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Dairy market rally 'well and truly over'
The dairy rally is "well and truly over" for now, given the breaking of drought in New Zealand, the top milk exporter, and some economic uncertainties, National Australia Bank said.
Thu May 23, 2013
New Market Report: National Australia Bank Limited (NAB) - Oil & Gas - Advisory Profile
It provides a comprehensive range of financial products and services. It offers retail banking, personal banking, business banking, wholesale banking, wealth management, treasury, specialized finance, and asset servicing in Australia and abroad.
Wed May 22, 2013
Survey shows big jump in winemakers' confidence
Local wine producers say optimism in the industry has jumped significantly, with survey results showing confidence in the sector generally has risen more than any other.
Financial troubles? Avoid the banks
A homeless man sits outside an inner-city branch of Australia's largest lender Commonwealth Bank.
Mon May 20, 2013
Video: De Garis on Australia Economy, Election, RBA Policy
David de Garis, a senior economist at National Australia Bank Ltd. in Melbourne, talks about the outlook for the nation's economy and central bank monetary policy.
Thu May 16, 2013
NAB appoints SA team
NATIONAL Australia Bank has appointed a new manager for its business division in South Australia and clubbed its state retail banking responsibilities with Western Australia.
Wed May 15, 2013
NAB reports strong half-year results despite UK difficulties
National Australia Bank, NAB, has reported strong half-year results, despite the continued drag of its UK operations.
In Euro they trust. But at what cost?
While Europeans keep saying the introduction of the Euro was a good decision, it remains a mystery how the eurozone countries didn't notice the single currency deprived them of any say in key economic decisions,a National Australia Bank expert told RT.
Tue May 14, 2013
Third-party organisations could pose security challenge: NAB
Relying on third parties for services means the supply chain is a "real threat", says the bank's head of IT security National Australia Bank's technology transformation is causing an extra security challenge because of the reliance on third-party suppliers, according to the bank's head of IT security services operations, Andrew Dell.
Mon May 13, 2013
Business confidence falls ahead of budget
National Australia Bank's April survey shows employers are particularly worried about weaker than forecast growth in the US, China and Europe.
Butamax, NIH, Redskins, Righthaven: Intellectual Property
The nation's top patent court issued a deeply divided opinion May 10 on how to determine if software is eligible for legal protection, reflecting the broader debate that has split the computer industry.
Hundreds of Big Data and Cloud Computing Experts to Gather in San Francisco on June 17 and 18
Hundreds of enterprise IT experts from around the world will come together in San Francisco on June 17 and 18 when the Open Data Center Alliance will host Forecast 2013, ODCA's premier cloud computing and big data event.
Business a bit nervy in April
PETER LLOYD: The latest figures show Australian businesses are finding the going tough.
Australia's Nonmining Economy Warms to Rate Cuts
Australia's economy is increasingly responding to more than a year of central bank rate cuts aimed at preparing the country for the end of a mining boom that's helped fuel 21 years of uninterrupted growth.
Sun May 12, 2013
Weak start for Aussie market
"It's a bit of a weak start, which was expected as commodity prices were a little bit mixed over the weekend and Westpac and Macquarie going ex-dividend was always going to hurt us,'' he said.
Moment of truth for Hanwood club
MEMBERS of the Hanwood Sports Club will face their moment of truth tomorrow night when Griffith councillors decide whether to approve a life-saving interest-free loan.
Fri May 10, 2013
Ares to Buy AREA Property Partners
Ares Management agreed to buy AREA Property Partners . Ares is also buying a minority stake in AREA held by National Australia Bank .
The Washington Post
ANZ Cuts Loan Rate More Than RBA for First Time Since 2008
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. cut its benchmark mortgage rate by 27 basis points, the first time one of the nation's four major lenders passed on more than the central bank's reduction since October 2008.
ANZ competes with NAB over interest rates
ANZ bank has stepped up home loan competition among the major banks, becoming the first in 16 years to cut interest rates by more than the central bank's move.
Thu May 09, 2013
Sydney Morning Herald
NAB may pass on full cuts
National Australia Bank chief executive Cameron Clyne concedes it will be difficult to hold back part of any future interest rate cuts from borrowers, because the war for deposits that was pushing up costs has eased.