Most Australians are expecting the Reserve Bank to deliver a pre-Christmas interest rate cut at its last board meeting for the year, a survey has found.
THE coming year will determine whether Australia has a long-term, viable car industry, according to the nation's biggest auto producer.
In the mid-1980s, three big Australian banks - ANZ, Westpac and National Australia Bank - embarked on a dramatic overseas expansion.
Australian shares are expected to post a weak start after Wall Street was weaker on fiscal cliff concerns but Europe gained after agreement was reached on Greece's debt.
Despite the efforts of retailers to get us spending, this year's Christmas shopping spree is shaping up as modest, rather than spectacular.
'Shove them up your arse.'' That's how outgoing Cabcharge director Sharon Doyle responded to efforts to get the taxi payments system operator to participate in a survey of corporate carbon emissions.
Shares in the region rallied and the dollar shifted higher after Greece reached a landmark deal to restructure its faltering debt bailout program.
The coming year will determine whether Australia has a long-term, viable car industry, according to the nation's biggest car maker.
Aside from war, corruption is probably the biggest obstacle to economic and social development in poor countries.
THE Reserve Bank is set to cut interest rates twice more - next month and near the start of next year - taking its cash rate to 2.75 per cent, an all-time low.
What better time to say “thanks a million” to our SES volunteers than during National Volunteers Week?
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