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|... Mining stocks were mixed, with BHP Billiton down two cents to $27.71, and Fortescue Metals down nine cents to $22.30, but Rio Tinto up 20 cents to $56.11.|
|... cents at $32.15. The miners were weaker on falls in commodity prices, with BHP Billiton losing eight cents to $27.84, Rio Tinto retreating 62 cents to $56.67 and Fortescue Metals stepping back half a cent to $2.435. Pathology and radiology provider Sonic ...|
|... Australia Bank advanced 12 cents to $31.72. In the resources sector, global miner BHP Billiton found 13.5 cents at $27.735, Rio Tinto was down 44 cents at $55.93 and Fortescue Metals dipped four cents to $2.35. The energy sector did better after overnight ...|
|... bounce back." The big four banks and major miners were mixed at 1025 AEST. BHP Billiton dipped 10 cents to $27.99, while Rio Tinto gained 49 cents to $57.23 and Fortescue Metals was up 5.5 cents at $2.335. Commonwealth Bank added once cent to $80.55 ...|
|... National Australia Bank fell one cent to $32.99. In the resources sector, BHP Billiton was down 27 cents at $28.26, while Rio Tinto dropped 67 cents to $56.83, and Fortescue Metals was four cents lower at $2.39. Shares in grocery retailer Metcash slumped ...|
|... Australia Bank retreated 34 cents to $33.01. In the resources sector, global miner BHP Billiton was up 22 cents at $28.55, Rio Tinto added $1.20 to $57.69, and Fortescue Metals was six cents richer at $2.44. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum was ...|
|... $33.81 and Westpac was 23 cents weaker at $32.89. In the resources sector, BHP Billiton was down 41 cents at $28.78, Rio Tinto had given up 33 cents to $57.09, while Fortescue Metals was up three cents at $2.41. Making news, pizza and coffee maker Retail ...|
|... Australia Bank up 61 cents at $34.05 and Westpac 73 cents higher at $33.85. BHP Billiton had gained 17 cents to $29.37, Rio Tinto had lifted 77 cents to $58.42, while Fortescue Metals was flat at $2.43. Telstra had gained eight cents to $6.23. Ten had ...|
|... Westpac was 9.5 cents weaker at $33.105. In the resources sector, global miner BHP Billiton was 31 cents lower at $29.03, Rio Tinto dipped two cents to $57.29, and iron ore pure play Fortescue Metals nudged up one cent to $2.37. Woolworths descended ...|
|... withstand routs in commodity prices. BHP Billiton had fallen 59 cents, or 1.98 per cent to $29.23 at 1025 AEST, and Rio Tinto was down 69 cents at $57.60. Fortescue Metals was one cent higher at $2.41. There has been speculation that two major Chinese ...|
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The chief commercial officer and head of communications and marketing officer at Iress have announced their resignations.
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Commonwealth Bank has ditched its 90-year-old Dollarmites program after the state governments' banning of school banking schemes.
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BT has identified the cause of its $147 billion platform being down for a week, with new chief executive Matt Rady making assurances for the future.
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The life insurer appointed a general manager, product and proposition, hiring from MetLife.
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