Saudi Arabia is pulling out of its plans to list their state-owned oil giant Aramco in the US in what would have been the world’s biggest initial public offering (IPO). Time will tell if the Saudis open their oil taps wider now that the IPO looks to be off the table.
The political battlelines may be as old as the hills, but the insults are laced with fresh venom. However, Dutton remains intent to help persecuted South African farmers facing violence and forcible eviction from their farms in a government sanctioned land grab.
When you read about a terrorist being locked up, you probably breathe a small sigh of relief. One less mad extremist running loose with plans to commit mass murder. Unfortunately, jail does not bring an end to their murderous plots.
The only really surprising thing about the Facebook data scandal is that it took so long for one to blow up. The internet, after all, is notoriously hard to police. Even private emails and accounts can be hacked.
Though widely expected, Australia has only now received official confirmation it is exempt from US steel and aluminium tariffs. Australia is joined by a list of other staunch US allies.
You’ll read a lot of good news stories in the mainstream about the latest predicted jobs figures. But take them in with a healthy grain of salt.
Take care before you peak behind the curtains of Australia’s mortgage brokers. From falsified documents, to ‘trailing commissions’ that slug customers with fees for the lifetime of their 30 year loan, it’s not a pretty picture.
Global growth we’ve seen since the 2008 GFC has been almost solely driven by debt. And now that the price of debt is heading up, global growth is set to slow dramatically.
A judge has called a mother of two ‘greedy’ in court, after she stole over $300,000 from her ANZ firm dating from 2014–2016. The 44-year-old was already on a $200,000 a year contract, with her household annual income being over $500,000.