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Energy stocks rally hard after OPEC oil deal

2016-09-29 theage.com.au
Investors piled into energy shares on Thursday in the wake of a surprise agreement by major oil producing nations to cut output levels in the coming months. 

Energy stocks rally hard after OPEC oil deal

2016-09-29 smh.com.au
Investors piled into energy shares on Thursday in the wake of a surprise agreement by major oil producing nations to cut output levels in the coming months. 

South Australia Suffers State-Wide Power Failure as Storm Hits - Bloomberg

2016-09-28 bloomberg
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Growing Dividends And Total Returns Down Under

2016-09-19 seekingalpha
Most Australian companies' fiscal years run from Jul. 1 to Jun. 30. They typically report earnings twice a year, in February and August. Most also declare dividends when they announce earnings-interim dividends when they report fiscal first-half results in February, final dividends when they report full-year results in August.

Markets Live: Softish profits flow in

2016-08-23 theage.com.au
Another busy day of earnings numbers ahead will set the tone for the ASX, including from the likes of Oil Search, Scentre Group, Healthscope and Greencross.

Markets Live: Softish profits flow in

2016-08-23 smh.com.au
Another busy day of earnings numbers ahead will set the tone for the ASX, including from the likes of Oil Search, Scentre Group, Healthscope and Greencross.

Australian market set to open lower

2016-08-21 perthnow.com.au
THE Australian market looks set to open lower following Wall Street’s slide as investors weighed the prospect of a Federal Reserve interest rate rise.

Putting the brakes on bosses' bonus blow-outs

2016-08-19 theage.com.au
The Commonwealth Bank's annual report landed on Monday, bringing with it news that chief executive Ian Narev's salary package had topped $12.3 million in a year when the bank was hit with a scandal in its life insurance division, CommInsure.

Putting the brakes on bosses' bonus blow-outs

2016-08-19 smh.com.au
The Commonwealth Bank's annual report landed on Monday, bringing with it news that chief executive Ian Narev's salary package had topped $12.3 million in a year when the bank was hit with a scandal in its life insurance division, CommInsure.

Shares end higher on energy and bank stocks

2016-08-08 abc.net.au
Australian shares have had a strong start to the week with gains in most sectors, led by a bump up in energy and bank stocks.

Cheung Kong Infrastructure hit hard by falling pound

2016-07-28 scmp
With well over half its revenue generated in Britain, the country’s slumping currency leaves 8.8pc dent in CKI’s interim pre-tax profit

Google follows in rivals’ footsteps

2016-06-13 at.theaustralian.com.au
As a company, Google is an enigma. At times it has shown ­unrivalled genius: search is synonymous with Google, and it is the master of online advertising and analytics. There’s Maps and Chrome browser.

Spark Infrastructure Group is Tuesday's ASX Most Traded with 120 million

2016-06-07 proactiveinvestors.com.au
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Transgrid appoints Sydney Water CEO Kerry Schott as chair

2016-06-01 theage.com.au
Recently privatised NSW power grid owner Transgrid has appointed former Sydney Water chief executive Kerry Schott as its new chair.

Transgrid appoints Kerry Schott as chair

2016-06-01 news.theage.com.au
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Transgrid appoints Sydney Water CEO Kerry Schott as chair

2016-06-01 smh.com.au
Recently privatised NSW power grid owner Transgrid has appointed former Sydney Water chief executive Kerry Schott as its new chair.

Transgrid appoints Kerry Schott as chair

2016-06-01 news.smh.com.au
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Spark Infrastructure responds to investors with DUET Group exit

2016-05-31 smh.com.au
Electricity networks owner Spark Infrastructure has responded to investor concern over its 10.6 per cent holding in rival DUET Group, selling most of its stake in a $305 million deal that will allow it to accelerate debt repayment.

Spark Infrastructure chairman Doug McTaggart says the company must do better

2016-05-23 theage.com.au
TransGrid's board remains under pressure after a large protest vote at Friday's AGM. Photo: James Alcock

Spark Infrastructure chairman Doug McTaggart says the company must do better

2016-05-23 smh.com.au
TransGrid's board remains under pressure after a large protest vote at Friday's AGM. Photo: James Alcock

Spark Infrastructure Group shareholders split ahead of vote

2016-05-16 theage.com.au
Deep divisions have opened up among Spark Infrastructure Group investors ahead of Friday's annual shareholder meeting, laying bare a level of dissatisfaction that may yet result in an upheaval of the board.

Spark Infrastructure Group shareholders split ahead of vote

2016-05-16 smh.com.au
Deep divisions have opened up among Spark Infrastructure Group investors ahead of Friday's annual shareholder meeting, laying bare a level of dissatisfaction that may yet result in an upheaval of the board.

SAPN placement into USPP market

2016-05-11 asx.com.au

Spark Infrastructure Group board under pressure from shareholders

2016-05-08 theage.com.au
Concerns among Spark Infrastructure Group investors over remuneration and the $10.3 billion TransGrid deal are playing into the hands of two former Credit Suisse bankers seeking to elbow their way onto the board of the electricity grid owner.

Spark Infrastructure Group board under pressure from shareholders

2016-05-08 smh.com.au
Concerns among Spark Infrastructure Group investors over remuneration and the $10.3 billion TransGrid deal are playing into the hands of two former Credit Suisse bankers seeking to elbow their way onto the board of the electricity grid owner.