02h02 Woodside Petroleum Ltd said on
Thursday its second-quarter revenue jumped 20 percent, helped by
the ramp-up of production at the Wheatstone liquefied natural
gas (LNG) project and higher oil prices.. . .
01h24 Australian miner South32 Ltd
beat its coking coal output guidance for fiscal 2018 on
Thursday, boosted by better than expected production at its
Illawarra project even as fourth-quarter output dipped 24
percent.. . .
18/07 Australia's economy appears to
be gathering momentum this year as population growth fuels a
boom in public investment, though high debt levels at home and
trade tensions abroad loom as ever-greater threats.. . .
18/07 Australian shares are expected to snap
two sessions of losses and open higher on Wednesday, tracking
Wall Street gains, with healthcare stocks set to benefit from
weakness in the Aussie dollar.. . .
17/07 Australian shares are seen opening lower
on Tuesday, tracking global equities, following a slowdown in
Chinese economic growth in the second quarter, with energy
stocks expected to drag the Aussie index on weak oil. . .
16/07 Australian shares fell nearly half a
percent on Monday, led by losses in healthcare stocks, while
soft weekend property auction results undermined banks, whose
business model relies heavily on home loans.. . .
16/07 Australian shares are expected to open
marginally lower on Monday, as investors look forward to a busy
week ahead with mining and energy companies set to announce
their quarterly production figures this week.. . .
13/07 Seven years on from Japan's
Fukushima nuclear disaster, the beaten down uranium sector is
attracting interest as analysts and investors see signs its time
in the wilderness may drawing to an end.. . .
13/07 China's coal imports in June
rose 18 percent from a year ago to 25.47 million tonnes,
according to customs data on Friday, as utilities went on a
buying spree to shore up electricity generation.. . .
13/07 Australian shares are set to rise on
Friday, backed by robust commodity prices as well as a
technology-led rally on Wall Street, with investors looking past
recent trade war concerns to earnings optimism in. . .
12/07 Australian shares look to start lower on
Thursday, mirroring turmoil in global equity markets spurred by
prospects of a Sino-U.S. trade war.
Australian commodity stocks might bear the brunt of. . .
11/07 Escalating trade tensions knocked
Australian shares on Wednesday, as Washington's threat to impose
tariffs on a further $200 billion of Chinese imports rang alarm
bells across financial markets.. . .
11/07 Australia's banking watchdog on
Wednesday said its intense crackdown on risky mortgage lending
was largely complete, as higher lending rates were also helping
cool the country's housing market.. . .
11/07 Australian shares stepped back on
Wednesday as financial markets were jolted by escalating trade
tensions after Washington said it would impose tariffs on a
further $200 billion of Chinese imports.. . .
10/07 Indonesia's Sarana Multi
Infrastruktur (SMI), a state-owned infrastructure financing
firm, said on Tuesday it had issued a combined 1.5 trillion
rupiah ($104.6 million) via green bonds and sukuk, tapping into
environmentally-minded investors.. . .
09/07 An Australian regulator said
on Monday it had found some safety problems on the offshore gas
platform for Japanese firm Inpex Corp's Ichthys LNG
project off northern Australia and was considering enforcement
action.. . .
09/07 Miner Yancoal Australia said on
Monday that production at the Austar coking coal mine in New
South Wales state would be halted until it resolves a dispute
with the state regulator over a resumption. . .
09/07 Australian shares are poised to open
higher on Monday, tracking Friday's gains on Wall Street after
strong jobs data which offset a brewing U.S.-China trade
China retaliated to the U.S.. . .
06/07 Australia and New Zealand Banking
Group has behaved inappropriately when dealing with a
number of indigenous clients, a powerful misconduct inquiry into
the country's financial sector heard on Friday.. . .
06/07 Australian shares ended higher on Friday,
led by gains in the financial sector and a stronger overnight
lead from Wall Street, while the U.S.'s imposition of tariffs on
Chinese goods appeared to have no. . .
06/07 Commonwealth Bank of Australia
and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group
have halted sales of complex pension products without proper
advice to banking customers at their branches after regulatory
action, the regulator said.. . .
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