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Morphic on why Woolworths' short potential is not exhausted yet | afr.com

2017-01-23 afr
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Dollar Drops as Trump’s ‘America First’ Speech Unnerves Traders - Bloomberg

2017-01-23 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

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European Investment Bank confirms backing EUR50mn Colombo water network

2017-01-23 lankabusinessonline
The European Investment Bank will provide EUR 50 million to support improvement and expansion of sewage networks across the Sri Lankan capital Colombo. The new loan will help Colombo Municipal Council to achieve its goal of providing full sanitation coverage to benefit people living and working in the greater Colombo area. The new EIB loan is European Investment Bank’s first ever support for water investment in Sri Lanka and the first loan for public sector investment agreed with the new post civil-war government.

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Funding Deal Secured for Jordan’s Biggest Solar Plant

2017-01-23 renewableenergyworld
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is to oversee the funding of what will be the largest solar plant in Jordan.

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FEATURE - Serve-and-volley tennis rises from the dust in Melbourne

2017-01-23 in.reuters
MELBOURNE It was John McEnroe who summed it up best. "You did it old school," he told Mischa Zverev after the German had beaten Andy Murray on Sunday.

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SNE appraisals begin offshore Senegal

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The Cairn Energy Ltd.-led group in the SNE oil discovery offshore Senegal has begun the 2017 appraisal program at the field, which was originally discovered in 2014.

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Will Mild Weather Push Natural Gas Prices Lower?

2017-01-23 marketrealist
Natural gas (FCG) (BOIL) (UNG) (GASL) futures for February delivery fell 0.1% and were trading at $3.2 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) in electronic trading at 12:55 AM EST as of January 23, 2017. Prices are trading near a two-week low due to warmer-than-average temperatures. For more on prices and drivers, read the previous part of this series.

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BHP Billiton and Vale's troubled Samarco venture hit with class action from noteholders

2017-01-23 smh.com.au
BHP Billiton and its partner in the troubled Samarco mine venture, Vale, are facing a fight with its bankers after a class action was filed in New York on behalf of the holders of $2.2 billion in notes used to fund the disastrous project.

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TW Holdings completes medical cannabis acquisition

2017-01-22 proactiveinvestors.com.au
During December 2016, the company raised the maximum $5 million under its prospectus offering issuing 25 million shares at $0.20.

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Movie World, Wet 'n' Wild theme parks affected by Dreamworld tragedy

2017-01-23 abc.net.au
Village Roadshow has reported attendance by Queenslanders at its theme parks has dropped by more than 12 per cent compared to the prior year since the Dreamworld tragedy, where four people were killed.

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UPDATE 1-Australia to boost protection of critical infrastructure

2017-01-23 reuters
SYDNEY Jan 23 The Australian government is drawing up a list of key infrastructure assets, including power grids and ports and has set up a new body that will scrutinise foreign-led bids to see if there are national security issues, it said on Monday.

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Solar, battery demand set to surge as energy prices soar, survey finds

2017-01-23 smh.com.au
Soaring prices of electricity and gas are prompting many more people to consider adding solar panels and batteries to give them greater control over costs, a consumer survey has found.

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China's central bank gives early Lunar New Year gift to big banks

2017-01-22 cnbc
China has allowed its five biggest banks to temporarily lower the amount of money that they must hold as reserves to relieve pressure in its financial system as demand for cash surges ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

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Bellamy's facing second legal action by disgruntled shareholders

2017-01-23 abc.net.au
Shares in Tasmanian-based baby food maker Bellamy's have slumped on the back of news it is being sued by investors.

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Bellamy's woes deepen as class action launched

2017-01-22 smh.com.au
The woes confronting troubled infant milk formula group Bellamy's Australia have deepened with the confirmation of a class action from disgruntled investors in the wake of the company's recent upheavals.

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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Jan 23

2017-01-23 reuters
Jan 23 The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

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COLUMN-Copper market focus shifts back to unpredictable supply: Andy Home

2017-01-23 reuters
(Repeats Jan. 20 story with no changes to text. The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)

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Solar, battery demand set to surge as energy prices soar, survey finds

2017-01-23 theage.com.au
Soaring prices of electricity and gas are prompting many more people to consider adding solar panels and batteries to give them greater control over costs, a consumer survey has found.

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Pinnacle overbids Soul Patts to win Hunter Hall

2017-01-23 smh.com.au
The manoeuvrings to take control of Hunter Hall International stepped up a notch late Monday with a second takeover bid being lodged which further complicates the likely outcome.

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MOKO Social Media to update on financing proposal

2017-01-22 proactiveinvestors.com.au
The halt will remain in place until the opening of trade on Wednesday, 25th January 2017, or earlier if an announcement is made to the market.

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Banks can maintain dividends despite headwinds: AFIC

2017-01-23 smh.com.au
Bank shareholders can look forward to strong dividends this year despites the pressures on the sector from lacklustre credit growth and stiff competition.

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Brambles leads ASX slump on Donald Trump day one

2017-01-23 smh.com.au
The Australian sharemarket greeted the Trump era by dropping to a one-month low, further consolidating a streak of losses that saw it fall below 2016 levels last week.

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Bellamy's woes deepen as class action launched

2017-01-22 theage.com.au
The woes confronting troubled infant milk formula group Bellamy's Australia have deepened with the confirmation of a class action from disgruntled investors in the wake of the company's recent upheavals.

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Brambles leads ASX slump on Donald Trump day one

2017-01-23 theage.com.au
The Australian sharemarket greeted the Trump era by dropping to a one-month low, further consolidating a streak of losses that saw it fall below 2016 levels last week.

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Age not just a number as Super Serena marches on

2017-01-23 in.reuters
MELBOURNE It was back in 2003 that Serena Williams first stamped her name on Australian Open history, the then 21-year-old taking down sister Venus to bring home her first title on the blue courts of Melbourne Park.