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8@eight: ASX to open higher

2017-12-07 theage.com.au
Historically, December is one of the quietest months of the calendar year in terms of both volume and volatility. At the same time, benchmarks like global equities indices typically drift higher in what is often dubbed the 'Santa Claus' rally in the Western world. And yet, there are years in which this assumption does not hold true. There is an extreme exposure to 'risk' in all its forms across the financial system and a comparable level of complacency that has sustained the stretch.

8@eight: ASX to open higher

2017-12-07 smh.com.au
Historically, December is one of the quietest months of the calendar year in terms of both volume and volatility. At the same time, benchmarks like global equities indices typically drift higher in what is often dubbed the 'Santa Claus' rally in the Western world. And yet, there are years in which this assumption does not hold true. There is an extreme exposure to 'risk' in all its forms across the financial system and a comparable level of complacency that has sustained the stretch.

NIB Holdings (NIBHF) Presents At UBS Australasia Conference - Slideshow

2017-11-14 seekingalpha
The following slide deck was published by NIB HOLDINGS NC NSW ORD in conjunction with this event.

Insurance reforms no panacea for industry challenges

2017-10-16 smh.com.au
Changes to private health insurance will help the big providers maintain profit margins but could struggle to stem the departure of customers due to cost-of-living pressures, analysts have warned. (2-0)

Insurance reforms no panacea for industry challenges

2017-10-16 theage.com.au
Changes to private health insurance will help the big providers maintain profit margins but could struggle to stem the departure of customers due to cost-of-living pressures, analysts have warned. (2-0)

ASX sags as caution prevails ahead of Federal Reserve meet

2017-09-20 theage.com.au
The ASX pulled off early lows to end the day marginally lower on Wednesday, as investors braced for the outcome of a highly-anticipated meeting of US monetary policy makers. (28-0)

ASX sags as caution prevails ahead of Federal Reserve meet

2017-09-20 smh.com.au
The ASX pulled off early lows to end the day marginally lower on Wednesday, as investors braced for the outcome of a highly-anticipated meeting of US monetary policy makers. (28-0)

ASX's unloved banks find some support at end of tough month

2017-05-31 theage.com.au
Shares finished in the black on Wednesday, but despite a bout of buying in the big four banks and consumer staples the ASX still suffered its worst monthly performance since January last year. 

ASX's unloved banks find some support at end of tough month

2017-05-31 smh.com.au
Shares finished in the black on Wednesday, but despite a bout of buying in the big four banks and consumer staples the ASX still suffered its worst monthly performance since January last year. 

Health insurers in the frame for misleading customers

2017-05-30 theage.com.au
Large health insurance companies are on notice. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has them in its sights for the widespread and long-standing practice of hiding negative changes to customer's medical benefits.

Health insurers in the frame for misleading customers

2017-05-30 smh.com.au
Large health insurance companies are on notice. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has them in its sights for the widespread and long-standing practice of hiding negative changes to customer's medical benefits.

Bargain hunting in banks leads ASX comeback

2017-05-30 theage.com.au
Bargain hunting among the oversold big banks and gains in the miners offset falls in telcos and energy stocks on Tuesday, sparking a 40-point afternoon rally in the ASX.

Bargain hunting in banks leads ASX comeback

2017-05-30 smh.com.au
Bargain hunting among the oversold big banks and gains in the miners offset falls in telcos and energy stocks on Tuesday, sparking a 40-point afternoon rally in the ASX.

ASX savaged as investors flunk confidence test

2017-05-17 theage.com.au
Renewed selling in the major banks led a savage sell-off on the ASX, as investors fretted over record low wage growth data and the growing threat of US political risks.

ASX savaged as investors flunk confidence test

2017-05-17 smh.com.au
Renewed selling in the major banks led a savage sell-off on the ASX, as investors fretted over record low wage growth data and the growing threat of US political risks.