The Bull

Wednesday 20

February, 2019 4:27 PM

Thomas Hudson

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  • Samoa to receive additional economic support from ADB

    It may turn out to be somewhat of a good thing that China and the West are vying for the attention of countries in the Asia Pacific region, as it means they are finding themselves in a better bargaining position when it comes to asking for financial

  • US' new ambassador to Australia may help strengthen ties

    With bilateral ties becoming more important than ever in the wake of serious worldwide volatility, the news that the US has confirmed its new ambassador to Australia, Arthur Culvahouse, received a positive reception in many quarters.

  • Unhappy customers to interrupt Bestjet creditors meeting

    The collapse of budget airline Bestjet has attracted plenty of criticism from across the board for a lack of preparedness regarding its finances, and with creditors convening on Wednesday to discuss who needs remunerating and in what order, customers

  • Analysts voice concern for world markets

    Overall, 2018 has been one of the most difficult years in a while as far as world economies are concerned. With a host of political uncertainties undermining efforts for many nations to grow, analysts are now worried that 2019 could lead to even more

  • Green loan principles could boost Australian green bonds

    With climate finance now in a position to be as attractive to investors as ever, there is scope for the sector to propel itself into the mainstream. As more consumers start expecting a certain level of involvement with and attention to climate invest

  • ASIC pushes for court orders over AMP investigation

    The fallout from the Royal Commission inquiry into financial misconduct is continuing for wealth management fund AMP, which is currently facing another round of grueling questioning from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

  • Cash Converters faces new malpractice claims

    The fallout from the Royal Commission inquiry was supposed to show that the companies involved had learned from their errors and that these issues were not to occur again. However, major lender Cash Converters is set to face additional scrutiny after

  • Australian mortgage brokers to fight back against new regulations

    Much of the fallout from the Royal Commission inquiry into financial misconduct has so far focused on the so-called Australian Big Four banks as well as wealth investment funds. However, some of the affected businesses that feel threatened by the loo

  • RBA vindicated by Australian jobs and wages growth

    Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has found itself emboldened by a period of strong job growth in the country, which, when coupled with good wage growth, has allowed it to keep interest rates steady for now.

  • Australian ministers blast profit levels of power companies

    The big Australian power companies came under fire from senior ministers over the weekend as the government considers introducing stricter regulations and frameworks to reduce the amount of profit that these companies are allowed to make.

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