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04/25/2017
BHP Billiton falls short of March quarter output expectations - The Australian


The Australian

BHP Billiton falls short of March quarter output expectations
The Australian
BHP Billiton has fallen short of market expectations for production of iron ore, copper and petroleum in the March quarter. The mining giant (BHP) released its latest output update this morning, with a major cut to copper production guidance for the ...
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BHP cuts key output targets, sees some petroleum divestmentNasdaq
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04/25/2017
Australian share market set to open higher - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Australian share market set to open higher
NEWS.com.au
THE Australian share market looks set to open higher following sharp gains on Wall Street on the back of solid company earnings results. At 0730 AEST on Wednesday, the share price futures index was up 25 points, or 0.43 per cent, at 5,899. In the US ...
$A down against $US on Trump's lumber taxBusiness News

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04/25/2017
A2 Milk upgrades revenue forecast on bullish Chinese demand - The Australian

The Australian

A2 Milk upgrades revenue forecast on bullish Chinese demand
The Australian
The a2 Milk Company has confirmed its reputation as the preferred stock of investors seeking exposure to the booming Chinese e-commerce market with a further upgrade of its annual revenue forecasts underpinned by soaring demand for its infant formula ...
a2 Milk Company upgrades sales outlookThe Australian Financial Review
A2 Milk expects big boost from formula salesRadio New Zealand
A2 Milk posts third-quarter sales that beat its projectionScoop.co.nz
Nasdaq -Reuters Africa
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04/25/2017
Low wage growth sapping confidence: ANZ - The Australian

Business Insider Australia

Low wage growth sapping confidence: ANZ
The Australian
Consumers' pessimistic expectations about future economic conditions are weighing on their overall confidence, ANZ says. The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index fell 1.24 per cent to a level of 111.2 points in the week ending April 23, closer to ...
Australian consumer confidence falls again as low wage growth weighs on the outlookBusiness Insider Australia

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04/25/2017
Ten-point plan to fix housing crisis - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Ten-point plan to fix housing crisis
NEWS.com.au
AUSTRALIA'S peak property industry group has unveiled a plan to improve housing affordability, championing low-deposit loans for first home buyers, but warns against “playing with” negative gearing. The Property Council of Australia's 10-point ...

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04/25/2017
Barangaroo launches new public park zone - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Barangaroo launches new public park zone
The Sydney Morning Herald
A sweeping two-hectare public park, complete with waterfront walkway and new pier, will be some of the final pieces of the $6 billion Barangaroo development that will link the northern reserve to the office towers at the south-west end. It is the ...
New harbour cove, parkland for $6b Barangaroodailytelegraph.com.au

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04/25/2017
ASX poised to rally ahead of CPI data - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ASX poised to rally ahead of CPI data
The Australian Financial Review
Solid earnings from McDonald's, 3M, Caterpillar as well as DuPont and a new cost savings effort at Coca-Cola help pace US stocks higher. AP. by Timothy Moore. Local shares are expected open sharply higher, joining an extended rally in global markets ...
Inflation returning to normality9news.com.au
Inflation set to match RBA targetThe Australian
Upbeat Australia 1Q Consumer Price Index (CPI) to Curb AUD/USD LossesNasdaq

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04/25/2017
Invest in China through shares, direct selling and ETFs, Kochie says - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Invest in China through shares, direct selling and ETFs, Kochie says
NEWS.com.au
Talk to any economist about the future of Australia and the most common response is; “it's all about China”. Forget the sheep's back, Australia is now well and truly riding the rickshaw. China is Australia's biggest trading partner, accounts for over a ...
Asia investors boost use of unorthodox data sources in battle to beat benchmarksBusiness Insider

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04/25/2017
Toll Holdings faces $4.8bn writedown - The Australian

The Australian

Toll Holdings faces $4.8bn writedown
The Australian
Japan Post Holdings has reported a $US3.6 billion ($4.8bn) writedown for its Toll Holdings unit in Australia, just two years after a $US5.1bn acquisition that was supposed to lay the cornerstone for its overseas expansion. The announcement marks the ...
Japan Post takes $4.9bn hit on local giant Toll HoldingsHerald Sun
Japan Post faces uphill battle after Toll write-downNikkei Asian Review
Japan Post warns of losses after blow from TollFinancial Times
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04/25/2017
Aqualand in $78m deal for North Sydney tower - The Australian

The Australian

Aqualand in $78m deal for North Sydney tower
The Australian
Interests associated with Chinese-backed Aqualand have snapped up an office block in North Sydney for $78 million, sold by Chinese private trading company General Nice Group. The purchase of the office tower at 146 Arthur Street came after Aqualand ...
Investors seek out $450m of north shore assetsThe Sydney Morning Herald

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