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|... at $38.31, Rio had lost $1.07 to $65.31 and Fortescue Metals was down 16 cents or, 3.25 per cent, at $4.76. Woodside Petroleum was down 45 cents at $42.07 ahead of a shareholder vote on a $US2.7 billion ($A2.92 billion) plan to buy back shares from Royal ...|
|... (PMI) for July is due out, as is the RP Data monthly house prices figures for June and July. In equities news, Woodside Petroleum holds its general meeting to vote on the buyback of shares from Royal Dutch Shell and Resmed is expected to post its financial ...|
|... BHP fell 36 cents to $38.64, Rio Tinto lost 12 cents to $65.95 and Fortescue dropped three cents to $4.93. Woodside Petroleum stocks lost 52 cents to $42.36 as the company looks like it may not garner enough support for its planned $US2.7 billion buyback ...|
|... stocks were also higher. Rio Tinto gained 47 cents to $64.60, Fortescue Metals was up 2.5 cents to $4.64 and Woodside Petroleum jumped 35 cents to $42.21. CMC chief market strategist Michael McCarthy hoped the early gains would continue through to the ...|
|... Fortescue lifting 15 cents to $4.73, Rio Tinto climbing $1.15 to $65.09 and BHP rising 61 cents to $38.86. Woodside Petroleum gained 41 cents to $42.03 after reporting a double-digit rise in sector quarter production levels and sales. Mount Gibson Iron ...|
|... news, there is a Federal Court hearing regarding David Jones' takeover by SA's Woolworths Holdings, Santos and Woodside Petroleum are expected to post quarterly reports, while AACo and SP Ausnet have annual general meetings. In Australia, on Wednesday ...|
|... Tuesday, with Fortescue Metals down 11 cents to $4.44 per share, BHP Billiton dropping 12 cents to $37.65 and Woodside Petroleum losing 44 cents to $41.58. Gold miner Newcrest was 23 cents lower at $10.62 but Rio Tinto was up nine cents at $62.37. Among ...|
|... mostly higher on Monday, with BHP Billiton up 10 cents to $37.67 while Rio Tinto was up seven cents to $62.67, Woodside Petroleum gained 17 cents to $41.98 and Fortescue Metals lost 1.5 cents to $4.66. Among the banks, ANZ added 12 cents to $33.90 and ...|
|... Tinto had gained 17 cents to $60.07 and BHP had added two cents to $36.66. Santos was up 25 cents at $14.26 but Woodside Petroleum was 23 cents worse at $41.36.|
|... ore miner Fortescue Metals was down eight cents to $3.98. Meanwhile, Australia's largest oil and gas company Woodside Petroleum has placed its shares in a trading halt after its biggest shareholder, Royal Dutch Shell, announced it will sell the majority ...|
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.
The federal minister for women has awarded the Financial Planning Association of Australia a mandate to deliver $1.5 million worth of scholarships.
An ASX-listed financial services firm will acquire Sentry Group for $7 million and add 155 authorised representatives to its books.
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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