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|... at Deutsche Bank, ANZ and HSBC. Currently she is a director at Cochlear Limited, Insurance Australia Group Limited and Santos Limited. This news follows Dominic Stevens' appointment to the board in December 2013 and Damian Roche's in August 2014, as ...|
|... three cents to $36.94. But Westpac had lifted 24 cents to $36.68. Oil and gas producer Woodside was up 51 cents at $35.77, Santos had gained seven cents to $8.16, and Oil Search had found six cents at $8.29. In the resources sector, global miner BHP ...|
|... $31.24, Rio Tinto had dipped 82 cents to $59.91 and 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 ...|
|... cent, to $32.065, Rio Tinto was up $1.90 at $60.48 and Fortescue Metals was 23 cents higher 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. ...|
|... 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 mining giant BHP Billiton jumped 73 cents to ...|
|... performers, with explorer Oil Search up 21.5 cents, or 2.8 per cent, to $7.985, Woodside rising 39 cents to $34.67 and Santos up 15 cents to $8.03. Australia's biggest listed gold miner Newcrest was up 33.5 cents, or 2.5 per cent, to $13.895. The banks ...|
|... had gained two cents to $13.72 after lifting its full year production guidance. The energy sector was also higher, with Santos up 5.5 cents at $7.785, Woodside up 15 cents at $33.89 and Oil Search eight cents firmer at $7.78.|
|... again," he said. BHP Billiton was down 44 cents at $28.94 and Rio had dropped 48 cents to $56.38. In the energy sector, Santos had fallen 14 cents to $7.66, Woodside had lost 14 cents to $34.26 and Oil Search was 23 cents weaker at $7.70. Among the banks ...|
|... response to falling iron ore prices, a move that will deliver a $1.3 billion hit to its bottom line. Oil and gas producer Santos had surged 41 cents, or 5.5 per cent, to $7.83 after lifting sales revenue and production during the December quarter, despite ...|
|... 23.1 points, or 0.43 per cent, at 5,390.5. Locally, on Friday, Resmed will release its second quarter results, and the Santos fourth quarter production report is due out.|
Franklin Templeton Investments is winding up its retail Australian Equity Fund, as asset growth lags.
Financial advisers' appetite for exchange-traded funds has more than doubled since the global pandemic hit as new trading data shows that index funds are providing better means of diversification.
The Association of Financial Advisers has slammed the Labor Party's attack on financial advisers, which paints the profession as dodgy and continues to rip-off consumers.
The industry superannuation fund has hired from Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund as it continues its hiring spree for the internal investment team.
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