News archive from 3 August 2013

US stocks hit record despite tepid jobs

The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 30.34 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 15,658.36, a record close. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index was up 2.80 points, or 0.2 per cent, at 1709.67, also a record. The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 13.84 points, or...

 

Tenants rule the roost

As a result, the commercial property sector in Australia is now facing its worst period since the recession of 1991-94, according to tenant representatives. Managing director of workplace and tenancy solutions company Project Control Group (PCG),...

 

Appeal of national deal

Cushman & Wakefield conducted an analysis of all formally marketed investment sales up to $20 million in NSW over the past 18 months, across all asset classes. The reason being to determine the yield spread of properties sold with a national...

 

Consumers switch on to solar power

As proof of this, solar photovoltaic systems in the region duly doubled that financial year, by 70 units to 138. Fast forward to 2011-12 and annual installations had soared 1000-fold, or 72,500, with a further 74,000 rooftop systems added last year....

 

US stocks hit record despite tepid jobs

The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 30.34 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 15,658.36, a record close. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index was up 2.80 points, or 0.2 per cent, at 1709.67, also a record. The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 13.84 points, or...

 

Tenants rule the roost

As a result, the commercial property sector in Australia is now facing its worst period since the recession of 1991-94, according to tenant representatives. Managing director of workplace and tenancy solutions company Project Control Group (PCG),...

 

Appeal of national deal

Cushman & Wakefield conducted an analysis of all formally marketed investment sales up to $20 million in NSW over the past 18 months, across all asset classes. The reason being to determine the yield spread of properties sold with a national...

 
Consumers switch on to solar power

Consumers switch on to solar power

Back in its 2003 annual report, Energex, the main power distributor serving south-eastern Queensland, noted a "growing awareness" among customers of the need to minimise their environmental impact and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As...

 

US stocks hit record despite tepid jobs

The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 30.34 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 15,658.36, a record close. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index was up 2.80 points, or 0.2 per cent, at 1709.67, also a record. The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 13.84 points, or...

 

Tenants rule the roost

As a result, the commercial property sector in Australia is now facing its worst period since the recession of 1991-94, according to tenant representatives. Managing director of workplace and tenancy solutions company Project Control Group (PCG),...

 

Appeal of national deal

Cushman & Wakefield conducted an analysis of all formally marketed investment sales up to $20 million in NSW over the past 18 months, across all asset classes. The reason being to determine the yield spread of properties sold with a national...

 
Consumers switch on to solar power

Consumers switch on to solar power

Back in its 2003 annual report, Energex, the main power distributor serving south-eastern Queensland, noted a "growing awareness" among customers of the need to minimise their environmental impact and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As...

 

Watchdog admits delay on CBA warning

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has acknowledged that its dealings with a group of whistleblowers who contacted the regulator with concerns about the financial planning operation in October 2008 were ''not adequate''. In a...

 
National debt set to hit limit

National debt set to hit limit

Australia is set to hit its debt ceiling this year as the government forecasts a large fall in revenue over the next four years. Federal Treasurer Chris Bowen unveiled the government's updated economic statement on Friday, revealing a bleaker outlook...

 
Shares up as ResMed tips revenues will grow

Shares up as ResMed tips revenues will grow

Medical devices group ResMed has flagged further strong growth with rising revenues and gains from the weaker Australian dollar to help offset any price cuts in the large US market. June quarter revenue rose to $US414.6 million ($465.4 million) from...

 
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