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|... cent after the world's largest aluminum company said it would consider selling its unit that makes Reynolds Wrap, and Amazon.com Inc, up 27 per cent after the internet retailer posted far stronger-than-expected profits. The Dow Jones industrial average ...|
|... 1,268.40. The Nasdaq Composite Index slipped 3.44 points, or 0.17 per cent, to 2,070.46, with shares of Internet retailer Amazon.com Inc sinking to a three-year low, a day after the company cut its earnings outlook, darkening prospects for tech and consumer ...|
|... sector, including Exxon, and a drop in the shares of heavy equipment maker Caterpillar. But after the bell, shares of Amazon.com climbed about four per cent in composite trading after the Internet retailer posted its first-quarter earnings and gave a ...|
|... rates, while disappointing earnings added to investor gloom. The technology sector skidded on a steep drop in shares of Amazon.com, a day after its revenue fell short of Wall Street's target. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 58.36 points to 10,793.62. ...|
|... hit the highest level in seven months on reignited concerns about inflation and interest rates, while a profit miss by Amazon.com yesterday and Boeing today disappointed investors. The Dow Jones industrial average was down 32.89 points to 10,344.98. ...|
|... insurance business. Browne previously spent six years with MLC's insurance business and was most recently involved in MLC's Amazon project. Browne will manage AMP's personal risk insurance, marketing, product management, underwriting and distribution ...|
|... practice based and proprietary advice channels. Herrmannsen joins CBA having left the position of stream leader on the Amazon Project for MLC before which he held a number of senior project management roles in Australia, South Africa, the US and Saudi ...|
|... to 1,719.2. While the deluge of second quarter earnings reports conform broadly to analysts' forecasts, including from Amazon, AOL Time Warner and Boeing, the outlook comments from most companies remain cautious. A similar story continues to unfold in ...|
HESTA's former executive of advice strategy has taken on a new role at another industry fund.
Senator Jane Hume has slammed the superannuation industry over the excuses used by super funds for not merging, saying there is simply no excuse when members' best interests are at play.
Two major insurance providers have cleaned up at the Association of Financial Advisers' Life Company of the Year and Consumer Choice Awards.
If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.
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