News archive from 13 November 2013

Westfield finds growth overseas

The results come only 45 days to Christmas, in a period that retailers are forecasting will be better than previous years, due to the lower interest rate environment an booming housing market. Home furnishing, electrical and hardware goods are being...

 

Westfield finds growth overseas

The results come only 45 days to Christmas, in a period that retailers are forecasting will be better than previous years, due to the lower interest rate environment an booming housing market. Home furnishing, electrical and hardware goods are being...

 

Westfield finds growth overseas

The results come only 45 days to Christmas, in a period that retailers are forecasting will be better than previous years, due to the lower interest rate environment an booming housing market. Home furnishing, electrical and hardware goods are being...

 

Markets Live: Cheese battle rages on

11:25am: Tapering concerns are weighing on the local market this morning and keeping it in the red, Credit Suisse equity strategist Damien Boey says. "Last week, we had a reasonably strong payrolls numbers, which people have interpreted as a sign...

TheAge, 11:33 in Business
 
Markets Live: Cheese battle rages on

Markets Live: Cheese battle rages on

11:25am: Tapering concerns are weighing on the local market this morning and keeping it in the red, Credit Suisse equity strategist Damien Boey says. "Last week, we had a reasonably strong payrolls numbers, which people have interpreted as a sign...

 

Markets Live: Cheese battle rages on

11:25am: Tapering concerns are weighing on the local market this morning and keeping it in the red, Credit Suisse equity strategist Damien Boey says. "Last week, we had a reasonably strong payrolls numbers, which people have interpreted as a sign...

 
Digging to China: Australia's mining boom visualised, and where we go from here

Digging to China: Australia's mining boom visualised, and where we go from here

This is what the mining boom has given you.The bubble chart below shows exports to China for each state and territory from 1988 to September 2013, according to ABS figures released last week. It shows Western Australia has earned more than $300...

ABC News, 12:12 in Business
 
Westpac-Melbourne Institute index shows rising houses prices have boosted consumer confidence

Westpac-Melbourne Institute index shows rising houses prices have boosted consumer confidence

Economists believe rising property prices have helped boost a closely watched consumer confidence measure to its highest level in almost three years. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute Consumer confidence index for November has climbed by 1.9 per cent to...

ABC News, 12:12 in Business
 
Chinese tycoon bids for Cairns casino

Chinese tycoon bids for Cairns casino

Shares in Reef Casino surged 44 per cent to six-year highs of $4.10 after the announcement. Mr Fung, a billionaire son of one of the founders of Hong Kong conglomerate Sun Hung Kai & Co. Ltd, has already proposed a $4.2 billion casino and resort...

 
Aurizon under fire over exec pay

Aurizon under fire over exec pay

At the annual meeting in Brisbane today, Aurizon chairman John Prescott said the board believed its executive-pay practices were ‘‘operating effectively and are aligned to shareholder interests’’. Mr Prescott, who himself faces calls to step down,...

 
Chinese tycoon bids for Cairns casino

Chinese tycoon bids for Cairns casino

Shares in Reef Casino surged 44 per cent to six-year highs of $4.10 after the announcement. Mr Fung, a billionaire son of one of the founders of Hong Kong conglomerate Sun Hung Kai & Co. Ltd, has already proposed a $4.2 billion casino and resort...

 
Aurizon under fire over exec pay

Aurizon under fire over exec pay

At the annual meeting in Brisbane today, Aurizon chairman John Prescott said the board believed its executive-pay practices were ‘‘operating effectively and are aligned to shareholder interests’’. Mr Prescott, who himself faces calls to step down,...

 
David Cameron ridiculed for austerity speech amid trappings of wealth

David Cameron ridiculed for austerity speech amid trappings of wealth

OH DEAR, David. This doesn't look good at all. The UK Prime Minister has had his very own Marie Antoinette moment, delivering a speech on austerity measures surrounded by the trappings of an empire. Wearing a tux and seated at a golden-edged throne,...

 
Chinese tycoon bids for Cairns casino

Chinese tycoon bids for Cairns casino

Shares in Reef Casino surged 44 per cent to six-year highs of $4.10 after the announcement. Mr Fung, a billionaire son of one of the founders of Hong Kong conglomerate Sun Hung Kai & Co. Ltd, has already proposed a $4.2 billion casino and resort...

 
Aurizon under fire over exec pay

Aurizon under fire over exec pay

At the annual meeting in Brisbane today, Aurizon chairman John Prescott said the board believed its executive-pay practices were ‘‘operating effectively and are aligned to shareholder interests’’. Mr Prescott, who himself faces calls to step down,...

 
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