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|... 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 ...|
|... selling its product at a loss, with the price of its iron ore below production costs. Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum had fallen $1.13 to $33.04, and Santos had lost 14 cents to $7.40. Among the major banks, ANZ had lifted 14 cents at $31.42 ...|
|... Fortescue Metals had firmed four cents to $2.31. Oil and gas producer Santos was up six cents at $7.42, but Woodside Petroleum had fallen 52 cents to $34.54. The oil market has tumbled after OPEC said it produced more oil in December than its target ...|
|... rise in oil prices. Santos gained 24 cents to $7.60 in early trade, while Oil Search lifted 16 cents to $7.35. Woodside Petroleum was up 9.5 cents to $35.65, despite announcing a 10 per cent slide in revenue during the December quarter. Among the big ...|
|... which is no surprise," he said. In the energy sector, Santos was down 17 cents to $7.12 in early trade while Woodside Petroleum had dropped 78 cents to $35.58 and Oil Search had fallen 24 cents to $7.06. BHP Billiton lost 48 cents to $28.03, Rio Tinto ...|
|... mining and energy stocks and that's exactly what we are seeing," he said. Santos was down 25 cents at $7.44 and Woodside Petroleum had dropped 42 cents to $36.63. BHP Billiton was down 51 cents at $28.65, Rio Tinto had fallen 68 cents to $58.72 and Fortescue ...|
|... Rio Tinto reversed 50 cents to $54.54, and Fortescue Metals dipped one cent to $2.46. Oil and gas supplier Woodside Petroleum was 27 cents higher at $34.46, and Santos was up 25 cents at $7.25. Construction giant Leighton Holdings was four cents richer ...|
|... was 11 cents lower at $2.55. Oil and gas producer Santos dropped 58 cents, or 6.99 per cent, to $7.72, and Woodside Petroleum reversed $1.04 to $34.35. Among the major banks, Westpac was up 15 cents at $33.50, but ANZ had dipped eight cents to $32.32 ...|
|... downgrade from Standard and Poor's. Santos shares were down 72 cents, or more than eight per cent, at $7.60. Woodside Petroleum had lost 87 cents at $34.52 and Oil Search had slumped 26 cents at $7.58. Global miner BHP Billiton was down 90 cents, or ...|
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Natixis Investment Managers hired an institutional sales director who spent nearly a decade at First Sentier Investors.
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The newly merged LGIAsuper and Energy Super have scrapped a weekly administration fee and will retain an annual fee as a result of scale benefits.
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Fidelity International launched a climate investing policy with a rating scheme in a bid to halve its carbon emissions by 2030.
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The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has recommended that the Australian Tax Office develop a Bill of Rights' for taxpayers.
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