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February, 2016 8:55 AM

EU leaders not happy with Brexit offer

05.02.2016 No European leaders are satisfied so far with proposals for a deal to keep Britain in the EU, which Prime Minister David Cameron hopes to secure at a summit this month, sources close to the negotiations told AFP..

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Telstra buys more spectrum for $190m

05.02.2016 Telecom giant Telstra has spent $190 million on buying more spectrum to improve its mobile network..

Obama floats $10-a-barrel oil tax

05.02.2016 US President Barack Obama on Thursday proposed a controversial $10-a-barrel tax on oil firms to pay for much needed infrastructure improvements..

A new variable into top-down views ? DXY moves

05.02.2016 A new variable into top-down views ? DXY moves. The USD basket has lost 3.2% since the close on Friday and 2.3% in two days, with Wednesday being the worst single day in DXY in seven years..

Bank of England cuts UK growth forecasts, holds rates

05.02.2016 The Bank of England cut its economic growth forecasts on Thursday and left interest rates at a record-low, as policymakers fretted over slumping oil prices and the darkening global outlook..

US factory orders fall 2.9% in December

05.02.2016 New US factory orders slumped in December, fresh evidence of the weakness in the manufacturing sector hit by a strong dollar and slowing economies, official data showed Thursday..

REA half year profit up 28%

05.02.2016 REA Group has reported a strong lift in its half year earnings as its Australian customers pay more to list properties on

Infrastructure stocks to cash in on big-city congestion in long run

01.02.2016 Sydney Airport and Transurban have monopoly assets that will benefit from population growth..

18 Share Tips - 1 February 2016

01.02.2016 Buys, sells, and holds - 18 Share Tips for the week.

IPOs to Watch in 2016

01.02.2016 Why would any sane investor consider taking a chance on an IPO?.

60 Reasons Why Oil Investors Should Hang On

01.02.2016 OPEC increased production in 2015 to multiyear highs, principally in Saudi Arabia and Iraq where production between the two added 1.5 million barrels per day (mb/d) to inventories after the no cut stance was adopted. .

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