News archive from 20 November 2013

What are the hot industries of 2014?

Deloitte Access Economics' Chris Richardson says mining will continue to be a major driver of prosperity, but “that boom is slowing and our competitive advantage is being challenged”. The next “super-growth waves” will come from gas, tourism,...

 

What are the hot industries of 2014?

Deloitte Access Economics' Chris Richardson says mining will continue to be a major driver of prosperity, but “that boom is slowing and our competitive advantage is being challenged”. The next “super-growth waves” will come from gas, tourism,...

 

What are the hot industries of 2014?

Deloitte Access Economics' Chris Richardson says mining will continue to be a major driver of prosperity, but “that boom is slowing and our competitive advantage is being challenged”. The next “super-growth waves” will come from gas, tourism,...

 

Rates likely to stay low: Bernanke

"The FOMC remains committed to maintaining highly accommodative policies for as long as they are needed," he said in prepared remarks, referring to the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee. "I agree with the sentiment, expressed...

 

OzForex beats its profit forecast

OzForex listed in the ASX on October 11 after an initial public offering which raised $439.4 million by the issues of 12 million new shares and the sale and transfer of 207.7 million existing shares. OzForex's existing owners retained 20.3 million...

 
The bubble in bubbles

The bubble in bubbles

We have a tech IPO bubble and a stock bubble and of course a bond bubble. This is caused by a global central bank QE bubble. We had an Apple bubble, we had a fraud bubble, we had a derivatives bubble and a subprime bubble. Silicon Valley is having a...

 
Green group wants water quality report on Burnett River dredging

Green group wants water quality report on Burnett River dredging

The Capricorn Conservation Council wants the Gladstone Ports Corporation to release a water quality report to see the impact of dredging at the Bundaberg port in southern Queensland.The Gladstone Ports Corporation says 340,000 cubic metres of silt and...

ABC News, 11:28 in Business
 

Rates likely to stay low: Bernanke

"The FOMC remains committed to maintaining highly accommodative policies for as long as they are needed," he said in prepared remarks, referring to the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee. "I agree with the sentiment, expressed...

 

OzForex beats its profit forecast

OzForex listed in the ASX on October 11 after an initial public offering which raised $439.4 million by the issues of 12 million new shares and the sale and transfer of 207.7 million existing shares. OzForex's existing owners retained 20.3 million...

 
The bubble in bubbles

The bubble in bubbles

We have a tech IPO bubble and a stock bubble and of course a bond bubble. This is caused by a global central bank QE bubble. We had an Apple bubble, we had a fraud bubble, we had a derivatives bubble and a subprime bubble. Silicon Valley is having a...

 

Rates likely to stay low: Bernanke

"The FOMC remains committed to maintaining highly accommodative policies for as long as they are needed," he said in prepared remarks, referring to the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee. "I agree with the sentiment, expressed...

 

OzForex beats its profit forecast

OzForex listed in the ASX on October 11 after an initial public offering which raised $439.4 million by the issues of 12 million new shares and the sale and transfer of 207.7 million existing shares. OzForex's existing owners retained 20.3 million...

 
The bubble in bubbles

The bubble in bubbles

We have a tech IPO bubble and a stock bubble and of course a bond bubble. This is caused by a global central bank QE bubble. We had an Apple bubble, we had a fraud bubble, we had a derivatives bubble and a subprime bubble. Silicon Valley is having a...

 
JP Morgan Chase to pay record $US13 billion penalty for behaviour leading up to sub-prime mortgage crisis

JP Morgan Chase to pay record $US13 billion penalty for behaviour leading up to sub-prime mortgage crisis

JP Morgan Chase has agreed to a $US13 billion settlement with the US government for selling bad loans that helped trigger the mortgage meltdown in 2008.And it may not be over for the bank, with criminal charges expected to be laid against executives....

ABC News, 11:54 in Business
 
A better way to work

A better way to work

Australian workers routinely work extra hours for free, skip on their breaks and don't take their full annual leave entitlement each year. But harder work does not always result in increased productivity, writes Prue Cameron.The idea that more...

ABC News, 12:01 in Business
 
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