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  • Five charts to keep an eye on regarding the global economy
    by feedsy on September 20, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    Dr Shane OliverHead of Investment Strategy and Economics and Chief Economist(AMP Capital) 20, Sept 2018   Key points Whether a recession is imminent or not in the US, and more broadly globally, is critically important in terms of whether a major bear market in shares is on the way. Five key global charts to watch […]

  • 10 negotiating tips for your next conversation about pay
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    Money & Life(Financial Planning Association of Australia) Do your homework for your next pay rise conversation with these ten tips to help you prepare your case and boost your chances of getting the right result. In 2017, even Reserve Bank Chief Philip Lowe was encouraging Australians to be more confident and courageous in asking for a pay […]

  • Terror drones years away: cops
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    Caroline Schelle(Australian Associated Press)   Drones monitoring crowds for terror threats are one or two years away from being deployed, Victoria Police’s counter terrorism boss says. The new technology will keep an eagle eye on crowds at major events as part of the latest counter-terrorism policy revealed by Assistant Commissioner Ross Guenther on Wednesday. “Being […]

  • Super – know your rights
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    Money & Life(Financial Planning Association of Australia)   Unpaid super isn’t something to be taken lightly. No matter who you work for, it’s their responsibility to make payments to you under the super guarantee. Find out more about how much super you should be getting, how often and what to do if there’s a problem. […]

  • Australian Gateway to the final frontier
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    (Australian Associated Press)   With the mining boom having peaked and car manufacturing heading offshore, Australia should look to the stars – and one Gold Coast company is leading the way. “We’re in the middle of a worldwide space renaissance, and Australia – Queensland in particular – is primed to take flight,” says Adam Gilmour, […]

  • Territory passes PM’s ‘have a go’ test
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    Marnie Banger(Australian Associated Press)   Scott Morrison may be proud of his history of stopping migrant boats from coming to Australia, but he believes an ancient boat ramp built by Indonesian traders on the coast of the Northern Territory is a symbol of the region’s enterprising history. The prime minister has told an event in […]

  • One-in-six Aussies has multiple jobs
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    Marnie Banger(Australian Associated Press)   More than one-in-six Australian workers is holding down more than one job. The number of people who had a job during 2015-16 was 13.3 million, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday. But 15 per cent of those workers had more than one job at […]

  • Westpac customers get to bank via Siri
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    Alex Druce(Australian Associated Press)   Westpac customers will soon be able to tell Siri to do their banking for them as the lender rolls out voice control for its iPhone app. The launch of Siri for Westpac in the next few days – an extension of the bank’s iPhone app – will allow customers to […]

  • Tough penalties for tax-dodging software
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    (Australian Associated Press)   Companies which make, use or supply tax-dodging software will face severe penalties after laws to crackdown on the black economy were rubber-stamped in federal parliament. The legislation was given the tick in the lower house on Tuesday after clearing the Senate on Monday, meaning people found to be creating or distributing […]

  • Expensive cars not always safest: minister
    by feedsy on September 19, 2018 at 11:14 am

    Hannah Higgins(Australian Associated Press)   Two used utes had a head-on collision – one driver walked away unhurt while the other’s head smashed into the steering wheel, with the impact likely killing them. Luckily though, it was only a test. Similar in make, price and age there was a key difference between the two vehicles […]

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