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Wednesday 18

January, 2017 4:49 PM




Rolls-Royce to pay £671 million in bribery settlement

18.01.2017 British engines manufacturer Rolls-Royce will pay £671 million in three countries to settle bribery and corruption claims, following a deal approved on Tuesday by a British judge..

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Trump touts new Wal-Mart, GM and Bayer-Monsanto investments

18.01.2017 President-elect Donald Trump Tuesday trumpeted a trio of major company announcements pledging additional investments in the United States.

Aurizon volumes steady in December quarter

18.01.2017 Rail freight operator Aurizon has reported slightly higher coal haulage volumes for the December quarter, while iron ore volumes have dipped slightly..


GDP fall weighing on consumers: Westpac

18.01.2017 Consumers' concerns about the 0.5 per cent fall in gross domestic product are keeping their confidence low, according to a new survey..

Trump to take office with dismal ratings -- except on jobs

18.01.2017 Donald Trump is poised to take office with the lowest approval ratings of any new president in recent history, but despite a chaotic transition Americans trust the billionaire on one crucial point: jobs..


Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm hit with US antitrust suit

18.01.2017 Mobile chip giant Qualcomm was hit Tuesday with a US antitrust suit alleging it abused its dominant position in the market for processors used in cell phones and other devices..

Wesfarmers has brighter mining outlook

18.01.2017 Wesfarmers has upgraded its earnings forecast for its coal mining business following improved production and higher coal prices..


18 Share Tips - 16 January 2017

16.01.2017 Buys, sells, and holds - 18 Share Tips for the week.

Stock to watch as personal debt climbs

16.01.2017 Demand for its services set to increase as more household budgets reach breaking point..


Bling's the thing as trinkets charm consumers

16.01.2017 Jewellery stocks cash in on 'mass-market luxury'.

Three childcare stocks to watch

16.01.2017 Property owners rather than operators are best way to play trend for conservative investors. .





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