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ACMA


Calls for Submissions From the Public

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Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

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The Australian

Thiam's one-year anniversary gift at Credit Suisse: Brexit
The Australian
Analysts at UBS said on Wednesday that now, following the Brexit vote, Credit Suisse may have to ditch paying a cash dividend for a while, in order to help it continue rebuilding its capital cushion. A spokeswoman for Credit Suisse declined to comment.
For Credit Suisse, Asia is the place to beThe Nation

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The Australian Financial Review

S&P downgrades European Union credit score to 'AA' after Brexit
The Australian Financial Review
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's cut the European Union's credit score on Thursday, citing concerns about the unity of the bloc after Britain's decision to leave, but a senior EU official said the impact would be minimal. Standard & Poor's cut its ...
S&P cuts EU credit ratingThe Australian
Standard & Poor's cuts EU credit rating after British vote to leaveThe Guardian
S&P revises European Union credit rating to AA from AA+CNBC (subscription)
BBC News -Bloomberg -International Business Times UK
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Brisbane Times

GetUp caught up in credit card fraud scams
Brisbane Times
Prominent activist group GetUp has been unwittingly caught up in card-skimming scams targeting almost two million Australian-based cards a year. The scams had involved several fraudulent donations being made to the group but returned within hours, ...



Credit still flowing to booming property sector
The Australian
The credit numbers for May showed a seasonally adjusted 0.4 per cent increase in private sector credit, a slowdown from April's 0.5 per cent rise. The gain was driven by the property sector as housing credit growth ticked up to 0.5 per cent, from 0.4 ...



Bloomberg

A Week Later, Credit Investors Are Shrugging Off Brexit Anxiety
Bloomberg
Since rising 23 basis points in the aftermath of the vote, the Markit iTraxx Europe Index, which tracks credit-default swaps on investment-grade companies, has fallen 16 basis points over four days, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. A decrease ...



Forbes

Millennials Are Big Credit Card Users After All
Forbes
Much research over the past few years has led us to believe that Millennials are credit card averse, preferring cash or debit cards after watching their parents get mired in consumer debt. In fact, a recent Bankrate survey found that 63% of those ...



Swinburne University of Technology

New rules around what merchants can charge for use of credit or debit cards may be difficult to police
Swinburne University of Technology
New standards on how much businesses can surcharge their customers for credit or debit card purchases start in September. However, it's not clear how the rules will be policed and whether this will lead to all businesses enforcing a surcharge, rather ...

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Credit reporting giant Veda under fire for the way it obtains customer consent
The Sydney Morning Herald
For a long time, Simon* has been extremely careful with his personal information, shredding bills, not signing up to random offers, and sticking with one bank. So he was surprised when a rival bank, ANZ, sent a personalised letter to his home, inviting ...

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Forbes

Are Credit Cards More Innovative Than FinTech Startups?
Forbes
Although Brexit has dominated the headlines from the UK, another milestone has quietly been reached this week. Barclaycard, the largest and first credit card issuer in the UK, turned 50 years old. In the 1960s, on both sides of the Atlantic, a ...



SMSF 'golden age' over: Credit Suisse
The Australian
“Our recent discussions with SMSF advisors reveal that many expect their clients to take on more risk and Aussie equities are forecast to be a bigger share of a slower growing SMSF pool,” Credit Suisse said, adding the advisors thought the new rules ...

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