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05/20/2018
Labor blasts 'appalling' CBA over Dollarmites scandal - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Labor blasts 'appalling' CBA over Dollarmites scandal
The Sydney Morning Herald
Commonwealth Bank faces calls from the federal opposition for it to be punished over the "appalling" manipulation of children's savings accounts. Over the weekend, a Sydney Morning Herald and the Age investigation revealed CBA staff had engaged in a ...
Banking royal commission: CBA reputation set for another batteringThe Australian Financial Review
CBA rogue bank now exploiting childrenMacroBusiness (blog)
Scam or sales target? Counterclaims in Dollarmites scandalThe New Daily
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin -TheBull.com.au
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05/20/2018
Banking royal commission: Westpac in hot seat over business lending - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Banking royal commission: Westpac in hot seat over business lending
The Australian Financial Review
Royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne will lead the third round of public hearings into the banking and finance sector on Monday in Melbourne. Eddie Jim. by; James Frost · James Eyers · Edmund Tadros. Westpac's provision of business loans will be under fire ...
'Unethical' banks under scrutiny as royal commission returnsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Anna Bligh to enter witness box at royal commissionThe Australian
ABA boss to front banking royal commission9news.com.au

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05/20/2018
'Makes me feel a bit grubby': Banks' dirty tactics revealed - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

'Makes me feel a bit grubby': Banks' dirty tactics revealed
NEWS.com.au
FORMER bank staffers have revealed the shady tactics they used to prey on vulnerable customers, which often left them feeling “uncomfortable”. news.com.auMay 20, 201810:44pm. Video; Image ...
Life-long hush agreements reveal toxic culture in banking sector9news.com.au

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05/20/2018
Pressure builds on Palaszczuk Government to act over Aurizon coal delays - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Pressure builds on Palaszczuk Government to act over Aurizon coal delays
Courier Mail
THE Government is under pressure to intervene in the increasingly heated $4 billion Aurizon dispute after Japan's steel mills raised questions over the reliability of the state's coal sector. The Government has already laid down the law to Aurizon and ...
BHP threatens Aurizon contractsThe Australian Financial Review

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05/20/2018
Spanish bid tipped to win frigate design - 9news.com.au

The Australian

Spanish bid tipped to win frigate design
9news.com.au
A Spanish design for Australia's new fleet of frigates could be the cheapest option. Three foreign shipbuilders in the running to design Australia's new frigates are awaiting a decision expected in coming weeks. The UK's BAE Systems with its Type 26, ...
The Advertiser Editorial: Crucial choice to make SA ship shapeThe Advertiser

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05/20/2018
Property market 'cooling' - The Australian

The Australian

Property market 'cooling'
The Australian
There is a “national pattern” of cooling in the property market, with auction results slowing and clearance rates falling more than 10 percentage points over the past year. There were 2089 homes taken to auction in the past week, 60.3 per cent of which ...
Lending restrictions lead to a drop in Sydney's auction clearance rateDomain News
Half of Sydney homes fail to sell but 'no sign' of market bottomThe Australian Financial Review

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05/20/2018
Charter Hall, Vicinity offload smaller centres - The Australian

The Australian

Charter Hall, Vicinity offload smaller centres
The Australian
Listed groups Charter Hall Retail REIT and Vicinity Centres has sold almost $100 million worth of smaller shopping centres as they switch focus to higher value assets. In the larger deals, Charter Hall Retail REIT disposed of two shopping centres for a ...
Retail property investment sales reach $9 billionThe Sydney Morning Herald

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05/16/2018
Queensland jobless rate equal worst in the nation - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Queensland jobless rate equal worst in the nation
Brisbane Times
Queensland's jobless rate is the equal worst in the nation, official figures reveal. The unemployment rate in April rose to 6.5 per cent, up from 6.1 per cent, seasonally adjusted, with Queensland tied with Western Australia. More than 8000 fewer ...

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05/19/2018
Telstra: The next target of offshore 'activists'? - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Telstra: The next target of offshore 'activists'?
The Sydney Morning Herald
Could Telstra be the next target of offshore “activist” investors? The idea has been discussed at the highest levels of the company. Shareholder activism, one of the many misnomers in an industry full of them, refers to the breed of investors who build ...
Telstra's best hope is for the least-worst outlookThe Australian Financial Review

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05/20/2018
Vail Resorts, Inc. (MTN) EPS Estimated At $6.05 - KL Daily

KL Daily

Vail Resorts, Inc. (MTN) EPS Estimated At $6.05
KL Daily
May 20, 2018 - By Winifred Garcia. Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE:MTN) Logo Investors sentiment increased to 1.75 in 2017 Q4. Its up 0.67, from 1.08 in 2017Q3. It increased, as 29 investors sold Vail Resorts, Inc. shares while 83 reduced holdings. 78 funds ...
Breaking: Vail Resorts Inc (NYSE:MTN) Stock Through Resistance -- Technicals Hit Extreme StrengthCML News

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