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09/29/2016
Caltex hovers as Woolworths eyes sale of 530 petrol stations - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Caltex hovers as Woolworths eyes sale of 530 petrol stations
The Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths has confirmed one of the worst kept secrets in retailing, that it is likely to sell its petrol retailing arm, with a number of offers on the table. The retailer said it is "currently evaluating whether to retain or dispose of its petrol ...
Is Woolworths Limited about to sell its petrol stations?Motley Fool Australia
Now Woolworths is looking at selling its fuel businessBusiness Insider Australia
Woolies considers petrol stations saleSBS
Sky News Australia -Yahoo Finance -International Business Times AU -Bloomberg
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09/29/2016
Markets Live: Deutsche spooks investors - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Deutsche spooks investors
The Sydney Morning Herald
Shares tumble, led down by the big banks as Deutsche Bank's growing woes sour the global mood, but energy stocks get another lift after oil extended its rally. Woolies confirms it's likely to sell petrol retailing arm, with a number of offers on the ...
DoubleLine's Gundlach sees risks in shorting Deutsche Bank sharesThe Australian Financial Review
DoubleLine's Gundlach: avoid Deutsche Bank securities for nowReuters
Gundlach says stay away from Deutsche Bank shares: reportForexTV.com

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09/29/2016
Sydney, Melbourne housing markets cooling off? Not so fast - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney, Melbourne housing markets cooling off? Not so fast
The Sydney Morning Herald
This is the story about the cannibals' cooking pot and the east coast housing market. Seriously. Well, sort of. You're stuck in a large cooking pot while the cannibals tending the fire debate the benefits of the paleo versus 5 – 2 diets. The water ...
The housing market really isn't coolingThe Australian Financial Review

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09/29/2016
Nine makes $30 million on Southern Cross stake - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Nine makes $30 million on Southern Cross stake
The Sydney Morning Herald
Nine Entertainment has sold its entire stake of close to 10 per cent stake in Southern Cross Austereo after the two metropolitan and regional broadcasters struck a five-year affiliation deal earlier this year. Nine acquired the stake in March, as ...
Nine makes $30m on Southern Cross stakeSBS
Nine sells Southern Cross Media stakeThe Australian
Nine Sells Stake in SCARadio Today (Aust & NZ)
AdNews -The Australian Financial Review -Business Insider Australia -Yahoo7 News
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09/29/2016
3 shares to buy after a market crash - Motley Fool Australia

3 shares to buy after a market crash
Motley Fool Australia
Earlier in the week, one of my colleagues highlighted the point that a market crash could occur sometime this year based on the uncertainty surrounding the US Presidential election and the headwinds facing some of Europe's largest financial institutions.

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09/29/2016
Qantas and Australia Post sign new contract for international mail - Australian Aviation

Australian Aviation

Qantas and Australia Post sign new contract for international mail
Australian Aviation
Qantas will carry Australia Post's international parcels for the next five years under a new contract. The extension of the pair's previous agreement was announced on Friday. Qantas Freight chief executive Gareth Evans said it was a “substantial ...
Qantas secures new Australia Post dealSBS

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09/29/2016
Japan household spending down 4.6 per cent - SBS

MarketPulse

Japan household spending down 4.6 per cent
SBS
Slumping consumption remains a problem for Japan, with new figures showing household spending has dropped almost five per cent from the same period in 2015. Source: AAP. 30 Sep 2016 - 1:14 PM UPDATED 1 HOUR AGO ...
EconomyJapan's household spending tumbles in AugustFinancial Times
Japan's August retail sales dip renews pressure on policymakersJapan Today
Japanese Household Spending -4.6% vs. -2.5% forecastInvesting.com
Reuters -MarketPulse (blog) -RTT News
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09/29/2016
Scott Morrison's blunt warning: embrace immigration and trade, or face 'great danger' - The Age

The Age

Scott Morrison's blunt warning: embrace immigration and trade, or face 'great danger'
The Age
Australia must embrace immigration, trade and foreign investment - or risk the prosperity of future generations, according to Treasurer Scott Morrison. In his third and final post-election headland speech, to be delivered at the Lowy Institute in ...
Scott Morrison to spruik higher immigration and free tradeThe Sydney Morning Herald
AUSTRALIA: Australian Muslim Man Says He's Pauline Hanson's 'Worst Nightmare' September 233:00Herald Sun
Investment populism to hit prosperity, says Scott MorrisonThe Australian
The Conversation AU -The Australian Financial Review -Courier Mail -NEWS.com.au
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09/29/2016
Public service moves dudding taxpayers, says property industry - The Sydney Morning Herald

Public service moves dudding taxpayers, says property industry
The Sydney Morning Herald
Politicians are costing taxpayers money by "huffing and puffing" and moving public service agencies out of Canberra, according the city's main property lobby group. The Property Council says research by global real estate giants JLL Australia proves ...

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09/29/2016
Fair Work Commission president suggests penalty rates swap for higher hourly wages - ABC Online

ABC Online

Fair Work Commission president suggests penalty rates swap for higher hourly wages
ABC Online
The small business lobby is "enthused" by the Fair Work Commission's (FWC) push to allow workers in the retail and hospitality industries to forgo penalty rates in return for higher hourly rates. The proposal, flagged by the commission's president Iain ...
Higher hourly rates could replace penaltiesSky News Australia
Fair Work boss Iain Ross backs wages for penalties swapThe Sydney Morning Herald
Fair Work Commission ruling renews penalty rate pushThe Australian
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