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|... releases its monthly business survey for October. In equities news, Incitec Pivot post full-year results while Seven West Media and UGL hold annual general meetings. The Australian Resources Conference is on in Western Australia and Reserve Bank of Australia's ...|
|... dividends, its yield of around 7.2% is still impressive," said Bennett. The rebalance has also taken the weighting in Seven West Media up to 2.6%, taking advantage of a fall in the share price.|
|... scheduled to speak at a QUT Business School function. Virgin CEO John Borghetti, Fairfax CEO Greg Hywood and Seven West Media chief operating officer Rohan Lund are expected to participate at the Citi Australian Investment and Asian G10 Rates Conference. ...|
|... to $25.28, Westpac had sagged 10 cents to $24.77, and ANZ had lost 18 cents to $24.77. In local equities news, Seven West Media shares opened four cents higher, after it reported net profit rose by 97.1 per cent to $226.9 million following its takeover ...|
|... Institute Leading Indexes of Economic Activity is due out. In equities news, Suncorp Group, APA Group, Boral, Seven West Media, AGL Energy, Asciano, BHP Billiton, Country Road and Noni B are among companies due to post full year results while Woodside ...|
|... $30.99 and Rio Tinto shares $1.08 higher at $55.16. At 1017 Newcrest shares were three per cent higher at $21.77. Seven West Media shares were flat at $1.62 after it announced $440 capital raising to reduce its debt. The Sydney gold price was $US1591.17 ...|
|... to 54.5 cents by 1200 AEST. Meanwhile, former Woodside chief executive Don Voelte has replaced David Leckie as Seven West Media CEO. Mr Leckie will take on a new role as executive director of media at Seven Group Holdings, which holds investments in ...|
|... had opened fairly flat as investors digested a profit warnings from JB Hi-Fi following a profit downgrade from Seven West Media earlier in the week. "It's hard to see the market breaking out in the face of a whole host of profit warnings and probably ...|
|... and Boeing, gained 18.72 (1.36 per cent) to 1,390.69. On the local bourse some media stocks were punished after Seven West Media's shock earnings downgrade left investors and analysts wondering where the next profit warning will come from. Seven West ...|
|... nine cents to $21.91 and Westpac gained slightly, up two cents, or 0.1 per cent, to $20.68. In equities news, Seven West Media released its first half accounts, revealing net profit for the first half of 2011/12 was $163 million, up from $50.1 million ...|
According to analysis from Openmarkets Group, on average Baby Boomers and Generation X are making money on meme stocks, while Millennials are losing money.
The chief executive of a soon-to-merge industry super fund has announced he will not seek a role within the merged fund.
Life insurer TAL launched three new offerings that aim to address fairness and sustainability of income protection products.
AMP Capital made two key appointments to its real estate team and infrastructure equity business.
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