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  • 9News: Reward’s Shake-Up

    9News: Reward’s Shake-Up

    Ross Greenwood: Free – its one of the world’s best words. Free travel, even better! Alan Joyce, QANTAS CEO: A million extra seats It’s a million extra seats on top of the five million we give today David Flynn, Australia Business traveller: The reason you earn QANTAS points is too burn them – people want […]Read More »
  • Money Minute – September 5 2017 Rates on Hold

    Money Minute – September 5 2017 Rates on Hold

    Reserve Bank Rates Stay Put at 1.5% An interest rate decision today will be on hold, in fact – likely to be on hold until late next year. But in the meantime, for once, it is good news about our economy. Let me break it down for you… Companies profits. According to the Bureau of […]Read More »
  • 9News: Banking Pain

    9News: Banking Pain

    Peter Overton: One invalid pensioner told of how Westpac worked to evict her from her own home. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPFxNQEhQeo[/embedyt] Ross Greenwood: More dirty laundry was aired at the Banking Royal Commission today – this time, small business – which undated the inquiry with submissions. Kenneth Hayne: We’ve now received more than 5,500 online submissions. We […]Read More »
  • Money Minute – November 22 2017 Tourist Dollar Battle

    Money Minute – November 22 2017 Tourist Dollar Battle

    Tourist Dollar Battle Of course, this is the home of the Australian Open golf this year. I got to tell you, Jason Day just down on the practice fairway right now, saw him just a short time ago. But what I want to talk to you about this is Big Money. The reason for that […]Read More »
  • 9News: Rates on hold a sigh of relief for families

    9News: Rates on hold a sigh of relief for families

    Peter Overton: Melbourne Cup Days interest Rate announcements didn’t exactly stop the nation but the Reserve Banks decision to keep them on hold was a sigh of relief for many Sydney families. For those facing severe financial trouble, record low rates are vital as they try to hang on. Ross Greenwood: Imagine for a moment […]Read More »
  • Sydney to get a face lift

    Sydney to get a face lift

    Ross Greenwood speaks to The Star boss Matt Bekier after The Star announced a new hotel will join the Sydney skyline Introduction: Sydney to get a face lift Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News. Over the next 10 years, number of tourists coming into Australia from overseas on an annual basis is expected to more than […]Read More »
  • CBA glitch allows thousands to overdraw

    CBA glitch allows thousands to overdraw

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Macquarie Radio’s Political Editor, Michael Pachi, about revelations from the banking Royal Commission which saw CBA’s Clive van Horen blamed a computer glitch after nearly 10,000 customers receiving overdrafts they weren’t able to repay. Introduction: CBA glitch allows thousands to overdraw Ross Greenwood: Day two of the banking Royal Commission got underway today. We’ll have […]Read More »
  • Is Australia’s economy in good shape?

    Is Australia’s economy in good shape?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Treasurer Scott Morrison about the national accounts and why weaker exports have “taken the shine” off new economic growth figures. Introduction: Is Australia’s economy in good shape? Ross Greenwood:   Let’s start with the national economy. It’s growing. It continues to grow, 2.4%, but this was partly because of a very poor net trade […]Read More »
  • Payment System error or good publicity stunt?

    Payment System error or good publicity stunt?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to LUSH People Support Manager Amy Lynes about why more than 5,000 current and former LUSH staff are owed around $2 million in underpaid wages. Introduction: Payment System error or good publicity stunt? Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News right around the country. There’s an international group called Lush which basically is a […]Read More »
  • Was Christmas retail as good as expected?

    Was Christmas retail as good as expected?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to NAB Cheif Economist Alan Oster about the lwoer than expected Retail figures  which means the retail and household sectors are struggling with cost of living pressures. Introduction: Was Christmas retail as good as expected? Ross Greenwood: Well, in the middle of all that stock market carnage or apparent carnage, there were other numbers out today. […]Read More »