Turkey, Syria Hit By Deadly Magnitude 7.9 Earthquake

A major earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck central Turkey and northwest Syria on Monday, killing about 300 people and injuring hundreds as buildings collapsed across the region, triggering searches for survivors in the rubble.

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Turkey, Syria Hit By Deadly Magnitude 7.9 Earthquake

A major earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck central Turkey and northwest Syria on Monday, killing about 300 people and injuring hundreds as buildings collapsed across the region, triggering searches for survivors in the rubble.

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Who Is Chatgpt’s New Rival?

Google owner Alphabet Inc on Monday said it will launch a chatbot service and more artificial intelligence for its search engine as well as developers, an answer to Microsoft Corp in their rivalry to lead a new wave of computing.

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Why Is Democratic Senator Urging Apple And Google To Ban Tiktok?

TikTok, owned by China's ByteDance, should be removed from app stores run by Apple Inc and Alphabet's Google because the short video social media app poses a risk to national security, Senator Michael Bennet, a Democrat on the intelligence committee, said in a letter dated Thursday.

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Why are mining companies facing growth dilemma?

High costs and the prospect of shrinking earnings have made big miners nervous about expansion, even as shareholders demand investment in response to robust commodity prices, China's reopening and the role of minerals in decarbonising the economy.

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What Is Rebalancing And Why It's Important?

Rebalancing is the process of realigning the weightings of a financial asset portfolio. Rebalancing involves buying and selling resources in a portfolio on a regular basis to maintain a specific or desired level of resource designation or risk.

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Why Is India’s Adani Group In Massive Debt Controversy?

In this video, we will examine India’s one of the biggest conglomerates Adani Group in debt levels controversy. Adani Group firms lost $11 billion in market capitalisation on Wednesday. A New York-based Hindenburg Research flagged concerns in a report about debt levels and the use of tax havens. Ada

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Why Is Australia’s Consumer Watchdog Targeting Social Media Influencers

The ACCC has this week started a sweep to identify misleading testimonials and endorsements by social media influencers. It will also look at more than 100 influencers mentioned in over 150 tip-offs from consumers who responded to the ACCC’s Facebook post asking for information.

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Which 3 ASX penny stocks are raising capital for growth?

There are two ways of fundraising practised in the business world: equity funding and debt funding. Today will look at 3 ASX penny stocks that are raining funds for growth. Native Mineral Resources (ASX: NMR) announced that the company had received commitments from sophisticated and professional inv

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How are regulators working on protecting digital assets from collapse? ll Kalkine Media

In today’s show we will look how international and US regulators are working on protecting digital assets. An industry body set out a global framework on Thursday for trading derivatives linked to cryptoassets to avoid FTX-style collapses sowing confusion over ownership. US Democratic Senators Eliza

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ASX set to open higher. Viva Energy approval to buy Coles Express ll Kalkine Media

The Australian share market looks set to open higher today. Viva Energy Group today confirms it has received ACCC and FIRB approval for Coles Express. ResMed revenue increased by 16% to $1.03 billion US. Tyro offers due diligence to Potentia.

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Which ASX stocks are on investors' radar on Friday?

In today’s show we will look how the Australian share market opened higher. Fortescue’s iron ore shipments of 49.4 million tonnes in the second quarter of 2023. Origin Energy expects energy markets underlying earnings to be between $600 million and $730 million. Select Harvests said the quality of t

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What is the difference between Crypto Coins and Tokens?

Cryptocurrencies, also known as digital or virtual currencies, have been gaining popularity in recent years. Two common types of cryptocurrencies are coins and tokens. While they may seem similar at first glance, there are important differences between the two.

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Blockchain Use Cases That Extend Beyond Crypto

If you look at the Growth of Blockchain, you would see that the technology only rose to popularity due to its link with the ground-breaking aspect that is Bitcoin. Bitcoin and Blockchain were two concepts that were used identically by many people throughout the world until recently.

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Snow go: New York City's winter is missing the white stuff

Although an epic blizzard hit western New York state just after Christmas, the Big Apple itself has gone 230 days without snow, according to the National Weather Service. It is now approaching the record latest snow for the city - Jan. 29, which dates back to 1973.

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What’s the latest buzz in the global IPO market?

Today, we will look at the latest announcements from the international IPO market. Dubai’s stock exchange is expanding private sector listings and boosting access for both institutional and retail investors. Volkswagen’s energy and charging division is looking at a possible listing, the division’s c

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Which ASX penny stocks from the food and beverages sector to explore?

Today, we are covering ASX penny stocks from the food and beverages sector. Restaurant Brands New Zealand total sales for the fourth quarter to 31 December 2022 increased to $332.0 million. Yellowtail Kingfish producer Clean Seas Seafood provided a business update for the second quarter of the 2023

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Rate hikes loom as inflation surges ll Trending News

Australian inflation shot to a 33-year high last quarter as the cost of travel and electricity jumped, a shock result that adds to the case for the country's central bank to raise interest rates again next month.

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Australia limits alcohol sales in Alice Springs amid crime wave ll Trending News

Australia will limit the sale of alcohol and consider wider bans to control spiralling alcohol-fuelled violence in Alice Springs.

Binance under investigation for possible money laundering with Bitzlato ll Kalkine Media

According to Reuters crypto giant Binance processed almost $346 million of Bitcoin for the Bitzlato digital currency exchange,vm who was arrested in the US authorities last week for allegedly running a “money laundering engine”. Watch this report for latest updates in crypto space.

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Choppy morning for the ASX; News Corp, Woodside, Accent in news

Today, we will look at how the benchmark index was edging higher despite ASX futures pointing to a fall at the open. According to an exclusive Reuter's report, News Corp is in talks to sell its stake in Move Inc. Mineral Resources said it produced 7,418 tonnes of lithium hydroxide. Woodside has post

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ASX to fall; Fox merger with News Corp ll Kalkine Media

Australian shares were expected to fall at open this morning. The Fox merger with News Corp is off. WiseTech Global today announced its acquisition of Envase Technologies and AMP will take impairments of $68 million in its financial 2022 results.

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UK employers urge Sunak to act urgently on growth reforms

Britain is falling behind its peers in the race to spur economic growth and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak must act now to boost investment, fix a lack of workers and avoid chaos over post-Brexit rules, the head of an employers group said on Monday, January 23.

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Why Is China Still The Biggest Driver Of Oil Prices?

Oil prices jumped over $88 a barrel on Monday, continuing last week's gains, on the backdrop of a better forecast due to an anticipated economic rebound in top oil importer China this year. According to Reuters, Brent oil was up 0.48 per cent to $88.05 a barrel at 10:25 GMT, while West Texas Interme

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What is the future of cryptocurrency regulations in 2023 and beyond?

Proponents of stricter regulations argue that cryptocurrency can be used for illegal activities such as money laundering and fraud. They argue that these activities can be prevented or at least limited through proper regulations, similar to those in traditional finance.

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Shell To Offer Additional Gas Delivery For Australian Customers In 2023

British multinational oil and gas company Shell Plc says its QGC business, which develops methane reserves within Queensland, plans to offer additional gas for the Australian market.

Why have eggs been so expensive this year in the US?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) should examine high egg prices for signs of price gouging from top egg companies, a farm group said, as Americans continue to pay more than ever for the household staple. The latest concern is eggs, the price of which was up 138% in December from a year prior, to $

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Which 3 ASX penny stocks have announced exciting new deals?

In today's video, we cover three penny stocks that have signed exciting new deals and contracts. Grand Gulf Energy (ASX: GGE) provided an update regarding the forthcoming potential company-making pure helium well Jesse-2. Unith (ASX: UNT) signed an agreement with NVISO to integrate behavioural analy

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Leaked Documents Spill Major Rule Changes For Crypto

A leaked document has revealed banks will be required to treat crypto as among the riskiest class of holdings, intended to bring European Union bank capital rules in line with international norms. Watch this video for more. 

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NSW motorists to cash in on toll relief ll Trending News

A new toll rebate scheme for eligible NSW drivers starts today. World News with in-depth analysis – trusted & transparent! Kalkine Media is on a mission to empower its viewers with quality news coverage from across the globe. Tune into Kalkine Media’s LIVE market news coverage, exclusive corporate

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How are technology stocks leading ASX up, in line with Wall Street? ll Kalkine Media

Today, we will look at how Australian shares opened higher on Tuesday, in line with Wall Street's overnight surge. The ASX 200 index was up 0.3% to 7,480 points, by 10:20am AEDT. The Australian dollar was steady at 70.3 US cents. Evolution Mining remains on track to deliver FY23 production and cost

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ASX to open higher. Myer’s sales up 24.8% ll Kalkine Media

Australian shares were set to open higher this morning. Kogan.com has reduced inventory in-warehouse by 39.0% since 30 June 2022. Myer’s total sales grew by 24.8 per cent and Flight Centre Travel Group announce new chief executive officer.

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South32 Sees Shipping Delays Tying Up Cash In Inventory

Australian diversified miner South32 Ltd on Monday reported production of key commodities that largely met expectations but noted that shipping snarls had led to an inventory buildup, impacting working capital. In its quarterly report, South32 met coal, aluminium and copper forecasts and slightly ex

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Why Is The Us Strengthening Its Organic Food Rule

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Program announced the Enhancing Organic Enforcement final rule on January 18, 2023. This reform to the USDA organic laws increases control and compliance with organic food production, handling, and sale.

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How are ASX technology penny stocks faring after the bloodbath in 2022?

Today’s video will look at three ASX-listed technology penny stocks. DUG Technology (ASX: DUG) has agreed a US$3.2M deal to provide its class-leading interpretation software to Brazilian-based Petrobras. Harris Technology Group (ASX: HT8) has provided its activity report for the December 2022 quarte

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Brazil and Argentina to discuss common currency ll Trending News

A common currency between Brazil and Argentina is set to be discussed at a summit in Buenos Aires this week. Brazil suggests calling the new currency ‘sur’.

Who is the new king in the crypto market?

Shiba Inu was the most popular crypto token over the past week, according to an on-chain analytics firm. Shiba Inu, also known as SHIB, has witnessed a tremendous spike in popularity among new crypto wallets created in the recent past. Watch this report for more. 

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ASX to open higher; Sezzle revenue up 15.7% ll Kalkine Media

Australian shares were expected to open higher this morning. South32 says first half operating unit costs are expected to be in-line or below FY23 guidance. Sezzle says revenue for December increased 15.7% on the prior year and Duratec has been awarded a $100 million contract.

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Here’s how energy and technology stocks are leading ASX up today ll Kalkine Media

Today, we will look at how Australian shares opened higher on Monday, buoyed by the energy and tech sectors. Most sectors were higher led by industrials, energy firms and technology. Ramelius Resources has deferred the stage three open pit extension at its Edna May operations due to higher operating

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Can China’s Gaming Market Get Back On Track After Reopening

China's end to a sweeping crackdown on its video games market is expected to breathe life back into the battered industry this year, but remaining restrictions on some content and economic headwinds will limit the extent of the recovery.

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What Is The Salary Of Uber & Lyft Drivers In New York

According to Salary.com, the average Uber driver's income in New York is $44,302 as of December 27, 2022. However, the range frequently falls between $36,802 and $54,102. According to Glassdoor, the projected salary for an Uber/Lyft Driver in New York City is $46,642 per year, with an average wage o

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Why are Bass Oil and Pivotal Systems responding to an ASX query?

Pivotal Systems Corporation (ASX: PVS) responded to a query. The company announced on 13 January 2023 they were in discussions with Mr Hoffman for him to remain on the Board beyond his original planned retirement date of 31 December 2022. Bass Oil (ASX: BAS) is replying to an ASX query regarding the

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Why are consumers still buying high-priced P&G products? ll Kalkine Media

Tide detergent maker Procter & Gamble Co raised its full-year sales forecast on Thursday and said it plans to continue raising prices despite a drop in sales volumes, warning that high commodity costs were pressuring profits. P&G's sales volumes fell 6% in its second quarter ended Dec. 31, led by de

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Super Retail Group faces legal action over worker pay ll Trending News

Australian retailer Super Retail Group said on Friday the country's industrial relations watchdog had filed proceedings against it related to staff underpayment.

ASX opens flat; Perpetual, Whitehaven, Pro Medicus rises ll Kalkine Media

Australian shares were flat on Friday, which is not a bad for local markets, considering a drop in global markets was seen overnight. Fears of global recession mounted with U.S Federal Reserve officials maintaining a hawkish rate hike stance. The ASX 200 was unchanged at 7,435 points at 10:12am AEDT

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ASX to edge lower; Whitehaven Coal earnings to quadruple

Australian shares were set to edge lower this morning. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation expects full year operating revenue of approximately $1.55 billion to $1.60 billion. City Chic Collective report group sales revenue is expected to be down and Whitehaven Coal expects its first half 2023 ea

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Why Can’t Most People Keep Up With New Year’s Resolutions

A New Year’s resolution is a ritual, most widespread in the Western World but also present in the Eastern World, in which a person decides to maintain good habits, modify an undesirable characteristic or behaviour, achieve a personal goal, or otherwise improve their behaviour at the start of a new

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Tencent, Netease Shares Rise As China Gaming Crackdown Eases

Shares of Tencent Holdings, the world's largest gaming company, and smaller rival NetEase Inc rose on Wednesday after China's video games regulator granted the first gaming licences in 2023, further easing an industry crackdown.

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Can You Trade Before The Australian Share Market Opens?

ASX stands for Australian Securities Exchange. The prominent stock exchange in Australia is the Australian Securities Exchange. A stock exchange is a marketplace where bonds and stocks can be bought and sold. This might be an offline trade platform or an online one.

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US planning a major international cryptocurrency action ll Kalkine Media

The U.S. Justice Department will “announce a major, international cryptocurrency enforcement action” on Wednesday, it said in a statement, adding the US Treasury Department will also make an announcement. In other news, crypto outlet CoinDesk is exploring a full or partial sale of its business and h

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Tech stocks push ASX down; BHP, Link, Netwealth crashes on latest updates

Australian shares opened lower on Thursday in line with the losses in the global market after the US posted weak economic data and hawkish Federal Reserve comments fanned worries about the rate hike cycle to continue. The S&P/ASX 200 was 0.1 per cent, or 7.3 points, lower to 7386.1, weighed down by

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NZ Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern announces resignation
 ll Breaking News

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced her resignation from the role, stating that she will step down from the top job no later than February 7.

ASX to open lower. Santos delivered sales revenue of $US1.9b

Australian shares are likely to open lower today. Santos delivered sales revenue of $US1.9 billion in the fourth quarter. Michael Hill has reported record sales of $363.3 million for the first half and AGL Energy today announced a new Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer

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3 ASX small-cap companies confirm Rare Earth Elements today ll Kalkine Media

Godolphin Resources (ASX: GRL) has received the final assay results from the Narraburra Rare Earth Element and Rare Metals Project. Golden Mile Resources (ASX: G88) says assay results have confirmed Rare Earth Element mineralisation at its 100% owned Quicksilver. Kingfisher Mining (ASX: KFM) has rec

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Which companies are planning to list and delist on the ASX?

High-Tech Metals has undertaken an AU$5.5 million public offering at a 20 cents issue price. According to the ASX, the company plan to list on 23 January 2023. Gold Hydrogen was listed on Australian Securities Exchange on 13 January. Demetallica is expected to be removed from the ASX official list o

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Cryptoverse: Bitcoin is back with a bonk! | Kalkine Media

Bitcoin is on the charge in 2023, dragging the crypto market off the floor and electrifying bonk, a new meme coin. The No.1 cryptocurrency has clocked a 26% gain in January, leaping 22% in the past week alone, breaking back above the $20,000 level and putting in on course for its best month since Oc

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Australia to spend $2 billion on 40 U.S. Black Hawk choppers ll Trending News

Australia has just confirmed that it would buy 40 Black Hawk military helicopters from the United States for an estimated $2.8 billion.

Why Microsoft And Silicon Valley Is Fascinated By This Software?

Microsoft Corp on Monday said it is widening access to hugely popular software from OpenAI, a startup it is backing whose futuristic ChatGPT chatbot has captivated Silicon Valley.

Why is Microsoft facing EU antitrust warning over Activision deal?

Microsoft is likely to receive an EU antitrust warning about its $69 billion bid for "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard, people familiar with the matter said, that could pose another challenge to completing the deal. The European Commission is readying a charge sheet known as a statement of ob

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ASX Gold Penny Stocks shine despite fall in gold prices ll Kalkine Media

Gold prices inched lower on Tuesday, weighed by an uptick in the dollar, although hopes of slower interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve capped further losses. Spot gold was down 0.4% at $1,910.48 per ounce, as of 0304 GMT. On Monday, prices hit $1,929, the highest since late-April 2022. In toda

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Australia consumer mood brightens for second month in a row ll Trending News

A measure of Australian consumer sentiment rose in January for the second straight month, as a break in a painful cycle of interest rate rises likely provided temporary relief for borrowers.

ASX to open lower; JB Hi-Fi sales up 8.6%

Australian shares are set to open lower this morning. Pilbara operations produced 324.1 million tonnes of iron ore in 2022, 1% higher than 2021. JB Hi-Fi reports total sales up 8.6% to $5.3 billion and Origin says Brookfield’s due diligence ongoing.

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Here’s why miners are pushing ASX down in early trade

Australian shares opened lower on Tuesday, weighed down by miners as reports of increased COVID-19 cases in top steel producer China revived demand concerns. The S&P/ASX 200 is down 0.2 per cent in early trade. A 1.5 per cent fall for BHP Group leading the materials sector 0.9 per cent lower. The be

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US Fed may have good news for crypto finally!

Prices of major crypto assets could take a sudden rise with US economic data this week indicating that the Federal Reserve could soon possibly be done with interest rate hikes.

Why are tens of thousands of Spanish health workers protesting?

Tens of thousands of health workers protested in Madrid on Sunday over what they say is the destruction of the public health system by the conservative regional government. Dressed in white coats and banging drums, many chanted: "Cutting public health is criminal." A regional government spokesman sa

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Squadron Energy scraps power supply plans for Singapore ll Trending News

Andrew Forrest’s Squadron Energy is considering bidding for Sun Cable against Mike Cannon-Brookes, but says power supply from Australia to Singapore is not viable.

How have these ASX BNPL stocks performed in January so far?

Buy now, pay later is a digital innovation that has changed how we make payments. The sector players offer a relatively new type of personal lending, enabling users to make payments towards their purchases of goods and services in convenient and manageable instalments over time. In today’s show, we

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Nick Kyrgios withdraws from Australian Open ll Trending News

Controversial Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios has sensationally pulled out of the Australian Open on the opening day of the tournament.

ASX to rise; Ioneer secures $1b loan from the US

The Australian share market is expected to rise at the open. Ioneer has secured a $1 billion loan from the US Department of Energy. Baby Bunting reports that their total sales of $254.9 million. Macmahon finalises $1.1 billion for the Greenbushes lithium project.

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Australia's natural disasters bill hits $3.5 billion ll Trending News

Natural disasters are expected to be among the key factors weighing on the Australian economy in 2023 according to Treasurer Jim Chalmers.

Which sectors are pushing ASX higher today?

Australian shares have opened higher, boosted by miners, banks and real estate stocks. The S&P/ASX 200 climbed 0.5 per cent, or 38.1 points in the opening minutes of trade in a broad advance. All 11 sharemarket sectors were higher in the morning. Bauxite miner, alumina refiner and aluminium smelter

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Bitcoin and Ethereum Make Big Gains

The past few days have been remarkable ones for cryptocurrencies, with the two top crypto tokens by market cap Bitcoin and Ethereum experiencing double-digit gains. The two tokens have both advanced more than 20 percent and the trend is likely to continue as they continue to consolidate before their

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Pessimism Among Uk Consumers Perks Up As Inflation Peaks

A new survey has revealed that British consumers turned a little bit less pessimistic in December as inflation started to fall back from historic highs.

Bitcoin For Goods And Services

Bitcoin might have dipped in value over the last twelve months but the decentralized digital currency has gained traction as an alternative for goods and services since its inception in 2009, potentially having a significant impact on the economy. 

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What Is Pushing Ftx Token’s Price Higher? 

FTX’s native exchange token, FTT has risen sharply over the past two days reaching as much as US$1.44 per unit early this morning.  

Which ASX penny stocks are on the investor’s radar on Friday?

ACDC Metals (ASX: ADC) was admitted to the Official List of ASX on Friday, 13 January 2023. The securities of the company will commence quotation at 1:00PM AEDT on Tuesday, 17 January 2023. Greenwing Resources (ASX: GW1) today announced that it has completed the placement of about 22 million fully p

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Genesis' future is uncertain| US SEC charges Genesis & Gemini

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has said it has charged Genesis Global Capital LLC and Gemini Trust Company LLC with illegally selling securities to hundreds of thousands of investors through their crypto lending program.

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Australian shares add 0.4%, all four big banks in green l Kalkine Media

The S&P/ASX 200 is up 0.4 per cent in early trade with gains among all four big banks helping the financial sector add 0.5 per cent. The leading sector is consumer discretionary up 0.6 per cent, with Aristocrat Leisure advancing 3 per cent. Jindalee Resources announced that it has successfully compl

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ASX to open higher after growth on Wall Street

The Australian share market looks set to end the week with a solid gain following a decent night on Wall Street. According to the latest SPI futures, the ASX 200 is expected to open 33 points or 0.45% higher this morning.

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Why Illinois Is Banning Semiautomatic Gun Sales?

Illinois has banned the sale of many common kinds of semiautomatic guns with immediate effect in response to a massacre at an Independence Day parade in Highland Park last year and other mass shootings.

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The Shift Away From Remote Work Continues With Starbucks Joining The Movement

Starbucks Corp said on Wednesday, January 11 its U.S. support center employees have to work from office at least three days a week, compared with a previous commitment of at least one day per week.

Why are all US airlines facing massive outages? | Kalkine Media

Travel chaos across the US Wednesday after an FAA system outage forced all US departing flights to halt. The Federal Aviation Administration scrambled to fix the problem after issuing a nationwide ground-stop. Hours later - the order was lifted - but not before causing thousands of flight delays and

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Why are Google and GM interested in virtual power plants? | Kalkine Media

Why are Google and GM interested in virtual power plants? | Kalkine Media They're being billed as a cleaner and greener way to avoid blackouts. And they could be one solution to a looming global energy crisis. But what are virtual power plants - and why are companies like Google and GM getting invo

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ASX to open higher | IAG renews Berkshire Hathaway agreement | Kalkine Media

ASX to open higher | IAG renews Berkshire Hathaway agreement | Kalkine Media Australian shares are likely to open higher. IAG renews Berkshire Hathaway quota share agreement. Provaris Energy has executed a Memorandum of Understanding with Norwegian Hydrogen and Eclipse Metals has started trading on

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ASX 200 opens higher; MA Financial, Perpetual-Pendal in News

The ASX 200 index put on 0.8 per cent in the first ten minutes of trade, with all sectors in the green. Big banks were higher, while higher iron ore prices again boosted big miners. BHP and Fortescue Metals were up nearly 1 per cent at the open. Real estate firms, healthcare, industrials, and consum

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3 ASX Gold Penny Stocks that are shining today

Gold prices were flat during early Asian hours on Thursday as traders awaited key US inflation data that could influence the Federal Reserve’s policy path. Spot gold stood at $1,876.93 per ounce as of 0011 GMT. US gold futures rose 0.1% to $1,879.80. Although gold is seen as an inflation hedge, risi

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Collapsed crypto exchange FTX recovers US$5 billion | Kalkine Media

Collapsed crypto exchange FTX recovers US$5 billion | Kalkine Media Collapsed crypto exchange FTX has managed to recover more than US$5 billion but the extent of customer losses in its collapse is still unknown, according to an attorney for the bankrupt company.

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Twitter says no evidence new user data leaks were obtained via system bug | Kalkine Media

Twitter says no evidence new user data leaks were obtained via system bug | Kalkine Media Twitter has stated that the data of 5.4 million of the accounts had been compromised by a bug it discovered early last year, which it previously fixed and disclosed over the summer. Another 600 million piece

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Why did Wall St end sharply higher on Wednesday? | Kalkine Media

Why did Wall St end sharply higher on Wednesday? | Kalkine Media US stocks ended with strong gains on Wednesday. Investors were optimistic ahead of an inflation report that could give the Federal Reserve room to dial back on its aggressive interest rate hikes. The Dow rose eight tenths of a percent

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Job vacancies fall but remain high | Trending News

There were 444,000 job vacancies in November 2022, down 5 per cent from August, according to new seasonally adjusted figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Who Are The New Bosses Of Christian Dior And Louis Vuitton?

LVMH (EPA: MC) Chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault has reshuffled top management at his luxury goods empire, tightening his family's grip with the appointment of his daughter Delphine to lead Christian Dior and naming a new boss for Louis Vuitton.

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Henry Kissinger's 1973 Vietnam Deal Was Unlikely To Bring Peace; Documents Reveal

The 1973 Nobel Peace Prize to top U.S. diplomat Henry Kissinger and North Vietnam's Le Duc Tho, among the most disputed in the award's history, was given in the full knowledge the Vietnam War was unlikely to end any time soon, newly released papers show.

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Why Is Goldman Sachs Cutting Investment Banking And Global Markets Staff?

Goldman Sachs began laying off staff on Wednesday in a sweeping cost-cutting drive, with around a third of those affected coming from the investment banking and global markets division, a source familiar with the matter said. 

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Did German Premium Car Brands Navigated 2022 Automotive Supply Chain?

Premium brands BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi navigated last year's automotive supply chain challenges better than the mass-market Volkswagen brand, company data showed on Tuesday. Though the fourth quarter provided universal relief for the carmakers, China's extensive lockdowns early in the year were

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Is Bitcoin Pushing In For A Bumpy New Year?

Bitcoin's looking steady in 2023. But it's only been a week. Cryptocurrencies have crept into the new year, licking their wounds after the carnage of 2022. The overall global crypto market cap has risen 5% to $871 billion since Jan. 1, but it's still down over 57% from this time last year.

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Why is Trump CFO Weisselberg getting five months of jail time?

Former Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg was sentenced on Tuesday to five months. Weisselberg expected to be sent to New York's notorious Rikers Island jail. Weisselberg pleaded guilty last August to all 15 counts he faced in agreement with prosecutors. Weisselberg also admitted to evading ta

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Why Is The Fed Seeking Political Independence To Fight Inflation?

U.S. investors seeking insight on possible changes to the Federal Reserve's interest rate policy were tuned to an event in Sweden on Tuesday. "It's a pleasure and an honor to be here today." But Fed Chair Jerome Powell used a speech he delivered there to focus on the bigger picture and why the Fed’s

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How Is New York Collecting Over $1 Bn From Big Gas Emitters?

"Big emitters will have to purchase permits to sell polluting fuels. The dirtier the fuel – the bigger the price tag," Hochul said during the address at the state Capitol in Albany, adding that the proceeds will be used to "cover utility bills, transportation costs, and de-carbonization efforts."

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Why Ex-kickboxer Andrew Tate Has Been Arrested, And What Happens Next?

Andrew Tate, an internet personality notorious for hate speech, will remain in police custody for 30 days pending a criminal investigation for human trafficking, a Romanian court ruled late on Tuesday. Tate, his brother Tristan, and two Romanian female suspects were detained by anti-organized crime

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How Much Did Hurricanes And Floods Bring Insurance Losses In 2022?

Hurricane Ian in the United States and floods and Australia helped to make 2022 one of the costliest years on record for natural disasters, Munich Re said on Tuesday, warning that climate change was making storms more intense and frequent.

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Russia Strives For First Big Ukraine Gains In Months

Ukrainian servicemen fired anti-aircraft guns at Russian positions on Tuesday near Bakhmut. The city is located on a strategic supply line between the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, which make up the Donbas, Ukraine's industrial heartland. Gaining control of Bakhmut could give Russia a platform to adv

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Voyager Approved For $1 Billion Binance Deal

Bankrupt crypto lender Voyager Digital received initial court approval on Tuesday for a proposed $1 billion sale of its assets to Binance.US, and said it will seek to expedite a U.S. national security review of the deal.

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Prince Harry's Memoir Breaks Uk Sales Record On First Day Of Release

Prince Harry's "Spare" became the UK's fastest selling non-fiction book ever, its publisher said on Tuesday, after days of TV interviews, leaks, and a mistaken early release of the memoir containing intimate revelations about the British royal family. Harry's book has garnered attention around the w

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Pentagon removes COVID vaccination requirement for US troops

The Pentagon on Tuesday, January 10, rescinded a controversial Biden administration mandate requiring that all members of the U.S. armed forces be vaccinated against COVID-19. U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in a memo that military leaders still encouraged all service members to get vaccina

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Australian CPI inflation rebounds; retail sales jump 1.4% in Nov

Australian inflation re-accelerated in November as strong demand drove holiday costs higher and flooding pushed up vegetable prices, a sign inflationary pressures had yet to peak. Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday showed its monthly consumer price index rose 7.3% in the year

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What is the main agenda of the Davos winter 2023 gathering? | Kalkine Media

A record number of government and business leaders will descend on Davos's picturesque Swiss ski resort this month and discuss global challenges as the World Economic Forum's annual winter event returns. Criticized by some as a social club for the jet set that merely adds carbon footprint, the forum

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Coinbase to cut more staff; reflection of the challenging environment

Coinbase Global said on Tuesday it will cut about 950 jobs, or 20% of its workforce, as part of a restructuring plan that marks the third round of layoffs for the cryptocurrency exchange since last year. The company, whose shares were up 3.3% at $39.52, said it expects to incur about $149 million to

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Australian market opens higher; Allkem jumps 5.6%

Stories we cover: The Australian share market has followed Wall Street higher in early trade. The ASX 200 index was up 0.5 per cent to 7,164, with nearly all sectors higher. Miners led the gains, followed by industrials, education firms, and energy stocks. BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto were both up 1.8

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The Australian share market has opened in the red after a mixed night on Wall Street. The ASX 200 index is down 0.1 per cent to 7,346 at 10:10 am. Industrial firms, miners and oil stocks lead the losses, with most sectors in the red.

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Australian shares were set to open lower on Tuesday. Civmec secures a contract worth more than $330 million for the Rio Tinto. Cann Group announces new Chief Executive Officer and Calidus Resources declares commercial production at the Warrawoona Gold Project.

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Is the UK becoming less attractive for investment?

Britain has become less competitive and less attractive to foreign investors due to soaring energy costs and recent political turmoil, manufacturers said in an industry survey released on Monday. TN: Foreign Investors Avoiding UK

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Why is crypto exchange Crypto.com in hot water?

Major crypto exchange, Crypto.com has been found to have breached UK advertising standards on multiple occasions and has also been accused of “misleading” and “irresponsible” behaviour by the UK Advertising Standards Authority.

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Will Crypto Ever Be A Safe Investment Option For You?

If you've been paying attention to the world of finance, you've probably heard of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). These popular investment vehicles have been around for decades and allow investors to easily diversify their portfolios by buying a basket of assets in a single transaction. But what about

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has turned life on its head, many companies and employees have turned to remote work to maintain productivity and safety. While the shift to remote work was initially seen as a temporary solution, it is increasingly becoming a permanent fixture in the world of work.

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Since the second half of 2022, mass layoffs from tech giants have been hitting the headlines, and the worst is yet to come. After Elon Musk laid off nearly half of Twitter's worldwide workers, Meta and Amazon followed suit, laying off thousands just days before the holidays.

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3 ASX penny stocks are catching investors’ attention on Friday

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Cryptocurrency firm Genesis has cut 30 percent of its workforce in a second round of layoffs in less than six months as pressure builds on crypto industry executives to cut costs in the wake of a downturn.

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Mercedes-Benz to deploy automated driving system

Mercedes-Benz says the DRIVE PILOT system "gives customers back time so they can focus on certain secondary activities such as communicating with colleagues via In-Car Office, browsing the web or relaxing while watching a movie”.

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Australian shares were poised to open flat. Newcrest receives early repayment of gold prepay credit facility from Lundin Gold. Helios Energy reports that the Frack Job for Presidio Well is expected to start next week and Magellan experienced net outflows of $2.6 billion.

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Australian shares open flat; BHP rose 2% to $46.99

Australian shares opened flat on Friday as upbeat economic data from the U.S. and the Federal Reserve's hawkish monetary policy stance stoked fears of prolonged interest rate hikes. In the first 15 minutes of trade this morning, the ASX200 index was slightly up. It was trading at 7,075 points, up fr

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Amazon to Lay Off 18,000 Workers | Breaking News

As a global recession looms, tech giant Amazon is set to fire 18,000 of its staff, representing a six percent cut of the company’s entire corporate workforce. The cut is understood to be the largest in Amazon’s history as the company’s chief executive office Andy Jassy announced the massive job cuts

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3 ASX penny stocks making noteworthy announcements

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New Bonk crypto makes astonishing gains

Despite a fairly stagnant crypto market, investors have found a new memecoin generating returns. Shiba Inu-themed - Bonk token – launched on Dec. 25, has gained an astonishing 2,220 percent in the past week, with a 150 percent rise in the past 24 hours alone.

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ASX edges up; Hancock sweetens Warrego takeover offer

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Microsoft Corp is in the works to launch a version of its search engine Bing using the artificial intelligence behind OpenAI-launched chatbot ChatGPT, The Information reported on Tuesday, citing two people with direct knowledge of the plans.

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According to the ABC report, it has been reported that more than a dozen new EV models are setting foot in Australia in 2023, including Chinese-manufactured EVs from BYD and MG. BYD is China's largest carmaker and a major battery manufacturer, while MG is backed by Chinese state-owned car company SA

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China Arrivals Are Not Required To Show Covid Test In New Zealand

The New Zealand government said on Wednesday it would not require travellers from China to produce a negative COVID-19 test, bucking a trend that has seen a number of nations implement such measures as cases surge in China.

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Disgraced FTX founder pleads not guilty

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Australian shares rose at the open of trade on Wednesday despite falls on Wall Street overnight as investors assessed the pain ahead for growth stocks. The S&P/ASX 200 gained 0.7 per cent, with most sectors trading higher. Tech stocks rose 1.7 per cent, while consumer discretionary added 1.4 per cen

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Millions of low-income households in Britain will receive cost-of-living support from the government of up to 900 pounds ($1,084) over the financial year, the country's Department of Work and Pensions said on Tuesday. The department said in a statement that it would directly go to claimants' bank ac

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Four out of five new cars sold in Norway in 2022 were battery-powered, led by Tesla, but some in the industry say new taxes could thwart the country's goal of becoming the first to end the sale of petrol and diesel automobiles by 2025.

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Will China ​Lifting Covid Lockdown Could Fatally Risk Up To 2 Mn People?

According to London-based global health intelligence and analytics firm Airfinity, its analysis shows that between 1.3 and 2.1 million lives could be at risk if China lifts its zero-COVID policy, given low vaccination and booster rates as a lack of hybrid immunity.

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Brazilian markets delivered a withering verdict on leftist President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's first full day in office on Monday, after he pledged to prioritize social issues and ordered a budget-busting extension to a fuel tax exemption.

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Rising ASX Mining Penny Stocks of 2023

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Ventia extends Government contract

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Mayne Pharma completes licensing transaction with TherapeuticsMD

Mayne Pharma has completed the exclusive product licensing transaction with TherapeuticsMD, a NASDAQ listed company.

Which ASX stocks have gained in the first trading session of 2023?

The local Australian share market began its day higher, following solid gains on European markets overnight. It is also an improvement over the downbeat end to 2022. The S&P/ASX200 is up today, gaining 20.40 points or 0.29% to 7,059.10 as of 03 January, 10:06 am Sydney time.

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Jailed Ftx Founder Released On $250 Million Bond

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Will The Uk Ambulance Staff Strike Continue In 2023?

Thousands of British ambulance workers will stage two further strikes on Jan. 11 and 23 in an escalating dispute over pay and staffing, the Unison trade union said on Thursday, after a similar walkout by staff on Wednesday.

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Will Christmas Feel Very Different Without Queen Elizabeth?

Britain's Princess of Wales paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth at a carol service in Westminster Abbey, saying the royal family's first Christmas without the late monarch would "feel very different". King Charles, accompanied by Queen Consort Camilla, joined his son Prince William, Kate and other famil

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Norwegian offshore driller Seadrill agrees to buy UK-based Aquadrill

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Immutep (ASX: IMM) today announces the results of a meeting with the US Food and Drug Administration regarding late-stage clinical development plans for its first-in-class large-molecule cancer drug, along with standard-of-care chemotherapy for the treatment of metastatic breast cancer. Mesoblast (A

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Syrah and Tesla agreement on track

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The Australian share market is expected to end the week in the red. Syrah and Tesla agreement on track. PNG LNG sell-down exclusivity period with Kumul extended and Superloop has acquired MyRepublic subscribers.

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The Australian share market is a sea of red this morning after Wall Street resumed its December sell-off on worries about rising interest rates. Just eight stocks are higher on the ASX 200 index. The S&P/ASX200 is lower, dropping 63.20 points or 0.88% to 7,089.30 as of 23 December, 10:25 am AEDT.

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Why Has Italy's Leonardo Agreed To Early Retirement For 400 Staff ?

Defence and aerospace group Leonardo said on Wednesday it had struck a deal with Italian trade unions for the early retirement of 400 of its staff during 2023-2024, to be offset by around 600 new hirings over the same period. The company said in a statement that the early retirement option will be m

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What Is Italy Planning For The Ita Airways Privatisation?

An airline company must end up with a majority stake in ITA Airways after the privatisation process of the state-owned carrier is concluded, an Italian government decree seen by Reuters said. In the meantime, the Treasury should have a say on the new shareholders, the decree stipulated. TN: Italy's

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How Did Hsbc Win The Uk Supreme Court Case?

HSBC on Wednesday defeated a 116 million pound ($141 million) lawsuit in a London court over allegations the bank should have refused to make payments for convicted financier Allen Stanford. The liquidators of Stanford International Bank argued HSBC missed "warning signs" that the Antigua-based lend

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How Much Bonus H&m Has Agreed To Pay Its Workers In Spain And Portugal?

Swedish fashion retailer H&M will pay a 500 euro bonus to around 4,000 shop workers in Spain and Portugal next month, after its arch-rival Inditex offered 1,000 euros to its home country shop assistants.

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Why Is Denmark Donating Millions To Ukraine In Military Aid?

Denmark will donate 300 million Danish crowns ($42.8 million) in military aid to Ukraine, the country's Defence Ministry said on Wednesday. The money will be donated via the UK-led International Fund for Ukraine used to provide military equipment and other support to Ukraine's armed forces.

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Here's how a winter storm is threatening holiday travel in the US

An Arctic blast surged across a wide swath of the United States on Wednesday, gripping much of the nation with bitter cold and life-threatening wind chills ahead of a powerful winter storm expected to complicate holiday travel for millions of Americans.

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Why Russia Has Summoned The French Ambassador?

Russia's foreign ministry in a statement on Wednesday said it had summoned the French ambassador and lodged "a strong protest" over comments about an assassination attempt on a Russian official in the Central African Republic. French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna last week dismissed the claims

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Oldest Male Orangutan In North America Dies At Houston Zoo

Rudi Valentino, the oldest male orangutan in North America, died at the Houston Zoo on Tuesday at the age of 45. Reuters visited the Houston Zoo four days before Rudi's death to highlight his advanced age and distinction. The zoo celebrated his birthday earlier this month.

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Did Us Fda Approve Roche's Covid-19 Antibody?

Roche Holding AG said on Wednesday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had approved its monoclonal antibody for treating COVID-19 in hospitalized adult patients. The intravenous anti-inflammatory drug, Actemra, is a monoclonal antibody that reduces inflammation and was approved in 2010 to tr

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Insurer Miris to operate in Belgium, starting with 12 corporate clients

Cyber mutual insurer Miris has received an operating license from Belgian regulators and will start offering insurance from Jan. 1, it said on Wednesday, as it looks to capitalise on increasing demand for cyber cover due to rising attacks. Chief Operating Officer Mark Pollard noted that the new insu

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Why Is Chipmaker Micron Planning On 10% Job Cuts In 2023

Chipmaker Micron Technology Inc on Wednesday forecast a much steeper-than-expected second-quarter loss and said it would lay off 10% of its workforce next year, citing a nagging glut in the semiconductor market.

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Which ASX Uranium Stocks are on investors radar?

Uvre provided an update on drilling activities at the Bonanza Prospect, at the East Canyon Uranium-Vanadium Project, located in south-eastern Utah, USA. GTI Energy said that drilling at its ISR uranium projects in Wyoming's Great Divide Basin is now finished for the 2022 season with 103 mud rotary e

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Why is Medibank returning millions of cash to customers? l Trending News

Medibank today announced it would return an additional $207 million in COVID-19 permanent net claims savings to customers as part of its COVID-19 support package and give back program. This brings the total amount of support that Medibank has provided to customers since the start of the pandemic to

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Will Bankman-Fried be extradited to the US? l Trending News

Sam Bankman-Fried will be taken to an airport in The Bahamas on Wednesday evening local time, a person familiar with the matter said, after the FTX founder was taken to prison following a courthouse appearance where he consented to be extradited to the US.

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SBF extradited as Dogecoin drops

FTX exchange founder Sam Bankman-Fried has agreed to extradition as Dogecoin plummets following Tweets from Twitter CEO Elon Musk.

Kogan.com has acquired Brosa

Kogan.com has acquired Brosa luxury furniture retailers, out of administration, for $1.5 million.

SILK Laser Australia set to acquire Eden Laser Clinics

SILK Laser Australia one of the largest specialist non-surgical aesthetics clinic networks across Australia and New Zealand, is pleased to announce it has entered into a binding agreement to acquire Eden Laser Clinics.

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Kelsian has been awarded a new Sydney bus services contract

The Kelsian Group’s subsidiary, Transit Systems NSW has, following a competitive tender process, entered into a binding contract with Transport for NSW.

ASX is poised to rise | Kogan.com has bought Brosa | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is poised to rise today. Kogan.com has acquired Brosa out of administration, SILK Laser Australia has entered into a binding agreement to acquire Eden Laser Clinics and Kelsian has been awarded a new Sydney bus services contract

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ASX rises l OZ Minerals suggests voting on A$9.6bn BHP takeover

Australian shares have risen in the first 20 minutes of trade in tandem with gains in global markets as improved US consumer confidence data eased investors' expectations about inflation. The S&P/ASX200 was gaining 42.00 points or 0.59% to 7,157.10 and crossing above its 50-day moving average as of

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All about the first ever global water survey mission by SpaceX

(Reuters) - A SpaceX rocket blasted off early on Friday carrying a U.S.-French satellite designed to conduct an unprecedented global survey of Earth's surface waters, a mission expected to shed new light on the mechanics and consequences of climate change.

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Why Is The Iberian Lynx Endangered?

Five Iberian lynx have been released into the wild in southern Spain this week as part of an expanding breeding programme aimed at conserving one of the world's most endangered feline species with distinctive long black ear tufts.

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Why Are Portuguese Climate Activists Fined?

A Portuguese court ordered four climate activists to pay a fine on Friday for occupying a university building to protest what they perceived as political inaction around climate change. The protesters, all students between the ages of 19 and 22, occupied a building of Lisbon's Faculty of Humanities

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Binance Slammed With Criminal Complaint By French Crypto Investors

A group of French crypto investors have filed a criminal complaint against Binance, accusing the world's biggest crypto exchange of misleading the public and promoting its services before it was legally allowed to do so, their lawyers said on Tuesday.

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BlackBerry Ltd, said on Tuesday the sales cycles for its cybersecurity software have become longer and it expects the current macroeconomic environment to pose more challenges in the near term. The Canadian technology company said revenue from the cybersecurity business would remain flat in the firs

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Why Are Capital Markets Stuck In 'No Man's Land'?

Investment bankers are bracing for another tough year ahead after losing out on lucrative fees from arranging initial public offerings (IPOs) and other share sales, as questions around monetary policy and a looming recession dampen hopes for a near-term rebound.

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Why Are Nike Shares Surging?

Nike Inc reported its best quarterly revenue growth in more than a decade barring one quarter and handily beat profit expectations on Tuesday, as North American shoppers rushed to stock up on sneakers and sportswear before the holidays.

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Nasdaq Ceo Takes Additional Role As Board Chair

Nasdaq Inc Chief Executive Adena Friedman will take on the additional role of board chair, the company said on Monday, executing a playbook similar to that at peers but frowned upon by corporate governance advocates.

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Why ASX listed industrial, healthcare and financial penny stocks are buzzing?

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has decided not to grant authorisation for Telstra and TPG regional network deal.

Elon Musk looking for his replacement at Twitter

Elon Musk says he will step down as chief executive of Twitter after finding a replacement. He said he will resign as soon as he finds someone foolish enough to take the job and said he would just run the   software & servers teams. This is the first time Musk has mentioned stepping down as chief of

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Swift Signs $1.4m OZ Minerals contracts

Swift has secured an installation agreement agreement with OZ Minerals to service their Carrapateena mine site with Swift Access.

Origin extends exclusivity to bidders

Origin has confirmed the Consortium is on track to complete its due diligence.

Transurban Sydney motorway plans

Transurban announced that plans to widen the M7 Motorway approved.

#ASX gains on open | Telstra, TPG to appeal ACCC decision

Australian share market opened on a positive note. Pilbara provided an update on its expansion activities at the Pilgangoora Project. ACCC blocks Telstra Corporation and TPG Telecom deal. Symbio Holdings provided its trading update. Watch this show for more updates

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ASX to open higher | Transurban motorway plans approved | Kalkine Media

Australian shares were set to open higher this morning. Transurban announced that plans to widen the M7 Motorway approved. Origin has confirmed the Consortium is on track to complete its due diligence and Swift Signs $1.4 million OZ Minerals contracts.

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Who is appointed as Australia's next ambassador to the United States?

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has been appointed Australia's next ambassador to the United States at a time when both countries are deepening security cooperation in response to a rising China. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese called Rudd one of the world's most sought-after experts on China and s

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What is Europe's hard-fought plan to cap gas prices?

(Reuters) - European Union countries agreed on Monday to cap gas prices, after debating for months whether the measure could hinder rather than help Europe's efforts to cope with an energy crisis. The aim is to shield European households and businesses from the kind of gas price spikes experienced s

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Why did Paris court fine Apple for 1 million euros?

Desc: (Reuters) - The Paris Commercial Court on Monday fined iPhone maker Apple just over 1 million euros ($1.06 million) for imposing abusive commercial clauses on French app developers for access to the company's App Store, the court ruling showed.

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Why did City Chic shares fall drastically on ASX today?

City Chic announced an update on trading and provided an outlook for the 1HFY23. Aerometrex contracts with Google LLC to provide a data licence. Westgold provides update on initiatives implemented to improve operational and financial performance. Watch this show for more updates.

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Anchorage Capital Partners buys David Jones ll Trending News

Department store business David Jones has been sold for $120 million. Anchorage Capital Partners and Woolworths Holdings have entered into a binding agreement for Anchorage to acquire the operating business of David Jones, the Australia’s pre-eminent omnichannel retailer of world-class brands. Anch

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Which ASX stocks are on investors radar today?

Australian share market opened on a negative note as Wall Street extends rout. DroneShield on track to post all-time high record revenue and cash receipts for the CY22. Growthpoint Properties Australia today announced the upgraded financial year 2023 guidance. Helia Group announces updated financial

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BHP extension for Oz Minerals

BHP’s exclusive access to OZ Minerals has been extended by a week to get the takeover of the miner across the line.

Liontown in power purchase with Zenith

Liontown Resources has executed the binding Power Purchase Agreement with Zenith Energy.

Monadelphous signs $110m new contracts

Monadelphous Group today announced it has secured new contracts.

ASX poised to fall | BHP and Oz Minerals deadline extension | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is poised to fall. BHP’s exclusive access to OZ Minerals has been extended a week. Liontown Resources has executed the binding Power Purchase Agreement with Zenith Energy and the Monadelphous Group today announced it has secured new contracts

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Why South Korea Has Flagged Deeper Economic Slowdown?

South Korea on Monday flagged a deeper economic slowdown than expected at least through the first half of next year, and extended sales tax breaks on some fuel oil products and passenger cars by a few months.

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Chinese Business Confidence Falls To Lowest In Almost A Decade On Covid

China's business confidence fell to its lowest since January 2013, a survey by World Economics showed on Monday, reflecting the impact of surging COVID-19 cases on economic activity with the abrupt lifting of many pandemic control measures. The index fell to 48.1 in December from 51.8 in November, s

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Italy Waters Down Plan To Promote Cash Payments After Eu Criticism

Italy will scrap part of its plans to facilitate cash payments for goods and services after criticism from European Union authorities, Economy Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti said on Sunday.

What Made Star Entertainment Shares Dive On Monday?

Shares in Australia's Star Entertainment Group tumbled nearly 12% on Monday, after the New South Wales (NSW) government proposed to raise taxes on casino poker machine operators in the state from July next year.

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What Does Equifax Merger Proposal With Boa Vista Mean For Shareholders

Brazilian financial and credit services company Boa Vista Servicos said it has received a proposal from Equifax do Brasil and parent Equifax Inc to combine their businesses, according to a securities filing on Sunday.

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Uk's Star Stock To Look At Before 2022 Ends

Before we wrap up the year 2022, let's look at four UK-listed star stocks that have gained heavily on a year-to-date basis as of 12 Dec 2022. Mediclinic International PLC, Shell Plc, BP Plc and Pearson plc. Watch this video for more.

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Why investors are ramping up pressure on big oil firms?

(Reuters) - A group of investors has tabled resolutions urging four of the world's top oil and gas companies to set broad climate targets for 2030, reviving pressure on the sector after a year that saw governments shift their focus to energy security.

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French Growth To Slow Sharply In 2023 - Central Bank

The French economy is set to slow sharply next year in the face of an energy price shock but should recover some lost ground from 2024, the central bank forecast.

Which ASX Penny Stocks are trading higher today?

PolarX receives further firm commitments to raise a total of approx $1.48 million via a placement to Northern Star Resources. MMA Offshore today provided its trading update. Alcidion Group announces an extension to its partnership with Leidos Australia. Watch this show for more updates.

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Alcidion extends partnership with Leidos Australia

The Alcidion Group has extended its partnership with Leidos Australia for the delivery of a Health Knowledge Management system for Defence.

Managing Director & CEO of Newcrest retires

Newcrest Mining today announced that Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Sandeep Biswas is retiring.

Cettire strikes a deal with Zegna Group subsidary

Online retailer Cettire has struck a deal with Italian luxury fashion house Zegna Group to directly integrate and sell Zegna products on its platform.

Will Australia experience perfect weather this Christmas?

The Bureau of Meteorology release the weather forecast for Christmas in Australia. Will it be a wet Christmas?The Bureau of meteorology has just released the forecast for Christmas. South-east Australia is currently experiencing an unusually prolonged spell of cold southerly winds. The sub-polar air

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ASX poised to fall. MD & CEO of Newcrest retires

The Australian share market is poised to fall again. Managing Director & CEO of Newcrest retires. Cettire has announced a new agreement with a subsidiary of the Zegna Group and Alcidion Group has extended its partnership with Leidos Australia.

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Which Global Stock Registered 1100% Plus Gains In 2022?

In a year marked by global monetary tightening, recession concerns, and a conflict in Ukraine, one Indonesian mining stock has outperformed the rest of the globe. As of 15 December 2022, Adaro Minerals Indonesia has gained about 1160 percent in the past one year.

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What Is Europe's Biggest Climate Policy?

European Union negotiators meet on Friday to attempt to strike a deal on an overhaul of the bloc's carbon market, its main policy tool for fighting climate change, plus a multi-billion-euro fund to shield poorer citizens from CO2 costs.

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Is Germany Facing A Gas Emergency?

Germany is currently not at risk of a gas emergency that would include rationing, the head of its energy regulator said, but he said that households and industry needed to keep up savings efforts in light of the current cold spell.

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Fifa Fervour- Will Messi Deliver The Trophy Before The End Of His International Career?

After four weeks, 62 matches and 163 goals, we have arrived at the world cup final for 2022! Croatia and Morroco will battle out for third place 6am Sunday Morning Sydney time, but all eyes will be eagerly on the 64th and final match of the campaign – Argentina v France – Leo Messi against Kylian Mb

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What Is Germany's Ten Billion Euro Deal With The Us

Germany got the go-ahead to buy F-35 fighter jets produced by U.S. defence giant Lockheed Martin as part of military procurement projects worth 13 billion euros, Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht said on Wednesday

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Is Toshiba In Talks About A Buyout With Potential Partners

Japan's Toshiba Corp, which is in talks about a buyout, said in a letter to shareholders on Friday that it was aiming to reach a conclusion with potential partners as soon as possible

3 ASX listed mining penny stocks to explore on Friday

Peninsula Energy (ASX: PEN) says Strata Energy signed a contract with the US Department of Energy to provide domestically produced uranium. Estrella Resources (ASX: ESR) has commenced extracting a bulk high-grade nickel sulphide sample for Glencore’s Murrin Murrin HPAL process facility. Musgrave Min

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Are the higher interest rates pushing the Australian private sector down?

According to Flash PMI data, Australian private sector output shrank for a third successive month in December. Weaker demand for Australian goods and services underpinned the decline in activity.

Beamtree Holding Ltd forms agreement with Abbott

eamtree Holding Limited, a leading provider of AI decision support and data analytics to the healthcare industry, is pleased to announce a new agreement with Abbott (“Abbott”), a leading global healthcare company, to distribute Beamtree’s RippleDown® products.

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Link Group extends agreement with AustralianSuper

Link Administration Holdings Limited a company that provides services to the superannuation administration industry, has announced that its agreement with AustralianSuper has been extended by an additional two years commencing on the 1st of July 2023 until June 30, 2025.

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Kinetiko Energy Ltd secures funding commitments

Kinetiko Energy Ltd an Australian gas explorer and developer has announced that it has received firm funding commitments from a private South African institution to raise A$2.95m through the exercise of an option.

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ReadCloud Ltd announces leadership change

ReadCloud Limited a software solutions company headquartered in Brighton Victoria has today provided an update on it’s leadership team.

What Vulcan, MinRes and Treasury Wine has announced today?

Following the lead of a slumping Wall Street and a negative trend on the futures market, the key Australian index, the ASX 200, has dropped in opening trade. The S&P/ASX200 was lower today, dropping 70.40 points or 0.98% to 7,134.40 as of 16 December, 10:25 am Sydney time and crossing below its 20-d

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ASX to fall as Link Group inks deal with Australian Super | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is set to fall on the last day of the week after a selloff on Wall Street which was weighed by interest rate hike concerns. Meanwhile, US retail sales fell more than expected in November, while the labour market remained tight. 

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Australia to pass energy price cap law

Parliament will vote today to cap gas prices at $12 per gigajoule and coal prices for power producers at $125 per tonne

Why did household wealth in Australia decline for another quarter?

Australia is known as a country with a good quality of life. However, the latest ABS stats show two consecutive quarters of declining household wealth. The current national household wealth is close to $14.2 trillion, interesting to note that despite the two consecutive declining quarters, household

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3 ASX listed small-cap stocks from the healthcare sector to explore

Island Pharmaceuticals announced that institutional review board approval had been granted for its lead asset drug’s clinical trial, to be undertaken at SUNY Upstate University in New York. Fiji Kava has appointed ANZ Pharma as an exclusive distributor in New Zealand. Recce Pharmaceuticals today ann

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Australia's population grew by 1.1% l Trending News

Australia's population grew by 1.1 per cent during the year ending on 30 June 2022, according to the latest figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. ABS Demography Director Beidar Cho said the population of Australia on 30 June 2022 was 25.98 million people, following an increase of

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Cryptocurrency exchange Binance hit with $2 million fine

Crypto-currency exchange giant Binance has been fined $2 million for spam breaches, after sending out millions of non-compliant emails

Pilbara Minerals lithium cargo fetches $US8299/dmt

Pilbara Minerals undertook its 12th spodumene concentrate auction via its digital Battery Material Exchange platform.

ASIC issues notice over CHESS

CHESS stands for Clearing House Electronic Subregister System and is the computer system used by the ASX.

Fed Chair Warns More Hikes

Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell has warned the Fed will deliver more interest rate hikes next year even as the economy slips towards a possible recession, arguing that a higher cost would be paid if the U.S. central bank does not get a firmer grip on inflation.

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Ioneer thrilled Tiehm’s buckwheat listed as endangered

Ioneer is an emerging lithium–boron supplier and welcomes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s recent announcement to designate critical habitat for Tiehm’s buckwheat.

ASX opens lower l Woolworths to acquire 55% of Petspiration for $586m

Australian shares opened lower on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised rates by an expected 50 basis points but projected higher interest rates for a longer period. Mark Brayan will step down as CEO and managing director of Appen after a difficult year for the company. Grocery giant Woolwo

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ASX is expected to fall | ASIC issues notice over CHESS | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is expected to fall this morning. ASIC has issued notice to the ASX over CHESS. Pilbara Minerals lithium cargo fetches $US8299/dmt and Ioneer welcomes the decision to list Tiehm’s buckwheat as an endangered species

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Why Are Australian Firms Pessimistic Even As The Business Remains Brisk ?

Why are Australian firms pessimistic even as the business remains brisk?

Why Options Traders Are Bracing For Big Swings?

Options traders are bracing for a week of swings in U.S. stocks ahead of key inflation data, the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting of 2022 and the final monthly options expiration of the year.

Is China Going To Build Future City On The Indian Ocean?

China's primary development assistance agency, China International Development Cooperation Agency (CIDCA), recently conducted the first "China-Indian Ocean Region Forum" in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming, in which 19 countries participated.

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How German car giants and Asian battery kings are getting together in Hungary?

German automakers and Asian battery suppliers are getting together in Hungary in a multi-billion-dollar marriage of convenience to drive their electric ambitions. The companies are flocking to central Europe, where Viktor Orban's government is defying Western wariness of China and offering generous

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Why Illumina Has Defended $7.1 Billion Grail Buy?

U.S. life sciences company Illumina Inc on Tuesday defended its $7.1 billion acquisition of biotech firm Grail Inc, pledging to keep selling its DNA sequencing services to other firms, as it seeks to head off a potential vote by U.S. antitrust regulators to kill the deal.

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What Are Australia And Vanuatu's Security Pacts?

Australia signed a security deal on Tuesday with the Pacific islands nation of Vanuatu, it said in a statement, amid concern over China's military ambitions for the strategically important region.

Why Is This European Fintech Company Raising 200 Mln Euros?

On December 13, European fintech providing end-to-end working capital solutions Novicap announced that it had raised a 200 million euros debt facility from London-based asset manager, Fasanara Capital.

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How Much Did Apple Invest In The Japanese Supply Network?

Apple said on Tuesday it had invested more than $100 billion in its Japanese supply network over the last five years, as its Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook visited the epicentre of the country's semiconductor industry.

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Did The Turnover For Energy Businesses Rebound In October 2022?

Electricity, gas, water and waste services saw the largest percentage rise in business turnover in October at 2.5 per cent after falling sharply in September. That’s according to monthly figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. In October, turnover for the Electricity, gas, wat

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Tpg Reports Thousands Of Business Email Accounts Hacked

TPG Telecom says up to 15,000 email accounts of business customers hacked

Why is IBM turning to Japan to manufacture advanced chips?

(Reuters) - IBM Corp and Rapidus, a newly formed chip maker backed by the Japanese government, on Tuesday announced a partnership that aims to manufacture the world's most advanced chips in Japan by the second half of the decade.

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Global Events That Shook The World In 2022

The year 2022 witnessed many Global Events that shook the world, from Russia invading Ukraine to sanctions on Russia, from Boris Johnson's resignation to the UK getting its first Indian-origin Prime Minister in its history. Speaking about Prime Ministers, how can one forget the assassination of the

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Which 3 ASX small-cap stocks are surging today and why?

Starpharma today announced that it has achieved marketing authorisation of the nasal spray product, VIRALEZE, in Indonesia. Lucapa Diamond Company announced the receipt of a further A$8.8 million tranche from its operations partner Sociedade Mineira Do Lulo. Limeade today announced the signing of a

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ASX 200 jumps 0.4% l Orica, Stockland and Race Oncology in news

Australian shares have gained in early trade thanks to weaker inflation in the US. At 10:25 am AEDT, the ASX 200 index was up 0.4 per cent to 7,229, while the All Ordinaries was up 0.4 per cent to 7,415. Orica chairman Malcolm Broomhead used his address at the company’s annual meeting to urge the go

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ASX to rise | Woollies to sell 5.5% of Endeavour | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is poised to rise at the open. Woolworths has agreed to sell 5.5% of the issued capital of Endeavour Group. Medibank receive OAIC representative complaint and Santos delivers more domestic gas in WA through the Walyering deal.

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New CEO for CSL

The Board of Directors of CSL today announced a new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director from March next year.

Contact Energy joins the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index

Contact Energy has joined the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index for the first time, reflecting significant strides forward under its ESG-led Contact26 strategy.

Fonterra and Nestlé to sell Brazil JV

Fonterra and Nestlé today agreed the sale of Dairy Partners Americas Brazil joint venture.

Usha Resources kicks off drilling at Jackpot Lake, major developments & more | Kalkine Media

Usha Resources kicks off drilling at Jackpot Lake, major developments & more | Kalkine Media In this edition of Expert Talks: Canada, we sit down with Deepak Varshney, CEO of Usha Resources (TSXV: USHA) (OTCQB: USHAF) (FSE: JO0).

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"Sam Bankman-Fried arrested in Bahamas"

The founder of disgraced crypto exchange, FTX, has been arrested in the Bahamas. Sam Bankman-Fried was arrested by Bahamian authorities this evening after the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York shared a sealed indictment with the Bahamian government. Thumbnail: FTX Founder

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Why is household debt in Australia on the rise?

Average household debt grew by 7.3 per cent to $261,492 in 2021-22, according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

How has FTX collapse affected crypto investors?

Most big banks and investment managers expect the cryptocurrency market to pick up in 2023 after a brutal year that saw bitcoin sink around 75% from its all-time high in November last year. The collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX - the latest in a series of liquidity squeezes and bankruptcy fil

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How is blockchain democratising impact investing?

Regenerative Finance has become more popular, Bitgreen is a company that’s building blockchain’s epicenter for sustainability and impact investing on Polkadot. Watch this video to find out how Bitgreen is aiding access to renewable energy in Africa’s Sierra Leone where energy poverty is rife.

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Which 3 ASX gold mining small-cap stocks should you explore today?

Peregrine Gold announced the completion and receipt of final assays from the first phase of reconnaissance drilling at the Newman Gold Project, which has identified significant gold, silver, palladium, lead and zinc mineralisation. Far East Gold announced that the phase 1 drill program at the Woyla

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ASX to open higher | CSL announces new CEO | Kalkine Media

The ASX is set to open higher this morning. Fonterra and Nestlé today agreed the sale of Dairy Partners Americas Brazil joint venture. CSL announces new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director and

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ASX opens higher l Global funds load up in Australia

ASIC started civil proceedings against 11 current and former directors of Star Entertainment Group (ASX: SGR) related money laundering. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank (ASX: BEN) provides an update on its first five months of trading and outlook for the remainder of FY23. CSL (ASX: CSL) appointed Dr Paul

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Appointment of Pendal Directors to the Perpetual Board

Back in August Perpetual announced that as part of its proposed acquisition of Pendal Group up to three Pendal directors would be invited to join the Perpetual Board

Rio acquisition of Turquoise Hill receives support

Rio Tinto has received the required support from Turquoise Hill Resources shareholders for its proposed acquisition of the outstanding shares that it does not currently own.

Australia Weather warning! Thunderstorms and heavy rain to strike ll Breaking News

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a warning for thunderstorms and hail across parts of NSW as the Christmas weather period looks bleak.

Which ASX-listed penny stocks announced copper discoveries today?

Bellavista Resources announced strong results from the first phase of drilling and regional rock chip sampling at its Brumby zinc-silver-copper project 130 kilometres south-west of Newman. Tambourah Metals announced that its Mogumber site, with an area of 186 kilometres, has been granted by Departme

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ACCC outlines concerns for Endeavour's (ASX:EDV) Darwin expansion l Trending News

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has outlined preliminary competition concerns with Endeavour Group (ASX:EDV) proposed acquisition of the Beachfront Hotel in Rapid Creek, just north of Darwin, in a statement of issues published today. Endeavour Group has a large number of liquor rela

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Crypto trading platform Binance users report suspicious activity

Users of popular trading platform, Binance, have reported unusual trading of some altcoins, triggering concerns hackers may have stolen users’ API keys to execute the trades.

Westpac and Tyro end discussions

Westpac has ended takeover discussions with Tyro Payments.

ASX opens lower l Nitro, AUB and St Barbara in news today

Nitro Software (ASX:NTO) and Alludo have agreed to amend acquisition offer, increasing the price to A$2.15 cash per Nitro share. AUB Group (ASX:AUB) announced an upgrade to FY23 guidance at the AGM on 3 November 2022. St Barbara (ASX: SBM) will acquire 100% of the shares in Genesis (ASX: GMD) and wi

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ASX poised to shed | Westpac and Tyro discussions end | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is poised to shed its Friday’s gains. Westpac has ended takeover discussions with Tyro Payments. Appointment of Pendal Directors to the Perpetual Board and Rio Tinto's acquisition of Turquoise Hill receives shareholder support.

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Imprisoned WNBA Star Arrives in UAE ll Trending News

Women’s basketball star, Brittany Griner, has been released from a Russian prison, following months of negotiations by the Biden administration, which resulted in an exchange for Russian arms dealer, Victor Bout

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Which 8 ASX-listed penny stocks are raising additional money?

Capital raising involves raising additional money. These funds may be in the form of equity, debt, or securities with features of both. Today we cover: Cauldron Energy (ASX: CXU), Lindian Resources (ASX: LIN), Talon Energy (ASX: TPD), Toro Energy (ASX: TOE), Golden Rim Resources (ASX: GMR) Tesoro Go

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Indigenous Group Denounces Release Of Suspect In Amazon Murder Of British Journalist

An indigenous group from the area of the Amazon rainforest where British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira were murdered in June on Thursday deplored the release of one of the suspects in the killing.

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Why Has Australia Charged Four Chinese Nationals?

Australian police charged four Chinese nationals on Friday over an online investment scam based mainly in the United States, which authorities said caused losses of more than $100 million across the world. The sophisticated scam involved the manipulation of legitimate electronic trading platforms li

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Why Is Britain Opening A New Coal Mine Despite Climate Concerns

On Wednesday, Britain approved its first new deep coal mine in decades to manufacture the high-polluting fuel for use in steelmaking, which drew criticism from opponents who say it will hinder climate targets.

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Why Did Australia's Link End Takeover Talks With Dye & Durham

Australia's Link Administration Holdings Ltd said on Thursday it had ended talks with Canada's Dye & Durham Ltd to sell its corporate markets and banking and credit management businesses for A$1.27 billion. Thumbnail: Link shares drop 9.5%

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How did the US technology giants perform in 2022?

The NASDAQ-100 Technology Sector Index is an equal-weighted index based on the securities of the NASDAQ-100 Index that are classified as Technology according to the Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) classification system. Speaking about NASDAQ-100 Technology Sector, this year's performance, on

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Vista Group appoints new CEO

Vista Group International Limited (NZX & ASX:VGL) is pleased to announce the appointment of Stuart Dickinson as Vista Group’s new Chief Executive Officer with effect from 11 April 2023. Stuart Dickinson will take over from Kimbal Riley who, after five years as Chief Executive Officer, is retiring fr

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Lefroy Exploration enters trading halt

The securities of Lefroy Exploration Limited with the ticker code of LEX, will be placed in trading halt at the request of LEX, pending it releasing an announcement. Unless the ASX decides otherwise, the securities will remain in trading halt until the commencement of normal trading on Tuesday, 13 D

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Fitzroy River Corporation announces special dividend

Fitzroy River Corporation Ltd is pleased to announce the payment of a special dividend to all shareholders. The Special Dividend of 0.5 cents per ordinary share will be fully franked and will be paid on Friday 23 December 2022 to all eligible registered shareholders. The key dates for the payment of

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ASX to open higher as Vista Group appoints new CEO | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is poised to end the week on a positive note after a decent session on Wall Street. The global market sentiment remained high on hopes that easing of stringent COVID-19 policies in China will restore global supply chains and curb inflation. According to the latest SPI fu

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What changes for Australia's renewable energy project as BP buys a 40.5% stake?

British oil and gas giant BP has acquired a 40.5% stake in and begun operatorship of the Asian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH) in Pilbara, Western Australia. The Asian Renewable Energy Hub is a project to create one of Australia's world's largest renewable energy plants.

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Australian share market rises l Beach drops Warrego acquisition bid

The S&P/ASX200 was up today, gaining 18.80 points or 0.26% to 7,194.30, despite crossing below its 20-day moving average as of 09 December, 10:03 am AEDT. Banking group, the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX: ANZ) today announced Clare Morgan has been appointed Group Executive Australia C

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Why is Digital Surge spending $1mn to pay back its customers?

The Australian Financial Review reported the directors of Digital Surge would spend $1 million of their own money to launch a repayment plan to pay back their customers. Brisbane-based Digital Surge, launched in 2017, allowed customers to trade 300 crypto tokens, including Bitcoin.

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What Are The Us's New Steel And Aluminum Tariffs Based On Carbon Emissions?

Can Bulk Purchases Reduce Carbon Footprints In Australian Aviation Space?

A growing number of companies are making bulk purchases of sustainable aviation fuel to reduce their carbon footprints, encouraging mass production of the cleaner energy that airlines need to meet their emissions targets.

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Will Ftx's Founder Be Charged For Market Manipulation?

U.S. federal prosecutors are investigating whether FTX's founder Sam Bankman-Fried manipulated the market for two cryptocurrencies this May that led to their collapse and resulted in the implosion of his own cryptocurrency exchange, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.

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Explainer- Chatgpt - What Is OpenAI’s Chatbot And What Is It Used For?

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in emerging technologies continues to advance rapidly. San Francisco-based OpenAI made its latest creation, the ChatGPT chatbot, available for free public testing on Nov. 30. A chatbot is a software application designed to mimic human-like conversation based o

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CBA increased indemnity limit to CountPlus

Commonwealth Bank of Australia has this morning provided an update on an increase to the limit of the indemnity provided to CountPlus.

Cycliq Group’s Fly12 Sport pushes strong results

Cycliq Group Limited has announced strong sales results for November on the back of the successful Fly12 Sport product launch.

SQN Investors unhappy with Bigtincan's capital raising?

Bigtincan (ASX: BTH) has announced that equity firm SQN Investors today sent a private letter to the company objecting to yesterday’s announcement relating to capital fundraising to accelerate key strategic priorities, leading to the trading halt in shares.

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Corazon Mining identifies lithium bearing pegmatite

Corazon Mining Limited has announced the identification of a lithium-bearing pegmatite within the Miriam Nickel Sulphide Project, better known as the Miriam Project, in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia.

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Cyclic Group experiences Strong sales for Oct/Nov

Cycliq Group Limited has announced strong sales results for November on the back of the successful Fly12 Sport product launch. The Fly12 Sport is a sports action camera that essentially functions as a dashcam for cyclists allowing for the capture of their journeys and to help improve safety.

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AIR NZ provides upgraded 2023 half yearly earnings guidance

Air New Zealand has provided an upgraded half yearly earnings guidance for the 2023 financial year. Continued strong travel demand across the domestic and international networks, as well as a recent decline in jet fuel prices has accelerated the airline’s financial recovery.

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Why DigitalX's Bitcoin Fund declined 23.7% for the month?

Bigtincan (ASX: BTH) said equity firm SQN Investors today sent a private letter to the company objecting to yesterday's announcement relating to capital fundraising to accelerate key strategic priorities, leading to the trading halt in shares. DigitalX (ASX: DCC) today provided the monthly update to

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Why do most Americans view crypto negatively?

The CNBC All-America Economic Survey, with 800 respondents, found Americans had lost confidence in crypto assets as the industry has faced a tough year of declining prices, exchange collapses and scandals. Calls to regulate the crypto space has intensified over the past two years and the survey also

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The S&P/ASX200 is lower today, dropping 18.10 points or 0.25% to 7,211.30.

On Wednesday The S&P/ASX200 closed lower dropping 61.90 points or 0.85% to 7,229.40. The bottom performing stocks in this index were KAROON ENERGY LTD and BRAINCHIP HOLDINGS LTD, down 6.90% and 6.62% respectively. Over the last five days, the index has lost 0.75% and 1.16% over the last 52 weeks.

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How Is The Darkening Growth Outlook Impacting The US Dollar?

The dollar crept higher on Wednesday as top executives from the biggest U.S. banks warned of an impending recession, which dampened risk appetite and kept the greenback supported. Top bankers from JPMorgan Chase & Co, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs said overnight that the banks are bracing for a

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Is Delta Air Lines' Pay Offer To Pilots A New 'Benchmark'?

Delta Air Lines' offer to give pilots a 34% cumulative pay increase in a new four-year contract has boosted hopes of similar raises at rivals United Airlines, American Airlines. While Delta's offer still requires the approval of union leaders and then a ratification by its pilots, aviators at United

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Why Is The EU Concerned About A US Climate Law Related To Electric Vehicles?

On December 5, the United States and the European Union reported progress in addressing EU concerns over a US climate bill that would deprive the bloc's electric vehicles of US tax incentives but were unable to address the issue. Watch this video for more

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Why Blackstone's Credit Fund Reached Withdrawal Limit?

Blackstone Inc said redemptions from its $50 billion non-traded business development company reached its pre-set limit for the first time but investors were still allowed to cash out on their investments. This is the first time redemption requests had reached the pre-set limit of 5% since Blackston

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How Much Did Santos (ASX:STO) Announce To Boost Buyback?

Santos’ latest boost to buyback comes in addition to the US$350 million announced in August 2022. Santos also announced a more simplified capital management framework. The company aims to annually return its shareholders a minimum of 40 per cent of its free cashflow.

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Why The Us Congress Could Punt A Funding Bill Into 2023?

The U.S. Congress may be forced to delay until early 2023 final agreement on funding the government through the end of its fiscal year, instead relying on a stopgap measure to keep the lights on, the top Senate Republican said on Tuesday

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Pinterest reaches a deal with activist Elliot Steinberg to join board

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What Contains In The 'Bloody Packages' Sent To Ukraine Embassy?

Spanish police intercepted three more envelopes containing animal eyes addressed to Ukraine's embassy in Madrid and its consulates in Barcelona and Malaga on Monday, police sources close to the investigation said. TN: What are 'Bloody Packages'?

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The Death Of Four Crypto Billionaires What We Do Know, What We Don't?

A crypto conspiracy is circulating online following the death of four crypto billionaires in the span of less than a month. In late October young crypto pioneer, Nikolai Mushegian who was found dead on a Puorto Rican beach just hours after tweeting that intelligence agencies were going to murder him

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How Much Did Santos (ASX:STO) Announce To Boost Buyback?

Santos’ latest boost to buyback comes in addition to the US$350 million announced in August 2022. Santos also announced a more simplified capital management framework. The company aims to annually return its shareholders a minimum of 40 per cent of its free cashflow.

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Donald Trump's Real Estate Company Guilty Of Tax Fraud?

Donald Trump's real estate company guilty of tax fraud? | Kalkine Media Donald Trump's real estate company was convicted on Tuesday of carrying out a 15-year-long criminal scheme to defraud tax authorities, adding to the legal woes facing the former U.S. president as he campaigns for the office aga

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Why Have Countries Teamed Up To Put A Price Cap On Russian Oil?

On December 3, the European Council announced that it had agreed to implement an oil price cap of USD 60 per barrel for crude oil, petroleum oils, and oils derived from bituminous materials that originate in or are exported from Russia.

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Dynamic Group Holdings announces new CEO

Dynamic Group Holdings Limited has announced the appointment of a new CEO. Mr Geoff Newman will join the Company as group Chief Executive Officer March 2023.


Which ASX-listed penny stock to raise $20M in Placement & SPP?

Xantippe Resources has announced that it has received binding commitments from institutional and professional investors for a placement of approximately $12 million. Aguia Resources has two well-advanced mining projects in southernmost Brazil: cathode green copper and organic phosphate. Hot Chili ha

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Bellevue Gold receives commitments for share placement

Bellevue Gold Limited with the ASX ticker code BGL, has announced that it has received firm commitments
for a A$60 million fully underwritten share placement to institutional investors at A$1.05 per share. 
This represents a discount of 13.2% to the last closing price of A$1.21 on Monday, 5 December

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Olympio Metals enters trading suspension

Olympio Metals Limited trading with the security code OLY - has entered into a trading suspension under ASX rule 17.2. The suspension is at the request of OLY, pending the release of an announcement regarding a potential acquisition.


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Oticon Medical provides acquisition update

Oticon Medical has provided an update on it’s potential acquisition from Cochlear.

Why is Binance CEO Zhao calling FTX founder a fraud?

Binance CEO, Changpeng “CZ” Zhao has taken to Twitter to absolve himself of any responsibility in the downfall of disgraced crypto exchange, FTX, in November. The billionaire CEO of the world’s largest crypto exchange, Binance, watched his main rival evaporate within weeks last month, leading tradin

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Why is Uber fined $14 million by an Australian court? Trending News

SYDNEY, Dec 7 - An Australian court fined Uber Technologies Inc A$21 million ($14 million) on Wednesday for threatening cancellation fees it never charged and overstating fare estimates on some rides, lower than a regulator wanted but a setback for the company.

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ASX 200 falls l Santos, SkyCity and Lendlease in the news

Australian shares opened Wednesday down 0.7 per cent to 7,239.2 after Wall Street saw another selloff in the overnight trade. Santos today announced a simplified capital management framework targeting higher shareholder returns and including a minimum annual return of at least 40 per cent of free ca

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ASX opens lower after Wall Street sell off

The S&P/ASX200 is lower today, dropping 25.20 points or 0.35% to 7,266.10. The fall comes after Wall Street saw another selloff in the overnight trade. Global stocks fell as investors considered how long the US Federal Reserve would keep interest rates high and "restrictive" to the US economy.

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How Much Argentina Targets In Offshore Savings With The Us Tax Deal?

Argentina's cash-strapped government will target some $100 billion in savings held in U.S. bank accounts, in an effort to tax the undeclared funds while boosting central bank reserves, part of a tax deal inked with the United States on Monday. The effort is part of a financial information exchange a

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Why Did Twitter Suspend Kanye West's Account Again?

On December 2, Musk's Twitter Inc suspended Kanye West's account again, only two months after it was reinstated, alleging his posts breached the social media platform's regulations. According to various media reports, Twitter suspended rapper Ye's account after he shared a picture that looked to rep

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China's Police Used Phones And Faces To Trace Protesters

The Chinese people have been demonstrating and criticising the zero covid policy adopted by the Chinese government. On November 24, a deadly residential fire in the remote western Chinese region of Xinjiang killed ten people and wounded nine, sparking protests. The public was outraged as videos of t

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Is Global Energy Efficiency Progress Accelerating?

The International Energy Agency on December 2 said that Energy efficiency actions had accelerated globally in 2022. Energy efficiency initiatives have intensified as governments and consumers have actively shifted to efficiency measures in response to fuel supply disruptions and record-high energy c

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Fifa Fervour- Brazil Vs Korea Republic Turns To A Bloodbath

Croatia booked their place in the quarter-finals after edging Japan 3-1 on penalties in Al Janoub. Powerhouse Brazil took on Korea Republic this morning, which more or less turned into a bloodbath.

How Did Chinese Hackers Steal Millions Of US Covid Relief Money?

Chinese hackers have stolen tens of millions of dollars’ worth of U.S. COVID relief benefits since 2020, the Secret Service said on Monday. The Secret Service declined to provide any additional details but confirmed a report by NBC News that said the Chinese hacking team that is reportedly responsib

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What Is Hidden In The Twitter Docs On Hunter Biden Tapes?

The confidential "Twitter Files," which discuss "free speech restriction" by the social networking company, were made public by Twitter CEO Elon Musk on Saturday morning. Musk retweeted a link to the account of the independent author and journalist Matt Taibbi, who posted a string of tweets explaini

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What Is Pushing Saudi Arabia's Non-oil Business Activity?

The Saudi Arabia Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI) from Riyad Bank indicated another significant improvement in economic conditions throughout the non-oil sector in November, highlighted by the sharpest expansion in business activity since August 2015. Watch this video for more

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North Korea firing more artillery shells into sea?

North Korea’s official KCNA reported on Tuesday, December 6 that it has ordered military units to fire more artillery shells into the sea, following South Korea's ongoing drills across the border. The firing comes a day after North Korea said it fired more than 130 shells into the sea off its east a

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4DS Memory Limited enters trading halt

4DS Memory Limited trading with the security code of 4DS has announced an immediate pause in trading. 4DS Memory Limited is an Australia-based semiconductor development company. The Company is principally engaged in the development of non-volatile interface switching resistive random-access memory (

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QEM, WBE and BMN: 3 energy penny stocks to explore today

QEM (ASX: QEM) announced the latest oil extraction results from the company’s bench-scale pilot plant test program. Whitebark Energy (ASX: WBE) announced progress on clean-up flow rates at the Rex-4 well in Wizard Lake in Alberta, Canada. Bannerman Energy (ASX: BMN) released the results from the DFS

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RBA raises rates to 10-yr high in the final policy decision of 2022

SYDNEY, Dec 6 (Reuters) - Australia's central bank on Tuesday delivered a widely expected interest rate hike at its last policy decision of 2022 and said more hikes are still needed ahead as policymakers seek to rein in inflation. Wrapping up its December policy meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australi

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Why is Australian crypto exchange SwyftX cutting down its staff?

Brisbane-based crypto exchange, Swyftx, has reportedly cut 35 percent of its staff yesterday as the crushing crypto winter continues. Swyftx announced to employees late on Monday that 90 of them would be packing up their desks for good.

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ASX poised to fall | Magellan sees more outflows | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is poised to fall. Magellan Financial Group fund’s under management experienced net outflows of $2.5 billion. Incannex expands intellectual property position for the treatment of sleep apnoea and Norwest Energy JV Operator Energy Resources starts acquisition of Rococo 3D

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Australian shares opened lower l Thoma Bravo to acquire Nearmap

Thoma Bravo BidCo will acquire 100% of the shares in Nearmap. Nearmap shares on the ASX will be suspended from the close of trading today. Eligible Nearmap shareholders will receive $2.10 in cash per each Nearmap share. BPH Energy is undertaking a non-renounceable entitlement issue of up to one opti

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Incannex treats sleep apnoea

Incannex expands intellectual property position for the treatment of sleep apnoea.

Acquisition plans for Rococo 3D seismic survey

Norwest Energy JV Operator Energy Resources starts acquisition of Rococo 3D seismic survey.

Magellan sees more outflows

Magellan Financial Group fund’s under management experienced net outflows of $2.5 billion

Switzerland freezes Russian assets

Switzerland has frozen a total of 7.5 billion Swiss francs in Russia, furthering the already imposed sanctions over Russia's war in Ukraine. Switzerland, a favoured destination for wealthy Russians, has also seized 15 Russian properties. However, Erwin Bollinger, in charge of bilateral economic rela

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Which 3 ASX-listed gold miners made notable announcements today?

GBM Resources (ASX: GBZ) announced a new Mineral Resource Estimate (MRE) for Twin Hills Gold Project (Twin Hills) with a measured, indicated, and inferred (M+I+I) resource of 999,200 oz Au and 4,824,600 oz Ag. Sierra Nevada Gold (ASX: SNX) is pleased to announce it has successfully completed the fir

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How many people in Australia smoke cigarettes? ll Trending News

Young people were less likely to be current daily smokers than in 2011-12. Figures from a new survey show the facts behind smoking in Australia.

Why is this tech investor uncertain about the future of crypto?

A prominent tech investor has made the dire predictions that “most” crypto companies will collapse following years of industry “Ponzi” schemes. Joe Lonsdale, an investor and a co-founder of software company Palantir, told Fox News that crypto companies are going to fall to Ponzi scheme-style bankrup

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Cronos sell one millionth product unit of cannabis

Cronos Australia sold the one millionth unit of medicinal cannabis through the Company’s CanView marketplace platform.

Trending ASX Stocks on Monday

The Australian benchmark index S&P/ASX 200 added 0.1 per cent, or 9.5 points, to 7311 in the opening minutes of trade. Australian Clinical Labs (ASX: ACL) said the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has expressed its intention to investigate the acts and practices of Medlab Pathology

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Google expands agreement with Splitit

Google and Splitit have reached an agreement to enable Splitit Instalments to be added to the Google Store.

Metcash up their dividend

Supermarket company Metcash report revenue rose 8.2% to $7.7 billion for the half year while underlying EBIT climbed 10.3 per cent to $255.1 million.

ASX to rebound. Google expands agreement with Splitit.

The Australian share market is poised to rebound this morning. Metcash report revenue rose 8.2% to $7.7 billion for the half year. Google expands agreement with Splitit and Cronos Australia sold the one millionth unit of medicinal cannabis.

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How Much Did Australia's Domino's Pizza Raises To Acquire Its Germany-based JV?

Australia's Domino's Pizza Enterprises (DMP.AX) said on Thursday it would raise A$165 million ($112 million) to fund the acquisition of its Germany-based joint venture that it owns with Domino's Pizza Group Plc (DOM.L)

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How Biden State Dinner Highlighted France's Us Appeal?

President Joe Biden's welcoming of French President Emmanuel Macron at the first White House state visit on Thursday since the U.S. Democrat took power in early 2021, is being celebrated by officials from both countries as a recognition of France's status as America's oldest ally.

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Why Did German Cabinet Approves Exit From Energy Charter Treaty

Economy Minister Robert Habeck on Wednesday announced Germany's withdrawal from the Energy Charter Treaty, as growing dissatisfaction with the agreement in Europe casts doubt over its future.

Is Tsmc Planning To Make More Advanced Chips In Us Why Is Biden Going To Visit Tsmc

Taiwan is well-known for producing the world's most advanced semiconductors. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. is the world's largest semiconductor manufacturer. The firm develops special integrated circuits. Watch out this video for more.

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FIFA Fervour: Japan Upsets as Germany Departs

Croatia secured a place in the round of sixteen in Al-Rayyaan this morning, after drawing nil-all with group F rivals Belgium. Belgium required a win to supersede Croatia in Group F but sadly their fans were forced to endure a series of missed chances, notably from substitute, Romelu Lukaku.

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Why Eu Has Warned Elon Musk With A Twitter Ban?

The European Union has threatened Elon Musk's Twitter with a ban unless the billionaire abides by its strict rules on content moderation, setting up a regulatory battle over the social media platform's future, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday.

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Can Australia upgraded emission reduction targets?

Australia is on pace to achieve newly boosted climate action objectives following the implementation of a slew of new policies. The Albanese Government submitted legislation in Parliament on November 30 to establish the AU$15 billion National Reconstruction Fund, which was a significant electoral pl

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All you need to know about  British 'Peak Save' energy reduction plan

(Reuters) - British Gas is launching an energy reduction plan for this winter that will pay customers for every unit of electricity they save compared to their normal usage, the company said on Thursday.

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Which 3 ASX-listed penny stocks are raising millions of funds?

Cauldron Energy said new shares under the placement will be issued under the company’s existing placement capacity. Mithril has received binding commitments for a placement to raise approximately funds. archTIS reaffirms its stated revenue growth objectives of 60% year over year and $9.5M of cash re

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ASX to hit a lower note | Atlas Arteria completes Skyway acquisition | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is poised to end the week on a lower note. Beach Energy in counterproposal to acquire Warrego Atlas Arteria completes the acquisition of majority interest in Skyway Concession Company. Toys“R”Us Black Friday orders up 38% versus prior corresponding period.

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"I screwed up", says disgraced FTX CEO Sam Bankman Fried

Disgraced former CEO and founder of bankrupt crypto exchange, FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried has addressed rumours of wild parties and drug use at the company’s headquarters in The Bahamas. In an interview via video-link at the Dealbook Summit in New York, SBF denied the now-collapsed exchange was run by “a

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Australian shares down 0.4% l Domino’s completes $150Mn placement

Transurban (ASX: TCL) announced distribution for the six months ending 31 December 2022. Transurban reaffirms its FY23 distribution guidance of 53.0 cents per stapled security on the basis set out in the FY22 Results materials. SQN Investors proposed buyout bid for Australia's Bigtincan (ASX: BTH).

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Atlas Arteria acquire the rest of Skyway

Atlas Arteria completes the acquisition of majority interest in Skyway Concession Company.

Beach Energy in counterproposal to acquire Warrego

Beach Energy counters Hancock’s bid for West Australian gas developer Warrego Energy

Toys“R”Us Black Friday orders up 38%

Toys“R”Us experienced strong growth during November with orders per day on Black Friday up 38 per cent versus prior corresponding period.

Mistakes To Avoid During A Mortgage Loan

A mortgage loan can be the biggest borrowing during the lifetime of any individual. The instalments are usually on the higher side as compared to other loans. This makes it extremely important to consider some crucial points like assessing your exact requirement and dealing with the process in a cal

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Has Greece Relied Heavily On Its Sole Lng Terminal Off Athens?

As demand grows for liquefied natural gas in Europe in the wake of the war in Ukraine, Greece has relied heavily on its sole LNG terminal off Athens to replace Russian gas imports.

Why Did Cochlear Reject Proposed Acquisition Of Oticon Medical?

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has outlined significant preliminary competition concerns over Cochlear’s proposed acquisition of Oticon Medical.

Why The US Inflation Reduction Act Has Europe Up In Arms?

French President Emmanuel Macron will use a state visit to Washington this week to press European Union concerns about the United States' huge new green energy subsidy package. While EU countries welcome the new commitment to energy transition, they fear the $430 billion Inflation Reduction Act will

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Is Bitcoin Popular In Australia Is It Legal

Australia is an advanced economy and has a fully developed financial landscape comprising banking entities, stock exchanges and other participants. In the last few years, blockchain-based cryptocurrencies have become quite popular worldwide and in the country. Risks aside, these speculative assets,

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Fifa Fervour- Australia Qualifies For The Round Of 16

Australia finished second in Group 2 after defeating Denmark 1-0. Denmark, who are ranked 10th in football world rankings, dominated possession, especially in the first half where they created plenty of chances, but Australia’s gutsy scrambling defence was enough to prevent any goals from the Danes.

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What is Jurassic Shiba and why is it buzzing?

There’s a litany of meme coins floating about, but, most of them offer very little other than a quirky name and design. Jurassic Shiba is aiming to break the mould. With an array of different features and web3 applications it’s generating buzz, but is it work looking at? Kalkine Media investigates.

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Which three Aussie stocks to look at in the next decade?

Generally, investors put their money in stocks to secure their financial future as they think stocks offer a way to earn returns on investment. But not all stocks guarantee that you will improve your situation. Therefore, much time and research are required to determine where you can spend your mone

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Why Australia's October inflation came in lower than forecasted?

The monthly Consumer Price Index indicator rose 6.9 per cent in the year to October 2022, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. This month's annual movement of 6.9 per cent is lower than the 7.3 per cent movement in September, however CPI inflation remains high.

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Which ASX-listed metals and mining penny stocks to explore today?

Antilles Gold (ASX: AAU) has received approximately 70% of the assays from the outcropping gold domain of the El Pilar oxide deposit in central Cuba, from a recent 1800m drilling program. Ark Mines (ASX: AHK) has received assay results back from NAL Laboratories, for the second phase of drilling at

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AUD on a high as dovish markets drag down US yields ii Trending News

The Australia dollar scaled multi-month highs as market wagers on a less aggressive US tightening cycle pulled down Treasury yields and undermined the US dollar.

U.S. bans new Huawei, ZTE equipment sales, citing national security risk ll Trending News

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said on Friday it had adopted the final rules, which also effectively bar the sale or import of new equipment made by Chinese surveillance equipment maker Dahua Technology Co, video surveillance firm Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co Ltd and telecoms

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Sam Bankman-Fried donated FTX crypto to Republican Party

The fallout from the collapse of crypto exchange FTX continues with ex-CEO and founder, Sam Bankman-Fried making the startling claim that he donated to the Republican Party. Watch this show for more.

ASX to extend gains | Medibank hackers taunt 'Happy Cyber Security Day' | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is expected to extend its gains. Medibank hackers release more data with the message, 'Happy Cyber Security Day.' PEXA has completed the acquisition of Optima Legal and Centuria Industrial REIT today settled NSW industrial facility for $34.5 million

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S&P/ASX 200 up 1% l Domino’s to raise up to A$165Mn

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises said funds to will be used to fund the option exercise price for the acquisition of all the shares held by DPG in the German joint venture. ACCC is concerned the proposed acquisition of Oticon Medical by Cochlear would substantially lessen competition. Downer EDI’s COO Pet

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Medibank hackers taunt 'Happy Cyber Security Day'

The hackers behind the Medibank cyber attack have released more data with the message, 'Happy Cyber Security Day.'

PEXA acquires Optima Legal

The PEXA Group is the operator of the world’s first digital property exchange platform and Optima Legal is a leading British mortgage processing firm.

Centuria Industrial REIT today settled NSW industrial facility

Centuria Industrial REIT today settled NSW industrial facility for $34.5 million.

The Largest Grocery Chains In The Us - Albertsons & Kroger To Merge?

Skeptical lawmakers from across the political spectrum questioned executives at grocers Kroger Co (KR.N) and Albertsons Companies Inc (ACI.N) on Tuesday about their planned $25 billion merger amid concerns the tie-up could boost already-high food prices.

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Why Us Lawmakers Are Pressing To Enforce A 2016 Law Against Ticket Scalpers?

U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday pressed the Federal Trade Commission to enforce a 2016 law against ticket scalpers using bots after Ticketmaster blamed the software for troubles selling tickets to pop superstar Taylor Swift's upcoming tour.

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Fifa Fervour- Two Fixtures Decided For The Round Of 16

Two fixtures have now been decided for the round of 16 with the Netherlands set to play the first knockout match of the tournament against the USA after the USA claimed a tense 1-0 victory over Iran to secure second place in Group B. The Netherlands finished top of Group A by easily accounting for h

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Cryptoverse- Messi Takes On Ronaldo In Fan Coin World Cup

The market for fan tokens, a volatile cocktail of crypto and sport, is heating up in the desert of Qatar. Interest in this niche breed of cryptocurrencies, typically linked to sports teams like Barcelona or Brazil, has been charged up by the soccer World Cup which began on Nov. 20.

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How Australia’s Saltmarsh Ecosystems Provided Protection To Thousands?

Saltmarsh ecosystems provided protection to more than 88,000 homes from potential storm surge damage, according to 2021 data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Director of Centre of Environmental and Satellite Accounts at the ABS, Peter Meadows, said the National Ocean Ecosystem Accoun

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Why Irish Privacy Regulator Has Fined Facebook

Ireland's data privacy regulator imposed a 265 million euro ($277 million) fine on social media giant Facebook on Monday, bringing the total it has fined parent group Meta (META.O) to almost 1 billion euros. The penalty resulted from an investigation, started last year, into the discovery of a coll

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German Chancellor welcomes new LNG deal from Qatar

(Reuters) - German Chancellor Olaf Scholz welcomed a new deal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar on Tuesday as a "building block" towards his country's energy security and a sign that Berlin had many different countries to tap for supplies.

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FIFA fervour: Cameron and Serbia went blow for blow in an end to end 3 all draw

To close out day 8 we were treated to a world cup classic! Cameron and Serbia went blow for blow in an end to end 3 all draw which included some cracking goals. The draw was the first points either side has collected so far in their group G pool, after Switzerland claimed a 1-0 victory over Cameroon

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Jayex provides operational update | Aspermont announces FY22 results

Jayex Technology completes thorough review of the total group operations by newly appointed CEO. State Gas appoints Doug McAlpine as Chief Executive Officer. Aspermont today announced its financial results for the financial year 2022. Watch out this show for more updates.

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Why HSBC is selling its business to Royal Bank of Canada?

HSBC has agreed to sell its business in Canada to Royal Bank of Canada for C$13.5 billion ($10 billion) in cash, paving the way for a potential bumper payout for shareholders later down the line.

Which companies are launching IPO on ASX in the upcoming week?

In this episode of #IPO Corner, we will be looking at the proposed IPO #listings scheduled for the upcoming week of December as information available on the #ASX website on November 30. Watch out this video for more.

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Why Aussies are buying the Crypto Dip?

It’s been a volatile year for crypto - more so than usual and crypto’s market cap has sunk to lows not seen in a few years. As such, a number of Australians have taken this opportunity to buy the dip, according to the 2022 Independent Reserve Cryptocurrency Index. Watch this show for more.

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Cooper Energy in partnership for projects in Vietnam

Cooper Energy is participating in a $1.1 million private public-NGO partnership to lay the foundations for nature-based carbon projects in Vietnam.

Star Entertainment sued by AUSTRAC for money laundering breaches

Australian shares market opens flat following a poor night on Wall Street. Global Lithium Resources successfully completes its SPP that was announced on October 25. Star Entertainment’s subsidiaries served with statement of claim from AUSTRAC. Perpetual announces the notional appointments of the Exe

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AMP announce new CFO

AMP today announced the appointment of Peter Fredricson as its new CFO.

Temple & Webster report sales slump during lockdowns

Temple & Webster report revenue for the year ended 30 June 2022 was $426.3 million with a sales slump during Covid lockdown.

ASX to open lower | AMP has a new CFO | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is expected to open marginally lower this morning. Temple & Webster report revenue for the year was $426.3 million. AMP today announced the appointment of Peter Fredricson as its new CFO and Cooper Energy in partnership to lay the foundations for nature-based carbon proje

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Rio Tinto Signs Remedy Agreement For Rock Disaster With Wa Traditional Owners

Rio Tinto has signed a remedy agreement with WA traditional owners after Juukan Gorge blasts. The Puu-tu Kunti Kurrama and Pini-kura (PKKP) Aboriginal Corporation and Rio Tinto have agreed to create the Juukan Gorge Legacy Foundation after signing a remedy agreement regarding the tragic destruction

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Jetstar Customers Can Now Access Bnpl Offers On Booking Flights This Holiday Season

A new Jetstar partnership allows customers access to Zip’s buy now, pay later offering on eligible flights. The collaboration is an expansion of the Qantas partnership announced earlier this year and provides more flexible payment options for Jetstar customers – just in time for the holiday season.

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What Is The Progress Of CBDC (eAUD) In Australia?

The term CBDC, however, has 'central bank' in its name. Here, it is expected that the fiat currency of any country, for example, the Australian dollar (AUD), would be infused with some new features and released as a digital-only currency for regular payments.

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In this short video, we shine light on how taxes and deductions work when you prefer an SMSF to save for retirement. There are some crucial elements like concessional rate of 15% on income, non-arm’s length income and so on. This short video is informative, but you may still want to consult with an

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Why Banks In Eu Are Facing Tougher Rules On Cyber-attack Recovery?

Financial firms in the European Union will have to show how quickly they could recover from a cyber-attack as they rely more for key services on 'cloud computing' giants such as Amazon, Microsoft, Google and IBM, the EU said on Monday. Regulators worry about the speed and scale at which banks, insur

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Is China posing increasing threat in military space race?

(Reuters) - Rapid advancements in China’s military capabilities pose increasing risks to American supremacy in outer space, the head of the United States military’s space wing said on Monday.

UK ditches ban on 'Legal but Harmful' online content

Britain will not force tech giants to remove content that is "legal but harmful" from their platforms after campaigners and lawmakers raised concerns that the move could curtail free speech, according to the government on Monday. Online safety laws would instead focus on the protection of children a

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Why did regulators fine crypto exchange Kraken?

When holding large sums of crypto for extra security some businesses in particular may choose custodian storage instead of storage in cold wallets. In custodian storage usually the technology provider has part access to your funds in a multisig set up. Watch this video to find out if FTX who filed f

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Biden asks Congress to avert rail strike warning of dire economic impact

U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday called on Congress to intervene to avert a potential rail strike that could occur as early as Dec. 9, warning of a catastrophic economic impact if railroad service ground to a halt. Biden asked lawmakers to adopt the tentative deal announced in September "without a

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What made Microba Life Sciences shares zoom on the ASX today?

Sonic Healthcare agrees to invest $17.8 million to acquire 19.99% shareholding in Microba. ADX Energy signs Joint Development Agreement with Kepis & Pobe Financial Group. E79 Gold Mines commences reverse circulation drilling at its Laverton South Gold Project in WA. Watch out this show for more upda

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Immutep signs new agreement for urothelial cancer patients

Immutep has signed a Clinical Trial Collaboration and Supply Agreement with Merck, Darmstadt, Germany and Pfizer for a new Phase I clinical study in patients with urothelial cancer.

BlockFi files for bankruptcy following FTX crash

Crypto company BlockFi has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the United States after the dramatic implosion of FTX. Earlier this year, in an attempt to save BlockFI, FTX had actually lent the exchange $400M US dollars.

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Santos and Brickworks in new gas deal

Santos and Brickworks have agreed binding terms to extend domestic gas supply to 2035.

Aurizon delays decision on divestment of East Coast Rail

Rail freight operator Aurizon has delayed its decision on the divestment of the East Coast Rail business to next month

Why ASX listed healthcare, consumer and energy shares are making headlines today?

Australian share market opened on a negative note. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation announces its results for Q1 FY2023. Santos temporarily shuts down Jon Brookes platform. Collins Foods announces its result for the half-year ended October 16. Watch out this show for more updates.

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ASX to open higher. Santos and Brickworks in gas deal

The Australian share market is poised to open higher. Santos and Brickworks have agreed binding terms to extend domestic gas supply to 2035. Aurizon delays decision on the divestment of the East Coast Rail business and Immutep has signed an agreement with Merck, Darmstadt, Germany and Pfizer.

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DXN enters exclusive Global Distribution Licence Agreement with Flow2Edge

Way2VAT experiences a strong finish to the financial year. DXN Limited today announced that it has entered into an exclusive Global Distribution Licence Agreement with Flow2Edge Holdings. Mamba Exploration enters into an option agreement to purchase 100% of the rare-earth element rights over four ex

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Oil drops more than $1 as China's Covid protests fuel demañd worries

Oil futures fell more than $1 early on Monday as protests in top importer China over strict COVID-19 curbs fuelled demand worries, while investors remained cautious ahead of an agreement on a Western price cap on Russian oil and an OPEC+ meeting.

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Retail turnover falls for the first time in 2022: ABS

Australian retail sales fell 0.2 per cent in October month-on-month, show figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Bank of Queensland seeks new CEO

The search has begun for a new CEO for the Bank of Queensland as current CEO George Frazis leaves the bank.

Atlas Arteria gets approval for Chicago Skyway purchase

All required regulatory approvals have been obtained in relation to the acquisition of a 66.67% majority interest in Skyway Concession Company, the concessionaire of the Chicago Skyway

Brambles’ CHEP to combine with Loscam China

Brambles has entered into an agreement to combine the pallet and automotive pooling operations of CHEP China with Loscam in Greater China.

ASX to open lower | Search for new BoQ CEO | Kalkine Media

The Australian share market is expected to open on a lower note this morning. The search has begun for a new CEO for the Bank of Queensland. Brambles’ CHEP China to combine with Loscam China and Atlas Arteria gets regulatory approval for Chicago Skyway purchase

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Reuters) - British motor and home insurers are set for significant losses in 2022 and 2023 due to inflationary pressures and low premium rates, according to a report by professional services firm EY.

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And lastly the securities of WA Kaolin will be placed in a trading halt effective immediately.
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