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Bellamy's class action secures funding (AAP)
IMF Bentham says it proposes to back a shareholder class action accusing Bellamy's of failing to properly disclose the risks of Chinese regulatory changes.
Optimism fades as ASX200 slips into red (AAP)
Local optimism generated by Wall Street gains on the day of Donald Trump's inauguration has dissipated over the first couple of hours of trade on the ASX.
The Wall Street Journal: Rex Tillerson wins support of McCain, Graham for secretary of state
U. S. Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham said Sunday they would support Rex Tillerson’s nomination to head the State Department, all but clearing a path through the Senate for the former Exxon Mobil Corp. CEO.
The Wall Street Journal: With focus on trade, Trump to meet Canada, Mexico, U.K. leaders
President Donald Trump is taking immediate steps to reorder U.S. economic alliances in his first days in office, setting up meetings with leaders from Mexico and Canada on North American affairs and hosting U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May this Friday to lay the groundwork for a trade pact with London
Commercial loans surged 14.8% in Nov (AAP)
Commercial loans, leasing finance and person loans rose solidly in November, but housing finance to owner-occupiers only inched up 0.4 per cent.
Foxconn may team with Apple to build $7 billion manufacturing facility in U.S.
Foxconn Technology Group is considering building a display-panel manufacturing facility in the United States in a joint venture with Apple Inc. that could create up to 50,000 jobs, the company’s chairman said Sunday.
Ruralco shares surge on 1Q earnings (AAP)
Ruralco's live export volumes have increased following a restructure, with strong volumes and prices - and an uplift in the wool market - expected to continue.
Trump, amid combative start, pledges to rise to moment
After a combative start to his presidency, Donald Trump delivered a more unifying message Sunday and sought to reassure Americans he was ready to begin governing a divided nation. Trump … Click to Continue »
The Moneyologist: My father got married two months before he died and his new wife won’t return my calls
This patriarch died without a will and left his son in financial limbo.
Dividend declines eat into AFIC half-year (AAP)
Listed investment group AFIC says Australian shares are fully priced and good value is hard to find, as it posts a drop in half-year profit.
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