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Wednesday 17

October, 2018 4:38 PM

Nearly half the world lives on less than $5.50 a day: World Bank

17.10.2018 Despite progress in reducing extreme poverty, nearly half the world's population lives on less than $5.50 a day, with a rising share of the poor in wealthier economies, the World Bank said Wednesday..

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The Daily Fix - Inter-Market Analysis and Macro Insights

17.10.2018 Risk has come back into markets, and the bulls have wrestled back control..

CSL chairman hoses down share split talk

17.10.2018 CSL says there are no plans for a share split to boost liquidity and affordability of its sky-high stock, with the investor base already increased..

Optus faces $10m fine over premium content

17.10.2018 Optus faces a $10 million penalty after the consumer watchdog commenced court proceedings against the mobile firm for misleading customers..

Tobacco importation tax laws progress

17.10.2018 Draft federal legislation forcing tobacco importers to pay all duties and taxes at the border, bringing in an expected $3.7 billion, has passed the lower house..

CommSec Executive Series: Firetrail Investments MD

17.10.2018 We recently spoke with Firetrail Investments Managing Director....

Google offers compromise to avoid more EU Android fines

17.10.2018 Google said Tuesday it would charge manufacturers for apps in a compromise move to avoid more EU mega-fines.

18 Share Tips - 15 October 2018

15.10.2018 Buys, sells, and holds - 18 Share Tips for the week.

Macpac dresses up Super Retail Group

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The Graphene Promise - Disruptor or Disrupted

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Brexit and surrounding politics

15.10.2018 The analysis has three prongs. Only one would console the UK - but with a twist..

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