News archive from 10 June 2013

Buy like a billionaire: Share tips from Roman Abramovich

Buy like a billionaire: Share tips from Roman Abramovich

Roman Abramovich is best known as the autocratic Russian billionaire owner of Chelsea Football Club. But it is by no means his only business interest. He and his best friend and business partner, Eugene Shvidler, have their fingers in many pies,...

 
Australian share market closed for public holiday

Australian share market closed for public holiday

The Australian market is closed for the Queen's birthday public holiday. However, the stocks to watch are: AIZ, Air New Zealand, up 3.5 cents, or 2.83 per cent, at $1.27. QAN, Qantas Airways, down four cents, or 2.69 per cent, at $1.44 Air New Zealand...

 
Maximise the money in your pocket at tax time 

Maximise the money in your pocket at tax time 

The end of the financial year is only a few weeks away and the key to getting a better return this year is to do something rather than hope that it happens. So if you're like me and would rather spend your money on shoes, then here are my top 10 tips...

 
Maximise the money in your pocket at tax time 

Maximise the money in your pocket at tax time 

The end of the financial year is only a few weeks away and the key to getting a better return this year is to do something rather than hope that it happens. So if you're like me and would rather spend your money on shoes, then here are my top 10 tips...

 
Maximise the money in your pocket at tax time 

Maximise the money in your pocket at tax time 

The end of the financial year is only a few weeks away and the key to getting a better return this year is to do something rather than hope that it happens. So if you're like me and would rather spend your money on shoes, then here are my top 10 tips...

 
Australian dollar at 20-month low on China data

Australian dollar at 20-month low on China data

The Australian dollar has dipped below 94 US cents for the first time in 20 months, after the release of disappointing Chinese economic data.The local currency was trading as low 93.94 US cents this morning, before recovering to around 94.40 US cents...

ABC News, 10:42 in Business
 
The fifty shades effect

The fifty shades effect

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald Few of us seem willing to own up to the hype that has accompanied the book Fifty Shades of Grey – it's the world's only best-seller nobody has ever admitted reading. That is, nobody except Lloyd Perry, purveyor of Big...

 
The fifty shades effect

The fifty shades effect

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald Few of us seem willing to own up to the hype that has accompanied the book Fifty Shades of Grey – it's the world's only best-seller nobody has ever admitted reading. That is, nobody except Lloyd Perry, purveyor of Big...

 
The fifty shades effect

The fifty shades effect

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald Few of us seem willing to own up to the hype that has accompanied the book Fifty Shades of Grey – it's the world's only best-seller nobody has ever admitted reading. That is, nobody except Lloyd Perry, purveyor of Big...

 
Smelter bill tabled in Parliament

Smelter bill tabled in Parliament

The State Government has introduced legislation to Parliament that will give the Manufacturing Minister - not the Environment Protection Authority - the final say over any changes to the operating licence of Port Pirie's lead and zinc smelter.The...

ABC News, 11:28 in Business
 

Japan’s economy grows, surplus doubles

Japan's economy has grown and its current account surplus doubled in April from a year earlier, in a fresh sign the government's aggressive policies to stimulate growth are paying early dividends. Bank lending in the country also posted its biggest...

 

Japan’s economy grows, surplus doubles

Japan's economy has grown and its current account surplus doubled in April from a year earlier, in a fresh sign the government's aggressive policies to stimulate growth are paying early dividends. Bank lending in the country also posted its biggest...

TheAge, 12:16 in Business
 

Japan’s economy grows, surplus doubles

Japan's economy has grown and its current account surplus doubled in April from a year earlier, in a fresh sign the government's aggressive policies to stimulate growth are paying early dividends. Bank lending in the country also posted its biggest...

 

Nikkei rebounds from losing streak

Japanese shares rebounded strongly on Monday, tracking a rally in global equities following US jobs data that was solid but not strong enough to cause worry about near-term tapering of the Federal Reserve's massive stimulus. The Nikkei average soared...

TheAge, 13:20 in Business
 

Nikkei rebounds from losing streak

Japanese shares rebounded strongly on Monday, tracking a rally in global equities following US jobs data that was solid but not strong enough to cause worry about near-term tapering of the Federal Reserve's massive stimulus. The Nikkei average soared...

 
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