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|... US drivers like CSL and Cochlear. "I think it could be blowing through the 6,000 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 ...|
|... market - down more than one per cent 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 ...|
|... was four cents weaker at $1.97. The energy sector was stronger despite further weakness in oil prices, with Woodside Petroleum up 55 cents at $34.54, Santos 24 cents better off at $7.21, Oil Search gaining 10.5 cents to $7.695 and Origin Energy 28 cents ...|
|... in the lead up to that," he said. Mr Shamu said mining and energy stocks were among the weakest on Monday. Woodside Petroleum was down 71 cents, or two per cent, to $34.04 following another slide in oil prices, while Santos lost 11 cents to $7.00 and ...|
|... $29.85, Rio Tinto had lost 22 cents to $57.28 and iron or miner Fortescue Metals was 3.5 cents higher at $1.95. Woodside Petroleum had gained 21 cents to $35.00 and Santos was six cents higher to $7.24. Commonwealth Bank was down 12 cents at $91.70 ...|
|... Fortescue Metals 1.5 cents worse off at $1.935. Oil and gas explorer Santos was down 9.5 cents at $7.235 and Woodside Petroleum had dropped 29 cents to $34.12 while Oil Search was flat at $7.80. Telstra had gained 2.0 cents to $3.00. Mr Weston said Thursday's ...|
|... 1.13 per cent, at $57.89 and iron ore miner Fortescue Metals was down nine cents, or 4.46 per cent, at $1.93. Woodside Petroleum had dropped 16 cents to $34.73 but oil and gas explorer Santos was up three cents to $7.36. Among the big banks, Commonwealth ...|
|... Harding are slated to speak at the Global Iron Ore and Steel Forecast Conference in Perth. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum reversed 32 cents to $34.52 and Santos shed six cents to $7.49.|
|... had fallen 92 cents to $59.47, and Fortescue Metals had scraped off one cent to $2.14. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum lost 50 cents to $34.66. Santos retreated 26 cents to $7.58 as it struck a deal to supply natural gas to Alcoa of Australia ...|
|... said that, meanwhile, a rise in oil prices was "speaking directly" to the energy sector. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum jumped 10 cents to $35.20, Santos gained two cents to $7.95 and Oil Search was 12.5 cents higher at $8.20. The major banks ...|
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