NEC.AX - Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited

ASX - ASX Delayed Price. Currency in AUD
1.7620
+0.0120 (+0.69%)
At close: 3:55PM AEDT
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Previous Close1.7500
Open1.7650
Bid1.7600 x 0
Ask1.7650 x 0
Day's Range1.7500 - 1.7900
52 Week Range1.4550 - 2.1100
Volume5,375,912
Avg. Volume5,369,163
Market Cap3.005B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.48
PE Ratio (TTM)10.13
EPS (TTM)0.1740
Earnings DateFeb 27, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield0.10 (5.35%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep 26, 2019
1y Target Est2.29
  • Read This Before Buying Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited (ASX:NEC) For Its Dividend
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    Australia boosts emergency funding for bushfire-affected businesses

    Australia on Monday boosted emergency grants and loans for small businesses hit by bushfires that have ravaged the country during the peak tourist season, as firefighters used cooler weather to prepare for a return of hazardous fire conditions. Several days of rain and a dip in temperature have reduced the number of active fires across the country's densely populated southeast and given authorities an opportunity to focus on the recovery effort. The federal government said it would increase grants for small businesses affected by the fires to A$50,000 ($34,400) each, from A$15,000 announced earlier, and offer loans up to A$500,000, interest-free for two years.

  • Does Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited's (ASX:NEC) CEO Salary Compare Well With Others?
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    UPDATE 2-Australian newspapers redact front pages to protest media curbs

    Australia's biggest newspapers ran front pages on Monday made up to appear heavily redacted, in a protest against legislation that restricts press freedoms, a rare show of unity by the usually partisan media industry. Australia has no constitutional safeguards for free speech, although the government added a provision to protect whistleblowers when it strengthened counter-espionage laws in 2018.

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    Australian newspapers unite in protest against media restrictions

    Australia's biggest newspapers were expected to run front pages on Monday made up to appear heavily redacted to protest against recent legislation that restricts press freedoms, a rare show of unity by the usually tribal media industry. Mastheads from the domestic unit of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, Australian Financial Review publisher Nine Entertainment and the website of the government-funded Australian Broadcasting Corp. (ABC) were expected to show current news stories with most of the words blacked out. The protest was designed to put public pressure on the government to exempt journalists from laws restricting access to sensitive information, enact a properly functioning freedom of information system, and raise the benchmark for defamation lawsuits.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of NEC.AX earnings conference call or presentation 21-Aug-19 11:30pm GMT

    Full Year 2019 Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd Earnings Call

  • Australia's Nine Entertainment offers to buy rest of Macquarie Media
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    Australia's Nine Entertainment offers to buy rest of Macquarie Media

    The deal makes Nine Entertainment Australia's first media company with outright ownership in free-to-air television, print and radio assets since the government relaxed ownership rules in 2017. Nine said it unit Fairfax Media would make an all-cash offer of A$1.46 for each Macquarie Media share, a discount of 16.3% to Macquarie's last closing price on August 2. In a separate statement, directors of Macquarie said they recommended Nine's offer to shareholders, in the absence of a superior proposal.

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    Australian media giants demand an end to curbs on press freedom

    Australia's national broadcaster and two biggest newspaper publishers called on the government on Wednesday to protect press freedom, declaring media laws outdated, inconsistent and used by the powerful to keep embarrassing information secret. The state-funded Australian Broadcasting Corp (ABC), News Corp's Australian arm, and broadcaster and newspaper publisher Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd made the demand after a series of police raids, adverse court rulings and criminal prosecutions of journalists. The rare show of unity by Australia's usually tribal media industry underscored concern about a lack of legal protection for journalists.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of NEC.AX earnings conference call or presentation 20-Feb-19 10:30pm GMT

    Half Year 2019 Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd Earnings Call

  • Reuters

    Australian prosecutors seek jail for media over Pell trial coverage

    Australian prosecutors are seeking jail and fines for dozens of journalists and media outlets for alleged contempt of court over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's child sex abuse trial last year, a court summons showed on Tuesday. The Director of Public Prosecutions in Victoria has asked the state's Supreme Court to send journalists to jail or impose fines for breaching a suppression order on coverage of the trial, aiding and abetting overseas media's contempt of court, and "scandalising the court".