitchell. Amazon Australia has upped the ante on retailers by slashing prices of its flagship devices and branded products by as much ...
Everything you need to know about Australia's first Amazon Prime DayNEWS.com.au
The best Amazon Prime Day deals in Australia right nowBusiness Insider Australia
Australia just got its first Amazon Prime Day - here are the best dealsPC World
Quartz -Nine -SmartCompany.com.au -Appliance Retailer
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07/15/2018
Australian auction clearance rates remain near multi-year lows - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Australian auction clearance rates remain near multi-year lows
Business Insider Australia
Australian auction clearance rates remain near multi-year lows despite fewer properties going under the hammer. Sydney's preliminary clearance rate was particularly weak, pointing to the likelihood that its final figure will be revised down to below 50%.
Property a bigger risk to our share market as half of Sydney auctions fail to clearMotley Fool Australia
Winter weather hits auction activitySBS
Slim pickings, but buyers wary of overpaying: auctions a 50-50 proposition for Melbourne vendorsDomain News

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07/15/2018
Ramsay's $1bn raid on Sweden's Capio could spark bidding war: Credit Suisse - The Australian

The Australian

Ramsay's $1bn raid on Sweden's Capio could spark bidding war: Credit Suisse
The Australian
Ramsay Health Care's bid for the Swedish hospital group Capio is expected to create a potential bidding war, as prominent European companies are predicted to enter the fray. Credit Suisse analysts today say that a number of European acute care and ...
2 healthcare shares for a defensive portfolioMotley Fool Australia

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07/15/2018
Markets Live: ASX opens lower ahead of busy week - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: ASX opens lower ahead of busy week
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian sharemarket is still trading lower although hasn't moved much since 12pm. The S&P/ASX 200 index is 24 points, or 0.4 per cent, lower at 6244.4. CSL is still leading the index lower with a 2.4 per cent fall. The four majors are still ...

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