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Sydney Morning Herald
$A steady after falling on CPI data
The Australian dollar has recovered only some of the losses suffered after the release of lower than expected inflation figures.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
EZ recovery - as good as it looks?
The positive numbers keep coming out of the euro zone - but is all as good as it seems? Latest surveys showed the private sector started the second quarter on its strongest footing in nearly three years.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Banks enjoy gains while miners struggle in Tuesday's trade
It was good news for the big banks but a tougher day for the miners in what was a generally positive result for the Australian share market on Thursday.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Banks feeling mortgage pressure
National Australia Bank's head of personal banking says fierce competition in the $1.2 trillion mortgage market is pressuring profit margins from home lending, as lenders scramble to win customers.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
WA set to fall behind on homes
Despite Perth housing prices having fallen in the March quarter, anyone considering getting into the market might want to keep a close eye on prices.
NAB lags on business customer ratings
NATIONAL Australia Bank continues to lag behind its major rivals when it comes to business customer satisfaction, despite a slight improvement.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Australia shares up 0.5 pct on Wall St, trade subdued before Easter break
Australian shares rose 0.5 percent on Thursday morning as investors took heart from a modicum of stability on Wall Street after the recent heavy tech-driven selloff, though activity was subdued ahead of the long Easter and Anzac Day holiday break.
BNZ names Anthony Healy as new CEO, replacing Thorburn
Bank of New Zealand, the local unit of Australia's third-biggest mortgage lender, named the head of its business bank, Anthony Healy, as its new chief executive.
Foreign demand for homes rises
HOUSE prices are tipped to continue their upward growth nationally during the next two years.
China's annual growth rate slows to 7.4 per cent
MARK COLVIN: The growth of Asia's biggest economic powerhouse is slowing. Figures for the first quarter of this year show that China's economy grew at its slowest pace in 18 months.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Big pickup in foreign home buyers
Foreign buyers account for the purchase of about one in seven new properties and one in 10 established homes, the National Australia Bank quarterly Australian residential property survey shows.
Finextra Research news
AIB names Stephen White COO
AIB today announces the appointment of its new Chief Operating Officer, Stephen White.
AIB appoints new chief operating officer
Stephen White has been appointed chief operating officer of AIB, replacing Anne Boden who left the bank late last year.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
International Business Times
National Australia Bank Shuns Bitcoin Vendors, Finds Cryptocurrencies 'Risky'
Bank is turning its back on Bitcoin vendors and digital currencies in general because they were "too risky."
NAB says goodbye to Bitcoin traders
National Australia Bank has confirmed that it will be ending ties with Bitcoin traders after a letter was sent to business customers who trade in crypto currencies.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Finextra Research news
NAB turns it back on Bitcoin; cites reputational risks
National Australia Bank is to close down accounts held by people trading in bitcoin due to the "unacceptable level of risk" posed to its business and reputation.
RPT-Fitch Affirms 7 National RMBS Tranches; Upgrades One
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the ratings of three National RMBS Trust Series transactions, affirming seven tranches and upgrading one.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Aussie bonds mixed ahead of job numbers
A disappointing National Australia Bank business survey, which showed sluggish business conditions affected confidence, helped slightly boost bonds on Tuesday, RBC Capital Markets fixed interest strategist Su-Lin Ong said.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Forex - AUD weaker before NAB business survey, JPY flat ahead of BoJ
Investing.com - The Australian dollar traded a tad weaker on Tuesday ahead of business survey by National Australia Bank closely watched by the Reserve Bank of Australia as it looks for signs of the economy rebalancing as a mining boom wanes, while the yen tread water ahead of the latest Bank of Japan monetary policy review.