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CoreLogic dissect the spring selling season

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Collective bargaining with Apple would enhance security, APCA says

The argument between the banks and Apple over Apple Pay is not only about access to the iPhone's NFC chip. The payments industry peak body says forcing Apple to accept a common set of security standards would provide a net public benefit. read more

Retailers back banks' Apple application

Australian retailers have backed the banks' application to negotiate collectively with Apple over access to its mobile payments technology, reminding the Australian Competition Commission that it has made a big investment in NFC technology, which it wants to keep open and inclusive. read more

Muted response to banks' ACCC mobile wallet application

The deadline for submissions to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission from interested parties on the application by a group of banks to bargain collectively with third-party mobile wallet providers has passed with only six submissions filed. read more

Bond issuers take time out to mull monetary policy decision

Corporate bond market participants were more focused on the Reserve Bank's decision regarding the cash rate on Tuesday, and digesting the implications of that, than on issuance activity. Issuance activity last week was limited to line tapping by a few constituents of the supranational sovereign and agency sector. read more

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