What Mattered Today

James Gerrish
James Gerrish Market Matters / Shaw and Partners

Another day that saw buyers happy to bid up stocks fairly strongly in early trade before sellers took hold around midday – and the index drifted lower throughout the session – the mkt just seems to struggle massively above the 6000 level – seems to feel very strange trading above... Show More


CEO Insights from Ian Narev, John Borghetti and Nick Scali

NAOS Asset Management
NAOS Asset Management Listed Investment Companies (LICs) ASX: NCC, ASX: NAC, ASX: NSC

“It’s in their [The Telco’s] interest to just flick people to the low speed plans as the lower access charge makes a higher margin for them” Nicholas Demos, CEO, MyRepublic. Below are quotes from the week which in our view detail some of the most important and prominent industry trends... Show More

Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170808

Mathan Somasundaram
Mathan Somasundaram Blue Ocean Equities

Local market fell back into negative territory despite better commodity prices overnight. The local market has gone nowhere in the last 2 months…24 up days and 21 down days. US credit growth was weak and US credit card debt moved above pre GFC highs…patchy US consumer outlook gets another tick.... Show More

IOOF Full Year Result: IFL profit & funds under management trending in the right direction

CommSec Online Stockbroker

Financial investment firm IOOF Holdings Limited (IFL) posted a stronger than expected second half profit for the 2017 financial year. Underlying profit increased by 13% over the half, but over the full year it was down just over 1%. Show More

Sunset Strip > Australian Market Trading Day Wrap

Mathan Somasundaram
Mathan Somasundaram Blue Ocean Equities

Afternoon report and wrap on the days trading, the local market had a strong day led by the banks which were spurred on by comments from the US Fed Chair Show More

Daily AGM Note, Thursday 24 November 2016

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Kym Sheehan The Executive Remuneration Reporter

A fiery AGM day today - and at Jervois Mining shareholders didn't wait until next week's AGM to spill the Board. First strikes at Capitol Health, Carpentaria Exploration and RedHill Education. Second strike and Board Spill resolution passed at Ambertech; a second strike but no Board Spill at Cape Lambert... Show More

November 2016: Month ahead in AGMs

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Kym Sheehan The Executive Remuneration Reporter

You can find the main note at this link and from there you can reach the other notes. ASX Listing Rule 10.17 resolutions to increase the non-executive director fee pool are one theme to look out for. I explain these resolutions in this note and while many companies... Show More

IOOF Full Year Result - IFL manages to provide profit in line with guidance

CommSec Online Stockbroker

Wealth management services provider, IOOF (IFL), has reported full year underlying net profit after tax - which excludes one off or non- recurring items - of $173.4 million For more Reporting Season coverage, please visit Show More

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What to expect from reporting season

Stuart Jackson
Stuart Jackson Montgomery Investment Management

As we head into another reporting season, we have taken a quick look at recent trading updates from companies and what this might tell us about what to expect from results. The lead up to reporting season is often referred to as confession season. The confession season started earlier than... Show More

Daily AGM Note 26 November 2015 - no second strike at Australasian Wealth Investments, Primary Healthcare or Clancy Exploration but second strike at Redhill Education and Board Spill at Globe Metals and Mining

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Kym Sheehan The Executive Remuneration Reporter

Today features several All the Majors AGMs including Primary Healthcare (no second strike), Seek and Woolworths (all well supported on polls), as well as Bank of Queensland (all well supported on polls) and IOOF Holdings (all well supported on polls). Already today there has been a second strike but no... Show More

Week ahead in AGMs: 23-27 November 2015

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Kym Sheehan The Executive Remuneration Reporter

I release this wire last Friday but have updated it with a few more two strike AGMs. You'll find the note at this Show More

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Week ahead in AGMs: 23-27 November 2015

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Kym Sheehan The Executive Remuneration Reporter

Last of the big AGM weeks for the season and several AGMs with a contingent Board Spill resolution on the AGM agenda, including Harvey Norman Holdings and Primary Healthcare, plus a selection of smaller companies. Other AGMs of interest this week include Healthscope, Goodman Group, Qube Holdings, Bank of Queensland... Show More

IOOF Holdings (IFL) - A tidy FY15 result

Bell Potter
Bell Potter Stockbroker

IOOF divisions largely tracking as expected. The big news most are waiting for relates to the completed PWC independent report, which was due back on 14 August. The company has confirmed in relation to the PWC report that PWC has recommended some improvements such as: IFL will adopt the recommendations;... Show More

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Slater & Gordon joins the 10% club

Nicholas Forsyth
Nicholas Forsyth Market Matters

Over the last 5 trading days, 4 stocks in the ASX200 have dropped over 10% - Seek (SEK) -13.3%, Flight Centre (FLT) -21.8%, Slater & Gordon (SGH) -*17.9% and IOOF Holdings (IFL) -13.2%. Not surprisingly, almost 100% of questions the team at Market Matters have received this week have been... Show More


Global Markets Lower as Greece Deal "Up in the Air"... | FLT, SEK, IFL Lead Downgrades... Who Is Next? | JP Morgan Overweight SYD, Lifts Target |

Niv Dagan
Niv Dagan Peak Asset Management

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