The best and worst of Australian business news

Posted November 29, 2018 08:00:46 While Australia is struggling with a low unemployment rate, the world is looking up for the country’s banks and companies.

Here are the top five industries and what they’re doing right.

Business: Mining, oil and gas This is where the jobs are and the growth is.

Mining is one of the few industries where the unemployment rate actually decreased over the past three years, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data.

But mining is not the only industry seeing job growth, according.

Here’s a look at the biggest mining companies and what’s driving their growth.

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Goldcorp Goldcorps has a good reputation, but it’s also a very volatile sector.

The company saw a record $4.7 billion of profit for the year ending March 2019, down just 0.6 per cent from the previous year.

But the stock price has fallen this year, and that may be because investors are worried about the company’s ability to continue to grow.

There are a number of reasons why investors may be concerned.

Firstly, the company has been in a downturn for quite some time.

It had been the biggest shareholder in the Australian mining sector for a number to short-sell in February, after the company said it would cut 5,000 jobs by the end of the year.

GoldCorp has also been hit hard by the global downturn in oil prices.

The oil and coal mining industry is one that has seen significant price volatility.

For the year, it had lost more than $500 million in revenue, while the mining sector in the United States and Australia have also been struggling.

There has been a downturn in the mining industry in Australia too, with miners struggling to make a profit.

And that may have affected the company.

The mining sector is a particularly volatile sector for the company, which was founded in 1896, according the Australian Bureau.

Its shares have fallen almost 30 per cent over the last three years.

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United States oil and natural gas companies Oil and natural resources are the most important industries in the US.

While the overall growth of these industries has been slow, the growth in the oil and geothermal sectors has been impressive.

The United States is now the world’s fourth-largest oil exporter, after China, the United Kingdom and Russia.

The US has seen a large surge in its oil and oil and minerals industry, particularly in the last few years, thanks to cheap shale gas.

That means more money flowing into these industries, which means a higher price.

The price of oil is a major driver of the growth of the oil industry in the country.

It is up over 30 per year, according data from Oil and Gas Industry Australia (OGIA).

The average price for Brent crude oil has been rising for the past two years, at about $70 per barrel.

That’s up from about $54 per barrel in 2015.

That is due to a number a factors.

Firstly there are cheaper prices for natural gas and natural coal in Australia.

Secondly, the oil boom has resulted in a large number of jobs being created in the field of oil and the natural gas industry.

These jobs are mainly in the state of Texas, where the US is one the world leaders in oil and a key producer of natural gas.

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New South Wales Premier Mike Baird The state is not known for its high unemployment rate.

The state has seen more than 1.1 million people join the workforce since 2015.

But unemployment is still high in New South Welsh.

A recent report from the Bureau of Economics and Statistics found that more than 50,000 people were out of work, or more than 11 per cent of the workforce.

That includes just over 4,000 who were unemployed because they couldn’t find work in other sectors.

The problem with unemployment is that it has a negative impact on overall productivity, and the longer people stay unemployed, the higher their wages go.

The high unemployment rates and high unemployment benefits mean that many people in New Wales are working longer hours, which is bad for their wellbeing.

The OECD report said that people working part-time or part-year hours are more likely to be unemployed than those working full-time hours.

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The University of New South Wilmslow In Australia, university graduates are much more likely than the general population to hold jobs.

This means that graduates are more productive than their peers, which boosts the overall productivity of the economy.

Universities also have a big presence in Australia, with the universities and colleges accounting for about one-third of the countrys total gross domestic product.

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US oil and mineral mining companies In the US, companies like ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell are major players in the industry.

But while ExxonMobil is widely recognised as one of America’s biggest corporations, the US mining industry has seen some ups and downs over the years.

ExxonMobil has lost more and more jobs over the decades.

But it has also benefited from cheap natural gas prices, as well as the booming