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|... markets retreated on profit-taking, with Shanghai tanking more than five per cent. Sydney-listed energy firms including Santos and BHP Billiton were hammered as crude continued to be bid down owing to an oversupply in world markets. Tokyo dipped 0.68 ...|
|... back ... there's not too much to cheer about at this stage," CommSec market analyst Stephen Daghlian said. Energy giant Santos slumped to its slowest level in ten years following the slide in oil prices, plus a credit rating downgrade from Standard and ...|
|... is now "well and truly over," and this is discouraging overseas investment in Australian shares. "Energy stocks such as Santos and Oil Search have been hammered as a result of the fall of the oil prices, and the rest of the market is suffering from collateral ...|
|... slight positive." Among energy stocks, oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum added 72 cents, or 2.11 per cent, to $34.92, Santos gained 18 cents, or 1.98 per cent, to $9.29 while Oil Search rose 37 cents, or 5.08 per cent, to $7.66. Diversified mining ...|
|... whole is getting absolutely thumped." Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum dropped $1.87, or 5.2 per cent, to $33.88, Santos dumped 65 cents, or 6.4 per cent, to $9.45 while Oil Search was 58 cents, or 7.3 per cent, weaker at $7.39 at 1206 AEDT. In ...|
|... to ignore calls for an output cut. Sydney's ASX/S&P 200, the home of commodity giants such as BHP Billiton, Woodside and Santos, was the standout loser on Friday, although Asian share markets were mixed because cheaper oil means lower import costs. Sydney ...|
|... up production of the commodity. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum dropped $2.13, or 5.54 per cent, to $36.34, and Santos plunged $1.18, or 10.16 per cent, to $10.43. Among the major banks, Commonwealth Bank was off 50 cents at $81.00, National ...|
|... cents to $38.83 as it said it would push ahead with its $1.2 billion Persephone gas project off the West Australian coast. Santos was 35 cents, or nearly 3%, off at $11.63 and Oil Search was 18 cents down at $8.52.|
|... $60.21, but Fortescue Metals fell 4.5 cents to $3.135. Oil producer Woodside Petroleum lifted 10 cents to $39.20 while Santos climbed six cents to $12.04. Among the major banks, Commonwealth Bank rose 25 cents to $81.24, ANZ gained 14 cents to $32.04 ...|
|... $60.62, and Fortescue Metals was up 11 cents at $3.16. Oil producer Woodside Petroleum was 25 cents higher at $39.72 and Santos had lifted 16 cents to $12.14. Bonds underwear owner Pacific Brands was down a quarter of a cent at 48.75 cents after announcing ...|
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