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Banks and the franchise sector is a recipe for a right royal screw up

2018-05-22 theage.com.au
“I had my kids paying my bills for me. That’s not what a mother does,” Marion Messih told the royal commission into financial services.

 
Banks and the franchise sector is a recipe for a right royal screw up

2018-05-22 smh.com.au
“I had my kids paying my bills for me. That’s not what a mother does,” Marion Messih told the royal commission into financial services.

 
'The model is flawed': Endota Spa franchisee left bankrupt

2018-05-11 theage.com.au
Fran Forde owned and operated two Endota Spa franchises in the coastal town of Torquay, but her life fell apart when her franchises were terminated.

 
'The model is flawed': Endota Spa franchisee left bankrupt

2018-05-11 smh.com.au
Fran Forde owned and operated two Endota Spa franchises in the coastal town of Torquay, but her life fell apart when her franchises were terminated.

 
R Kelly’s music banned

2018-05-10 ntnews.com.au
The ASX 200 has finished firmer for the ninth time in the past 10 sessions today. The index was boosted by a rally in the energy sector following a surge in oil prices overnight to 3.5 year highs.

 
Why food franchises have a sour taste

2018-04-13 ntnews.com.au
Former Brumby's Bakery co-founder Michael Sherlock has called for reforms to the board of the Franchise Council of Australia, suggesting it should only consist of franchisees. The call follows reports that Nationals Senator John Williams and Small Business Minister Craig Laundy are working on a potential parliamentary inquiry into the industry.

 
ASX down after cautious day of trading

2018-04-12 theage.com.au
Geopolitical tensions have given Australian markets their second consecutive day of losses as investors remained cautious over the threat of missile strikes in Syria.

 
ASX down after cautious day of trading

2018-04-12 smh.com.au
Geopolitical tensions have given Australian markets their second consecutive day of losses as investors remained cautious over the threat of missile strikes in Syria.

 
ASX gains despite turbulent trade war week

2018-04-06 theage.com.au
The Australian sharemarket has finished the week up 0.5 per cent, delivering its best performance in four weeks.

 
ASX gains despite turbulent trade war week

2018-04-06 smh.com.au
The Australian sharemarket has finished the week up 0.5 per cent, delivering its best performance in four weeks.

 
Big four banks help ASX climb amid easing trade war concerns

2018-04-05 theage.com.au
The Australian markets enjoyed a second day of growth with major banks making gains while the big mining companies fell.

 
Big four banks help ASX climb amid easing trade war concerns

2018-04-05 smh.com.au
The Australian markets enjoyed a second day of growth with major banks making gains while the big mining companies fell.

 
ASX rallies late to finish day's trading firmer, breaking a stretch of declines

2018-04-04 theage.com.au
Australian shares rose on Wednesday, avoiding a fourth straight day of losses. Predictions of a strong start to the day after a strong close on Wall Street were proven wrong but the market was able to recover throughout the day with the S&P/ASX 200 index ending up 0.2 per cent at 5761.4 points.

 
ASX rallies late to finish day's trading firmer, breaking a stretch of declines

2018-04-04 smh.com.au
Australian shares rose on Wednesday, avoiding a fourth straight day of losses. Predictions of a strong start to the day after a strong close on Wall Street were proven wrong but the market was able to recover throughout the day with the S&P/ASX 200 index ending up 0.2 per cent at 5761.4 points.

 
'Vacant space like a cancer in malls': retail closures start to bite

2018-03-30 theage.com.au
Store closures underway or foreshadowed by Australia’s troubled retailers are equivalent to one and half times the size of Chadstone, the country’s largest shopping mall, new figures show.

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