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|Headquarters||75 Talavera Road|
|MACQUARIE PARK NSW 2113|
|Telephone||(02) 8874 6000|
|Fax||(02) 8874 6068|
Key Developments: Goodman Fielder Limited.
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| Australian Market Report of February 19: Earnings Results Mixed|
FEB 19, 2010 09:30 - Article Views: 6,394
The Australian sharemarket fell on Thursday as investors digested some mixed earnings results. Investors also managed to take profit for the market after two days gains. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index lost 13 points, or 0.28 per cent, to 4654.9, while the broader All Ordinaries index gave up 12.9 points, or 0.28 per cent to 4673.9.
| Australian Market Report of November 19: Looking For Renewed Direction|
NOV 19, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 6,007
Wall Street broke its winning streak and closed lower overnight after a disappointing report showed US housing starts fell 10.6 per cent in October and permits fell 4.0 per cent. The tumble suggested that the real estate sector is still under pressure.
| Australian Market Report of October 2: Investors Lose Nerve|
OCT 2, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 9,720
Overnight the Dow index and S&P's 500 index posted their biggest falls in three months as the worse-than-expected manufacturing activity data in September and new jobless claims led to a broad sell-off. These figures overshadowed improvements in pending home sales, personal spending and construction spending, and dampened investors confidence on the economy recovery.
| Australian Market Report of August 26: More Positive Catalysts|
AUG 26, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 10,733
Overnight Wall Street was up on economic data, positive earnings and the nomination of Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke to serve a second term. The Conference Board's August index of consumer confidence rose for a second month, exceeding economists' forecast.
| Australian Market Report of June 25: Imminent Recovery Unlikely|
JUNE 25, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 10,288
The Australian shares Wednesday closed slightly higher ahead of the US Federal Reserve's monetary outlook meeting. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index gained 10.1 points, or 0.27 per cent, at 3807 points, while the broader-based All Ordinaries index rose 9.2 points, or 0.24 per cent, to 3802.2 points.
| Australian Market Report of May 7: Eyes on Stress Test of the US Banks|
MAY 7, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 9,550
Yesterday Australian shares closed lower on concern about the health of US banks. The benchmark the S&P/ASX200 index fell 0.6%, or 23.3 points, at 3867.1, while the broader All Ordinaries index was down 0.6%, or 22.1 points, at 3840.1.
| Australian Market Report of March 20: Investors Digested Recent Rallies|
MAR 20, 2009 13:15 - Article Views: 7,771
Yesterday Australian shares closed 1% higher as most sectors surged. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index rose 33.9 points, at 3480.2 while the All Ordinaries index was up 0.9%, or 30.60 points, at 3416.8. The local mining and energy sectors could be buoyed by the rising gold and oil prices today despite the negative lead from the US.
| Australian Market Report of March 5: Good Leads from China and the US|
MAR 5, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 7,550
Yesterday the Australia market stayed on the red for the third consecutive day. Both the Aussie dollar and the S&P 200 Index fell lower on the news of the latest GDP figures. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index ended down 1.6%, or 52.8 points, at 3166.4, while the All Ordinaries index loses 1.4%, or 45.5 points, at 3125.9.
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