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|... or 4.86 per cent, to stand at $30.36, Rio Tinto was 66 cents lower, or 1.13 per cent, at $57.89 and iron ore miner Fortescue Metals was down nine cents, or 4.46 per cent, at $1.93. Woodside Petroleum had dropped 16 cents to $34.73 but oil and gas ...|
|... further pressure on the miners. BHP Billiton shed 34 cents to $31.81, Rio Tinto dropped 71 cents to $58.49 and Fortescue Metals slipped 2.5 cents to $2.12. Meanwhile, BHP's iron ore president Jimmy Wilson and Rio's iron ore chief executive ...|
|... at 1200 AEDT, global miner BHP Billiton was down 46 cents at $32.18, Rio Tinto had fallen 92 cents to $59.47, and Fortescue Metals had scraped off one cent to $2.14. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum lost 50 cents to $34.66. Santos ...|
|... had dipped 19 cents to $35.04 and Oil Search was 11 cents lower at $7.97. Among the miners, iron ore pure play Fortescue Metals was particularly weak, down nine cents, or 3.9 per cent, to $2.20 after news overnight that ratings agency ...|
|... ex-dividend on Wednesday. Its shares dived $1.24 to $61.16 while BHP Billiton dropped 65 cents to $32.66. However, Fortescue Metals rose two cents to $2.31 after the miner launched a new $3.2 billion senior secured debt issue to push back the ...|
|... and Rio Tinto going ex-dividend. Rio Tinto plummeted $2.12 to $62.68, BHP Billiton was down 24 cents to $33.30 and Fortescue Metals fell 1.5 cents to $2.41. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum was up 25 cents at $35.35, while Santos gained ...|
|... 45 cents to $33.67 as crude oil prices fell and base metals had a mixed night. Rio Tinto fell $1.03 to $64.57, and Fortescue Metals dipped three cents to $2.42. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum was down 29 cents at $35.01, and Santos lost ...|
|... sector," Mr Heffernan said. BHP Billiton was up 46 cents at $34.11, Rio Tinto had added $1.00 to $65.41 and Fortescue Metals was steady at $2.49. Among the major banks, Commonwealth Bank had lifted 79 cents to $92.71, National Australia ...|
|... fell six cents to $8.12 and Santos was two cents lower at $7.93. BHP Billiton was down 24 cents at $33.32 and Fortescue fell one cent to $2.47, while Rio Tinto clawed back 46 cents to $64.16. The major banks were all in negative territory. ...|
|... with BHP Billiton down 15 cents to $33.35, Rio Tinto lost 35 cents cents to $63.23, and iron ore pure play Fortescue Metals shed two cents to $2.46. Of the major banks, National Australia Bank was 13.5 cents weaker at $37.645, ANZ shed 13 ...|
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AXA Investment Managers' head of Framlington Equities for Asia left the business at end of May, the manager confirmed.
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Superannuation is working effectively to support members of all ages, genders and income levels, new research from the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia shows.
According to the new Value of an Adviser report by Russell Investments, financial advisers deliver value of at least 4.4% or more every year to their clients beyond investment-only advice.
A portfolio manager artificially inflated a fund's returns and collected a large bonus on the back of it, the US corporate regulator alleged.
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