|Bid||23.06 x 72300|
|Ask||23.07 x 23500|
|Day's Range||23.06 - 23.17|
|52 Week Range||19.88 - 23.20|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.48%|
Good news for those who love game meat. The Australian kangaroo population may be out of control, and there is only one solution: Eat more kangaroo. Since 2011, the kangaroo population soared from around ...
Though Trump's threat seems unrealistic, we have highlighted five ETFs that are expected to hurt most from Trump???s trade ban with North Korean partners.
Experts and diplomats are conceding Kim is a complete wild card, and we may be forced in the end to employ the military option.
Telstra (TLS.AU) is having a bad day, with shares in Australia's dominant telco falling 6% on Wednesday. Telstra announced a final dividend of 15.5 Australian cents at its full-year results earlier this month. Under the agreement with the government-backed nbn co, Telstra will receive AUD11 billion for its copper network and then receive ongoing payments until 2045 for access to its other infrastructure.
Australia's Origin Energy (ORG.AU) is up more than 4% in Wednesday trading despite revealing a full-year loss of AUD2.22 billion thanks to write-downs on its liquefied natural gas (LNG) assets. The company had warned investors last week of a AUD1.2 billion impairment charge on its Australia Pacific LNG joint venture and its Lattice energy gas business, which is up for sale. An increase in LNG production helped boost earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization by 49% to AUD2.53 billion.
Australian rail freight operator Aurizon Holdings (AZJ.AU) has unveiled its first loss since its 2010 IPO thanks to hefty impairment losses. Underlying earnings before interest and tax fell to AUD836 million from AUD871 million due to the impact of losses in its bulk and intermodal business and the fall out from Cyclone Debbie. Aurizon has two main business.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia CEO Ian Narev will retire from Australia's largest lender by the end of the current financial year amid claims the bank contravened anti-money laundering and terrorism financing laws. The Commonwealth Bank (CBA.AU) announced this morning that it had started the process of finding a replacement for Narev, who last week unveiled a AUD9.9 billion full-year profit amid public outrage at the bank's latest ethical stumble. The bank has suffered damage to its reputation from problems in its financial planning business and its insurance operations.
Commonwealth Bank (CBA.AU) has delivered a slightly better-than-expected full year profit, with the scandal-plagued lender also delivering shareholders a generous final dividend. Australia's largest lender has endured a horror week after it was accused of contravening anti-money laundering and terrorism financing laws, but the full year results show its core business is performing strongly. Net interest margin fell 3 basis points to 2.11%.
Commonwealth Bank (CBA.AU), Australia's largest lender, fell around 4% on Friday amid claims it breached anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws. The bank, with a market cap of AUD140 ...
Goldman Sachs has dumped Suncorp (SUN.AU) from its Australia and New Zealand buy list after a disappointing full year profit from the financial services group. Suncorp, which offers banking and insurance, reported a 3.6% year-on-year increase in net profit. It's banking and wealth net profit fell to $400 million from $418 million, its net interest margin (NIM) fell to 1.83% from 1.86%, and its cost-to-income ratio rose to 52.7% from 52.5%. Insurance profit rose 30% to $723 million.
This year, investors have been devoted to exchange-traded funds offering exposure to developed markets, excluding the U.S. Within this group of ETFs are offerings that allow investors to tap specific regions ...
China's inflation in June came in line with expectations. The country's debt woes have sparked concerns among Australians as well.
Despite its aggressive measures to tap growth, top line growth continues to be elusive for IBM. The company's 1Q17 results marked its 20th straight quarter without revenue growth.
Last week, IBM (IBM) opened a data center in Sydney, Australia, to meet increased demand for its Watson and Bluemix platforms.
Heading into Tuesday's trading session, the iShares MSCI Australia ETF (NYSE: EWA ) was up 7.1 percent year to date. That performance sounds solid, but when noting Australian stocks are more volatile than ...
Investors are embracing ex-U.S. developed market equities and the corresponding exchange-traded funds this year. While much of that affinity is directed at Europe ETFs and funds tracking broader developed ...
Australia forced to continue its 'do nothing' strategy on interest rates, as it battles rising house prices and subdued economic growth.