'DUMB' LENDING RULES GIVE FOREIGN INVESTORS THE EDGE

'DUMB' LENDING RULES GIVE FOREIGN INVESTORS THE EDGE

TOUGHER lending rules by Australian banks are giving foreign investors an unfair advantage in the property market, according to Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond (pictured). The finance industry veteran says that while he is comfortable with a broad range of initiatives introduced by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APR...

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QUEENSLAND NEEDS TO SNAP OUT OF IT: DELOITTE

QUEENSLAND NEEDS TO SNAP OUT OF IT: DELOITTE

QUEENSLAND has been urged to snap out of the slump mentality and capitalise on the investment legacy created by the now defunct resources boom. Deloitte Access Economics' latest Queensland Business Outlook report says instead of looking at the boom as if it is a hole that needs to be filled, the state should be focusing on its traditi...

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TOURISM BOOM: WE AIN'T SEEN NOTHING YET

TOURISM BOOM: WE AIN'T SEEN NOTHING YET

FEARS of faltering Chinese growth and a global downturn have been downplayed by one economic forecaster who is predicting we are on the verge of a new economic boom, and one that's likely to last for some time. Dr Frank Gelber (pictured), chief economist with BIS Shrapnel, told a Brisbane briefing this week that the next growth story ...

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RETAIL MOMENTUM COULD HIT THE WALL IN 2016

RETAIL MOMENTUM COULD HIT THE WALL IN 2016

AUSTRALIAN retail had a healthy 2015, but experts say this upward trend might hit a wall in 2016. A market forecast conducted by Deloitte spells the end of retail growth nationally as the Aussie market is battered by a number of national and international economic factors. Despite an underperforming Australian economy in 2015, retail ...

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$10 MILLION FUND SEEKS AUSSIE STARTUPS WITH 'SIGNAL'

$10 MILLION FUND SEEKS AUSSIE STARTUPS WITH 'SIGNAL'

A NEW early stage $10 million Australian venture capital fund is going where few have before on our shores and seeking signal deep in the startup trenches. 

Backed by support from prominent early stage American investors, the appropriately named Signal Ventures has launched in Melbourne.

Signal Ventures is the brainchild of two...

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