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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)

Gastro outbreak strikes hospitals and aged care homes

2017-07-05 smh.com.au
Relatives have been shocked to discover they could not visit their loved ones, or were forced to don protective gear.

Lindblad Expeditions Holdings, Inc. Appoints New Independent Director

2017-05-19 prnewswire
NEW YORK, May 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Lindblad Expeditions Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIND), a global provider of expedition cruises and adventure travel experiences, today announced that it has appointed Daniel J. Hanrahan to serve as an independent director of the Company.  In addition, Mr. Hanrahan was appointed as a member of the Audit Committee of the Board. 

Insider Buying Soars as Q1 Earnings Wind Up: Tempur Sealy, Apollo Global, Revlon, Kite Pharma and More

2017-05-14 247wallst
We said it for most of April, but this past week really proved the point. Windows for corporate executives to sell and buy shares close during earnings reporting season, and when they started to open last week, the buyers stormed back into the market in full force. Buyers appeared to swamp the sellers, and if last week was any indication, it’s a good bet that we will see continued strength through the rest of the month.

8@eight: Two schools of thought

2017-02-23 theage.com.au
Since the global equities market rally inspired by Trump inflation, the trading community is now falling into two camps. The first believe this equities and commodities rally is just getting underway, this is highlighted by the trading and hedge fund investment houses being net long everything from equities to property and commodities. The second, is the group that are waiting in angst for the potential correction or significant pull back for an entry point but they watch the markets march higher every trading day.

8@eight: Two schools of thought

2017-02-23 smh.com.au
Since the global equities market rally inspired by Trump inflation, the trading community is now falling into two camps. The first believe this equities and commodities rally is just getting underway, this is highlighted by the trading and hedge fund investment houses being net long everything from equities to property and commodities. The second, is the group that are waiting in angst for the potential correction or significant pull back for an entry point but they watch the markets march higher every trading day.

ASX hits three-month high as banks join the party

2016-12-08 theage.com.au
The local market leapt to its highest in more than three months, prompting talk of an early Santa rally as a number of blue chips hit 2016 highs.

ASX hits three-month high as banks join the party

2016-12-08 smh.com.au
The local market leapt to its highest in more than three months, prompting talk of an early Santa rally as a number of blue chips hit 2016 highs.

Miners lead ASX rebound

2016-12-06 theage.com.au
Shares rebounded on Tuesday, with industrials and miners leading the charge, while the Australian dollar shrugged off expectations of slowing growth.

Miners lead ASX rebound

2016-12-06 smh.com.au
Shares rebounded on Tuesday, with industrials and miners leading the charge, while the Australian dollar shrugged off expectations of slowing growth.

Australian market set to open higher

2016-10-27 perthnow.com.au
THE Australian market looks set to open around half a per cent higher after a more than one per cent slide in Thursday’s session and despite a negative performance in US stocks.

Australian market set to open higher

2016-10-27 ntnews.com.au
THE Australian market looks set to open around half a per cent higher after a more than one per cent slide in Thursday’s session and despite a negative performance in US stocks.

Gold stocks turn deep red as rate rise worries grow

2016-10-05 theage.com.au
Gold stocks had a horrific session on Wednesday, leading the market's fall after the precious metal nosedived on fears of US interest rate rises and a nearing taper of European Central Bank stimulus.

Gold stocks turn deep red as rate rise worries grow

2016-10-05 smh.com.au
Gold stocks had a horrific session on Wednesday, leading the market's fall after the precious metal nosedived on fears of US interest rate rises and a nearing taper of European Central Bank stimulus.

ASX surges in $39b relief rally

2016-09-23 theage.com.au
Shares surged to their first weekly gain in six weeks, after the US Federal Reserve lowered its outlook for future interest rate hikes, dispelling investor worries that an end to the era of easy money is nigh. 

ASX surges in $39b relief rally

2016-09-23 smh.com.au
Shares surged to their first weekly gain in six weeks, after the US Federal Reserve lowered its outlook for future interest rate hikes, dispelling investor worries that an end to the era of easy money is nigh. 

ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive week

2016-09-09 theage.com.au
Australian shares closed down for the fourth week in a row after the European Central Bank failed to extend its monetary stimulus program and investors sold big bank stocks. 

ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive week

2016-09-09 smh.com.au
Australian shares closed down for the fourth week in a row after the European Central Bank failed to extend its monetary stimulus program and investors sold big bank stocks. 

Markets Live: ASX slips ahead of RBA

2016-09-06 theage.com.au
Shares give up some of yesterday's strong bounce amid broad selling ahead of this afternoon's rates decision - the last under RBA governor Glenn Stevens - with financial markets and economists in agreeance there will be no move.

Markets Live: ASX slips ahead of RBA

2016-09-06 smh.com.au
Shares give up some of yesterday's strong bounce amid broad selling ahead of this afternoon's rates decision - the last under RBA governor Glenn Stevens - with financial markets and economists in agreeance there will be no move.

Govt warning on fees sends shares in Australian aged care operators tumbling

2016-09-05 reuters
SYDNEY, Sept 5 Shares in Australia's largest listed aged care operators plunged to record lows on Monday after the country's health department warned providers they are not permitted to make residents pay for capital maintenance and refurbishment.

Aged care stocks plunge on government fee change

2016-09-05 theage.com.au
Shares in the three largest ASX-listed aged care operators have slumped following new guidelines by the federal government for charging certain service fees from residential aged care customers.

ASX rallies hard despite day to forget for aged care stocks

2016-09-05 theage.com.au
A belated spring bounce pushed Australian shares higher on Monday, as investors discounted the chance of a rate hike in the United States this month following disappointing jobs figures. 

Aged care stocks plunge on government fee change

2016-09-05 smh.com.au
Shares in the three largest ASX-listed aged care operators have slumped following new guidelines by the federal government for charging certain service fees from residential aged care customers.