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ANZ, Commonwealth Bank follow NAB and Westpac in hiking interest rates

Customers of Commonweath Bank of Australia (CBA) and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) could see a surge in interest rates – of more than 20 basis points for investor loans and 10 basis points for owner-occupiers. The development comes in the wake of National Australia Bank (NAB) and Westpac upping their interest rates out-of-cycle with the Reserve Bank last week.
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Uncertainty surrounding iron ore prices persists

Uncertainty surrounding iron ore prices lies within the Chinese borders, Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sébastien Jacques said. The prices for iron ore will rely largely on the Chinese output.

Tesla Model Y render excites fans; Model 3 process time to go down significantly

While Elon Musk revealed plans of streamlining Tesla Model 3 deliveries, an interesting render of the much-awaited Model Y has surfaced online, making fans excited. Even though Tesla is currently focusing only on its upcoming electric vehicle (EV) sedan, it has not stopped fans from speculating about the Model 3 crossover.
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Iron ore rallies further amid increase in Chinese output

Iron ore prices continued to increase higher on Thursday. As noted by the Metal Bulletin, the spot price for benchmark 62 percent fines climbed 1.85 percent to settle at US$92.61(AU$120.68) a tonne. With this, the overall increase over the last two sessions has been extended to 5.1 percent.
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Major Australian vanadium project, signed by NT, to create 17,000 construction jobs

A Project Facilitation Agreement, as part of a mining resource project worth $850 million, has been signed between the Northern Territory and Australian resource company TNG. Called the Mount Peake Vanadium-Titanium-Iron Project, it will include a metals processing facility that will be constructed in Alice Springs, Northern Territory.
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M&A to increase in coal, gold; bauxite can see improved activity

Coal and gold sectors could witness a rise in mergers and acquisitions this year, according to a research by Herbert Smith Freehills. The professional services firm said factors including, but not limited to, commodity prices, lower production costs and Australian dollar will be crucial in raising the levels of M&A for 2017.