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|... but Rio Tinto dropped 24 cents to $58.55 while iron ore player Fortescue was down three cents to $2.42. Coles owner Wesfarmers has shed 26 cents to $42.89 after its quarterly earnings results showed a slowdown in Coles' growth. Rival Woolworths was also ...|
|... cents to $35.27 and Westpac was 19 cents lower at $38.10. Woolworths had dropped seven cents to $28.19 and coles owner Wesfarmers was 17 cents weaker at $42.28.|
|... The supermarket giants were among the worst performers, with Woolworths down 99.5 cents at $29.715 and Coles owner Wesfarmers 25 cents weaker at $43.60.|
|... though Wesfarmers are also down on their results." Woolworths shares dived $2.88, or 8.5%, to $31.07, while Coles owner Wesfarmers was down $1.25, or 2.8 per cent, to $44.19. Mr Le Brun said the energy sector was also pulling back after world oil prices ...|
|... in annual profit, while Suncorp was down eight cents at $13.85 and IAG was 4.5 cents weaker at $5.955. Coles owner Wesfarmers was another drag on the market as it traded without its recently paid dividend, dropping 91.5 cents to $45.797. Woolworths was ...|
|... The market opened higher but fell into negative territory as financial results from companies including Coles owner Wesfarmers and iiNet missed expectations, and the energy sector slumped on lower oil prices. Quay Equities head of trading Tristan K'Nell ...|
|... disappointing quarterly sales on Monday. The supermarket giant dropped 81 cents, or 2.37 per cent, to $33.43, while Coles owner Wesfarmers gained five cents to $44.20. The major banks are all up. Westpac rose six cents to $34.61, ANZ added 10 cents to ...|
|... brave enough to respond positively to a good set of numbers." All sectors had made losses. Conglomerate and Coles owner Wesfarmers had dropped 93 cents, or 2.3 per cent, to $39.90 and Woolworths was 39 cents, or 1.2 per cent, lower at $33.34. Energy ...|
|... rising 3.5 cents to $8.955. The supermarket giants were lower, with Woolworths down 12 cents at $33.98 and Coles owner Wesfarmers 19 cents worse at $42.02.|
|... $31.81 and National Australia Bank was 25 cents weaker at $32.45. Woolworths was down 33 cents at $34.17 and Coles owner Wesfarmers had shed 30.5 cents to $42.435. The resources sector was also weaker, with BHP Billiton off 20 cents at $33.96, Rio Tinto ...|
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T. Rowe Price launched a high-conviction global impact equity fund that is certified by the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia.
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GAM Investments has added to its distribution team with a new hire for its wholesale business in Australia.
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Wages growth remains subdued ahead of this week's quarterly Consumer Price Index release, despite a tight labour market.
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Demand for residential property is expected to cool down this year despite the number of auction figures recorded in the final quarter of 2021.
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