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Australian sharemarket monthly review

Global sharemarkets were generally firmer in September although Australia fell slightly.

02.12.2013

Australia records its warmest spring after blazing September

The spring of 2013 has been Australia's warmest on record. Mean temperatures for the season were 1.57C above the 1961-1990 average, surpassing the previous record of 1.43C (set in 2006) by 0.14C.

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20.11.2011

In search of the best tech stock

Analysts say that the outlook for listed IT services companies is better than it has been for many years

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13.11.2011

Bull's-Eye - volatile biotech sector rewarding brave investors

One thing's for certain - the pharmaceutical & biotech industry group isn't for the faint-hearted.

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06.11.2011

Bull's-Eye - standout stocks in the telco sector

Any pullback in Telstra's share price can create buying opportunities for investors keen to get on board.

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30.10.2011

Bull's-Eye - search for the best media stocks

The consumer discretionary sector has been trending down for the past 5 years.

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25.06.2011

SECTOR SCAN: Technology Is The Future For Share Gains

IT companies are presenting investors with much more stable investment opportunities than in the past.

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19.06.2011

SECTOR SCAN: Why Some Biotechs Are Soaring

A sector renowned for its high-risk plays is delivering the rewards ? and some.

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13.06.2011

SECTOR SCAN: Stocks To Gain From Rising Crude Oil Demand

Oil and gas stocks are part of the energy sector which has rewarded investors with an annualised price return of 13.84 per cent in the past 12 months.

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05.06.2011

SECTOR SCAN: Hand Picked Consumer Discretionary Stocks For Long Term Value

Steven Hing, general manager of Zodiac Securities, has hand picked his best five stocks as considerations to buy from a consumer discretionary sector .

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22.05.2011

SECTOR SCAN: Biotechs Poised To Move Up On The Back Of Global Recovery

The biotechnology sector is high risk, but so are the rewards.

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week 23 November 2018
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    • ABS September overseas arrivals data | 9:00 AM
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    • ANZ Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence weekly survey | 9:00 AM
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    • DJSB Monthly skilled internet job vacancies data | 9:00 AM
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    • ABS Population projections data | 9:00 AM
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    • CBA November manufacturing and services index | 8:27 AM

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Australian household-debt level is horrific. As the Reserve Bank chart below shows, the debt-to-income ratio has risen almost continuously since the early 90s.

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  • RCLReadCloudPatersons
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  • KGNKogan.comPatersons
  • APAAPA GroupPatersons
  • QANQantasArgonaut
  • WESWesfarmersArgonaut
  • SBMSt BarbaraCMC Markets
  • BSLBlueScope SteelCMC Markets

Central Banks Rates

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  • FED0.50%
  • BOE0.25%
  • BOC0.50%
  • RBNZ2.00%
  • ECB0.00%
  • SNB-0.75%
  • BOJ-0.10%

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