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    Would you want to be a juror in El Chapo’s trial?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Malcolm Bieth, author of The Last Narco: Hunting El Chapo, the world’s most wanted drug lord, as the trial of suspected drug kingpin Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán gets underway in New York. Introduction: Would you want to be a juror in El Chapo’s trial? Ross Greenwood:  Great to have your company here on Money News going right […]Read More »
  • Personal debt arrangements surge

    Personal debt arrangements surge

    Ian Purchas, from SV partners, talks about the annual insolvency statistics that show personal debt arrangements have surged 39% Introduction – Personal debt arrangement surge Ross: Welcome back to Money is Right Around the Country. We’ll take more of your calls a little bit later in the program. 131873. Now, just yesterday, the annual statistics […]Read More »
  • 9News: Branch Closures

    9News: Branch Closures

    Peter Overton: Sydney will bear the brunt of 29 BankWest branch closures across Australia’s East Coast, with more than 200 people set to lose their jobs. Unions say the shutdown in capital cities is an alarming new development, but more are likely to come as technology changes the way we bank. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZcZzahe8Ts[/embedyt] Ross Greenwood: […]Read More »
  • Why has the RBA cut interest rates to historic lows?

    Why has the RBA cut interest rates to historic lows?

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  • High Court tears up millionaire’s prenup

    High Court tears up millionaire’s prenup

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  • Aussie households receiving more in benefits than dishing out in taxes

    Aussie households receiving more in benefits than dishing out in taxes

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  • 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 »
  • 9News: Customer Refunds

    9News: Customer Refunds

    Ross Greenwood: Like pennies from heaven, the Commonwealth Bank today said it will give dead customers their money back…not that they’ll appreciate it. Gerard Brody, CEO Consumer action Law Centre: The Banks reputation is out of this world.  Greenwood: It follows revelations in the Royal Commission, that Commonwealth advisers continued to charge fees…long after they […]Read More »
  • 9News: Rate Rise

    9News: Rate Rise

    Peter Overton: This is the first move in some time [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3O0fYmtEY4[/embedyt] Ross Greenwood: The first move in some time Peter, and Westpac will not be the first bank and only bank that will raise interest rates. You could tell that today, simply because the share price of all our major banks jumped sharply on […]Read More »
  • Government to legislate positive credit reporting

    Government to legislate positive credit reporting

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