Results for: long+term

BOJ's Kuroda says focussing on long-term price trend

Mallee farmer says grain growers largely ignore bureau's long term...

Siemens CEO says Dresser-Rand acquisition still makes sense - CNBC

Ireland must avoid repeat of recent overspending - IMF

Greek bank shares edge back up off record lows

Hope for nut allergy cure

Sweden's Ikea keeps on growing

IBM brings back bonuses for top execs even as profits slide

IBM brings back bonuses for top executives even as profits slide

Qatar Airways buys nearly 10 percent of BA, Iberia parent

Newcastle give Carver job until end of season

Fairfax India Slips in Trading Debut After Raising $1 Billion

South Australia reaps benefit from 'outstanding' $1.8b grain harvest

Suns smash pre-season personal bests

Gold Coast to get regular cyclones, insurance forecaster says

Deal extension on NSW lottery sales cautiously welcomed in Broken Hill

ECB bond-buying plan to boost Italian growth - Bank of Italy

WA Environment Minister rules out ban on agricultural fertilisers to curb...

NSW irrigator receives OAM for work in environmental water management

Planning may start in brain's amygdala

Arsenal strengthens defensive options by signing Gabriel

Roche profits fall over debt restructuring

Majority of BOJ members say oil plunge benefits economy - December minutes

US 'monitoring closely' as new Greek PM shakes up policies

LNP leadership: Who are the alternative leaders to replace Campbell Newman?

Wedge Island beach shacks stand-off looks set to end after residents agree...

Mick Keogh OAM says agriculture needs long term vision not reactivity

Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn to face trial on pimping charges

Cenovus Energy deepens 2015 budget cuts as oil prices dive

Aer Lingus backs takeover, needs Irish government support

Shell falls short after oil production income collapses

Qatar Airways takes 10% stake in BA-owner IAG

Saudi economic reforms must focus on efficiency - minister

Smithsonian envisions a London presence

Slippery pavers in Adelaide's Hindley Street to be treated to stop cars...

What red ink? As deficits dip, all sides seek more spending

Canada Pension’s Wiseman Carrying a Big Wallet to the Oil Patch