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Embrace Brexit uncertainty, Turnbull says

Embrace Brexit uncertainty, Turnbull says

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says there will be a period of uncertainty after Britain's shock referendum result but insist…

  • Brexit 'opportunities' for Aust: Morrison AAP - 13 hours ago
    Brexit 'opportunities' for Aust: Morrison

    Britain's exit from the European Union could open up new opportunities for Australia, including a new free trade deal, Treasurer Scott Morrison says. The surprise decision wreaked havoc on global markets on Friday but Mr Morrison has called for cool heads as the initial shock ripples out in the short term. Free trade talks with Britain could be on the cards.

  • Unexpected Brexit triggers $A fall AAP - 15 hours ago

    The Australian dollar has plummeted against the US dollar and soared against the pound after the UK unexpectedly voted to pull out of the European Union. Investors ditched the pound for the greenback en-masse as the result of the UK vote became clear, Commonwealth Bank chief currency strategist Richard Grace said.

  • Trip to UK now much cheaper AAP - 16 hours ago
    Trip to UK now much cheaper

    A UK holiday has suddenly become a lot cheaper. Already enjoying some of the cheapest airfares to the UK, Australians now have the benefit of a much weaker British pound, thanks to the Brexit vote. The pound plunged against all currencies as the UK voted to leave the European Union, a move that is set to cause long term uncertainty for an economy already under pressure.

  • Global markets face Brexit blood bath AAP - 16 hours ago

    Australia was first in line on Friday for a financial hammering now rolling across global markets as investors ponder the economic fallout of Britain leaving the European Union. Markets across Asia, the UK, Europe and the US are set to mimic heavy losses across in Australia after a surprise victory for the Brexit vote. Britain's departure from the EU after 43 years raises uncertainty that investors don't like, Patersons Securities economist Tony Farnham said.

  • Shorten calls for calm on Brexit vote AAP - 16 hours ago

    Bill Shorten has joined the prime minister and treasurer in calling for calm as financial markets tumble after the surprise decision by Britain to leave the European Union. "We urge people to be calm and not to necessarily confuse the volatility in the stock market with any shift in Australia's fundamentals," he told reporters in Cairns on Friday.

  • Lithium Power makes strong market debut AAP - 17 hours ago

    Lithium is one sector of the mining industry that is charging ahead, according to share market entrant Lithium Power International. LPI's lithium projects include targeted areas in the Pilbara and Greenbushes regions of Western Australia, and the major lithium province of Salta in Argentina. Chief executive Martin Holland says there is a lot of lithium - a key component of battery technology in mobile devices, electric and hybrid cars - around the world, but much of it cannot be extracted economically.

  • Aust bonds soar as Brexit confirmed AAP - 17 hours ago

    Australian bonds are soaring as uncertainty and panic grips markets after the UK voted to leave the EU. Westpac economists said Australian bond yields sank 25 basis points, almost in lockstep with US 10-year ...

  • Demand for CSR's products to remain strong AAP - 17 hours ago

    Building products maker CSR expects demand for its products to remain strong this year, underpinned by residential construction markets. Earnings in building products are expected to improve in the year ending March 31, 2017, managing director Rob Sindel told shareholders at his company's annual meeting. CSR's glass division Viridian is also expected to deliver earnings growth as it focuses on revenue growth from high performance glass, and increased penetration in the commercial market, Mr Sindel said.

 

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      OGC.NZ
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