Markets

Trump’s tariff threat is hitting Airbus, Rolls Royce, and Rémy Cointreau shares as traders weigh fallout

Airbus and European aerospace, food, drink, and clothing stocks fell after the Trump Administration threatened tariffs on $US11 billion of EU imports in retaliation for Airbus subsidies. The targeted products include non-military helicopters and aircraft, seafood, cheeses, wines, fruits, sweaters, knives, pajamas, paintbrushes, and wall clocks. Some of the biggest […]
Trump’s tariff threat is hitting Airbus, Rolls Royce, and Rémy Cointreau shares as traders weigh fallout
Tech

The maker of XXXX just launched a startup accelerator

Trans-Tasman food and beverage giant Lion has launched a startup accelerator to foster entrepreneurship in that industry. The maker of brands such as XXXX beer, Dairy Farmers and Pura milk announced Thursday it partnered with corporate startup engagement specialist Slingshot to create a 12-week accelerator named Lion Unleashed. Lion chief […]
The maker of XXXX just launched a startup accelerator
Markets

More evidence of a modest manufacturing recovery in Australia

Australia’s manufacturing industry is showing signs of recovery. That’s the view of Michael Workman, Senior Economist at the Commonwealth Bank, in a research note which follows positive data released in February by the Australian Industry Group, when Australia’s manufacturing industry grew at the fastest pace since May 2002. Although manufacturings’ […]
More evidence of a modest manufacturing recovery in Australia