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Company profits fell almost six per cent in 2014, a sign the economy is struggling and more rate cuts are likely.
Capital city house prices have continued risi…
An investment property can be used as a stepp…
Our millionaire club swelled from 400,000 in November 2013 to 443,500 in October 2014 - a 10.8 per cent year-on-year growth and the fastest increase in five years to 2014. More »
The contraction of Australia's manufacturing sector has intensified, with lacklustre domestic demand offsetting the benefits of a weaker Australian dollar. More »
Global furniture giant Ikea has announced the launch of desks, tables and lamps that will wirelessly charge phones and other devices. More »
Automotive Holdings launches off the line
Aust Share Market Outlook - 02/03/15, 09:10am EST
optionsXpress Morning Market Update - Feb 27 2015
Aust Share Market Outlook - 27/02/15, 09:10am EST
The share market has closed higher ahead of a rate decision by the Reserve Bank.
Europe's main markets closed mostly higher, with Frankfurt and London hitting new records.
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