Author: Australian Business Herald

Fraser's journey from cold war warrior to Beijing's best friend

By Fergus Ryan But Fraser’s ultimate argument about Australia’s foreign policy towards China and the United States was more a hard-headed calculation of Australia’s strategic interests than concerns about human rights. “We’re more totally...

Fortescue may need to sell assets

By Prashant Mehra On the other hand, any sale of stakes in its Pilbara infrastructure would likely add to margin pressure for the company, besides involving giving up control of its largest investment, Morgan...

Qantas to raise China Eastern benefits

By AAP “New traffic rights recently granted to Chinese carriers means the competition in this market will only increase, which underlines the importance of Qantas forming a strategic partnership with China Eastern so that...

Amaysim hits the switch on 4G

By David Swan Amaysim will soon also release a 300MB data pack for $4. 90 with the same terms as the 1GB data top-up. “With the combination of our new range of Unlimited plans and...

Climate change messing with Atlantic Gulf Stream: study

By John Conroy According to the news service, the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research study - published in Nature Climate Change - said the findings could point to substantial impacts for northwest Europe‘s mild...

Fed official sees hikes from midyear

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Fortescue ‘may need to sell assets’

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Fortescue ‘may need to sell assets’

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Settle in for the currency roller-coaster ride

By Michael Judge Glenn Stevens would have been hoping the US central bank would help drive the Australian dollar lower by indicating a rate rise was on the cards sooner rather than later. Continued divergence in New Zealand...