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6 Sustainable Christmas Ideas

  By the time we sit down for a sun-drenched lunch on Christmas Day, lounge rooms across the country are usually piled high with shreds of wrapping paper, screwed up gift tags and shattered plastic…

The end of the year is a great time for self-reflection. It’s a time when you can ask questions to help clarify and inform about your clients, profits, processes and more. But here are five…

The real cost of owning a pet

The cost of owning a pet The cost of owning a dog over its lifetime can be up to $25,000 (Source: BankWest Family Pooch Index). Cats cost slightly less but also live longer than dogs, so…

You’re trying so hard to eat a clean diet, right? Yet, you simply can’t resist the smell of fried food. Going for a jog every day should be easy, but something else always ranks higher…

Which key events have been driving markets? Watch this video of Senior Economist Bob Cunneen in discussion with Portfolio Specialist, Sinead Rafferty. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruoE8oE7AQg

Highlights: In the US, trade-exposed sectors are suffering as a result of the trade conflict, but the consumer sector appears to be holding up well. Economic activity in the eurozone weakened during the September quarter…

In a rural Spanish town, wolves outnumber children. In the United States, carmakers are testing automated vehicles not in Silicon Valley, but in a Florida retirement community. Closer to home, in Castlemaine, Victoria, a gym is encouraging people…

Sitting at 0.75 per cent, Australia's official cash rate is at its lowest in recorded history. This follows the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) attempt to stimulate the flagging economy and counter rising unemployment numbers….