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  • Newsletter – October 12 2018

    Newsletter – October 12 2018

    “More than $54 billion of value wiped off the stockmarket, the All Ordinaries Index below 6000. And there could be more falls ahead. But what does this mean? Cause the triggers could be various. Could it be the interest rates out of the US which Donald Trump had his say on? Potential trade wars? Maybe […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – October 5 2018

    Newsletter – October 5 2018

    “One of the worst scandals to come out of the Royal Commission involves a company called Freedom Insurance. The Reverend Grant Stewart’s his son has Down Syndrome and was sold three separate life insurance policies. When Grant Stewart tried to cancel those polices, they mocked him – basically made they made inappropriate jokes about being the father […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – September 7 2018

    Newsletter – September 7 2018

    “Really? Is that the community expectation? Is that what we expect of banks who are trying to improve their image? He denied, denied and denied. If you’ve made some mistakes – fess up before their found out” (Listen Here) Newsletter – September 7 2018  Last week I told you shots were fired and it wouldn’t […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – August 31 2018

    Newsletter – August 31 2018

    “Guess what – your government couldn’t get the policy through. That’s the reason why you dumped the Prime Minister. And can I tell you, when the lights start going out on the hottest day this year, everybody should be turning to look at those politicians on both sides of the house, and says ‘that’s back […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – August 24 2018

    Newsletter – August 24 2018

    “These are volatile times. There are all sorts of rumours whizzing through Parliament House as we speak. Bill Shorten is basically getting a fairly easy march, you would imagine, towards the Lodge after the next election – as Australia’s next Prime Minister. If people think it’s a schmozzle, it probably is.”  (Listen here) Newsletter – […]Read More »

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  • Why was China’s biggest movie star served with US$130 million fine?

    Why was China’s biggest movie star served with US$130 million fine?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Australian Strategic Policy Institute cyber policy analyst Fergus Ryan after authorities have fined Chinese actress Fan Bingbing more than US$130 million over tax evasion.  Introduction: Why was China’s biggest movie star served with US$130 million fine? Ross Greenwood:   One of the most amazing stories that I have seen in the last little while, we’d […]Read More »
  • Why do businesses keep going into voluntary administration?

    Why do businesses keep going into voluntary administration?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to  SV Partners insolvency practitioner Ian Purchas after  Max Brenner’s Australian business has gone into voluntary administration, citing sluggish sales and increasing costs. Introduction: Why do businesses keep going into voluntary administration? Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News, right around Australia. Now, a name that you well all know, instinctively perhaps, even […]Read More »
  • What’s your salary compared to a CEO?

    What’s your salary compared to a CEO?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Dominos Chief Executive Don Meij after labor announces, if elected, will legislate to require publicly listed companies to reveal a chief executive-employee pay ratio. Introduction: What’s your salary compared to a CEO? Ross Greenwood: Want to take to a really interesting policy by the Labor Party today. They’ve decided as a result of executive […]Read More »
  • Are you being hit with excessive currency exchange rates?

    Are you being hit with excessive currency exchange rates?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to ACCC Chairman Rod Sims after announcing  Banks that charge excessive fees for foreign purchases and converting currencies will come under scrutiny from the consumer watchdog. Introduction: Are you being hit with excessive currency exchange rates? Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News right around the country. Anybody who has moved money overseas […]Read More »
  • Would the ACCC have taken the banks to task?

    Would the ACCC have taken the banks to task?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Former ACCC Chairman Alan Fels who says the ACCC would’ve been a more effective cop on the beat when it comes to punishing banks, and calls to strengthen ASIC has been around since the 1990’s Introduction: Would the ACCC have taken the banks to task? Ross Greenwood: I want to take you […]Read More »