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|... gained 71 cents, or 1.4 per cent, to $51.60. Fortescue Metals Group was up two cents, or 1.12 per cent, to $1.805, while Santos had gained 18 cents, or 2.41 per cent, to $7.66. As for the big four banks, ANZ had gained 17 cents to $32.38, Commonwealth ...|
|... Metals had declined 5.75 cents, or 3.22 per cent, to $1.7275. Oil and gas giant Woodside was down 27 cents to $34.37, while Santos had dropped 10 cents to $7.60. As for the big four banks, ANZ had shed 41 cents to $32.62, the Commonwealth had fallen ...|
|... in oil prices. Oil and gas giant Woodside Petroleum has reversed earlier losses to gain 15 cents cents to $34.27, while Santos fell 12 cents, or 1.55 per cent, to $7.62. Among the mining stocks, BHP Billiton rose three cents to $26.04, while Rio Tinto ...|
|... Europe's economic problems. Woodside Petroleum was 11 cents lower at $33.88, Oil Search retreated half a cent to $7.155 and Santos had given up 5.5 cents to $7.885.|
|... to $2.35. The energy sector did better after overnight rises in the oil price, with Woodside up 66 cents at $36.26, and Santos nine cents higher at $8.09. Woolworths was up two cents at $27.13 after it announced plans to invest more than $650 million ...|
|... Fortescue Metals was six cents richer at $2.44. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum was 23 cents weaker at $35.88, but Santos put on seven cents at $8.15. Food manufacturer Patties Foods lifted one cent to $1.21 as the company confirmed that its ...|
|... Fortescue Metals was two cents higher at $2.14. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum had jumped 66 cents to $35.53 and Santos had put on 16.5 cents to $8.075 as the oil price lifted. The banks were mixed, with Commonwealth Bank advancing nine cents ...|
|... the oil prices overnight," OptionsXpress market analyst Ben Le Brun said Woodside Petroleum gained 36 cents to $34.87, Santos was up 19 cents to $8.85 and Oil Search was 15.5 cents higher at $7.885. Retail stocks are benefitting from Tuesday night's ...|
|... lifted three cents, or more than one per cent, to $2.60. Oil and gas giant Woodside was 18 cents higher to $34.32, while Santos picked up nine cents to $8.68.|
|... lifted 10 cents, or more than four per cent, to $2.60. Oil and gas giant Woodside was 55 cents higher to $34.55, while Santos picked up nine cents to $8.68. Among the major banks, the Commonwealth lifted 31 cents to $82.95, while ANZ gained three cents ...|
An index fund beat out active fund managers in the latest RMetrics rankings, topping the list based on returns and risk-adjusted measures.
The corporate regulator is providing more guidance to financial advisers to help them prepare for their upcoming ongoing fee obligations, due to take effect in less than two weeks.
Industry superannuation fund Rest has hired AMP Capital's former head of global client services and enablement to lead its operations function.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has dropped enforcement action against Regal Funds Management following an investigation in 2019.
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