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ACMA


Calls for Submissions From the Public

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Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

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ABC Online

Commodities get smashed on Chinese futures markets, trading suspended
ABC Online
Trading in many key commodities on Chinese futures markets came to an abrupt and early end as crashing prices hit their downward movement limits for the day. Coking coal on the Dalian market plunged 9 per cent, its largest daily fall on record while ...

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Herald Sun

Craigieburn Plaza's plans to boost Christmas trading
Herald Sun
“All we want are traders who will bring something different to the plaza and ensure they keep their space nice and tidy.” Mr Chamaa said the plaza, which includes 36 small businesses which employs about 250 people, was an important part of Craigieburn.



The Sydney Morning Herald

'Make extending Perth's trading hours an election promise': WA's property industry
The Sydney Morning Herald
The battle to extend Perth's retail trading hours looks set to become a state election issue as the property industry renews calls for trading to be deregulated to reflect Perth's "modern 24-hour economy." WA's trading hours are among the most ...

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The Australian Financial Review

Malcolm Turnbull's year ended well despite all the horse trading
The Australian Financial Review
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Employment Minister Michaelia Cash hug after the ABCC victory in Parliament this week. Andrew Meares. Share on Facebook · Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Laura Tingle. There have been times in the past ...

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dailytelegraph.com.au

Union demands retail workers' right not to work earlier or later hours ...
dailytelegraph.com.au
UNIONS want retail workers to be able to refuse to work earlier and later hours and to demand to be paid extra if they agree to such hours under any trading ...

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Reuters

Deutsche Bank cuts ties with 3400 clients in trading business
Reuters
Deutsche Bank will immediately cease debt sales services to some financial institutions and hedge funds as well as equity sales activities, the execution of equities trading orders and equity structuring activities for some clients, a spokesman said ...

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The Australian Financial Review

Blockchain power trading for low-cost apartments
The Australian Financial Review
A new front in the energy revolution sweeping Australia's suburbs has been opened up with the help of (from left) Landcorp's Frank Marra, Power Ledger's David Martin and architect David Barr. Trevor Collens. Share on twitter. by Ben Potter. Residents ...



The Conversation AU

Explainer: the good, the bad, and the ugly of algorithmic trading
The Conversation AU
Taken in the widest sense, algorithms are responsible for the vast majority of activity on modern stock markets. Apart from the “mum and dad” investors, whose transactions account for about 15 to 20% of Australian share trades, almost every trade on ...



Communities Digital News

Trading diary: Lying in wait for unpopular high-yielding CEFs
Communities Digital News
WASHINGTON, December 2, 2016 – As we've already noted in our companion column, Friday trading action has remained moribund. In fact, it's been close to flatline most of the day for all three major averages. Even so, the Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) have ...

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The Sydney Morning Herald

CommSec fined $200k for allowing trading in dead client's account
The Sydney Morning Herald
CommSec has paid a $200,000 fine for allowing the relative of a deceased client to trade shares on the dead person's online account for months after the broker was told about the client's death. The failure to lock the dead client's online share ...

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