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Would love to do more Indian films: Shenaz Treasury

Actress Shenaz Treasury, whose last major Bollywood outing was "Delhi Belly" in 2011, says she would love to do more Indian films. 
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Senators to put Treasury under spotlight

As Senate budget estimates enter their second week, Treasury head John Fraser and his team can be expected to be grilled over his department's forecasting.

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South African minister opposes deal with Gupta-linked company

south african minister opposes deal with gupta-linked company
South African Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has opposed a multi-million dollar deal involving South Africa's state-owned weapons manufacturer Denel and Indian origin business family Gupta-linked..

US bond yields stuck near 2017 lows for now

Stubbornly low Treasury yields are spurring Wall Street to slash forecasts, regardless of the Fed's next rate move.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Our forecasts aren't biased: Treasury secretary John Fraser

Treasury Secretary John Fraser has cleared the agency of being biased in its economic forecasts, arguing it has a similar track record in predicting the economy's future to other government or private..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Treasury says China can absorb shocks

Treasury secretary John Fraser says he is confident China can absorb financial shocks, after Moody's downgraded its credit rating on the Asian giant.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Govt keeps tabs on household debt

Treasury secretary John Fraser says the Treasury along with other regulators is watching the housing market closely amid concern about rising household debt.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Banks can deduct levy as pre-tax expense

The federal government has confirmed a new bank levy can be deducted as a business expense, something taken into account in Treasury forecasts.

Henry offers his treasury of knowledge

Former Treasury secretary Ken Henry returned to the spotlight this week, arguing against the government's bank levy in his present role of NAB chairman.

Invigor Group to roll out its price tracking platform globally

Invigor Group (ASX:IVO) is rolling out its cloud-based SpotLite competitor price tracking platform across the U.S., Europe and other markets following its successful Australian rollout earlier this..
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Government rejects 'fallible' Ken Henry's attack on big banks levy

The government has hit back at Ken Henry, after the NAB chairman and former Treasury secretary lashed the government's $6.2 billion bank levy, describing it as damaging to the tax system and..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •The AgeSydney Morning Herald

Europe and Japan raise doubts over US trade policy at G7

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tells the G7 the US reserves the right to be protectionist.
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