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Australian Results Season: Resurrection or Crucifixion?

Marcus Padley

Here is the ASX 200 results calendar - the results season is still a couple of weeks away. As usual, it is a best endeavours calendar, some companies simply don’t set a reliable date. The big companies generally do. Show More

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Australia’s infrastructure boom is coming

Patrick Poke

As the housing construction boom comes to an end, the obvious question for investors is ‘where next?’ One potential opportunity lies in transport infrastructure construction, which is poised to double over the next few years. Between roads and rail, annual spend is expected to increase to $16B by 2020. Show More

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Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170525

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market flip flopped to finish in the positive mainly due to Resources. Market likely to remain volatile in the short term with macro risks while medium to long term view remains positive. The best performers were Miners, Energy and Utilities while IT, Staples and Health Care were the worst... Show More

Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170228

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market ran into more profit taking ahead of the State of Union address by the US president and the US GDP update on the last day of the month as well as the last substantial reporting season date. Miners and ET related selling in Gold equities drove the market... Show More

Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170227

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market ran into more profit taking on US fiscal uncertainties, upcoming US Fed / Chinese NPC meetings, Euro elections and Brexit worries on stretched global market valuations. Consumer Discretionary, IT and Health Care tried to keep the market higher while Resources and Financials weighed it down today. Energy sector... Show More

Sunset Strip > Australian Market Trading Day Wrap

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market bounced off the lows from the morning selloff to halve the losses. Result update selloff in BXB and WOR drove industrials and energy sector as the worst performers on a day the market lacked any sentiment. CSV delivered another downgrade and it keeps the IT sector in higher... Show More

A sector that stands out in terms of uncertainty

Livewire Exclusive

With reporting season picking up pace, Livewire interviewed Rudi Filapek-Vandyck, Editor of FN Arena. Rudi has kindly allowed Livewire to publish his ‘Reporting Season Monitor’ for Livewire readers each week, and ahead of this, we interviewed him to get his thoughts of how this season might unfold. He makes the... Show More

Mining dominates ASX200 leader board

Alex Cowie

Mining, and mining related companies, completely dominate the list of the best performing ASX200 stocks over the last twelve months (Click below for table). And with US rates surging again on last night’s Fed decision, the push to value continues. In last week’s Buy Hold Sell, we hosted Value investing... Show More

WorleyParsons well positioned to benefit from oil price recovery

Robert Frost

Many investors would be surprised to hear that the once mighty WorleyParsons (ASX:WOR) has fallen back into the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Index following the global oil price rout that hit WOR’s earnings hard and left the balance sheet over geared. Nevertheless, extensive due diligence has convinced us that management is... Show More

Week ahead in AGMs: 26-30 October 2015

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Week 3 of the AGM season and a few companies have the conditional Board Spill resolution (explained in this https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/9306 ) on the agenda (first strike at the 2014 AGM), including McMillan Shakespeare, Newcrest Mining, UGL, Mortgage Choice, Codan Limited, Samson Oil & Gas. You can find the note at... Show More