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The ‘Internet of Things’ – the next mega-trend

30 Sep 2014 Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research - Just when you thought you had a reasonable handle on the internet, in terms of how it can make your life easier, and how it can help you grow wealth, a new internet wave is coming our way – big time. It’s called the ‘Internet of Things’, and it’s got the potential to connect 28 billion ‘things’ to the internet by 2020, ranging from bracelets to cars.

Is this a record economic expansion?

22 Sep 2014 Matt Sherwood Head of Investment Market Research, Perpetual - Investors have been asking how long the current economic global recovery cycle can last. The fact is, business cycles do not just die off from natural causes, events need to end them.

Roy Hill venture poised to get billions in offshore financing

19 Dec 2013 Sydney Morning Herald - Business by Peter%20Ker Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill joint venture faces a pivotal 48 hours, with export credit agencies in the US and Korea on the verge of approving billions of dollars of loans to the massive iron ore project.

Gonski to aid ANZ push into Asian markets

19 Dec 2013 Sydney Morning Herald - Business by Georgia%20Wilkins ANZ's Asian push has been given more drive, with the bank appointing Future Fund boss David Gonski as its chairman while moving to assure shareholders that the regional strategy was key to driving investor returns.

Investment banks see solid gains for local market in 2014

18 Dec 2013 The Age - Business by Max%20Mason 'Tis the season for resolutions and repositioning, and investors will be looking longingly into the crystal ball as trading begins to die down and investment bankers enjoy the holiday season.

Hockey allows China control of coal assets

12 Dec 2013 The Age - Business by Brian%20Robins Less than a fortnight after blocking a foreign takeover for grains group GrainCorp, Treasurer Joe Hockey has kept the business community off-balance by giving a Chinese government entity the green light to take full control of a swag of local coal assets.

GrainCorp decision made 'on hop'

12 Dec 2013 Sydney Morning Herald - Business by Jared%20Lynch Senior National Party figure Peter Walsh has repeated criticism that the government's rejection of the GrainCorp takeover was a decision made "on the hop", and one that it might regret.

Hockey allows China control of coal assets

12 Dec 2013 Sydney Morning Herald - Business by Brian%20Robins Less than a fortnight after blocking a foreign takeover for grains group GrainCorp, Treasurer Joe Hockey has kept the business community off-balance by giving a Chinese government entity the green light to take full control of a swag of local coal assets.

WesTrac boosts China operations with Caterpillar deal

11 Dec 2013 The Age - Business by Mining%20services%20Max%20Mason Mining services company WesTrac has announced it has bought Caterpillar Global Mining's distribution and support businesses operations in north-eastern China for $US130 million ($142 million).

Plenty riding on fortunes of the big four

11 Dec 2013 Sydney Morning Herald - Money by John%20Collett More and more people are banking on a comfortable retirement. Quite literally, more people have their retirement savings riding on the fortunes of the big four banks and the continuing good performances of their shares.
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