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    40under40- Special Awards

    40under40- Special Awards

    18 Feb 2003 by Suresh Rajan

    WA Business News’ 40under40 Awards is not about first and last, it is not about creating tallies, scoreboards, or runnersup. ...

    Tax warning

    Tax warning

    11 Jun 2002 by Suresh Rajan

    EVEN though the Federal Government has offered a one-year breather on tax consolidation, advisers and the accountants of WA’s largest company are warning against complacency. ...

    Planning for a prosperous future

    Planning for a prosperous future

    04 Dec 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    HAVING spent three days at the Financial Planning Association (FPA) confer-ence in Brisbane last week, it is probably appropriate for me to report on the state of the nation, insofar as financial planners are concerned. ...

    World held to ransom over oil

    World held to ransom over oil

    20 Nov 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    HOW is it possible for 11 nations that, on a combined basis, command very little more than 15 pert cent of the world’s capitalisation, hold the rest of the world to ransom? Yet, every few weeks, we allow this to happen. ...

    Overcoming glitches in the systems

    Overcoming glitches in the systems

    13 Nov 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    BETWEEN 1990 and 1993 Australian business had a number of high-profile failures. ...

    Dipping Aussie dollar in good company

    Dipping Aussie dollar in good company

    06 Nov 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    HOW quickly things can change. In calendar year 1999, the Australian dollar was the third strongest in the world. In that year, it rose 6.2 per cent against the greenback.Last year was a very different one for the Aussie. ...

    A cut not unkind

    A cut not unkind

    30 Oct 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    EVERYONE would like to know whether there is a likelihood of interest rate cuts in this cycle. The consensus of opinion among economists appears to be that there is a possibility of one more cut. ...

    Economies settle in to a familiar cycle

    Economies settle in to a familiar cycle

    23 Oct 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    RUDI Dornbusch is the Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, regarded as one of the finer establishments in the world. ...

    Some crystal ball gazing for world markets

    Some crystal ball gazing for world markets

    16 Oct 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    IT is nice to use the word prophecy and not have to follow that up with the interminable “Nostradamus” after it.The first Consensus Economics forecasts since the events of September 11 have been prepared and released. ...

    Assets under management make a move in March

    Assets under management make a move in March

    09 Oct 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    THE financial markets industry has been one of the quickest growing for a long time here in Australia. The latest bulletin from the KPMG Financial Services Division analyses this industry in some depth. ...

    Japanese reforms must stay on track

    Japanese reforms must stay on track

    02 Oct 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    AS the repercussions of the September 11 attacks in the US start to be felt I go back to my earlier comments that we are in uncharted territory. This is now being borne out as we see the full financial impact of the attacks. ...

    ASIC needs to send a strong message

    ASIC needs to send a strong message

    25 Sep 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    ONE of the headlines that caught my attention this week was one that read, “How do you make a small NZ airline? – Give them a large Australian one!” ...

    Recession fears plague market

    Recession fears plague market

    18 Sep 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    NOBODY can accurately predict the effect on financial markets of the attacks on the World Trade Centre. None of us has lived through an attack of terrorism of this magnitude. ...

    How low can our interest rates go?

    How low can our interest rates go?

    11 Sep 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    THE Reserve Bank of Australia last week surprised this columnist with its rate cut. I, for one, was of the view that the RBA would be satisfied that the latest economic data has suggested we had turned the economic corner in Australia. ...

    Coaching yourself to a wealthier future

    Coaching yourself to a wealthier future

    11 Sep 2001 by Suresh Rajan

    IT has been unkindly suggested that the WA Football Commission is going to be renamed Cobb & Co. This is supposedly because they run all their coaches out of town. Unkind, I would have thought. ...

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