News archive from 15 August 2013

Narev calls for blueprint on economy

CBA chief Ian Narev said many members of the public were struggling to understand the implications of falling resources investment. Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev has appealed to the next federal government to lay out a clear plan for...

 
Markets rise as official figures show the eurozone has emerged from recession

Markets rise as official figures show the eurozone has emerged from recession

Markets in the eurozone rose overnight after official figures revealed the region has tentatively emerged from recession.After a record 18-months of economic contraction the bloc's gross domestic product grew by 0.3 per cent in the June quarter...

ABC News, 09:12 in Business
 

AMP tops forecast as CEO exits

AMP said Craig Meller, who has been running AMP Financial Services, would replace Craig Dunn, who is retiring after six years as chief executive. Underlying profit, which excludes one-off items, fell 9.8 per cent to $440 million for the six months to...

 

JPMorgan staff charged in 'London Whale' case

Javier Martin-Artajo, head of credit and equity trading at JPMorgan's investment unit, and Julien Grout, a trader who worked for him, were charged with wire fraud, filing false information with the Securities and Exchange Commission and other crimes...

 

India to spend $8.7b to upgrade grid for solar, wind

The grid will be built across seven states over the next five to six years, Ratan P. Watal, secretary at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, said in New Delhi today. The project will receive 250 million euros “soon” from KfW Group, a German...

 

EU's renewable rollback has further to run

EU countries are likely to pare back support for renewable energy further after Spain's recent proposed overhaul. Those most likely to take action are countries with more expensive schemes, programmes nearing their environmental targets or nations...

 

China to conduct nationwide pharma probe

The State Administration for Industry and Commerce yesterday said it would conduct the nationwide investigation from Thursday until the end of November, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The investigation will include medical services and...

 

AMP tops forecast as CEO exits

AMP said Craig Meller, who has been running AMP Financial Services, would replace Craig Dunn, who is retiring after six years as chief executive. Underlying profit, which excludes one-off items, fell 9.8 per cent to $440 million for the six months to...

 

JPMorgan staff charged in 'London Whale' case

Javier Martin-Artajo, head of credit and equity trading at JPMorgan's investment unit, and Julien Grout, a trader who worked for him, were charged with wire fraud, filing false information with the Securities and Exchange Commission and other crimes...

 

India to spend $8.7b to upgrade grid for solar, wind

The grid will be built across seven states over the next five to six years, Ratan P. Watal, secretary at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, said in New Delhi today. The project will receive 250 million euros “soon” from KfW Group, a German...

 

EU's renewable rollback has further to run

EU countries are likely to pare back support for renewable energy further after Spain's recent proposed overhaul. Those most likely to take action are countries with more expensive schemes, programmes nearing their environmental targets or nations...

 

China to conduct nationwide pharma probe

The State Administration for Industry and Commerce yesterday said it would conduct the nationwide investigation from Thursday until the end of November, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The investigation will include medical services and...

 

Goodman Group profit jumps

Goodman Group, the world's second-biggest industrial property manager by assets, has reported a 17 per cent increase in full-year operating profit as income from its management and development businesses climbed. Operating profit rose to $544 million...

TheAge, 09:21 in Business
 

Goodman Group profit jumps

Goodman Group, the world's second-biggest industrial property manager by assets, has reported a 17 per cent increase in full-year operating profit as income from its management and development businesses climbed. Operating profit rose to $544 million...

 

Goodman Group profit jumps

Goodman Group, the world's second-biggest industrial property manager by assets, has reported a 17 per cent increase in full-year operating profit as income from its management and development businesses climbed. Operating profit rose to $544 million...

 
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