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Financial and Forex Info News | The Australian Business Briefing Update: Shares fall deeper into red




Australian Business update for Thursday, 05 April 2012


Shares fall deeper into red
Virginia Harrison AUSTRALIAN shares notched sharp losses today, led by resource firms as investors abandoned risk amid renewed Europe fears.

ANZ chief blasts crisis response
Richard Gluyas A SENIOR ANZ Banking Group executive has attacked the global regulatory response to the financial crisis.

Struggling Yahoo cuts 2000 jobs
WEB pioneer Yahoo will slash 14 per cent of its workforce in a purge aimed at creating a "smaller, nimbler, more profitable" company.

China's dinosaurs must evolve
Tom Orlik and David Reilly LIMITED competition has made China's big state-owned banks profitable but lazy. That may be about to change.

QBE to cut high-risk exposure
Mitchell Bingemann QBE will continue to reduce its exposure in disaster-prone areas as the insurer attempts to recover from a tough 2011.

Shell trims Woodside stake
Andrew Burrell OIL giant Royal Dutch Shell has reinforced its willingness to sell its $6.5 billion shareholding in Woodside Petroleum.

Diamonds could shine on BHP-Rio tie
Ross Kelly BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto may have fallen out of love with diamonds, but broker Nomura still thinks a marriage should be arranged.

BG shifts Tanna to adviser role
Andrew Fraser THE head of the biggest coal-seam gas project in Australia, Catherine Tanna, has been moved to an advisory role.


Financial Markets

Shares fall deeper into red
Virginia Harrison AUSTRALIAN shares notched sharp losses today, led by resource firms as investors abandoned risk amid renewed Europe fears.

Shares slide deeper into the red
Oil down as US stockpiles rise


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Mining & Energy

Diamonds could shine on BHP-Rio tie
Ross Kelly BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto may have fallen out of love with diamonds, but broker Nomura still thinks a marriage should be arranged.

BG shifts Tanna to adviser role
Whitehaven warns of production hit


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