A KEY SURVEY SHOWS THERE'S BEEN A SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT IN THE NUMBER OF JOBS ADVERTISED IN SEPTEMBER.

THE ANZ REPORT SHOWS JOB ADS ON NEWSPAPERS AND ONLINE INCREASED POINT-TWO PER CENT LAST MONTH.

THAT REVERSES SIX MONTHS OF NEGATIVE READINGS.

ANZ SAYS THE FIGURES ARE CONSISTENT WITH ITS VIEW THAT MOST OF THE INCREASE IN UNEMPLOYMENT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED AND IT WILL ONLY DRIFT SLIGHTLY HIGHER.

THE OFFICIAL EMPLOYMENT DATA FOR SEPTEMBER IS DUE ON THURSDAY.

 

A KEY SURVEY SHOWS THERE'S BEEN A SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT IN THE NUMBER OF JOBS ADVERTISED IN SEPTEMBER.

THE ANZ REPORT SHOWS JOB ADS ON NEWSPAPERS AND ONLINE INCREASED POINT-TWO PER CENT LAST MONTH.

THAT REVERSES SIX MONTHS OF NEGATIVE READINGS.

ANZ SAYS THE FIGURES ARE CONSISTENT WITH ITS VIEW THAT MOST OF THE INCREASE IN UNEMPLOYMENT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED AND IT WILL ONLY DRIFT SLIGHTLY HIGHER.

THE OFFICIAL EMPLOYMENT DATA FOR SEPTEMBER IS DUE ON THURSDAY.

 

AUSTRALIAN DAIRY PRODUCER WARRNAMBOOL IS LIKELY TO BE TAKEN OVER BY A CANADIAN COMPANY.

SAPUTO IS OFFERING SEVEN-DOLLARS FOR EACH WARNAMBOOL SHARE, VALUING THE COMPANY AT 388 ILLION DOLLARS.

LAST MONTH BEGA OFFERED 319 ILLION DOLLARS FOR THE 82 PER CENT THAT IT DOESNT ALREADY OWN.

BUT THE WARNAMBOOL BOARD URGED SHAREHOLDERS TO REJECT BEGA'S OFFER.

AND IS NOW RECOMMENDING SHAREHOLDERS TO ACCEPT SAPUTO'S OFFER WHICH IT SAYS IS SUPERIOR TO BEGA AND WILL OFFER MORE SCOPE TO GROW

 

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