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Pressure is on for investment banks – The Australian Financial Review

This M&A boom, coupled with a rush of new entrants, has had some unexpected short-term consequences.

Shares lower; RBA calls for removal of ‘no-surcharging’ rule on BNPL – The Australian Financial Review

RBA’s bond buying shoots down rate hike hawks. Aurizon in $2.3b bid for Macquarie’s One Rail. Qantas boosts travel stocks. IAG...

Britains’ COVID fourth wave puts ‘living with the virus’ to the test – The Australian Financial Review

The government is trying to remain sanguine as cases, hospitalisations and deaths rise – but it is also ramping up the country’s...

Bond market tries to bully RBA – The Australian Financial Review

Scrutiny falls on the battle between bond bandits and the RBA over monetary policy and links between a NSW fund set up by the...

COVID Australia: Royal mint worked overtime to meet demand for coins during pandemic – The Australian Financial Review

Staff at the Royal Australian Mint worked double shifts to meet demand for coins during the COVID-19 crisis.

RBA wants buy now, pay later providers to remove surcharge rules – The Australian Financial Review

Afterpay and Zip will no longer be able to restrict merchants from passing on their payment fees after intervention from the...

The EY audit boss chasing Cox Plate glory – The Australian Financial Review

Glenn Carmody could achieve a life-long goal on Saturday as part-owner of rising turf star Zaaki.

IAG investor backlash: Board should ‘consider’ quitting – The Australian Financial Review

The insurer has copped a rebuke from investors and advisors about oversight after $1.5 billion in mistakes.

Trump’s social media deal ignites 350pc gain in SPAC’s shares – The Australian Financial Review

With volume of more than 477 million shares, it was the most actively traded stock on the Nasdaq.

Aurizon buys One Rail freight group for $2.35b – The Australian Financial Review

The acquisition of the freight rail group will allow it to haul more of the commodities used in a low carbon world, such as manganese...
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