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|... 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. Among the banks, Commonwealth Bank had climbed 53 ...|
|... 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 prices. Among the major banks, ANZ had fallen gained 27 cents to $31.78 ...|
|... portfolio over the half year was affected by the fall in the oil price and iron ore price and the impact on holdings in Santos, Oil Search, Senex Energy and BHP Billiton. The slowdown in activity in these sectors has also seen declines in ALS and Tox ...|
|... 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, Commonwealth Bank had climbed 25 cents ...|
|... $27.49, Rio Tinto had lifted 26 cents to $53.92, and 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 ...|
|... and Fortescue Metals slid six cents to $2.28. But energy stocks did better thanks to the overnight 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 ...|
|... sectors in the red and the oil sector is again the worst performer, 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 ...|
|... was always going to make things difficult for 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 ...|
|... 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 at $21.74 after it said it would sell ...|
|... at $29.37, Rio Tinto had shed 75 cents at $56.38, and Fortescue Metals 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 ...|
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An index fund beat out active fund managers in the latest RMetrics rankings, topping the list based on returns and risk-adjusted measures.
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The corporate regulator is providing more guidance to financial advisers to help them prepare for their upcoming ongoing fee obligations, due to take effect in less than two weeks.
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Industry superannuation fund Rest has hired AMP Capital's former head of global client services and enablement to lead its operations function.
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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has dropped enforcement action against Regal Funds Management following an investigation in 2019.
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