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|... Sea oil prices dived after hitting 2015 highs. Oil and gas explorer Woodside fell 46 cents, or 1.3 per cent, to $34.60, Santos fell 21 cents, or 2.3 per cent, to $8.82, while Oil Search dropped 10 cents to $7.73.|
|... post half year results, Origin Energy, Paladin Energy, Drillsearch and Mirvac are due to release quarterly reports, while Santos holds its annual general meeting in Adelaide. In Australia, the market on Wednesday fell nearly two per cent, with a rapidly ...|
|... Fortescue was 1.5 cents lower at $1.855. Energy stocks fell as oil prices slid, with Woodside down 19 cents to $34.50 while Santos lost 17.5 cents to $7.705. Commonwealth Bank was 97 cents down at $90.81 after opening with gains. National Australian ...|
|... 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 revenue. Whitehaven Coal was up ...|
|... Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 6.84 points, or 0.04 per cent, to 18,105.77. Locally in equities news, gas producer Santos releases it first quarter production report and toll roads operator Macquarie Atlas hold its annual general meeting. In Australia ...|
|... 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 cents at $7.80. Lend Lease backtracked 17 cents to $17.02 despite the engineering construction group saying ...|
|... 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 at $39.83, ANZ lost 15 cents to $36.59, Commonwealth ...|
|... 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.|
|... pure-play energy stock, Woodside Petroleum, gave up all of Wednesday's gains and more, dropping 89 cents, or 2.5%, to $34.18, Santos fell 13 cents to $7.28 and Oil Search was one cent weaker at $7.63. BHP Billiton shed 30.5 cents to $30.435, Rio Tinto ...|
|... prices to $US53.98 a barrel in New York, the highest level for 2015 so far. Woodside Petroleum was up 69 cents at $35.06, Santos had put on 22.5 cents at $7.325 and Oil Search was 34.5 cents higher at $7.575. Three of the big banks were weaker, with ...|
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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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