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Whats up Mr.Henry ?

well  by the looks of it , there will be a lot much  going on , once the Henry  tax review  is released and more importantly the changes that will flow on from there on. When i look above  at this post title ‘Whats up Mr henry ? , it reminds me of this song “sorry Ms jackson – By outcast”Here comes the Henry tax reviewHere are the lyrics ( not)I'm sorry Ms. Financial advisers [OOOH]
I am for real
Never meant to make your Lot cry cry
I apologize (not )a trillion times ( kevid rudd is backing me Up)
I'm sorry Mssrs.  Property  Investors [OOOH]
I am for real
Never meant to make your bank account dry
I apologize a trillion timeswell that  sums up what many  are expecting from it  , harsher  laws on property investors  and tighter  rules on financial advisers and  firms. Small business owners are hoping the Henry tax review will slash and simplify business taxes. Speculation is growing in the media the Australian government will look to lift taxes …

Companies hitting 52 week high

Centro Retail Group (CNP)Centro Properties GroupLatest Share Prices -. 27 Apr 2010 (20 min delay). CNP: $0.260 ...Centro Properties Group(Centro) is a retail investment organisation specialising in the ...
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Centro Properties Group (CNP) is a public company engaged in the operations of the Centro Property Trust and other entities of the company which are engaged in property management, property investment, funds management and property development. CNP was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on the 14th of August, 1997.
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Currency markets says its getting riskier

The Australian dollar is at its highest for more than decade against the euro and getting higher against the pound. What does this tell us about the situation in Europe and the impact that this is likely to have on the Australian share market?
Mounting expectations that China may soon revalue the yuan and growing evidence that the world economy is healing well also bolstered Asia currencies and stocks, which held near 22-month highs [ID:nSGE6370B2] [MARKETS/AS].
The Australian dollar was firm at $0.9271 , little changed from levels seen here late Thursday, but up 1 percent for the week. In trade-weighted terms <=AUD>, it is at 20-month highs.</AUD=D4>
Australian Currency marketsRisk and uncertainty in the share market is on the rise. One place in which we can see this unfolding is through the currency markets. The euro is at an all-time low and you  it has seen a dramatic fall against the Aussie dollar in the past year. This shows the uncertainty in the euro zone at the mome…