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Wednesday 30

July, 2014 3:00 PM

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Stocks to watch at noon on Wednesday

30.07.2014 Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange at noon on Wednesday.

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$A almost level ahead of key US data

30.07.2014 The Australian dollar is in a tight range just below 94 US cents as traders wait for the release of key US economic data..

Tabcorp buys ACT gaming business

30.07.2014 Tabcorp will buy the ACT government's gaming busness ACTTAB for $105.5 million, subject to ACCC approval..


Housing sector gaining strength

29.07.2014 New home sales were up 1.2 per cent in June, seasonally adjusted, and were up two per cent in the June quarter, Housing Industry Association data show..

Consumers get their groove back

29.07.2014 Consumer and business confidence levels are improving, with people shaking off their budget woes and company startups on the rise. .


Beach Energy flags lower production

29.07.2014 Beach Energy's shares are under pressure after the energy company warned of a fall in production next year. .

Mining optimism plummets with closures

29.07.2014 Optimism plummets amid predictions of more coal mine closures and more redundancies following already heavy job cuts amid weaker commodity prices..


Are These Ice-Cold Stocks Likely to Get Hot?

28.07.2014 Most investors are well aware of the risk of value traps with stocks like these. .

The one stock that keeps shining

28.07.2014 Law firm demands spot on portfolio watch-lists..


Two education stocks to watch

28.07.2014 Intueri and Vocation making their mark in attractive education industry..

18 Share Tips - 28 July 2014

28.07.2014 18 Share Tips to BUY, SELL & HOLD from Australia's leading brokers.



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