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Diving World Series at Beijing's "Water Cube" Listen to the notes that aren't being played. Serious students of classical music will recognize this command as the best way in which to assess the beauty and efficacy of a particular piece or movement.
Articles The energy sector was the day's best improver, with the S&P/ASX 200 Energy index up 1.39 pct or 196.4 pts to 14310.1. Australia 's second largest oil and gas producer, Woodside Petroleum (WPL) contributed substantially to the gains, up more
The 17-year-old also is a quick study in the tactics of Ben Bernanke and fellow Federal Reserve economic titans. "Yes," said Atkinson, smiling. "I have a better understanding of how the economy works." Octavio Sosa, 18, said he now knows more about
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says it has sold a portion of the toxic mortgage securities it assumed from American International Group as part of the massive taxpayer bailout of the big insurer. It says the buyers are
Story continues below ANZ is shedding about 1000 jobs in its latest restructuring effort. WAR Economists: genteel social scientists concerned with evidence and outcomes, or overpaid orang-utans only interested in flinging dung at one another? The
0.8% Previous: 0.0% Release: AUS CPI y/y (1Q) Consensus Forecast: 2.2% Previous: 3.1% Date/Time: 04/23/12 9:30PM EDT (01:30 GMT, 4/24/12) CPI Data Key to RBA Rate Cuts In the upcoming Asian session we will get the release of the Australia n CPI
Prices of dairy products had their biggest decline since July 2010 in Fonterra's latest GlobalDairyTrade auction, pushing the price index below its 10-year average. The GDT-TWI Price Index fell 9.9 per cent compared with the last sale two weeks ago.
Story continues below The International Monetary Fund has revised down its projected growth rate for Australia in 2012 in this week's report, from 3.3 per cent to 3 per cent, but has revised up world growth from 3.3 per cent to 3.5 per cent. Against
The insurance industry has come under new prudential regulations managed by the Reserve Bank as part of an overhaul of the financial services sector...Existing insurers were able to apply for a provisional licence to enable them to keep operating
The newspaper said the SA Mint Company, a subsidiary of the Reserve Bank, had admitted that it made underweight proof or collector krugerrands. In a statement on Friday, the Reserve Bank confirmed that the coins in question were produced in April and