2018年12月30日 星期日

More pain as banks drop $80bn | Shorten's twin in cable fee claim

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Good morning, readers. Here’s what is shaping the business landscape:

  • Australian shares are tipped to open higher, amind signs of cooling trade tensions between the US and China.
  • The corporate watchdog will launch an unprecedented investigation into deals between employers and their super funds.
  • Australian universities are forging ahead with partnerships between campuses and contro­versial Chinese telco Huawei.
  • What to watch for:  The ASX will trade for a shortened period today ahead of the New Year holiday, closing at 2.10pm (AEDT).
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