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NT may be east coast's energy saviour

13h theage.com.au
New Queensland coal seam gas production and an expanded northern gas pipeline may alleviate the east coast gas shortage.

NT may be east coast's energy saviour

13h smh.com.au
New Queensland coal seam gas production and an expanded northern gas pipeline may alleviate the east coast gas shortage.

ASX posts fall for the first time in three sessions on soft miners

2017-10-10 theage.com.au
Australian shares fell for the first time in three sessions, dragged lower by the big miners. (21-0)

ASX posts fall for the first time in three sessions on soft miners

2017-10-10 smh.com.au
Australian shares fell for the first time in three sessions, dragged lower by the big miners. (21-0)

ASX slides into the red as consumer stock weigh

2017-09-19 theage.com.au
A choppy session for the sharemarket ended on a weak note on Tuesday, with stocks that benefit from a strong consumer suffering after the RBA singled rising household debt and stagnant wage growth out again as reasons to remain cautious about the economy.   (56-0)

ASX slides into the red as consumer stock weigh

2017-09-19 smh.com.au
A choppy session for the sharemarket ended on a weak note on Tuesday, with stocks that benefit from a strong consumer suffering after the RBA singled rising household debt and stagnant wage growth out again as reasons to remain cautious about the economy.   (56-0)

Directorate change

2017-08-09 londonstockexchange
Tate & Lyle PLC (the ‘Company’), announces that Jeanne Johns, a Non-Executive Director, has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Incitec Pivot Limited, a company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, with effect from 15 November 2017.

Aussie dollar strength a ‘phantom menace’ for overseas earners

2017-08-03 theage.com.au
The recent surge in the Australian dollar has led to a sell-off in stocks of companies exposed to US dollar earnings, but Macquarie reckons the falls have been overdone.

Aussie dollar strength a ‘phantom menace’ for overseas earners

2017-08-03 smh.com.au
The recent surge in the Australian dollar has led to a sell-off in stocks of companies exposed to US dollar earnings, but Macquarie reckons the falls have been overdone.

Global Explosives - Industrial Supplies & Accessories

2017-07-10 prnewswire
NEW YORK, July 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Explosives in Metric Tons and in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Blasting Agents, Propellants, Pyrotechnics, and Other Explosives. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin American. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022.

Investors should swipe at companies, not Trump

2017-06-07 theage.com.au
Well, it's not as though we couldn't see this one coming. After all, Donald Trump was promising to pull the US out of the Paris Accord on climate change long before he took office.

Investors should swipe at companies, not Trump

2017-06-07 smh.com.au
Well, it's not as though we couldn't see this one coming. After all, Donald Trump was promising to pull the US out of the Paris Accord on climate change long before he took office.

Final Results

2017-03-24 londonstockexchange
Schroder Asian Total Return Investment Company plc (the "Company") hereby submits its annual financial report for the year ended 31 December 2016 as required by the UK Listing Authority's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rule 4.1. 

Australia hauls in gas majors to avert local shortage

2017-03-15 theedgemarkets
SYDNEY (March 15): Australia's top gas producers, led by ExxonMobil Corp and Royal Dutch Shell, agreed to boost supply to the country's domestic market to help avert an energy shortage, following crisis talks with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

UPDATE 2-Australia hauls in gas majors to boost local supply, cap prices

2017-03-15 reuters
SYDNEY Australia's top gas producers, led by ExxonMobil Corp and Royal Dutch Shell, are set to come under fire to supply more gas to the local market and curb soaring prices in crisis talks on Wednesday with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Incitec Pivot Ltd. ADR (INCZY) Presents At Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Global Agriculture & Chemicals Conference

2017-03-03 seekingalpha
The following slide deck was published by Incitec Pivot Ltd. ADR in conjunction with this event.

Global Industrial Explosives Market Will be Valued at US$ 14.6 Billion by 2024 - Persistence Market Research

2017-02-20 prnewswire
Rising urbanization has catapulted the use of coal-fired power generation. Quarrying activities from all corners of the world are also resuming at a steady pace. Technological advancements are facilitating the resurgence of global mining industry. Factors such as these and many more are instrumenting the growth in global demand for industrial explosives. A recent report published by Persistence Market Research estimates that in 2016, more than US$ 9 billion worth of industrial explosives were sold in the world.

Joe Gutnick faces public examination of bankruptcy

2017-02-13 theage.com.au
Bankrupt mining magnate Joseph Gutnick will face a public grilling over his bankruptcy affairs as early as next month. 

Joe Gutnick faces public examination of bankruptcy

2017-02-13 smh.com.au
Bankrupt mining magnate Joseph Gutnick will face a public grilling over his bankruptcy affairs as early as next month. 

Australian stocks poised to open flat

2016-12-15 ntnews.com.au
THE Australian share market is poised to open flat, despite gains on Wall Street on the back of support for banks.

Australian stocks poised to open flat

2016-12-15 perthnow.com.au
THE Australian share market is poised to open flat, despite gains on Wall Street on the back of support for banks.

Explosives Market Analysis By Product (Blasting Agents, Propellants, Pyrotechnics), By Application and Pyrotechnics Market Analysis By Application (Proximate Pyrotechnics, Consumer Pyrotechnics, Display Pyrotechnics) And Segment Forecasts, 2013 - 20

2016-11-29 prnewswire
LONDON, Nov. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The global explosives market is expected to reach USD 31.95 billion by 2024, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The global explosives and pyrotechnics market is expected to grow significantly over the forecast period on account of increasing use of the product in construction and mining activities. Rising number of projects for infrastructure development in Asia Pacific is expected to drive the demand for explosives as a blasting agent.

Having spent $200bn to export LNG, is Australia about to import gas?

2016-11-24 abc.net.au
Having just spent $200 billion over the best part of a decade to become the world's biggest exporter of LNG, Australia is now looking down the barrel of having to import gas for domestic users.

Markets like Donald Trump's policies, but will he deliver on them?

2016-11-11 theage.com.au
What a difference a week makes. At the beginning of the week sharemarkets across the globe moved higher as the polls pointed to Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton winning the US presidential election.

Markets like Donald Trump's policies, but will he deliver on them?

2016-11-11 smh.com.au
What a difference a week makes. At the beginning of the week sharemarkets across the globe moved higher as the polls pointed to Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton winning the US presidential election.