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Tuesday 30

August, 2016 1:10 PM




Driverless taxi firm eyes operations in 10 cities by 2020

30.08.2016 A US software firm which chose Singapore for the world's first public trial of driverless taxis hopes to be operating in 10 Asian and US cities by 2020, an executive said Monday. .

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Consumers glum on economy, not on finances

30.08.2016 Consumer confidence has fallen on the back of pessimism about the wider economic outlook, but ANZ says it's still at its highest level since late 2013..

Apple sued over iPhone 6 touch-screen freezes

30.08.2016 A lawsuit filed in Silicon Valley federal court over the weekend accuses Apple of knowingly selling defective iPhone 6 models with screens that stop responding to touch..


EU insists 'ball still rolling' on US trade deal

30.08.2016 The European Commission Monday insisted talks on a huge US free trade agreement were on track, rejecting German claims that irreconcilable differences had left the deal dead in the water..

Surfstitch shares in trough on loss

30.08.2016 Falling earnings and writedowns have widened Surfstitch's full-year net loss by more than 200 per cent..


US consumer spending manages to excite

30.08.2016 The DXY US Dollar index pared back all of yesterday?s gains as markets look to be steadily adjusting into a holding pattern as they await the non-farm payrolls report on Friday..

More beds lift Ramsay Health profit 16.8%

30.08.2016 Ramsay Health Care, Australia's largest private hospital operator, has lifted full-year profit 16.8 per cent to $450.3 million..


18 Share Tips - 29 August 2016

29.08.2016 Buys, sells, and holds - 18 Share Tips for the week.

Is it time to sell these stocks?

29.08.2016 Dont bail out too soon on these three high performers by confusing price with value..


Dividends -- Sometimes They Come Back

29.08.2016 Companies pay dividends to shareholders not out of some altruistic instinct, but rather to attract more investors to buy the stock, driving up the price. .

Not on struggle street yet, but mortgage stress risk is rising

29.08.2016 Newly released analysis from Roy Morgan reaffirms that it is the lowest-income households that face the highest mortgage stress..



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