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  1. Share market's 'seven-year' curse could strike in 2017

    ken_45 http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-21/share-market-seven-year-curse-could-bite-in-2017/8825788
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  2. U.S. Officially Launches Investigation of China’s IP Practices

    salvation By Andrew Mayeda U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer officially started a probe into China’s intellectual-property pract
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  3. Fed Starts to Wonder If Cornerstone Inflation Model Still Works

    sandune australia has inflation cost of energy insurance rates , government charges all rise no wage growth
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  4. Aussies invest $1b in US affordable housing but nothing at home

    salvation alleged madman v. the waffle-on that never makes a rational decision ... no contest add in the naivety on US bankruptcy laws , a
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  5. Trust changes to hit tax-minimising business owners: expert

    ken_45 http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-31/trust-changes-to-hit-tax-minimising-business-owners/8759514?section=business
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  6. This week in finance: Reporting season sets sail while RBA steady as she goes on rates and cuts forecasts

    ken_45 Friday's $24 billion dump on the ASX was not a promising omen for corporate Australia's full-year reporting season. Just what sp
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  7. Fed Balance Sheet Shifts Into Limelight Absent Rate Hike Urgency

    salvation If the Federal Reserve delivers any surprises at its meeting this week, they will probably come from news on when it plans to st
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  8. IMF Sees U.S. Fading as Global Growth Engine

    salvation By Andrew Mayeda The world is leaning less on its biggest economy to sustain the global recovery, according to the International
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  9. Citigroup picks Frankfurt as new EU hub after Brexit

    salvation 21.07.2017 12:39 PM Citigroup has picked Frankfurt as its headquarters for broker-dealer duties for EU countries after Brexit, a
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  10. Banks dodge one bullet, another yet to come

    ken_45 http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-19/banks-dodge-one-bullet-another-yet-to-come/8723066?section=business
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  11. Trump protectionism 'contagion' could hit Australia hard, Productivity Commission warns

    ken_45 http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-19/protectionism-contagion-could-hit-australia-hard/8722940?section=business
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  12. Surging Australian dollar and bank worries weigh on the ASX in $17 billion sell off

    GoldBug66 Surging Au $ overnight 1.2% , I am not aware of any major economic factors, other than formation of " Homeland Security Departm
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  13. Reserve Bank minutes: 'Neutral' interest rate rate around 3.5pc, Australian dollar surges

    GoldBug66 Housing boom is a pyramid scheme supported by Federal and State governments benefiting through taxes and pumped up by real estat
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  14. Australia's Central Bank Uses Obscure Rule to Justify Rate Stance

    pilots ###we are trapped in taxflation ( and all the wastrel government can do is raise and waste more tax-money )### WHAT!!!!!!!!!!! a
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  15. Fed Says Post-Crisis Rules May Sap Bond-Market Liquidity

    salvation By Craig Torres and Christopher Condon The Federal Reserve acknowledged that post-crisis financial regulations may be crimping b
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  16. 85,000 people apply for just 30 banking jobs in Italy

    HappyBear Krueger if I want to hear constant ranting about internal and external threats I don't get it from the government I just log in
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  17. Bank of England staff vote to hold 1st strike in over 50 years

    ken_45 Trade union members at the Bank of England, Britain's central bank, have voted for what could be the first strike action by staf
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  18. China opens $10 trillion bond market to foreign investors

    ken_45 China on Monday widened access to its $10 trillion bond market, which analysts said will boost Beijing's drive to internationali
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  19. France's Peugeot PSA wins EU approval to buy General Motor's German unit Opel

    Ashjb Now Opels can be unreliable in addition to boring and ugly :/
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  20. Germany, China sign giant deal ahead of G-20 summit

    ken_45 Germany and China signed a raft of key economic deals as the leaders of the both countries pledged to carry bilateral ties to a
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  21. Eight rate hikes in two years? Our economy should be so lucky!

    salvation The new census data released on Tuesday should infuriate young Australians because it shows definitively how the housing market
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  22. Trump to Press Trade Deficits in Autos, Steel With Korea's Moon

    Surandy " Trump cannot ever revive the American auto industry because no one on earth who knows anything about cars buys inferior overpr
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  23. Sweden Squirrels Away Cash Ahead of Demographic Time Bomb

    salvation Scandinavia’s biggest economy has so much money it’s now looking to take care of the next generation. The Swedish government pub
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  24. ECB Sets Record Straight After Draghi's Reflation Talk Sparked a Sell-off

    salvation Global central bankers are coalescing around the message that the cost of money is headed higher -- and markets had better get u
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  25. ECB recommends amending Article 22 of its Statute

    salvation 23 June 2017 Governing Council decides to recommend amendment to Article 22 of Statute Amendment to provide legal basis for Euro
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  26. DJ ... Hard To Identify Immediate Threats to NZD -- Market Talk

    salvation 0123 GMT - It's a bit surprising to see the New Zealand dollar test new highs against its US counterpart in light of some correc
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  27. Weak inflation erodes conviction at Fed on rate hikes

    salvation By Ann Saphir and Lindsay Dunsmuir | DALLAS/WASHINGTON When the Federal Reserve raised rates earlier this week, Fed Chair Janet
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  28. Teenagers have stopped getting summer jobs – why?

    krueger The unfortunate Australians working for the likes of seven eleven and hungry jacks in Australia are rumoured to be being paid a
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  29. Rickmers reaches the end of the line

    salvation FRESH from celebrating the successful merger of Hapag-Lloyd and United Arab Shipping Co, the city of Hamburg is faced with its b
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  30. Greek Debt Relief Could Lead to Deferral of €123 Billion to Creditors

    salvation By Katherine Filippeos - Jun 2, 2017 A forecast made by Germany’s Finance Ministry says that a Greek debt relief scenario that
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  31. Japan, short on babies, reaches a worrisome milestone

    salvation By JONATHAN SOBLE - The New York Times - Saturday, June 3, 2017 TOKYO — Since Japan began counting its newborns more than a cent
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  32. Tax burdens prompt more Americans to ditch their citizenship

    salvation Darla Mercado - CNBC - Saturday, June 3, 2017 Americans abroad have just about had it with Uncle Sam's tax filing requirements.
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  33. Genuine Bank Instruments Provider..(BG/SBLC/LC/DLC/MTN)

    financecomp101 We are a Finance Industry Company professionals focused on providing Bank Instruments specifically for lease/purchase such as Ba
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  34. Greek State Debt went up to €326.5 Bln

    salvation not yet but you can see the gap closing ( in an unpleasant way ) plenty of negative news to come from the US and the big media w
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  35. TPP countries agree to explore options for trade deal without U.S.

    krueger Will the eleven remaining nations have the combined courage to pull out of the U.N. conventions on marijuana and end all human r
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  36. Australia's Gay Marriage Fail Hands New Zealand a Wedding Windfall

    HappyBear My sax teachers early on gave me Macron dreams too.
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  37. New Zealand Population Surges Most Since World Turmoil of 1974

    matt d Wacker Americans will be welcomed. Provided they check their egos at the door...
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  38. Brisbane apartment builder CMF Projects goes into voluntary administration

    gvenso When sellers outnumber buyers the price will drop to where the buyers feel confident they are onto a good thing. Port Hedland 75
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  39. Firms that overwork staff named and shamed

    salvation Japan has taken the unprecedented step of naming more than 300 firms that the authorities accuse of violating labour laws, to he
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  40. Mexico Flies to Argentina as Trump Stirs Nafta Uncertainty

    salvation by Jonathan Gilbert and Adam Williams Mexican government officials and executives from 16 industry groups will travel to Argent
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  41. OECD confirms Greece's high tax wedge

    salvation 20 April 2017 The increased tax burden in Greece has been attributed to hikes in income tax and social security contributions of
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  42. BoG: State Generating More Debt Than it Is Repaying

    salvation Greece didn't have much choice ( apart from leaving the EU ) and obviously officially defaulting . not such a pretty place the g
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  43. A German view of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

    salvation Angela Stanzel twitter-icon @angela_stanzel 21st April, 2017 On 23 March this year the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AII
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  44. Markets Start to Ponder the $13 Trillion Gorilla in the Room

    HappyBear Doesn't matter much. If they were dodgy npls mixed in MBS just run them to maturity. The banks who hold shares... Not the us fed
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  45. Larry Fink: ‘Warning Signs Are Getting Darker’ for the U.S. Economy

    sandune the system is one big ponzie scheme not if but when it fails?
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  46. Stop Pretending on Greek Debt

    salvation Greece and its creditors say they’ve made progress in their endless negotiations over the country’s debts -- enough to avoid a d
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  47. Japanese Investors Are Dumping a Record Amount of French Bonds Ahead of the Election

    salvation Japanese investors dumped a record amount of French bonds in February, rattled by the rising popularity of far-right candidate M
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  48. Mr Xi a champion of Globalisation.

    salvation U.S. President Donald Trump is considering an executive order to launch a trade investigation that could lead to supplemental du
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  49. Two of Wall Street's Biggest Names Are Sounding the Alarm on the U.S. Economy

    salvation by Sabrina Willmer Two of Wall Street’s most influential CEOs -- Larry Fink and Jamie Dimon -- are raising warning flags over th
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