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Financial stability considerations to keep RBA at bay

Within a decade, Alborz Fallah went from investing $35 in a domain name to selling his business for a reported $35 million. Here he shares some key lessons for other business owners.

New data released by NAB today indicates that spending on consumption-based goods and services by NAB customers grew 3.1% over the year to Q4 2016.

Brighter signs suggest moderate global reflation continues

Stronger near-term momentum will keep RBA on hold, but 2018 still a worry.

The Australian budget in the first six months of this financial year is tracking a little higher, but not significantly worse than recent budget forecasts

Look out quinoa – an Australian-grown ancient grain with serious health credentials is gaining ground on menus as awareness builds about its many benefits.

Business confidence was down slightly, but has been remarkably steady for a long period given the context of global and political uncertainty.

In just two years, Jamie Davison and business partner Nathan Hood acquired six businesses. Here, Davison explains how they did it – and the rookie mistakes others might want to avoid.

Launched in early 2016, Dad’s Oats is the brainchild of siblings Alicia and Peter Cain, who clocked the potential for the family farm to earn extra revenue by selling the cream of their crop direct to the public.

Prices across the base metals complex have generally been stronger than expected in recent months, prompting some upward revisions to our price forecasts

Benchmarking can help farmers identify opportunities for growth. Holmes Sackett’s John Francis and NAB’s Matt O’Dea discuss the benefits and considerations.

In 2015, Ian Pratt led major changes to his family company, South Haven Group. He discusses its new branding, the decision to establish an independent board – and the all-importance of culture.

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