News archive from 27 May 2013

Financial habits formed by age seven

Financial habits formed by age seven

Most children's financial habits are formed by the age of seven, an official British advice service has claimed. The Money Advice Service has urged parents not to "underestimate the effect their own good (and bad) money habits will have on their...

 
Financial habits formed by age seven

Financial habits formed by age seven

Most children's financial habits are formed by the age of seven, an official British advice service has claimed. The Money Advice Service has urged parents not to "underestimate the effect their own good (and bad) money habits will have on their...

 
Financial habits formed by age seven

Financial habits formed by age seven

Most children's financial habits are formed by the age of seven, an official British advice service has claimed. The Money Advice Service has urged parents not to "underestimate the effect their own good (and bad) money habits will have on their...

 
Manufacturers call for domestic gas reserves

Manufacturers call for domestic gas reserves

A business coalition of Australia's largest manufacturers is warning the Ford job losses announced last week will be nothing compared to other retrenchments unless there is intervention by the Commonwealth and state governments to ensure access to...

ABC News, 09:48 in Business
 
Train carriage restored for royals

Train carriage restored for royals

A train carriage used by the royal family on its Tasmanian visits has been restored for public display.Between 1920 and 1935 Tasmania's only royal carriage took visiting members of the British royal family between public engagements. Trevor Jones from...

ABC News, 09:52 in Business
 

Markets Live: ASX set for tame start

9:48am: While we're on the subject of where the market is headed, CommSec chief economist Craig James described the events of late last week as good old-fashioned and healthy profit-taking after a strong run in bank and industrial stocks....

 

Markets Live: ASX set for tame start

9:48am: While we're on the subject of where the market is headed, CommSec chief economist Craig James described the events of late last week as good old-fashioned and healthy profit-taking after a strong run in bank and industrial stocks....

TheAge, 09:59 in Business
 
Eat Local app and website promote SA produce

Eat Local app and website promote SA produce

There are hopes a new website and mobile phone application will drive growth in South Australia's food industry.They promote food outlets that support South Australian produce under a Eat Local banner. Promoted are outlets including bakeries, cafes...

ABC News, 10:00 in Business
 

Markets Live: ASX set for tame start

10:00am: Here's another view on the market this morning: Reader "roguetrader' writes: Still smelling the fear out there time to sit and wait in the trees with my bear rifle loaded! Upvotes:0 Downvotes:0 Copy Link 9:59am: David Jones has reported...

 

NZ dollar surges against Aussie rival

The New Zealand dollar surged to its highest in four and a half years against its Australian counterpart as New Zealand's rising interest rates and growth outlook increase the lure of the nation's currency. The kiwi advanced to 84 Australian cents...

SBS, 10:06 in Business
 
ANZ to cull 70 at call centre

ANZ to cull 70 at call centre

ANZ has become the latest big Australian company to send more jobs overseas, replacing 70 call-centre jobs with positions in New Zealand as part of attempts to bolster profit through cost-cutting. In another case of ''offshoring'' by a big bank, ANZ...

 
David Jones reports further fall in sales

David Jones reports further fall in sales

David Jones has reported a 2.2 per cent slide in third quarter sales, partly blaming an unseasonably warm autumn.The upmarket department store posted sales of $391 million between January 27 and April 27, down from $400 million in the same quarter a...

ABC News, 10:08 in Business
 
Japan forgives debt, pledges more aid to Myanmar

Japan forgives debt, pledges more aid to Myanmar

Japan has endorsed Myanmar's reform program by writing off nearly $2 billion in debt and promising more aid to help build the Southeast Asian nation's economy.Some of the aid will help support an industrial zone being developed by Japanese firms near...

ABC News, 10:08 in Business
 

ANZ to cull 70 at call centre

According to bank sources, the cuts are part of a plan to replace up to 500 call-centre positions with jobs in New Zealand over the next few years through natural attrition. Photo: Jessica Shapiro ANZ has become the latest big Australian company to...

TheAge, 10:12 in Business
 

DJs struggles with electronics

The department store chain said like-for-like sales dropped 3.4 per cent for the quarter. "Our high-margin beauty menswear and childrenswear categories delivered growth for the quarter, however our overall sales performance was once again...

 
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