ASX:BIN

BINGO INDUSTRIES LIMITED

Equities
Oscar Oberg

Since the equity market lows in December 2018, investors have chased offshore earnings to escape falling house prices, weak consumer and business sentiment, and uncertainty driven by the Federal election. The February 2019 reporting season highlighted this; economic bellwether companies Costa Group, Bingo Industries and Boral downgraded earnings before their results... Show More

Equities
Oscar Oberg

Investors’ desire for growth outside of the suffering Australian economy was a major theme to emerge in the February 2019 Reporting Season, particularly in the small-to-mid-cap segment of the market. Since around September 2018, economic data in Australia has weakened, largely due to the flow-on effect of falling house prices on... Show More

James Gerrish

The ASX200 started the day soft, briefly dipping below the 6100 mark just before midday with bank stocks being the biggest drag at the time. Buyers stepped up in the afternoon with 3 of the big 4 moving back into the black – Westpac (WBC) the laggard post Monday’s remediation... Show More

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The Australian economy is undoubtedly slowing, which was evident given the number of earnings downgrades and soft results witnessed in the most recent earnings season. And while bottom-up stock pickers try to identify those growth companies poised to rerate based on a catalyst, paying close attention to what is happening... Show More

Brad Potter

Interestingly this week we saw some new information coming out of China where they've stopped Australian imports of coal going into the Dalian port. We've known about the slowdown in processing of coal, particularly Australian coal in a number of other ports, so this new information was interesting and certainly... Show More

Equities
James Gerrish

The US market provided a good lead for stocks this morning and the market was strong early – up nearly ~60 points in the futures market before some sellers angled into the rally. Asian markets were higher as continued rumblings of an imminent trade deal bubbled away in the background... Show More

It seems like just weeks ago that February reporting season was wrapping up, but believe it or not, reporting season is upon us again. The Australian market has performed solidly in the period since, having gained 4.4% since the end of February. But this number hides the dichotomy that has... Show More

Romano Sala Tenna

Viva’s listing on the 13th of July was less than overwhelming, opening at $2.43 and closing the day at $2.40 - versus its issue price of $2.50. At $4.8bn, it was the largest IPO since Medibank, and the largest non-Government IPO in Australia’s history. And this would appear to be... Show More