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Clancy Yeates reports on banking and finance and is a former Canberra business correspondent.
Clancy Yeates Analysts say the Australian Reserve Bank will influence much of the coming year.
Clancy Yeates Small investors a step closer to being able to easily lend their savings to blue-chip companies.
Clancy Yeates The Australian dollar jumped more than half a cent after a surge in Chinese trade.
Clancy Yeates Retirement funds for staff at Goldman Sachs and the Commonwealth Bank have topped an official list of the nation's best-performing super funds, as non-profit and in-house corporate funds maintain...
Clancy Yeates Retirement funds for government workers posted the best returns in the latest financial year, while super funds owned by banks and wealth managers lost money in the 12 months to June, official...
Clancy Yeates Australia has posted its biggest trade deficit since before the global financial crisis.
Clancy Yeates A backdown by global regulators could support Australian bank profit margins.
Clancy Yeates Australian banks could find it easier to meet new liquidity standards, the industry’s peak body says, after a global regulatory body softened rules requiring banks to build up cash buffers.
Clancy Yeates Work is something many of us try to forget at this time of year. But when it comes to the economy, job prospects seem to have been weighing on people's minds recently.
Clancy Yeates Economists have one key wish when it comes to tax reform.
Clancy Yeates Australia is facing a tough year, forcing unemployment back to global financial crisis levels.
Clancy Yeates AUSTRALIA'S economic growth will slow to well below its long-term average in the coming year, pushing up unemployment to levels not seen since the global financial crisis, leading economists predict.
Clancy Yeates THE Australian sharemarket has surged to a level not seen since mid-2011 as global markets welcomed the last-ditch deal that means the United States will avoid savage budget cuts that threatened to...
Clancy Yeates Executive pay in retirement funds owned by banks and wealth managers will come under growing scrutiny this year, as new figures show not-for-profit funds shell out between $290,000 and $800,000 a...
Clancy Yeates Mike Smith, the country's highest-paid banker, is the latest boss to face shareholder dissent.
Clancy Yeates ANZ says the environment facing the bank in 2013 will remain ‘‘challenging’’ as the mining boom reaches its peak and despite recent positive signs in China and the US.
Clancy Yeates ANZ Bank chairman John Morschel has been forced to fend off shareholder criticism of the $10.1 million pay packet granted to chief executive Mike Smith, saying the bank risks losing Mr Smith if it...
Clancy Yeates The rapidly expanding sector puts pressure on the rest of the retirement savings industry.
Clancy Yeates Banks are exploiting better conditions on global funding markets to buy back billions.
Clancy Yeates The OECD urges the government to consider raising the GST and widening the mining tax.