Australian Business News: March 26, 2017

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– Ipsos: 55-45 to Labor

– Australian retailers are unprepared Amazon

– Investors to pay a higher premium for interest-only loans

– “They could not recover any of my money”: millions wait for their superannuation

– Qantas makes last-minute call to abort high-profile debut of in-flight wi-fi service

– Malcolm Turnbull orders national review of electricity prices

– Racist content prompts big exodus from YouTube

– Spending sinks all hope of budget surplus

– No move on payday lenders three months after reform pledge

– Penalty rate cuts could blow 0m hole in federal budget: Australia Institute

– Munmorah Power Station’s iconic 155m-high chimneys demolished

– Council bins are quietly being fitted with tracking technology revealing all your dirty secrets

– Downer EDI shares to feel the squeeze, amid share overhang

– Libs looking to Asia to build new coal-fired power station in north

– Gas guzzlers: best-selling cars nowhere near as fuel efficient as advertised

– India looms large on the iron ore horizon: FMG

– Keen buyers keep auction market booming

– The week in finance: Trump administration to dominate markets, APRA considers tightening screws on loans

– Millennial market drives new ABC chairman Justin Milne

– Sydney job seekers have far less competition than in the rest of NSW