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|... $1.895. Energy stocks were down after oil price falls overnight, also a fallout of 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.|
|... $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 23 cents weaker at $35.88, but Santos put on seven cents at $8.15. Food manufacturer Patties Foods lifted one cent ...|
|... Tinto had gained 72 cents to $57.62 and 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 ...|
|... underlying growth after a $1.5 billion currency loss was taken into account. However, companies such as Amcor, Woodside Petroleum, BHP and Transurban raised dividends enough in Australian dollar terms to deliver increases in US dollar terms, as well ...|
|... early in the session on some gains in 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 ...|
|... and Fortescue Metals had slipped 8.5 cents to $1.87. Energy stocks were boosted by higher oil prices, with Woodside Petroleum up 21 cents at $35.69, while Santos had gained seven cents to $8.00 despite suffering a 24 per cent plunge in quarterly sales ...|
|... equities news, Fortescue Metals, Iluka Resources and Whitehaven Coal release quarter production reports, while Woodside Petroleum and Rio Tinto have annual general meetings. In Australia, the market on Wednesday closed lower with weaker banking stocks ...|
|... takeover bid. The energy sector rose following a rise in crude oil prices for the fourth straight session. Woodside Petroleum lifted 35 cents to $35.60 despite its sales revenue declining by 20% to $1.4 billion in the March quarter. Santos was up 11 ...|
|... rosters for its iron ore mine workers in its latest response to plunging iron ore prices. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum was off 23 cents at $34.74, and Santos gained eight cents to $7.72. Among the major banks, Westpac had gained six cents ...|
|... more large energy mergers following Royal Dutch Shell's takeover of BG Group. Locally, oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum had added 57 cents at $34.70 and Santos had gained 14 cents to $7.51.|
Natixis Investment Managers hired an institutional sales director who spent nearly a decade at First Sentier Investors.
The newly merged LGIAsuper and Energy Super have scrapped a weekly administration fee and will retain an annual fee as a result of scale benefits.
Fidelity International launched a climate investing policy with a rating scheme in a bid to halve its carbon emissions by 2030.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has recommended that the Australian Tax Office develop a Bill of Rights' for taxpayers.
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