When Petrol Prices Begin to Bite



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When Petrol Prices Begin to Bite

It’s an exciting time in the stock market…
Apple Inc. [NASDAQ:AAPL] is going to buy back another US$100 billion worth of shares.
That’s on top of the record amount it’s already spent over the last few years.
And even then it will still have cash left over.
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APRA Wants to Prop up Banks and Property Market

Like many Australian investors, you probably overestimate the size of the Australian stock market.
In truth, by both domestic and global standards, the ASX is relatively small.
Its total value, at $1.7 trillion, is less than Australia’s $2.1 trillion superannuation kitty.
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The World Wants Its Gold Back from the US

We’re all familiar with the so-called ‘run on the bank’. It usually begins quietly with just a few depositors getting nervous about the solvency of the bank.
They line up to get their cash out before the bank closes its doors. Soon the word spreads and the line gets longer.
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Boom Time Australia

If you’re not already, it’s time to get excited about stocks.
The market hit a three-month high yesterday.
And we can now see that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is prepared to splash the cash across the country.
The PM was in Victoria recently, promising funding for a Melbourne Airport rail link.
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The Second Coming of Subprime

Do you remember when subprime loans were a small problem in an obscure part of the US mortgage market?
Next thing, all hell broke loose…
Well, today we investigate a similar scenario.
At first, it appears to be a small problem in an obscure part of the Australian mortgage market. The only problem is that it’s not small
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