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The food delivery company taking on China's BAT stocks

Investors who trade international shares are likely to be familiar with the Chinese giant companies Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent - known as the BAT stocks. But there's one stock that may have slipped under the radar of many investors who seek exposure ... More
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Healthy growth prospects pave the way for CG Services

Country Garden Services Holdings Co Lt (CG Services: 6098) closed at 25.05 Hong Kong dollars (HKD) on October 14. That's more than 100% increase since the company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange at 11.44 HKD per share in June 2018. Investors ... More
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Market wrap: rate cuts, recession rumours and the RBA

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) lowered the cash rate by another 25 basis points on Tuesday, resulting in a new record low of 0.75%. Before deciding to cut interest rates, the RBA considered the trend to lower interest rates globally as a trigger ... More
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Ask Paul: I just got divorced and I'm out of my depth

I am a 41-year-old recently divorced woman. I have returned home to Australia after living overseas for many years . I have $50,000 to invest (50% of a retirement annuity received in the divorce settlement) and $50,000 in child support maintenance ... More
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Celebrated hotpot chain Haidilao makes for a hot stock

The name means fortune in Chinese. If you go by the increase in its share price, which has almost doubled since it listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) in September 2018, then Haidilao International Holding Ltd (06862 HK) has indeed delivered ... More
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Travel money: save more than $100 and don't get ripped off

Australians love to travel but when it comes to using money, they are often ripped off. Australians paid $2.14 billion in fees for accessing money overseas in 2018. This was for overseas card transaction fees, card ownership fees, overseas ATM withdrawal ... More
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