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Online To Boom Despite Economic Woes

Online news services are set to benefit from the current economic downturn say research group Frost & Sullivan.They also claim that Australia's total general advertising market revenues to increase 24% year-on-year in 2008, growing from $387 million to $481.4 million.
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Australians Are Better Off And Will Spend Say Citigroup

Australians in particular those with families are better off now than they were before the economic downturn claims Citigroup one of the world's leading investment banks. Mortgages have fallen by 2% Petrol prices are at an average of $1.04 Vs $1.41 twelve months ago and share market dividend yields have risen substantially. This they say has added $75 to the average weekly income.
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CE & IT Values Are Up But TV Values Are In Decline Say GFK

As the going gets tough vendors and retailers are looking to the bottom line as opposed to getting a sale for the sake of a sale says David Ackery the General Manager orf Electrical at Harvey Norman and if the latest research from GfK is anythig to go by some vendors are making big returns with the product tracking Company reporting record growth in several key categories.