News archive from 3 April 2013

Markets Live: Stocks climb early

10:00am: Looking to the open, Evan Lucas at IG Markets reckons we're looking at a 10 point gain on the ASX200. In a note, he writes: Commodities were slightly weaker overnight, while gold was hammered down 1.5% to $1576 an ounce. This lead is the main...

 

Nimble is a new way to access credit

The company launched six years ago, and has enjoyed rapid growth, featuring on BRW’s Fastest 100 list – which ranks the growth of small and medium enterprises – for the past two years. Ellis says the current financial year’s growth has been the...

 

Pope Francis to review Vatican bureaucracy and its scandal-ridden bank

Francis, who inherited a Church mired in scandals over priests' sexual abuse of children and the leak of confidential documents alleging corruption and infighting in the Vatican's central administration, is mulling his options as he sets the tone for...

 

Markets Live: Stocks climb early

10:00am: Looking to the open, Evan Lucas at IG Markets reckons we're looking at a 10 point gain on the ASX200. In a note, he writes: Commodities were slightly weaker overnight, while gold was hammered down 1.5% to $1576 an ounce. This lead is the main...

 

ANZ loses architect of Asian expansion

Mr Thursby was hand-picked by ANZ chief executive Mike Smith to spearhead the bank's Asian growth strategy, and was seen as a potential replacement for Mr Smith if he left the bank. Over his six years at the bank, Mr Thursby has overseen rapid growth...

 

Fannie Mae posts record $7.3 billion quarterly profit

The government-controlled company said it expects to be profitable for the foreseeable future which would typically allow it to record gains on billions of dollars worth of assets it had previously written down. Those gains would go to the US...

 

Cyprus finance minister quits

Sarris said he was stepping down as he would need to cooperate with judges investigating the failure of Laiki Bank, of which he was chairman for much of last year. The bank's collapse was a major contributor to the island's near financial meltdown....

 
Social media plan must suit needs

Social media plan must suit needs

SOCIAL media needs careful management, not just a page on Facebook or the occasional post on Twitter, experts say. Michelle Prak, a social media consultant, says small to medium enterprises need to first understand their customers before deciding...

 
Eurozone unemployment hits record high

Eurozone unemployment hits record high

The eurozone unemployment rate has reached a record high of 12 per cent, with official figures showing more than 19 million people were out of work across the region in February.The European Union's statistical agency Eurostat says its the highest...

ABC News, 10:16 in Business
 

Markets Live: Stocks climb early

10:11am: The All Ordinaries index is 12.3 points higher, or 0.2 per cent, to 5007.8, while the benchmark S&P/ASX200 is 13.3 points higher, or 0.3 per cent, to 4998.8. Upvotes:0 Downvotes:0 Copy Link 10:11am: Early take - stocks are higher with a...

TheAge, 10:18 in Business
 
Nimble is a new way to access credit

Nimble is a new way to access credit

Entrepreneurs Sean Teahan, 38, and Greg Ellis, 38, enjoyed easy success with an online business they built and sold in the UK ten years ago. But the past decade has been marked by lessons learned the hard way, which has helped them understand their...

 

Pope Francis to review Vatican bureaucracy and its scandal-ridden bank

Francis, who inherited a Church mired in scandals over priests' sexual abuse of children and the leak of confidential documents alleging corruption and infighting in the Vatican's central administration, is mulling his options as he sets the tone for...

 

ANZ loses architect of Asian expansion

Mr Thursby was hand-picked by ANZ chief executive Mike Smith to spearhead the bank's Asian growth strategy, and was seen as a potential replacement for Mr Smith if he left the bank. Over his six years at the bank, Mr Thursby has overseen rapid growth...

 
Nimble is a new way to access credit

Nimble is a new way to access credit

Entrepreneurs Sean Teahan, 38, and Greg Ellis, 38, enjoyed easy success with an online business they built and sold in the UK ten years ago. But the past decade has been marked by lessons learned the hard way, which has helped them understand their...

 

Fannie Mae posts record $7.3 billion quarterly profit

The government-controlled company said it expects to be profitable for the foreseeable future which would typically allow it to record gains on billions of dollars worth of assets it had previously written down. Those gains would go to the US...

 
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