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Market wrap
AAP  |  TUESDAY, 14 APR 2015
The Australian share market has opened lower in the wake of negative offshore leads and lingering disappointment over trade figures out of China. "Offshore leads weren't great. In combination with that, there's a little bit of negativity from the China ...
Market wrap
AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 25 MAR 2015
The Australian share market had inched slightly higher on light turnover. After almost hitting 6,000 points for the first time in seven years on Monday, stocks have retreated slightly with investors unwilling to push it up to that landmark. Trading ...
Market wrap
AAP  |  TUESDAY, 24 FEB 2015
The Australian share market is pushing higher after market heavyweight BHP Billiton increased its dividend and announced fresh cost cutting. On a busy day of corporate earnings reports, BHP Billiton had the healthiest market reaction, with shares up ...
Market wrap
AAP  |  MONDAY, 23 FEB 2015
The share market is higher as investors are buoyed by signs Greece's debt problems are set to be temporarily resolved. The positive influence of statements from Greek officials that alternative reform proposals will be drawn up ahead of an EU loan extension ...
Market Wrap PM
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 19 FEB 2015
The share market is lower as disappointing corporate earnings outweigh the positives of an extension of Greece's emergency funds. The market opened higher but fell into negative territory as financial results from companies including Coles owner Wesfarmers ...
Market wrap
AAP  |  FRIDAY, 30 JAN 2015
The share market continues to rise on anticipation of a rate cut by the Reserve Bank next week. A fall in the Australian dollar under 78 US cents was also good for companies with operations overseas, with the major banks and big resources companies ...
Market wrap
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 22 JAN 2015
The share market is higher as miners, energy producers and banks enjoy gains. Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton are higher after encouraging quarterly production reports earlier this week, while energy stocks benefitted from improvements in crude oil prices. ...
Cbus reveals executive pay
Industry superannuation fund Cbus has revealed the annual pay of its executives and directors in its 2014 annual report. The fund's highest paid executive was chief executive David Atkin, who received a total of $580,040 for the year. The second highest ...
Cbus shifts custody from NAB to JP Morgan
Industry super fund Cbus has confirmed that J. P. Morgan will be the fund's new custodian, after 20 years with National Australia Bank (NAB) Asset Servicing. J.P. Morgan will take over custody of Cbus' almost $25 billion funds under management in 2014. ...
Liquidnet appoints sales manager for Australia
Trading network Liquidnet has appointed a sales and relationship manager in Australia to manage the growing demand for the company's pool of liquidity to source and execute block trades As Liquidnet sales and relationship manager, Tristan Baldwin will ...
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