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|... cents. Gold miner Newcrest gained 21 cents to $13.99, oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum added 41 cents to $34.56 and Santos picked up 16 cents at $7.11. Troubled mining equipment and machinery maker Bradken added three cents, or 1.3%, to $2.32 ...|
|... the New York Mercantile Exchange, snapping a three-day losing streak. Woodside Petroleum was up three cents at $33.91 and Santos was 4.5 cents higher at $6.975. Meanwhile, QBE jumped 36 cents to $13.15 as the insurance giant announced it was considering ...|
|... and Fortescue Metals had lost 4.5 cents, or 2.3 per cent, to $1.915. Woodside Petroleum was down 63 cents at $33.89 and Santos was 20 cents weaker at $6.94. The big banks were all weaker. Commonwealth Bank lost 72 cents to $92.68, National Australia ...|
|... opportunity to do so," Ms Ordway said. In the oil and gas sector, Woodside Petroleum rose 38 cents, or 1.12 per cent, to $34.38, Santos added eight cents to $7.10 and Oil Search had found nine cents to $7.25. Caltex Australia was up 43 cents to $34.87 ...|
|... production," OptionsXpress market analyst Ben Le Brun said. By noon (AEDT) Woodside Petroleum had slipped $1.05, or 3%, to $33.99, Santos had lost 45 cents, or 6%, to $7.08 and Oil Search was 29 cents weaker, down 3.9%, at $7.25. Caltex Australia was ...|
|... crude oil jumped five per cent after bombing of Shi'ite rebels in Yemen. Woodside Petroleum had added 13 cents to $35.40, Santos had lifted nine cents to $7.64 and Oil Search gained three cents to $7.71. The big banks were all higher after a mixed start ...|
|... cents at $2.09 The energy sector was mixed, with Woodside Petroleum losing 22 cents to $34.88, but oil and gas explorer Santos lifting 12 cents to $7.46 and Oil Search adding eight cents to $7.68. Telstra was down 4.5 cents to $6.325.|
|... lost 27 cents to $57.94, while Fortescue Metals rose one cent to $1.99. Woodside Petroleum gained five cents to $35.58, Santos also rose five cents to $7.34 and explorer Oil Search added three cents to $7.75. Le Brun said the telcos were also starting ...|
|... point barrier very soon." Woodside Petroleum was down 44 cents at $34.87 and Oil Search was two cents lower at $7.55 while Santos had added three cents at $7.18. Among the miners, iron ore pure play Fortescue Metals had fallen 4.25 cents to $1.9475 ...|
|... in trading today," CMC Markets chief strategist Michael McCarthy said. Woodside Petroleum was down 19.5 cents at $34.40, Santos was 11 cents worse off at $7.07 and explorer Oil Search lost three cents to $7.62. Woolworths also dragged the market lower ...|
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The nation's wealth gap continues to widen as new research suggests Australia is among the richest in the world, rising up the ranks to record one of the largest gains in wealth in 2020.
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The Guardians of NZ Superannuation promoted a senior investment strategist to head of asset allocation.
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Citi has appointed a new head of research for Australia and New Zealand.
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Clients who claimed Commonwealth Bank financial advisers put them in expensive CMLA life insurance policies instead of cheaper alternatives have been asked to narrow their group definition.
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