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Top Stories

  • Billion dollar pledge
    Seventeen of America's richest people, including Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, junk bond pioneer Michael Milken and AOL co-founder Steve Case, have pledged to give away...
  • Swan backs small banks
    Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan has put his money where his mouth is on the big four banks - opening an account with a credit union.
  • Don't give up on the job hunt
    Start by asking loved ones for support, acknowledging your feelings and giving yourself a break.
  • Businesses count cost of deadly floods
    Businesses forced to close down or constrain their operations due to flooding in Queensland say the full cost won't be known until the disaster abates.
  • Should I buy before I go?
    Is now the time to fix your mortgage or to buy currency before heading overseas Justin Smirk asks.

Market News

  • $A lower on flood fears
    The Australian dollar was lower at noon on Monday as investors shrug off strong US data and continue to fret about the extent of the...
  • Stocks fall on flood driven contraction
    The Australian share market reversed course in morning trade, losing 0.3 per cent by noon as investors digested the possible economic effects of floods in...

Business News

  • Noble joins Aspire Mining share register
    Hong Kong-based commodities trading house Noble Group Ltd has snapped up a significant stake in junior coking coal explorer Aspire Mining Ltd.Shares in Perth-based Aspire...
  • Consumer prices up in December, survey
    Consumer prices rose in December, setting the scene for a sharp rise in the price of food in the wake of the Queensland floods.The TD...
  • Kennedy library puts archives online
    The John F Kennedy library has put thousands of papers, photographs and recordings of the former US president online to mark the 50th anniversary of...
  • Kennedy library puts archives online
    The John F Kennedy library has put thousands of papers, photographs and recordings of the former US president online to mark the 50th anniversary of...
  • Love of 4WDs continues despite lower sales
    Australia's love affair with four wheel drives is expected to continue despite sales falling to their lowest level in five years, economists say.Official figures released...


 

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