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| Toro Energy Limited (ASX:TOE) Toro Energy Secures A$12 million Funding|
NOV 1, 2012 09:34 - Article Views: 889
Toro Energy Limited (ASX:TOE) is pleased to announce that it has received and executed a committed letter of offer for an A$12 million convertible debt facility from Macquarie Bank Limited.
| Linc Energy Limited (ASX:LNC) Announces Board Changes |
SEP 24, 2010 09:01 - Article Views: 2,696
Linc Energy Limited (ASX:LNC) (PINK:LNCGY) today announces that Mr Brian Johnson has advised the Board that he intends to stand down as Chairman and resign from the Board at the Annual General Meeting in November this year.
| Australian Market Report of July 30, 2010|
JULY 30, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 4,240
The Australian sharemarket has opened lower on Friday, led by financials, energy and material sector. Overnight US market ended the choppy session with a loss, as investors seesawed between the disappointing revenue from utilities and consumer companies and a batch of strong earnings reports.
| Bow Energy Limited (ASX:BOW) Appoints Mr Peter Harbison As Chief Financial Officer|
JUNE 15, 2010 11:38 - Article Views: 4,755
Bow Energy Limited (ASX:BOW) (PINK:BOWYF) is pleased to announce that it has appointed Mr Peter Harbison to the position of Chief Financial Officer.
| Australian Market Report of June 9, 2010: China Armco (AMEX:CNAM) Makes Strategic Investment in Apollo Minerals (ASX:AON)|
JUNE 9, 2010 14:30 - Article Views: 4,734
The Australian share market opened slightly lower on Wednesday with weakness in financial stocks. Wall Street has provided a flat lead to the local market. Mining stocks were mixed while commodities prices were firmer. Gold miners gained after gold price hit a record high overnight in London and New York.
| Australian Market Report of April 30, 2010: US Earnings Reports Sparkle|
APR 30, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 5,397
Friday Asian markets broadly rebounded after Wall Street gained on a string of positive earnings reports. The Australian share market rose 0.5 per cent in early trade with material and financial stocks firmer. Today the Reserve Bank of Australia publishes financial aggregates data for March. The Housing Industry Association releases new home sales report for March.
| Australian Market Report of April 14, 2010: Back to Above 5000 Points Level|
APR 14, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 7,642
The Australian market rebounded to above 5000 points today after Wall Street gained on hope of upbeat US corporate earnings. On Wednesday, investors would look to consumer sentiment data from Wespac and Melbourne Institute. The local market fell back to below the 5000 points level on a weaker performance in Asian markets. Today Asian shares were mostly higher following the positive lead from Wall Street.
| Asian Markets Overview of February 16|
FEB 16, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 5,988
Asian shares declined in thin trade on Monday. Tokyo stocks fell on the pre-weekend fall on Wall Street and monetary tightening in China, despite a slightly better than expected gross domestic product figure in fourth quarter was released yesterday. Australian stocks Monday was also lower, weighed down by some disappointing earnings reports. There is no lead from Wall Street and major Asian markets including Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore are still in holiday break on Tuesday.
| Australian Market Report of February 15: Clawed Out a Weekly Gain|
FEB 15, 2010 11:31 - Article Views: 5,389
The Australian sharemarket eased some early gains and closed slightly higher on Friday. This was the first weekly gain in five weeks while the global markets had been shadowed by China's monetary tightening, worries on US economic recovery stability and sovereign debt issue in Euro zone.
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