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Syndicate swoops on Hawthorn office

2017-11-14 theage.com.au
A syndicate has snapped up aged care provider Benetas' head office in East Hawthorn, paying $24.65 million on a 5.5 per cent yield.

Syndicate swoops on Hawthorn office

2017-11-14 smh.com.au
A syndicate has snapped up aged care provider Benetas' head office in East Hawthorn, paying $24.65 million on a 5.5 per cent yield.

Shares extend rally to two weeks, closing above 5900

2017-10-20 theage.com.au
Australian shares clinched a two-week rally with another advance on Friday, with the benchmark top 200 index closing over the final session above 5900 for the first time since May. (5-0)

Shares extend rally to two weeks, closing above 5900

2017-10-20 smh.com.au
Australian shares clinched a two-week rally with another advance on Friday, with the benchmark top 200 index closing over the final session above 5900 for the first time since May. (5-0)

Markets Live: All Ords hits heights

2017-10-20 theage.com.au
Shares stumbled early only to push higher through the session as the mining rally resumes, putting the All Ordinaries index on track to its highest close since the GFC. (48-0)

Markets Live: All Ords hits heights

2017-10-20 smh.com.au
Shares stumbled early only to push higher through the session as the mining rally resumes, putting the All Ordinaries index on track to its highest close since the GFC. (48-0)

Suburban office demand intensifies

2017-09-19 theage.com.au
Peak Equities has snapped up the Camberwell Junction headquarters of Australian Pharmaceutical Industries, paying $27.5 million for the leasehold property. (2-0)

Suburban office demand intensifies

2017-09-19 smh.com.au
Peak Equities has snapped up the Camberwell Junction headquarters of Australian Pharmaceutical Industries, paying $27.5 million for the leasehold property. (2-0)

Finance news you need to know today

2017-08-03 perthnow.com.au
THE Australian market looks set to open flat after an uninspiring mixed session on Wall Street At 0700 AEST on Friday, the share price futures index was down one point, or 0.02 per cent, at 5,664.

ASX drops as Rio Tinto cash splash falls flat

2017-08-03 theage.com.au
Local investors ignored the latest set of records on Wall Street, focusing instead on a number of underwhelming earnings results to push the sharemarket lower.

ASX drops as Rio Tinto cash splash falls flat

2017-08-03 smh.com.au
Local investors ignored the latest set of records on Wall Street, focusing instead on a number of underwhelming earnings results to push the sharemarket lower.

Australian market set to open lower

2017-04-19 perthnow.com.au
THE Australian market looks set to open lower after Wall Street mainly fell as investors digested the latest round of company earnings, and a drop in oil prices weighed on the energy sector.

Richmond office in Swan Street sells for $10m to wealthy family

2016-11-15 theage.com.au
A wealthy offshore family has snapped up a large Richmond office for $10.01 million on a yield of 6 per cent. Gross Waddell's Jonathon McCormack and Andrew Waddell sold 582 Swan Street in conjunction with Tim Grant and Andrew Greenway from Knight Frank. The 1615 sqm three-level office has six tenancies, including a ground floor cafe, generating $612,000 per annum. "This was an unsurpassable opportunity for the private offshore family .

Richmond office in Swan Street sells for $10m to wealthy family

2016-11-15 smh.com.au
A wealthy offshore family has snapped up a large Richmond office for $10.01 million on a yield of 6 per cent. Gross Waddell's Jonathon McCormack and Andrew Waddell sold 582 Swan Street in conjunction with Tim Grant and Andrew Greenway from Knight Frank. The 1615 sqm three-level office has six tenancies, including a ground floor cafe, generating $612,000 per annum. "This was an unsurpassable opportunity for the private offshore family .

Australian market set to open lower

2016-11-03 ntnews.com.au
THE Australian market looks set to open lower after Wall Street again fell as Facebook shares weighed and investors grapple with uncertainty over next week’s US presidential election.