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Why buying now ISN'T the answer: How young people will be able to snag a ...

The Daily Mail 14 Apr 2021
Real estate values across the country are rising at the fastest pace since October 1988 as buyers take advantage of record-low Reserve Bank interest rates of just 0.1 per cent ... The major banks start raising variable mortgage rates from July 2021 as cheap Covid financing from Reserve Bank of Australia runs out.
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The new rules you must follow to make money from property and what every home ...

The Daily Mail 13 Apr 2021
Property values last month soared at the fastest pace since October 1988 with price records set in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra and Hobart. Buyers are piling into the market with Reserve Bank interest rates at a record low of 0.1 per cent and the big banks offering fixed-mortgage rates of less than 2 per cent.
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Soaring home prices prompt calls for Canberra to step in

Straits Times 09 Apr 2021
Prices in Sydney and Melbourne were up 6.7 per cent and 4.9 per cent respectively in the last three months, according to property data firm CoreLogic ... Rise in prices in Melbourne 6.3% ... ANZ Bank is predicting prices in Australia will go up by about 17 per cent by the end of the year, said its economist Felicity Emmett.
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AUD/USD rebounds ahead of RBA interest rate decision

Invezz 02 Apr 2021
AUD/USD price action ... Further, recent numbers show that the country’s central bank could be forced to hike rates earlier than expected. Housing prices have soared in key areas like Sydney and Melbourne while Australian government bonds have also rallied. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will publish its interest rate decision on Tuesday next week ... .
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Brumbies hold out for victory as Waratahs come storming back

Supersport 02 Apr 2021
Brumbies returned to the top of the Super Rugby AU standings but had to hang on grimly to beat the winless New South Wales Waratahs 24-22 at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday.","content"."Brumbies returned to the top of the Super Rugby AU standings but had ...
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Fake oil sprayed at Bank of England by Extinction Rebellion protesters

Metro UK 01 Apr 2021
Extinction Rebellion activists have thrown ‘fake oil’ over the Bank of England (Picture ... Protests were also held at banks in Glasgow, Brighton, Cambridge and Cornwall – and globally in Paris, Brussels and Melbourne ... The Bank of England ...
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Climate Activists Spray Fake Oil on Bank of England as Part of 'Global Money Rebellion'

Urdu Point 01 Apr 2021
"The Bank of England has failed utterly in its duty to regulate giant funders of fossil fuels like Barclays and HSBC ... According to the statement, similar protests are being held on Thursday in front of private banks in several UK cities like Glasgow, Brighton, Cambridge and Cornwall, as well as in Paris, Brussels and Melbourne.
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Extinction Rebellion sprays Bank of England with ‘oil’ in new wave of protest

The Independent 01 Apr 2021
The world’s 60 largest banks have funded the fossil fuel industry to the tune of $3.8 trillion since 2016,” XR said ... Elsewhere, local XR groups in Glasgow, Brighton, Cambridge and Cornwall, are also targeting private banks, while in Paris, Brussels and Melbourne, protesters are marching against the economic institutions XR say are “killing” us.
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Wipro to acquire leading Australian cybersecurity service provider Ampion

Live Mint 01 Apr 2021
This deal aims to bring scale and market agility to respond to the growing customers' demands ... The merged entity, Ampion is headquartered in Melbourne, with offices in Sydney, Brisbane, and a zone 3 facility in Canberra." TRENDING STORIESSee All. Premium Bank holidays in April 2021. Full list of days banks will remain closed this monthPremium ... N.S ... .
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Greek Community of Melbourne marks bicentennial of 1821 revolution

Greek City Times 29 Mar 2021
The Commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of the Greek War of Independence was a Greek Community of Melbourne event ... The event was auspiced by the Greece21 committee and supported by the Victorian Government through the Victorian Multicultural Commission, The City of Melbourne, the Greek precinct of Melbourne, Delphi Bank and AA holdings.
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Mandarins play property price ping-pong

The Daily Telegraph Australia 29 Mar 2021
As house prices move higher again — this week Melbourne has followed Sydney in passing its 2020 peak — the banking regulator has moved quickly to declare it has no role in the urgent issue of “solving house prices” ....
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Protesters Take Climate Call To Australia’s Streets

The Tennessee Tribune 28 Mar 2021
MELBOURNE, Australia — Protesters have chained themselves to machinery and buildings, blocked intersections with coffins and clashed with police in a series of rallies across Australia, which have caused peak-hour chaos ... “They are protesting for the climate, which is nice,” she said, before glancing at banked-up motorists honking their horns.
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Huge changes at Westpac will see dozens of branches close in biggest ever downsizing of ...

The Daily Mail 26 Mar 2021
Australia's oldest bank Westpac is closing 48 branches across Australia with service to be terminated from April. Westpac and branches of its subsidiaries St George, Bank SA and Bank of Melbourne are being culled, with 165 jobs in jeopardy ... Australia's oldest bank Westpac is closing 48 branches across Australia. Westpac banks to close ... North Melbourne.
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Casino Giant Crown Under Investigation For Wage Theft

The Tennessee Tribune 25 Mar 2021
The ombudsman’s enforcement director Stephen Ronson said the company believed the amount was about $2 million including superannuation ... The latter inquiry found the company facilitated money laundering at its Melbourne and Perth casinos. Crown Melbourne is located on the south bank of the Yarra River, in Melbourne ... “That slowed down their responses.”.
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Oil tumbles 4% on concerns over Europe curbs, rollouts

Metro USA 23 Mar 2021
Brent crude futures dropped by $2.20, or 3.4%, to $62.42 a barrel by 0948 GMT. U.S ...Physical prices have been weaker than futures have been suggesting for several weeks now,” said Lachlan Shaw, National Australia Bank’s head of commodity research. (Additional reporting by Sonali Paul in Melbourne; Editing by Susan Fenton). .
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