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Skamvougeras: 6 market insights for Livewire readers

Perpetual Equity Investment Company

Is Amazon a threat to Woolworths? Can active managers deliver value in large-cap shares? And where are the most defensive earnings on the ASX? Following our quarterly investor update, Perpetual's Head of Equities, Paul Skamvougeras, answered a range of questions from Livewire's editors on current market issues. Show More

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Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170818

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market recovered to finish a better than expected negative day after substantially weak lead from US market. Global markets were rattled by the terror attacks in Spain while US market was worried that Gary Cohn may follow the CEO walkout from US president’s leadership groups. Global economies are showing... Show More

Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170620

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market finished negative with Asian markets as the bank ratings downgrade hit home despite positive US markets. The best performing sectors were Retail, Information Technology and Materials while the worst performers were Gold, Property Trusts and Energy. AUDUSD fell below 76 cents on bank downgrade but weaker USD has... Show More

South 32, Telstra, Tatts Group and Star Entertainment Group - First Impressions from reporting

Bell Potter

South 32: Reported Net profit US$620m as compared to net loss US$1.75bn in pcp (which included impairment charges US$1.7bn) | Underlying EBITDA up 96% to US$1064m, EBITDA margin 36.7%. (Higher prices for the majority commodities offset lower volumes, giving rise to an increase in sales revenue of US$240m | Operating... Show More

Morgans "40 under 40" Podcast - Interview with John Corry, COO , Charitable Gaming : Tatts Group

Chris Titley

In the latest instalment of the 40 under 40 series, Morgans Adviser Chris Titley spoke with John Corry, Chief Operating Officer of Charitable Gaming at Tatts Group (ASX Code: TTS). John tells the story of how he left the stockbroking industry to start a successful charitable foundation called 50:50, and... Show More

Daily AGM Note, Thursday 27 October 2016

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First of the big AGM days today - second strike but no Board spill at Boom Logistics, and changing the profile of the shareholders register explains the difference in the remuneration report vote at Cardno today. Some other key AGMs also attracting dissent. Today I've attached the daily AGM note... Show More

GARY Glitter (Growth And Reasonable Yield)

Marcus Tuck

One theme we have explored in the past is the search for stocks that have a good combination of dividend yield and earnings growth, the so called GARY stocks (Growth And Reasonable Yield). We think that continues to be a sensible strategy and have screened the ASX 100 universe for... Show More

October 2016: The month ahead in AGMs

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Two notes this month to cover All the Majors from Amcor to JB Hi Fi https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/15908 and from Magellan Financial Group to Transurban https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/15905 So what are the 'interesting' resolutions this month? Take a look at Magellan Financial Group - termination benefits for Hamish Douglass, or the company loan to... Show More

Game-changers and disruptors

Pengana Capital

Much was written about the attraction of ‘disruption’ by investment analysts during 2015. How new technology is enabling smaller, smarter and nimbler start-ups to build disruptive business models by achieving the “magical trifecta” of better service to more customers at a lower cost. Investing in a ‘ten bagger’ by picking... Show More