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.
While the markets are looking complacent, they could easily crash if a war were to break out. How would gold play into this, as the ‘safety’ commodity?
People are plenty happy to invest and consume if the dollar in their pocket today would be worth the same next year…instead of less.
RBA governor Philip Lowe is not a fan of bitcoin. Bitcoin, and cryptos in general, are proving to be a big headache for central and commercial bankers.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have seen a surge in investors, and subsequently price in 2017. Now, as 2017 comes to a close, bitcoin has one more trick up its sleeve.
Did you ride the retail euphoria on Tuesday? Investors, thrilled that Amazon’s much publicised Australia launch appeared to fizzle, piled into Aussie retail stocks.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the twins who claimed that Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for Facebook, are the first bitcoin billionaires.
After reaching a peak of over US$11,400 on Wednesday, bitcoin plunged to under US$9,100. Roughly a 20% loss in less than 12 hours.
A royal commission into Australia’s banking industry has just been announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Have you checked out the price of bitcoin today? The once-obscure asset with an even more obscure name is making mainstream headlines across the world.
While it certainly seems like there’s more gas in Bitcoin’s tank, this rise can’t be sustainable.
Could this latest news be bitcoin’s final undoing? A Motherboard article has exposed the outrageous electrical bill the currency has racked up.
Tiny stocks — some too small to even make the Small Ordinaries index — can see explosive gains, regardless of wider market conditions. That’s one of the things that makes small-caps so exciting.
My reason for throwing the spotlight on gold today — aside from a potential looming crimp in gold supplies — stems from my belief that a shooting war with North Korea is looking increasingly likely. And if so, gold, the go-to safe haven, is likely to take off.