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Climate Activists Spray Fake Oil on Bank of England as Part of 'Global Money Rebellion'

Urdu Point 01 Apr 2021
"The Bank of England has failed utterly in its duty to regulate giant funders of fossil fuels like Barclays and HSBC ... According to the statement, similar protests are being held on Thursday in front of private banks in several UK cities like Glasgow, Brighton, Cambridge and Cornwall, as well as in Paris, Brussels and Melbourne.
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Extinction Rebellion sprays Bank of England with ‘oil’ in new wave of protest

The Independent 01 Apr 2021
The world’s 60 largest banks have funded the fossil fuel industry to the tune of $3.8 trillion since 2016,” XR said ... Elsewhere, local XR groups in Glasgow, Brighton, Cambridge and Cornwall, are also targeting private banks, while in Paris, Brussels and Melbourne, protesters are marching against the economic institutions XR say are “killing” us.
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‘It’s fantastic living here – in the gateway to Asia’

The Irish Times 16 Oct 2020
From Ratoath in Co Meath, Bennett studied social sciences at the Dublin Institute of Technology ... But after six months of travelling, Bennett met her now husband in Melbourne ... Having had some banking experience working part-time in AIB during college, Bennett decided to work with a small private bank in Melbourne called Bank First ... ‘Not cheap’ ...  . .
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Wheat futures sink as supply outlook rises; corn, soy flat

Canada Dot Com 06 Aug 2020
Front-month K.C. hard red winter wheat futures hit their lowest since Dec ... crops are looking very good; we are likely to see record corn and soybean production,” said Phin Ziebell, agribusiness economist at National Australia Bank in Melbourne. The U.S. Agriculture Department on Thursday morning confirmed private sales of 126,000 tonnes of U.S.
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U.S. wheat, soy futures fall on bearish supply view; corn steadies

Canada Dot Com 06 Aug 2020
The production forecast sparked a third straight day of losses in soybeans ... crops are looking very good; we are likely to see record corn and soybean production,” said Phin Ziebell, agribusiness economist at National Australia Bank in Melbourne. The U.S. Agriculture Department on Thursday morning confirmed private sales of 126,000 tonnes of U.S.
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From freefall to boom: what the hell is happening to Australia's housing market?

The Observer 17 Nov 2019
Prices in Sydney and Melbourne had fallen by double digits from their 2017 peak and with credit being squeezed by a nervous banking sector after the royal commission, the bottom seemed nowhere in sight ... That has surprised the Reserve Bank and many private sector economists.
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