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|... million. Other investment billionaires to make the list are Portland House Group director David Hains (12th place), Seven Group Holdings executive chairman Kerry Stokes (14th place) and hedge fund guru and CQS founder Michael Hintze (23rd place). Greg ...|
|... Thursday, labour force data for May will be released. In company news, Nexus Energy shareholders will meet to vote on Seven Group's proposed takeover. The market on Wednesday closed lower, with the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index dropping 15.7 points to 5,454 ...|
|... private new capital expenditure and expected expenditure data for the December quarter. In equities news, Qantas, the Seven Group, Nine Entertainment, Gindalbie Metals, Perpetual, and Transfield Services are expected to post first half results. In Australia ...|
|... with industrials leading the pack. Engineering group Monadelphous added 83 cents, or five per cent, to $17.45, and Seven Group had gained 32 cents, or 4.4 per cent, at $7.64. Qantas was another good performer, adding 4.5 cents, or four per cent, to $1.17. ...|
|... releases the minutes of its monthly board meeting. In equities news, Ruralco is expected to post full year results, while Seven Group, iiNet and Monadelphous have annual general meetings scheduled. In Australia, the market on Monday closed in negative ...|
|... nearly tripling its net profit following a strong first half performance from its heavy equipment business WesTrac, Seven Group's shares were down 76 cents, or 9.8 per cent, to $6.95. In the resources sector, global miner BHP Billiton dropped 18 cents ...|
|... down 28 points at 5,098. No major economic news is expected on Tuesday. In equities news, Billabong, Whitehaven Coal, Seven Group, Flight Centre, Noni B, Petsec Energy and McMillan Shakespeare are expected to post full year results, while Beach Energy ...|
|... Australian stocks again on Thursday morning, it if adds to fears about a slowing Australian economy. In other news, Seven Group Holdings shares fell 21.5 cents, or 2.83 per cent, to $7.38 after former Woodside boss Don Voelte was named as its new chief ...|
|... Among other stocks, broadcaster Ten Network lifted 1.75 cents, or 5.3 per cent, to 34.75 cents amid speculation that Seven Group chairman Kerry Stokes is increasing his stake in the company. National turnover was 924.4 million securities worth $2.3 billion ...|
|... million ($A741.97 million) in the year to December 31, up from $US704 million in the previous corresponding period. Seven Group Holdings shares shed 12 cents, or 1.19 per cent, to $9.93 despite flagging a rise of up to 20 per cent in full year profit. ...|
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The nation's wealth gap continues to widen as new research suggests Australia is among the richest in the world, rising up the ranks to record one of the largest gains in wealth in 2020.
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The Guardians of NZ Superannuation promoted a senior investment strategist to head of asset allocation.
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Citi has appointed a new head of research for Australia and New Zealand.
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Clients who claimed Commonwealth Bank financial advisers put them in expensive CMLA life insurance policies instead of cheaper alternatives have been asked to narrow their group definition.
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