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Reffind Ltd- Building Customer Base

Building customer base: Reffind Ltd (ASX: RFN) continues to expand its client base and recently signed four major clients (Clayton Utz, Health Connex, ME Bank and Best IT Engineering) in Australia to boost internal referrals for new hires. 442 more words

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IRESSt My Case

Some of you correctly read between the lines of David Langsam’s (Biotech Daily) perfunctory reporting last week, and ascertained that I was pissed off at him. 444 more words


4 Dec 2015 (TheAge) - Wages are weak, so why is spending lifting?

(4 December 2015, The Age, BusinessDay, p24, Clancy Yeates, Banking reporter,  View more articles from Clancy Yeates)

‘…This week’s national accounts showed household spending after inflation rose 0.7 per cent in the quarter and a solid 2.7 per cent in the year, which CommSec pointed was close to a tad below its average of 2.8 per cent during the past 10 years.’ 17 more words

1.Market Observations

Two days after CommSec's lunch time office boot camp session

Is that it? I’m going to try and stand up. My thighs are fu*king burning. Fu*k’n boot camp. Who’s idea was that? Was it yours Narelle? 38 more words

Market Updates

The market never sleeps, maybe it got two, three hours tops

I need a Berroca. Why does trivia drag on sooo long.  I don’t even know why we go. The Barack-O-Parmas always win anyway. Sod it, so the Euro Stexx, Stoxx, Staxx what ever was down…


26 Sept 2015 (AFR) - CommSec back in the black with $77m profit

(26 September 2015, AFR, p40, by Clancy Yeates)

‘Higher share trading volumes helped the country’s biggest online broking firm, CommSec, deliver a $77 million profit and solid revenue growth last financial year. 40 more words

1.Market Observations

Article of interest re Land Supply; Growth; Brisbane Vacancy Rates

Queensland discussion regarding theoverdue for a growth spurt as at 22-5-15

A quick glance at the numbers makes for exciting reading for Queensland investors. Since 2009, dwelling values in Brisbane have only risen by 7.7%, compared to the massive 59.1% increase in Sydney and 52% increase in Melbourne.

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