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Energy regulator says 'no concern' despite soaring mercury this weekend

2018-01-05 abc.net.au
Temperatures are set to soar in the southern states this weekend, but the energy market regulator says we're unlikely to see blackouts or calls to reduce power consumption.

ASX fades after tax plan fatigue

2017-12-21 theage.com.au
Shares faded throughout Thursday, after investors took a breather following this week's initial US tax cut euphoria.  (50-0)

ASX fades after tax plan fatigue

2017-12-21 smh.com.au
Shares faded throughout Thursday, after investors took a breather following this week's initial US tax cut euphoria.  (50-0)

BlueScope Steel lifts first-half guidance

2017-12-21 theage.com.au
Steel group BlueScope, rubber products maker Ansell, share registry giant Computershare and investment firm Navigator Global Investments have handed investors a little Christmas bonus by tipping US President Donald Trump's tax cuts will boost their earnings. 

BlueScope Steel lifts first-half guidance

2017-12-21 smh.com.au
Steel group BlueScope, rubber products maker Ansell, share registry giant Computershare and investment firm Navigator Global Investments have handed investors a little Christmas bonus by tipping US President Donald Trump's tax cuts will boost their earnings. 

UPDATE 1-Australia's BlueScope Steel raises half-year earnings forecast

2017-12-20 reuters
Dec 21 (Reuters) - Australia’s BlueScope Steel Ltd raised its earnings forecast on Thursday for the half year ending Dec. 31 by 9.5 percent, helped by higher steel prices and volumes in Australia.

Australia's BlueScope Steel raises half-year earnings forecast

2017-12-20 reuters
Dec 21 (Reuters) - Australia’s BlueScope Steel Ltd raised its earnings forecast on Thursday for the half year ending Dec. 31 by 9.5 percent, helped by higher steel prices and volumes in Australia.

Westfield a standout in muted ASX session

2017-12-13 theage.com.au
Australian shares edged up to end the day in positive territory with Westfield soaring after news of a massive takeover offer for the property giant. (3-0)

Westfield a standout in muted ASX session

2017-12-13 smh.com.au
Australian shares edged up to end the day in positive territory with Westfield soaring after news of a massive takeover offer for the property giant. (3-0)

ASX charges into lunchtime at 6,000

2017-11-07 businessnews.com.au
The Australian share market is trading solidly higher at lunchtime, with upbeat overnight sentiment lifting the local markets to near 10-year highs and the S&P/ASX200 to twice breach the key 6,000 point level. At 1200 AEDT, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 had slipped back slightly to be up 44.3 points, or 0.74 per cent, at 5,998.1 points. The ASX200 had twice punched through the 6,000 point level in morning trade - at 1110 AEDT and 1158 AEDT - as a surging global oil market and bullish merger activity out of Wall Street flowed through to the local bourse. (48-1)

BlueScope Steel (BLSFY) Investor Presentation - Slideshow

2017-10-11 seekingalpha
The following slide deck was published by Bluescope Steel, Ltd. ADR in conjunction with this event.

Australians hit with $7b power slug says BlueScope

2017-10-11 theage.com.au
Spiralling gas and electricity prices have cost Australian energy users more than $7 billion a year in the last two years, says the outgoing head of Australian manufacturing heavyweight BlueScope 

Australians hit with $7b power slug says BlueScope

2017-10-11 smh.com.au
Spiralling gas and electricity prices have cost Australian energy users more than $7 billion a year in the last two years, says the outgoing head of Australian manufacturing heavyweight BlueScope 

At Kalinganagar, Tata Steel to copy Jamshedpur model

2017-09-22 business-standard
Tata Steel plans to develop an eco-system for ancillary and downstream units in the vicinity of its Kalinganagar project in Odisha's Jajpur district. It has operationalised a capacity of three million tonnes a year in the first phase. (8-0)

ASX 200 Index falls for a second day; Myer shares rise

2017-09-14 theage.com.au
The Australian sharemarket fell for a second day, as Myer's results showed the gloomy mood undermining the discretionary retail sector appears unmoved despite robust employment conditions in the economy.