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|... fell sharply overnight. West Texas Intermediate for April dived $2.82 to close Thursday at $48.17 a barrel. Woodside Petroleum was down 21 cents to $34.69, Oil Search fell six cents to $8.12 and Santos was two cents lower at $7.93. BHP Billiton was down ...|
|... Commonwealth Bank fell 28 cents to $90.59. Energy stocks were mixed despite a rise in crude oil prices, with Woodside Petroleum down 5.5 cents to $34.855, Oil Search fell five cents to $8.15 but Santos rose eight cents to $7.97. Qantas added 16 cents ...|
|... up five cents to $32.60, Rio Tinto lifted 40 cents to $63.90 and Fortescue Metals lost seven cents to $2.48. Woodside Petroleum rose 82 cents to $35.73 after lifting its full year profit by 38 per cent and re-affirming production targets for 2015. Overall ...|
|... Reject Shop half year results and Carsales.com are among the companies expected to post half year results, while Woodside Petroleum is slated to release full year results. In Australia, the market on Tuesday was driven lower by a disappointing trading ...|
|... cent, to $2.49. But the energy sector had benefited from a recovery in crude oil prices for a second day, with Woodside Petroleum up 33 cents at $35.82, Oil Search rising one cent to $8.29 and Santos up two cents to $8.12. Among the major banks, Commonwealth ...|
|... Fortescue Metals was nine cents weaker at $2.49. In the energy sector, Santos was down 26 cents at $8.10, while Woodside Petroleum had fallen 86 cents to $35.00. Qantas was one of the better performers, up 9.5 cents at $2.475, and Telstra was up three ...|
|... at $2.60. In the energy sector, Santos had gained 32 cents at $8.53, Oil Search was up 10 cents at $8.43 and Woodside Petroleum was 34 cents higher at $36.03. Among the banks, Commonwealth Bank had gained 51 cents at $90.91, National Australia Bank had ...|
|... levels," he said. Energy stocks were among the best performers after strong gains in crude oil prices overnight. Woodside Petroleum was 72 cents higher at $35.37, while Santos rose 28 cents to $8.28 and Oil Search gained 32 cents to $8.30. Diversified ...|
|... cent, to $56.36, while iron ore producer Fortescue Metals was down five cents at $2.27. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum was up $1.255, or 3.9 per cent, at $33.855, Santos had gained 18 cents to $7.51 and Oil Search was 21 cents higher at $7.51. ...|
|... cent, to $55.38. Iron ore player Fortescue Metals was flat at $2.33. The oil and gas sector was mixed with Woodside Petroleum up 22 cents to $32.48 while Oil Search lost eight cents to $7.41 and Santos dropped two cents to $7.37 following a fall in oil ...|
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The $850 billion asset consultant has appointed a co-head of the not-for-profit client sector, nabbing Mercer's Pacific client segment leader for endowments and foundations.
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The federal minister for women has awarded the Financial Planning Association of Australia a mandate to deliver $1.5 million worth of scholarships.
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An ASX-listed financial services firm will acquire Sentry Group for $7 million and add 155 authorised representatives to its books.
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Leaders in the financial services industry have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday 2021 Honours list, with a number from the superannuation sector represented.
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