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Journalist groped at Goldfields mining event
... behaved in a respectful and inclusive manner. His expectations of delegates' behaviour also extended to unaffiliated events and private functions that take place around the city during this period. The alleged incident took place at the Graduates Hall at the West Australian School of Mines, with school alumni hosting a networking event the same week as the conference. A joint statement by the West Australian School of Mines Alumni and Curtin University said they were extremely disappointed by the behaviour of ...
Updated: 08/11/2022
Trucker industry calls for lifting of speed limits
... speed limit in every other state on the eastern seaboard. New South Wales learner drivers used to be capped at 80 kph until it was increased in 2013. Queensland, Victoria and the ACT do not have similar speed restrictions for their learner drivers but the Northern Territory limits learners to 80 kph and South Australian novices are capped at 100 kph. Graham Kidson runs a driving school in Orange, in the state's central west, and argues that a learner driver could cause dangerous situations on regional roads. Traffic is building up behind them, it makes them ...
Updated: 08/11/2022
Australian retail investors use YouTube videos to buy cryptocurrencies
..., the securities watchdog said on Thursday. Nearly half of Australian retail investors owned cryptocurrencies in late 2021 and more got their information from YouTube videos than from financial advisers, the securities watchdog said on Thursday. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission ASIC survey of 1,053 retail investors, conducted last November, found 44 per cent of them holding cryptocurrencies, making it the second most popular investment after Australian shares. A quarter of investors ...
Updated: 08/11/2022
Euro, yen hold onto gains after less hot inflation data
... remains possible. After the data showed that they would tighten monetary policy until price pressures were fully broken, policy makers of the Fed warned in public that they would continue to tighten monetary policy until price pressures were broken. The Australian dollar, a common proxy for risk sentiment, was down 0.2 per cent after a 1.7 per cent overnight gain, and sterling was slightly softer at $1.2192, down 0.2 per cent. The price of digital currency was up 2.6 per cent at $24,577, up from $24,...
Updated: 08/11/2022
Australia’s worst bank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, loses its bull
... buy-equivalent recommendations after a downgrade by Jefferies Financial Group Inc. The bank warned of a challenging outlook during its full-year earnings results on Wednesday, and the brokerage flagged slowing credit growth and rising cost pressures. The macro outlook for Australian banks is deteriorating as rising rates crimp credit expansion, Jefferies analysts led by Brian Johnson wrote in a note. The company's net interest margin outlook is being weakened by intense deposit competition. Australia's largest lenders ...
Updated: 08/11/2022
Australian investors own cryptocurrency
... videos than from financial advisers, according to the securities watchdog. Nearly half of Australian retail investors owned cryptocurrencies in late 2021 and more from YouTube videos than from financial advisers, according to the securities watchdog. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission ASIC survey conducted last November showed 44% holding cryptocurrencies, making it the second most popular investment after Australian shares. A quarter of investors who hold cryptocurrencies said it was ...
Updated: 08/11/2022
Bloomberg Senex to invest $1 billion to boost gas production in Australia
A $1 billion, $707 million will be invested by Bloomberg Senex Energy Ltdude controlled by Posco and billionaire Gina Rinehart, to produce more natural gas in Queensland amid concerns from Australian authorities over a potential shortfall of the fuel. A $1 billion, $707 million will be invested by Bloomberg Senex Energy Ltd. , controlled by Posco and billionaire Gina Rinehart , to produce more natural gas in Queensland amid concerns from Australian authorities over a potential shortfall ...
Updated: 08/11/2022
Australian retail investors own cryptocurrency
... advisers, according to the securities watchdog. Nearly half of Australian retail investors owned cryptocurrencies in the late 2021 and more got their information from YouTube videos than from financial advisers, according to the securities watchdog. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission ASIC survey of 1,053 retail investors last November showed 44 per cent holding cryptocurrencies, making it the second most popular investment after Australian shares. A quarter of investors who hold cryptocurrencies ...
Updated: 08/11/2022
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