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tvnewsaustralia June 1, 2018

Asked about JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon’s contention earlier this month that 10-year Treasury yields could hit 4 per cent, Gorman said “I would be surprised if it’s under 3 per cent; I would be as surprised if it was above 4.” The benchmark 10-year note yield was at 2.85 per cent in Thursday morning […]

tvnewsaustralia May 31, 2018

WILSON Security will be forced to pay back the $740,000 trusting companies paid for a premium service it charged customers for but didn’t complete. The West Australian security company was found to be charging customers for patrols it didn’t actually do. It will fully refund the 320 corporate clients to which it promised internal security […]

tvnewsaustralia May 31, 2018

The world’s airlines have probably hit the peak of the profit cycle after nine years of growth and amid concerns that oil prices will begin to “bite hard” into earnings if they stay above $US80 a barrel, the head of the world’s peak airline body has warned. Speaking ahead of a gathering of the world’s airline executives […]

tvnewsaustralia May 31, 2018

A developer is proposing to build a $100 million floating wharf at the Port of Broome for cruise ships and oil and gas vessels. Kimberley Marine Support Base has struck a deal with the the Kimberley Ports Authority to develop a business case for the project. The developers involved were responsible for the Onslow Marine […]

tvnewsaustralia May 31, 2018

The world’s airlines have probably hit the peak of the profit cycle after nine years of growth and amid concerns that oil prices will begin to “bite hard” into earnings if they stay above $US80 a barrel, the head of the world’s peak airline body has warned. Speaking ahead of a gathering of the world’s airline executives […]

tvnewsaustralia May 31, 2018

Former Australian ExxonMobil workers were banned from attending the US oil giant’s shareholder meeting in Dallas, Texas despite having proxies to attend from a Benedictine nun and a charity group. The workers travelled to Dallas this week with the support of the Electrical Trades Union, Australian Manufacturing Workers Union and the Australian Workers Union as […]

tvnewsaustralia May 31, 2018

Amazon will block Australia-based customers from buying products on its overseas sites when the goods and services tax is applied to all imported e-commerce items in July. From July 1, Amazon will redirect local shoppers trying to visit the likes of Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk to its much smaller Australian site, thwarting those who enjoy the […]

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