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Adelaide’s cheapest buys

201 Hart Street, Glanville IF you’re looking to crack the South Australian housing market on a budget than this three-bedroom renovator for just $160 a week is worth for consideration. Set on a sizeable allotment, 66 Willison Rd in Elizabeth South is Adelaide’s cheapest listing on realestate.com.au with an asking …

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Retailer Kogan expands into insurance

Online retailer Kogan.com continues to expand beyond televisions and appliances, adding insurance to its business. Kogan has struck a three-year deal with Hollard Insurance, the South African-owned company behind Real Insurance, to offer home, contents, landlord, car and travel insurance to its online customers. Kogan Insurance joins Kogan Mobile and …

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Stocks to watch

Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: AZJ – AURIZON HOLDINGS – steady, at $1.165 Aurizon has outlined fresh impairments of $606 million with its intermodal and bulk transport divisions continuing to face challenging market conditions. FMG – FORTESCUE METALS GROUP – up 5 cents, or 0.9 per cent, …

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Catapult Group International Limited

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Cogstate Limited

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Aussie essential hit by energy hikes

David Koch discusses if you should lend $100 to a friend Energy hikes will see swimming pools become too expensive for some Australians. RISING energy prices are making it harder for some Australians to keep warm in winter, but they will also hit the hip pocket when summer rolls around …

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Aurizon outlines further impairments

Aurizon has outlined fresh impairments of $606 million with its intermodal and bulk transport divisions continuing to face challenging market conditions. The rail freight operator expects full-year underlying earnings will be $836 million, within its revised guidance range of $800 to $850 million. However, it could be left facing a …

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Macquarie expects FY18 in line with 2017

Macquarie Group expects its 2018 full-year result to be broadly in line with its record $2.2 billion profit recorded in 2017. The banking and financial services group says performance from its operating groups is in line with expectations, with a contribution from the first quarter of the 2018 financial year …

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Aussie dollar surging towards US80c

The Australian dollar is surging when stacked up against other world currencies. The US, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea are particularly good places to travel to and spend your money if you want to take advantage of the surge, with our exchange rates up around 10% from the …

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Finance news you need to know today

Iranian students stage a protest outside Tehran University. Picture: Atta Kenare/AFP THE Australian dollar has strongly rebounded against its US counterpart but the local share market looks set for a flat open. At 0700 AEST on Thursday, the share price futures index was unchanged at 5,717. Meanwhile, the Australian dollar …

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