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As you may have heard, the Supreme Court of the United States legalised gay marriage last week. Not a line you may expect to start a blog post on investing, but the ruling provides a fascinating insight into how quickly society is changing. Continue reading
On Monday, the ACCC proposed its intention to reduce the rates that Telstra Corporation (ASX: TLS) can charge for access to its national copper network. Continue reading
Reporting on the impending Greek debt default crisis, the fragility of the local banking system, and a “Grexit” from the common currency union has been escalating over the past year and reached feverish levels over the past few days. But what are the markets saying? Continue reading
As Fiscal 2015 draws to a close and Greece defaults on its debt repayments, let’s take a look at the year that was. The Australian market, excluding reinvestment of dividends, has continued to trade sideways, up 1.3 per cent from 5,382 to 5,451. Continue reading