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Weekly Top Ten News Stories
Our top ten news stories from 09 April 2015 to 16 April 2015
US Economy: These Three Data Points Show Growth Has Stopped
Michael Lombardi of Profit Confidential argues argues why he believes the US economy is not improving as assumed.
Next Week At A Glance
A brief look at important company events and economic data releases next week.
Can Western Areas Lift Its Dividend?
The potential for stronger dividends has been flagged for Western Areas as the company delivers healthy March quarter production numbers.
Weekly Broker Wrap: Gaming, Telcos, Retail, Media, Housing And US Building
Gaming expenditure; mobile operator data; retail trends; advertising spending; housing finance and US building activity.
The Overnight Report: Rate Rise Ennui
Is Wall Street finally sick of speculating on Fed policy? Several Fedheads turned dovish last night yet US stock markets closed flat. Dow down 6. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 17 April, 2015
Australian Corporate Bond Price Tables
FNArena provides a weekly update of Australian listed corporate bond issues, current pricing and yield data.
The Short Report
FNArena's weekly update on short positions in the Australian share market.
Shallow Retracement For CBA
The Chartist notes Commonwealth Bank has been pulling back from its highs but downside is epxetced to be limited.
China And Reserve Currency Aspirations
Beijing has announced its intention to make the renminbi a fully convertible currency this year, but analysts believe this is an ambitious target.
Diminishing Food Inflation Sounds Alarm Call For Supermakets
Diminishing food inflation in Australian supermarkets is alarming some brokers as competition threatens already slim margins.

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