Money

Sat 17 Feb 2018

Invest in the rise of the robots

Invest in the rise of the robots

INVESTORS seeking the next big thing are keeping a close eye on the fast-growing world of robotics and artificial intelligence, and money is flowing into the...

Thu 15 Feb 2018

Suncorp profits, shares slide after ‘messy’ results

premium_icon Suncorp profits, shares slide after ‘messy’ results

SUNCORP’S profits have copped a battering from hail and increased spending, after shares in Queensland’s biggest company took a dive following results concerned...

Australia’s new $50 note revealed

Australia’s new $50 note revealed

THE Reserve Bank has revealed the new $50 note, featuring swanky security features and an updated design. But will machines accept it?

Tue 13 Feb 2018

Bitcoin a ‘pump-and-dump’ scam

Bitcoin a ‘pump-and-dump’ scam

BITCOIN and other cryptocurrencies are “pump-and-dump” scams, according to the man who made more than $250 million in pump-and-dump scams.

Mon 12 Feb 2018

Woman slams dad for not giving her handouts

Woman slams dad for not giving her handouts

SHOULD parents have to fork out for their adult children? One woman thinks so — but her complaint is dividing the internet.

Lazy Aussies at fault for poor mortgage rates

Lazy Aussies at fault for poor mortgage rates

ONE in two Australians believe they are good negotiators yet are failing to take action to make significant savings on one of their biggest expenses – their home...

Jamie Oliver’s food empire crashing down

Jamie Oliver’s food empire crashing down

WORLD renowned chef Jamie Oliver’s company has cooked up more than $125 million in debt, with the Italian restaurant chain forced to shut down a number of its...

Sun 11 Feb 2018

Aussies stuck on debt treadmill

Aussies stuck on debt treadmill

A LACK of education and understanding has placed families behind the eight ball on credit card debt, but there are some options to get back on track.

Fri 9 Feb 2018

Wall St slumps again, Australian market set to follow

Wall St slumps again, Australian market set to follow

THE Australian share market looks set to open around 1.5 per cent lower after Wall Street’s key index again take a painful tumble.

Using super to buy an investment property is a minefield

Using super to buy an investment property is a minefield

TAKE charge of your super now, David Koch says, or risk running out of money in retirement.

Older