Australian banks have no interest in buying up shares in the ‘bullion-buying’ business

AUSTRALIAN banks have been forced to rethink their strategy of buying up the shares of companies that have fallen on hard times and will continue to suffer from low returns, according to a new report.

The latest issue of the Wall Street Journal’s “Bullion Buying” blog, by economist David Zuckerman, notes the risks associated with buying up stocks, with some economists warning that buying up companies that are going to suffer will lead to “catastrophic losses” for investors.

Zuckerman’s report is one of the first to point out that a lot of the financial institutions in the world are buying up large chunks of shares in these companies, in the hope of earning profits in the future.

But he also notes that this is risky, and not just because it is a risky strategy.

It will cause huge losses for the banks that are buying shares and not for the investors that are holding them.

We can only guess at the outcome of this.

There is no way to know.

But it’s possible that the risk of a company being wiped out and then the next one being bought up by another bank is just too high.

Investors are not going to see this in the near term, and that’s a big reason why a lot more is at stake for the Australian financial system.

What the banks are buying There are three key reasons for the bank buying up these stocks.

First, it is the only way for banks to generate income.

This is because the majority of the money that banks make from issuing money is generated from issuing bonds, or the cost of borrowing money.

Second, it has to do with making money for the Treasury.

Third, it could create a huge opportunity for some of the biggest banks.

Banks like Citigroup, HSBC, ANZ, Westpac, and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia are all buying up big chunks of the shares.

In the past, these firms have benefited from the financial system, and have been able to make a lot from selling bonds to investors.

But as the market has deteriorated, they have seen their profits decline.

Now, there are plenty of other banks, such as Commonwealth Bank, who are also buying up some shares.

And, if they were to sell those shares, it would increase the profits for all of the other banks. 

Why these big banks are taking these risksThe report notes that some of these banks have already had to make some difficult decisions about their investment strategies.

These are the three big banks that Zuckert has identified as being the most likely to be negatively impacted by a decline in the value of the Australian economy: Westpac (currently down 25% from its peak), ANZ (down 25% and up 10%), and the Australian Banking Association (up 13%).

Banking system has been a drag on Australia’s economy Banking systems are a huge drag on our economy.

So much so that the Reserve Bank is considering creating a bank credit rating agency to rate the entire financial system in Australia.

However, these efforts have not been successful in making it clear how bad things have become for the banking system.

In fact, the ratings agency has reported that the system is now in worse shape than at the end of the Great Depression.

“The current crisis is now so deep and wide-ranging that it will take a while before the banking sector’s outlook can be fully restored,” the report says.

That could be until the end, or until the banks decide to sell their shares.

The report notes the bank owners are also trying to get the government to support the system.

The report argues that the government is in no position to do much.

As the banks struggle, the government will have to take action.

To get a clearer picture of what the government’s thinking is, Zuckeman wrote to the Prime Minister and Treasurer, and asked them to consider the risks of buying shares.

“Can you please make the case to the government for buying shares in banks?,” Zucketerman asked.

After receiving the letter, the Prime Ministers office replied that it was “not in our interests to take on any risk in this area”.

The Prime Minister’s office also said it had “no plans to intervene”.

So, the banks have decided to make their own decisions.

The biggest problem for Australia’s banks But it is not just banks who are buying a share of the stocks of these companies.

Australia’s big three banks have also been buying up a lot shares. 

The Commonwealth Bank has bought a whopping 40% of the company’s shares, for example, while Westpac has bought 30%. 

And ANZ has bought another 13% of shares, while the Commonwealth and Westpac have also bought a large chunk of shares.

It is not yet clear how many shares ANZ and WestPac are holding,