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December, 201610:58 PM




China imports rise 6.7% on-year in November: govt

08.12.2016 China imports rose a forecast-beating 6.7 percent year-on-year in November, government data showed Thursday, in a positive sign for the world's second-largest economy. .

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Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour

08.12.2016 Australia Post boss Ahmed Fahour says Australia's e-commerce trade focuses too much on the domestic market rather than exports..

Apple Music attracts 20 million subscribers

08.12.2016 Apple's streaming service says it has reached 20 million subscribers, showing quick growth as the tech titan tries to close in on sector leader Spotify..


Recession fears as trade deficit blows out

08.12.2016 Falling commodity export volumes and a shock rise in capital good imports in October blew out the trade deficit and increased concerns about a recession..

Bellamy's trade update sparks ASX query

08.12.2016 Bellamy's has been quizzed by the ASX over the timing of a shock market update that revealed a downturn in China sales..


Time runs out for smartwatch pioneer Pebble

08.12.2016 Smartwatch pioneer Pebble announced Wednesday it was shutting down, with tech wearables giant Fitbit acquiring some of its assets including key personnel..

The November bond market sell-off

08.12.2016 As widely observed in the media, Government bond yields in the US and Australia have been rising. This means bond prices have fallen, since the US election..


18 Share Tips - 5 December 2016

05.12.2016 Buys, sells, and holds - 18 Share Tips for the week.

One turnaround stock to watch

05.12.2016 Signs that Myer's mojo and share value is returning..


How to take some risk out of your portfolio

05.12.2016 Newcomers to share market investing concerned about risk quickly learn the ?holy grail? of reducing investment risk is diversification..

Don't expect a rerun of the Asian Financial Crisis

05.12.2016 Asian currencies hit a seven year low in November, on Donald Trump's election....





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