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  • Mortgage fraud: $500b of 'liar loans' in Australia, warns investment bank UBS

    11 September 2017 2:38 AM 28

    Up to a third of Australian mortgages could be "liar loans" based on factually inaccurate information, investment bank UBS has warned. The latest detailed survey of more than 900 people who took out a home loan in 2017 has found that only 67 per cent responded that their mortgage was "completely factual and accurate", down from 72 per cent of 2016 borrowers

  • Australia United Mining Ltd (AYM) Is Yet to See Trading Action on Sep 10

    10 September 2017 4:47 AM 15

    Shares of Australia United Mining Ltd (ASX:AYM) closed at 0.001 yesterday. Australia United Mining Ltd currently has a total float of 1.27 billion shares and on average sees 100,333 shares exchange hands each day. The stock now has a 52-week low of 0 and high of 0.01. CG Watch has recently named Australia as one of the Asian nations with the best corporate

  • Amazon to transform Christmas shopping with Aussie warehouse

    8 September 2017 4:42 AM 58

    Christmas shopping this year could be about to change completely with rumours running that Amazon could launch its Australian operations in time for the silly season. The online retail giant confirmed in April it was coming down under, but the brief announcement did not include an opening date. However, the rumour mill is running hot that Amazon will open its Australian

  • Hackers Accessed 143 Million Americans' Social Security Numbers in Equifax Breach

    8 September 2017 12:41 AM 51

    (ATLANTA) — Credit monitoring company Equifax says a breach exposed social security numbers and other data from about 143 million Americans. The Atlanta-based company said Thursday that "criminals" exploited a U.S. website application to access files between mid-May and July of this year. It said consumers' names, Social Security numbers, birth dates

  • Bellerophon (NASDAQ:BLPH): H.C. Wainwright Keeps Buy Rating Today, Has a Target of $5.0/Share

    6 September 2017 3:58 PM 54

    Bellerophon (NASDAQ:BLPH) Rating Reaffirmed The company has just set a target price of $5.0 on Bellerophon (NASDAQ:BLPH) shares. This is 331.03 % from the last stock price. In analysts report made public on Wednesday morning, H.C. Wainwright kept their Buy rating on shares of BLPH. About 252,953 shares traded. Bellerophon Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ

  • Buyer of Liddell power station to show hand later today

    6 September 2017 1:45 AM 20

    An existing power plant operator is expected to announce later today that it is prepared to buy the Liddell power station in NSW, a move that comes as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said the government is in talks about how to extend the life of the plant to cover a 1000 megawatt gap in the national electricity system in the next few years. The plant's

  • The search for Queensland's $30 million-winner has narrowed

    6 September 2017 1:30 AM 17

    UPDATE: Golden Casket narrowed the state-wide search for Queensland's mystery millionaire to the Fraser Coast. The entry was the only division one-winning entry in Oz Lotto draw 1229 on Tuesday, September 5, but the entry was unregistered. The $30 million win is the second division one win to land in the Fraser Coast region during the past five days. EARLIER

  • Electricity market struggling as coal-fired power stations shut down, AEMO says

    5 September 2017 2:08 PM 22

    The energy regulator has warned Australians could face higher power bills and more blackouts this summer because of deep-seated problems in the national electricity market. The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)'s long-awaited report into the grid comes as the Coalition tries to hammer out a new energy policy. The agency said the electricity market

  • Rafferty’s Garden baby food product recalled over glass fears

    5 September 2017 12:09 PM 18

    Fears a baby food product may include glass have prompted a nationwide recall. Fears a baby food product may include glass has prompted a nationwide recall. The company involved said the arborio rice used in two batches of its Happy Tummies Vegetable Risotto could include glass. The products have been available for sale in most major retailers and some pharmacies

  • Ten administrators approve CBS sale

    4 September 2017 4:37 AM 43

    US media giant CBS Corporation is one step closer to a deal to purchase Network Ten, as administrators Mark Korda, Jennifer Nettleson, and Jarrod Villani of Korda Mentha confirmed the sale and recapitalisation transaction today. In a release on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), Ten confirmed the refinance part of the transaction had been completed