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Bank profits are surging. But a major part of their business is struggling

Rod Myer published an article in The New Daily discussing how in May, Westpac, NAB and ANZ all reported rises in their half-yearly cash profits that were up at least 45 per cent. Shareholders are being rewarded with dividend rises and improving share prices. So, how have the banks been pushing up their profits when the business of lending money is so flat? Stuart Jackson comments. Read here.

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