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December, 2016 7:03 AM

Week Ahead

02.12.2016 Week two of the summer tsunami beckons ? a fortnight where almost 20 key economic events are scheduled. .

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Retail spending encourages economists

02.12.2016 Economists have been cautiously encouraged by news of the third consecutive solid monthly rise in retail spending in October..

Bellamy's shares tank on Chinese woes

02.12.2016 Bellamy's shares have dropped almost 44 per cent after the company said weaker China sales would affect its revenue for the year..

Caterpillar: Wall Street too bullish on company for 2017

02.12.2016 Caterpillar warned Thursday that Wall Street's 2017 earnings targets for the industrial equipment company are too lofty despite some hopeful signs for its business, including higher commodity prices..

Hard to justify car tariffs: SA treasurer

02.12.2016 When Australia's car manufacturing industry is gone, the imported car tariffs designed to protect it should go as well, SA's treasurer will tell a COAG meeting..

Companies leaving US will face 'consequences': Trump

02.12.2016 US President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday warned American firms wanting to relocate abroad that they will face punishment, as he announced a deal with air conditioning manufacturer Carrier to keep jobs in the country..

ResMed loses in Fisher &Paykel; dispute

02.12.2016 Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has secured an early victory in a German court over a patent dispute with Resmed..

18 Share Tips - 28 November 2016

28.11.2016 Buys, sells, and holds - 18 Share Tips for the week.

Three income stocks that offer better value

28.11.2016 Commodity bulls creating opportunities in other sectors as prices fall..

Have Gold Miners Been Trumped?

28.11.2016  the price of gold is still up close to 10% year over year and the big name ASX gold miners have fared well. .

Construction slump points to cooling economy

28.11.2016 Construction accounts for one dollar in seven of Australia?s total economic activity, making this week?s construction numbers a big deal..

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