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Industry super accused of misleading consumers
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  THURSDAY, 16 JUL 2020
... BT for misleading statements online which were to do with them using the key term 'industry super' when people Googled. You issued them a penalty totally $20,400, is that right?" Falinski said. ASIC chair James Shipton said he would have to take ...
Is it really as bad as it seems?
ELIZA BAVIN  |  THURSDAY, 30 APR 2020
... strategies that profit from increased volatility can be beneficial." Google search trends reveal that Australians have googled the term "recession" more now than during the GFC but are also searching "buy shares" at a significantly higher rate than "sell ...
Just what the doctor ordered
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 2 JUN 2017
You've all heard, read and googled the news - the Australian dollar is taking a battering and is headed down, down. I first came across this when I read Michael Wilson's piece on Bloomberg, "The Australian Dollar's Outlook Darkens" (16 May). Back then ...
From oil at US$300 to oil at US$30
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 1 DEC 2014
... close. WTI oil prices peaked at US$106.83 per barrel on 20 June. They've dropped by 38.1% as at last Friday's close. I googled oil and OPEC - the reason cited as the cause of the recent price plunge - and found 41,800,000 results. The narratives were ...
No please explain needed
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 1 MAR 2012
... somewhat in recent months". And oh, he also mentioned that Europe and rising oil prices remain potential challenges. I googled and googled and googled some more and financial market commentators are correct -- there wasn't any mention of QE3 or any other ...
Dam Aussie
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 17 FEB 2012
... Thales, Qantas, Alcoa, Billabong, Westpac, ANZ and hot off the press today, Air Australia. These are a few of what I've googled so far. And oh, tourism operators, no big names yet I found...but they've been shedding jobs too. I don't know about the banks ...
You are what you Google
MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  THURSDAY, 4 DEC 2008
... only one finance company, ANZ, made it to the top 20 fastest rising Australian searches of 2008. Instead more Australians googled Miley Cyrus, Underbelly and Sarah Palin this year than look up sites related to money. Drilling down to state-by-state searches ...
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