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    Be careful of a dust storm heading to Sydney

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Bear from Broken Hill as a dust storm rolls through NSW. The owner of a car dealership, he says his team were nearly in tears because they’ve now got 86 new cars to wash. Introduction: Be careful of a dust storm heading to Sydney Ross Greenwood:  Let’s go to Bear who’s in […]Read More »
  • 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: Debt Trap

    Debt Trap Andrew Lofthouse: Almost 2 million Australian’s are drowning in credit card debt. And there’s a good chance they will never pay it back. Corporate cop ASIC has put major banks and credit companies on notice, accusing them of trapping them with unsuitable cards. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IRObmFG5iI[/embedyt] Ross Greenwood: The crippling statistic – one in […]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 »
  • Australians forking out more for transport than gas and electricity

    Australians forking out more for transport than gas and electricity

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  • Why is the ACCC cracking down on Google, Facebook?

    Why is the ACCC cracking down on Google, Facebook?

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  • 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 »
  • What’s driving up fuel prices?

    What’s driving up fuel prices?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Geoff Trotter, from Fueltrac, about fuel prices and why you’re paying more for petrol at the bowser. Introduction: What is driving up Fuel Prices? Ross Greenwood:  Welcome back to morning news right around Australia. Well, if you are in this evening, Brisbane, you may be seeing petrol prices as you drive home […]Read More »
  • Unemployment rate steady but RBA still likely to cut interest rate further

    Unemployment rate steady but RBA still likely to cut interest rate further

    Ross Greenwood speaks to ANZ head of Australian Economics David Plank as the unemployment rate has remained steady at 5.2 per cent but participation rates are at record highs. Ross Greenwood: As I indicated the Australian unemployment right today was out came in at 5.2% that was steady but it doesn’t tell the full story […]Read More »
  • How to Travel the world and make money while doing it

    How to Travel the world and make money while doing it

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