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Nov 28, 2010

Resurgent Rio bets on iron | Financial & Forex Info News | The Australian Business Briefing





Resurgent Rio bets on iron
Rio Tinto Matt Chambers RIO Tinto has forcefully declared that it is back in expansion mode.
EU agrees to $117bn Ireland bailout
Ireland Matthew Dalton EUROPEAN Union finance ministers have agreed to an 85 billion euro ($117bn) loan package for Ireland.
Hegarty picks up the pieces after GFC
Owen Hegarty EXCLUSIVE: Damon Kitney OWEN Hegarty is still deciding the title of the book he wants to write about his colourful corporate career.
Stent maker pumps up its prospects
healthcare EXCLUSIVE: Brett Clegg MEDICAL devices company REVA Medical is set to raise up to $85 million on the Australian stock exchange.
Sonic still healthy despite ailing profits
Sonic Healthcare Richard Gluyas SONIC Healthcare has had a memorable year but, unfortunately for shareholders, for all the wrong reasons. 
OneSteel takes the road to diversity
OneSteel Matt Chambers ONESTEEL chief executive Geoff Plummer makes no bones about the state of his Australian steelmaking business.
Global issues weigh on investors
ASX Geoffrey Newman THE sharemarket will have to absorb an avalanche of domestic economic data this week.
Peak deal may avoid raising
gas Matt Chambers PEAK Oil & Gas has received indicative offers for up to $30 million of debt it could use to finance its Cadlao oilfield in The Philippines.
Financial Markets
EU agrees to $117bn Ireland bailout
Ireland Matthew Dalton EUROPEAN Union finance ministers have agreed to an 85 billion euro ($117bn) loan package for Ireland.
Australia strengthens ties to Japan
Global issues weigh on investors
Financial Markets Coverage
Mining & Energy
BP sells Pan American stake for $7.3bn
BP Helen Power BP has agreed to sell its stake in Pan American Energy to Bridas Corp as part of its efforts to fund the cost of the Gulf of Mexico spill.
Peak deal may avoid raising
Africa exploited by hook or by crooks

Poised to lead, poised to concede | FINANCIAL AND FOREX INFO NEWS | The Australian Capital Circle




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Poised to lead, poised to concede
The broader implications of Ted Baillieu's victory in the Victorian state election are only now becoming clear.

First off: TED Baillieu is set to become Victoria's 46th premier after the Coalition pulled ahead in the crucial marginal seat of Bentleigh last night. This all but guaranteed victory against John Brumby and his 11-year-old Labor government. While the Coalition would not declare victory last night and Mr Brumby refused to concede defeat, it seemed almost impossible for Labor to retain government, with the Liberals poised to win a 45th seat last night, Milanda Rout and Matthew Franklin report.
Mr Baillieu will convene a special meeting of his shadow cabinet this morning to prepare to take office, after the savage anti-Labor swing in Saturday's election, Paul Austin reports. John Brumby, meanwhile, blames wear and tear.
Ready to lead: "The Coalition has won the popular vote and an absolute endorsement from the majority of voters in Victoria," Mr Baillieu said last night "And the Coalition stands ready to deliver stable and certain government to Victoria."
Elsewhere: JOHN Brumby clearly had weightier matters on his mind than the time of day as he faced the media yesterday. He shot his cuff, looked meaningfully at his watch and declared to the gathered media: ''Morning all''. It was 1.25 in the afternoon
Recriminations: FEDERAL Labor minister  Bill Shorten declared the party was distracted by the Greens from fighting its main enemy, the Liberals. As dejected MPs expressed their frustration at Labor neglecting its suburban heartland, Mr Shorten, the Assistant Treasurer, said the focus on fighting the Greens in the inner-city seats me
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GATA: THE GATA DISPATCH: Trace Mayer Interviews Dave Morgan on Silver Market Manipulation

Trace Mayer interviews Dave Morgan on silver market manipulation

Submitted by cpowell on 08:28AM ET Sunday, November 28, 2010. Section: Daily Dispatches 11:24a ET Sunday, November 28, 2010
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):
Trace Mayer of RunToGold.com talks with Silver-Investor.com's Dave Morgan about silver market manipulation and the prospects for ending it in a 15-minute video interview at RunToGold.com. The work of silver market analyst Ted Butler and GATA is mentioned. You can find the interview here:
http://www.runtogold.com/2010/11/david-morgan-silver-manipulation/
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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European Leaders Approved 85 billion-euro rescue for Ireland


(MarketWtach) : By Andrea Cheng.-European financial leaders on Sunday approved an 85-billion-euro, or $112.53 billion, aid package for debt-crisis-stricken Ireland.

The agreement was announced at a European Union finance ministers’ meeting in Brussels.
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