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Market pauses for breath – World markets ease up – Our dollar drops – Confidence is a delicate flower – Labor market keeps on trucking – ‘Tis the season of...
Highlights – CBA still leads – Westpac battles for 2nd place with NAB, closely followed by ANZ. More on Australian stock market news and shares report.
Market Highlights: The market wins on Melbourne Cup Day? – Infrastructure king Cimic reigns supreme – NABworkmanlike result, but no gold star – WOW is the share market code for Woolworths,
Australian Stock Market Commentary and Stock Tips - Highlights: Stock market gathers momentum – world economies get the tick of approval from the International Monetary Fund – who’s crying over spilt milk?
Economic data aplenty, but a dearth of company news – so the market ponders lugubriously. But are banks back in town?
Big Mac gets upsized – Cimic (nee Leightion) scores another contract – QBE drops the boss, but sticks with the Swans – Tatts cozies up to the “Lucky Shop”.
Market Highlights: Results are out! – Reporting season gets a high pass – miners’ strike liquid gold – Vegemite and cheese, a delicious combo - airports flying high – while Flight Centre travels really well on the ground – Woolworths and the elusive WOW factor.
Highlights: 2017/18 kicks off with a goal – Kogan a retail online master – International Monetary Fund - a happy bunch of economists – Inflation, is it utopia, nirvana or just a mirage?
Market Highlights: Confidence – it’s Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde again – TABCORP opens the betting on the Federal Court decision – Can a Tesco boss do it for IGA supermarkets – Ankle biters at CSL heels – Baby formula Bellamy attacked by the China syndrome
Highlights: Market starts the year in 2nd gear – Avocados a smashing win for Costa Group – travel stocks still flying high – Has the Amazon tide turned? - Retailers say yes – Central Banks catch the rate rise bus – Building approvals head south.