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AMP bites the bullet on passive investing – The Australian Financial Review

The world's largest asset manager, BlackRock, will be put in charge of AMP's New Zealand wealth management business in a move expected to happen by mid-2021.

Sam Henderson avoids jail, fined $10,000 – The Australian Financial Review

The high-profile royal commission witness received a two-year good behaviour bond and was fined for two counts of defective disclosure and one count of dishones...

Forrest in hot seat as Japanese exit Port Kembla LNG – The Australian Financial Review

The departure of JERA and Marubeni leave Andrew Forrest's Squadron Energy as the sole backer of the proposed import terminal.

RBA minutes reveal early easing flip – The Australian Financial Review

The Reserve Bank's decision to change monetary policy was partly driven by Victoria's prolonged lockdown and a strong Australian dollar.

Get comfortable! Funds booked for Fantastic Furniture site visits – The Australian Financial Review

There's signs of life in Greenlit Brands' plans to re-list Fantastic Furniture.

Rich Lister’s plant-based meat gets backing from Asian-based investors – The Australian Financial Review

After three weeks in Woolworths' supermarkets, sales of v2food's mince and patties have beaten year-end targets. Now, it's eyeing expansion in Asia.

Afterpay to offer savings accounts through Westpac – The Australian Financial Review

Afterpay shares went over $100 for the first time after it said it will offer transaction and savings accounts to its 3 million-plus Australian customers using ...

BHP bins another Olympic Dam plan – The Australian Financial Review

BHP has revealed another pivot in its long running efforts to find an economic way to expand Olympic Dam, as iron ore exports remained strong.

Australian Tesla Powerwall rival set to bring hydrogen into your home – The Australian Financial Review

Lavo Hydrogen Technology's unit is the same size as Elon Musk's, but the company says it can store up to three times as much energy over a longer period.

This obscure US company now has the world’s fastest car – The Australian Financial Review

SSC’s Tuatara has clocked a record 508.73km/h on a dusty desert highway outside Las Vegas.
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