05.10.2015 The benchmark index has posted solid gains after strong overseas cues, with big miners and banking stocks leading the way..
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05.10.2015 The dollar faced selling pressure against major currencies.
05.10.2015 Asian equity markets opened higher on Monday.
02.10.2015 Upcoming economic and financial market events.
05.10.2015 Figures for early 2015 point to more than 300,000 unemployed youth.
02.10.2015 The first part of Origin Energy's $2.5 billion capital raising is complete, with the remaining $1.2 billion to come from retail shareholders..
02.10.2015 New home sales have rebounded after a weak July, and housing construction is expected to remain at high levels..
28.09.2015 Strong pipeline of opportunities and plenty of operational momentum.
28.09.2015 Between that latest bull-market peak and early August 2015, gold fell 42.8% in a brutal secular bear market..
28.09.2015 For the second time this month the Aussie dollar has dropped below $0.70 against the US dollar..
28.09.2015 18 Share Tips to BUY, SELL & HOLD from Australia's leading brokers.
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28.09.201518 Share Tips - 28 September 2015
18 Share Tips to BUY, SELL & HOLD from Australia's leading brokers
28.09.2015Top 10 shorted stocks
Each week we feature the top 10 shorted stocks on the ASX
28.09.2015Gold, the most hated investment class
Between that latest bull-market peak and early August 2015, gold fell 42.8% in a brutal secular bear market.
28.09.2015Spotless cleans up on outsourcing trend
Strong pipeline of opportunities and plenty of operational momentum
15.06.2015Super fees vary wildly, and it will hurt your retirement income
In the six months since the Financial System Inquiry found Australia's A$16 billion superannuation industry needed to improve efficiency
24.08.2015The housing game
One of the few board games we played at home was Monopoly ? a training ground for adult life where property ownership was the mark of success and security.
28.09.2015Six Tourism and Leisure Stocks for the Falling Dollar
For the second time this month the Aussie dollar has dropped below $0.70 against the US dollar.
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