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Silver lining for some as banks raise savings rates
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Analysis

Silver lining for some as banks raise savings rates

Savers looking for the best deal should set their sights on banks providing ongoing savings rates of at least 2 per cent, as they will be most likely to keep raising rates in tandem with the RBA.

  • by Dominic Powell

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‘It’s not working’: Philanthropist urges new approach to mental health
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‘It’s not working’: Philanthropist urges new approach to mental health

A major youth mental health private donor is shifting its money from treatment to prevention, but there is debate over whether governments should follow suit.

  • by Jordan Baker
No dividend bonanza for investors this reporting season, warn analysts

No dividend bonanza for investors this reporting season, warn analysts

Analysts say it is unlikely Australia’s largest companies will splash their cash this reporting season, given the multiple potential perils ahead for the economy.

  • by Dominic Powell
Can online retailer Kogan relive its COVID glory days?

Can online retailer Kogan relive its COVID glory days?

Ruslan Kogan’s online retailer has come a long way since it was first founded in a garage back in 2006.

  • by Dominic Powell
Pilot, Juniper healthcare brands to cut staff after investor pulls loan deal
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Pilot, Juniper healthcare brands to cut staff after investor pulls loan deal

Start-ups used to be able to count on deals that were agreed in principle becoming a reality. Not any more.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
‘Cognitive dissonance’: Lean times loom for start-ups after bull market mania

‘Cognitive dissonance’: Lean times loom for start-ups after bull market mania

In a candid letter to investors, the venture fund Square Peg predicts more start-up failures, lower valuations and slower returns.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
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Breaking bad: How BlackRock lost $1.7 trillion dollars in six months
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Opinion

Breaking bad: How BlackRock lost $1.7 trillion dollars in six months

The world’s largest asset manager has picked up the crown for losing the largest amount of money ever by a single firm over a six-month period.

  • by Marc Rubinstein
Property, stocks, shiny Charizards: Millennials keen on trading cards

Property, stocks, shiny Charizards: Millennials keen on trading cards

A growing group of primarily young Australians are looking at trading cards as alternative investments, much in the same way as older generations purchase wine or art.

  • by Dominic Powell
The insider trader out of jail and on the hunt for his next big deal

The insider trader out of jail and on the hunt for his next big deal

In the spartan offices of his small private investment firm, Raj Rajaratnam, former inmate 62785-054, is searching for his next big trade.

  • by Bob Van Voris
The Warren Buffett protege doing her own thing

The Warren Buffett protege doing her own thing

At 24, fresh out of business school with barely any formal work experience, Tracy Britt Cool mailed a letter to legendary investor Warren Buffett.

  • by Anupreeta Das
As equities plunge, could gold and cash be back on the menu?
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Gold

As equities plunge, could gold and cash be back on the menu?

As global equity markets remain unpredictable, investors are being urged to start looking at more stable investment options, such as gold and cash.

  • by Dominic Powell