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  • Cash is no longer king

    Cash is no longer king

    Michelle Bullock, the Assistant Governor (Financial Systems) at the RBA talks about a new report showing that card payments overtake cash payments for the first time. Introduction: Card payments overtakes cash payments for the first time Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News right around Australia. Plenty of break news going on. One thing that […]Read More »
  • Corporate watchdog sets sights on payday lender

    Corporate watchdog sets sights on payday lender

    Ross Greenwood speaks to ASIC Commissioner Sean Hughes as the corporate watchdog is looking to act on its power to shut down online payday lenders who charge exorbitant fees. Ross Greenwood:  Great day to have your company here on Money News, right around Australia. Here’s a bit of good news and that is the Australian […]Read More »
  • 9News: Facebook launches own currency

    9News: Facebook launches own currency

    Ross Greenwood: Australians know social media. We know Facebook. We’re among the world’s heaviest users of chats, texts, tweets, and emojis. Ad: Why is it simple to send one of these anywhere, in an instant … but not money Greenwood: Libra challenges banks … and Governments by creating a simple international currency. No exchange rates. […]Read More »
  • 9News: Kickback Scheme

    9News: Kickback Scheme

    Deborah Knight, Nine News Sydney: The National Australia Bank has been caught-up in a fresh scandal, but this time, police say, it’s the victim. The allegations which centre on kickbacks for corporate travel go to the very top of the bank. Ross Greenwood: it was the highest of lives- champagne, the Melbourne Cup, Limousines, private […]Read More »
  • High Court tears up millionaire’s prenup

    High Court tears up millionaire’s prenup

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Framy Browne, Head of Family Law at Lavan, about the implication for pre-nup agreements following a High Court ruling where an online bride won a landmark legal battle against her Australian property developer husband Introduction: High Court tears up millionaire’s prenup Ross Greenwood:  Welcome back to Money News writer in Australia. I […]Read More »
  • Companies will feel the sting if found breaking consumer law

    Companies will feel the sting if found breaking consumer law

    Ross Greenwood speaks to ACCC Chairman Rod Sims after he announced companies who breach consumer law will be hit with much higher financial penalties. Introduction: Companies will feel the sting if found breaking consumer law Ross Greenwood: Great to have your company here on Money News, right around the country. I want to take you to something […]Read More »
  • Australia breaks record tourism numbers

    Australia breaks record tourism numbers

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Tourism Australia Managing Director,  John O’Sullivan, about why exactly a whopping 1.4 million Chinese tourists travelled to Australia, also a record 802,000 from the US and a record-breaking 311,500 Indian tourists have visited over the past year. Introduction: Australia breaks record tourism numbers Ross Greenwood: Want to take you to another issue here that changes […]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: Rate Relief

    9News: Rate Relief

    Peter Overton, Nine News Sydney: The Reserve Bank is universally forecast to cut interest rates tomorrow – If it happens, it will be the first time rates have been moved in almost three years. But smart mortgage shoppers already know they don’t need the RBA to get a good deal on their home loan. Ross […]Read More »
  • Thermomix fined $4.6 million after reports of severe burns

    Thermomix fined $4.6 million after reports of severe burns

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Sarah Agar from Consumer Group CHOICE about how Thermomix knowingly sold kitchen appliances which had the potential to injure users, lying about the safety of its products, and refusing refunds – even making some customers sign unnecessary gag agreements to prevent negative comments about the product. Introduction: Thermomix fined $4.6 million after reports of […]Read More »
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