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    Business builders give way to corporate capital

    Business builders give way to corporate capital

    13 Nov 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: From those who risked their own capital to the corporate cowboys of WA Inc and the ‘hired help’ of today, WA’s corporate story features many powerful personalities. This article is part of a special series to mark Business News' 25-yea ...

    Bank on a punitive aged care outcome

    Bank on a punitive aged care outcome

    02 Oct 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    Despite the damning testimony at the finance royal commission, the banks are likely to emerge largely unscathed; the same will not be true for aged care providers. ...

    Back to basics for banks

    Back to basics for banks

    21 Aug 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    Investors seem unconcerned by the fallout from the banking royal commission, with banks’ shares rising despite the flood of bad news. ...

    Bigger better no more

    Bigger better no more

    08 May 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    Opinion: The current banking royal commission and global shift to downsizing are raising questions as to whether any institution or business is too big to fail, or at least be broken up. ...

    Changes coming, you can take that to the bank

    Changes coming, you can take that to the bank

    01 May 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    The banking royal commission’s exposure of shady practices will no doubt lead to calls for change, but perfect solutions are hard to find. ...

    Banks, brokers get a taste for WA wine

    Banks, brokers get a taste for WA wine

    13 Feb 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    If WA’s wine industry isn’t exactly booming today, it could be a different story soon. ...

    The computer made me do it

    The computer made me do it

    30 Jan 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    The rise of robo investment advice will prompt those with long memories to recall what happened last time computer algorithms were used to manage investments. ...

    Lowe and behold, rates pain on the way

    Lowe and behold, rates pain on the way

    10 Oct 2017 by Tim Treadgold

    OPINION: With a touch of irony, the central bank governor fires a warning shot in mortgage-stressed WA that rates will rise. ...

    Rates rise could stymie state’s recovery

    Rates rise could stymie state’s recovery

    25 Jul 2017 by Tim Treadgold

    ANALYSIS: WA could find itself in a tough spot if the Reserve Bank raises interest rates in response to economic conditions in the eastern states. ...

    Friendly fire to hit bank customers

    Friendly fire to hit bank customers

    26 Jun 2017 by Tim Treadgold

    OPINION: Those among us who are unfamiliar with the term ‘collateral damage’ are about to learn its meaning first hand, because it is what we have become – innocent victims of bad governance across Australia. ...

    ‘Speculative’ mining stocks head a varied field of performers

    ‘Speculative’ mining stocks head a varied field of performers

    11 Jul 2016 by Tim Treadgold

    SPECIAL REPORT: Mining stocks are again leading the way in shareholder returns, but this time it’s not the iron ore players doing the business. ...

    Speeding towards a financial black hole

    Speeding towards a financial black hole

    03 Aug 2015 by Tim Treadgold

    Banks and their customers are eagerly awaiting the next move on official interest rates in the US. ...

    Uranium and gold offer glimmer of good news

    Uranium and gold offer glimmer of good news

    13 Jul 2015 by Tim Treadgold

    There is no prize for guessing that iron ore companies have plunged to the bottom of the resources component of this year’s TSR survey; but what is interesting is the rise of uranium hopefuls, despite few signs of an imminent increase in the uranium price. ...

    Qantas soars up the charts

    Qantas soars up the charts

    13 Jul 2015 by Tim Treadgold

    Qantas, the biggest ASX-listed company to make the top 100 using total shareholder returns as the yardstick, was also the biggest surprise, with the airline delivering an eye-catching one-year return for investors of 151 per cent. ...

    Small tech stocks head field in lacklustre year- SPECIAL REPORT

    Small tech stocks head field in lacklustre year- SPECIAL REPORT

    13 Jul 2015 by Tim Treadgold

    It has been a tough year for WA’s once-vaunted resources stocks, as our annual TSR survey reveals. Click through to see more on our Shareholder Returns feature. ...

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