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15 June 2017 (AFR) - Commodity prices likely to be softer, due to China

(15 June 2017, AFR, p40, by Alexandra Cain)

‘Mining commodity prices are expected to decline over the next 12 months, largely as a result of slowing demand from China. 58 more words

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13 Mar 2017 (TheAge) - $22.3 billion in 10 weeks: Australia can look forward to bumper dividends

(13 March 2017, The Age, BusinessDay, p22, Myriam Robin)

‘With wage growth at an 18-year low, corporate profits could prove one of the few growing sources of income for Australians. 77 more words

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CommSec highlights importance of residential construction to Qld economy

The latest State of the States report from CommSec highlights the current importance of residential construction to the health of the Queensland economy. As reported by John McCarthy in today’s… 585 more words


Know that @CommBank have no approval to use the word: Commonwealth!

I was discussing this with my fellow nobels cause as you see M8747409 my passport which has over 250yrs history logged on it in various articles including weddings to prince charles son as Stephanie Rose Cipher and Again with myself and Harry standing as two males as the photographs anyone can see by going to DFAT and typing in that passport which is a multinational passport, it isn’t any one countries articles on there cause I have unlike believed travelled abroad and the fact an Australia Citizen can’t and won’t even recognise there own monarchs wedding when it was stylised as gay or once when it was lesbian which is still wait for what legitimises gay marriage in the UK and the commonwealth of nations anyway with the light of it rolling through history. 299 more words

2nd 22nd Century

The Price is Left - Idiot Economics at its Finest

One has to wonder if there are any competent economic journalists left in the media.

This whiffy offering was served up in yesterday’s West Australian by its economics editor, Shane Wright: 1,284 more words

Bad Journalism

CBA Hit with Fines by ASIC

The ABC have reported that Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s brokerage arm CommSec have been fined by Australian Securities and Investment Commission for contravening the Corporations act for disclosure and procedural breaches. 112 more words