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06/29/2016
Mayne soars following US drug acquisitions - Sky News Australia


Sky News Australia

Mayne soars following US drug acquisitions
Sky News Australia
Mayne Pharma shares have surged more than 35 per cent after the company expanded its presence in the lucrative US market through the purchase of a suite of generic drugs. Shares in Mayne had risen 51.92 cents, or 37.06 per cent, to $1.92 by 1316 AEST ...
Why the Mayne Pharma Group share price is going gangbustersMotley Fool Australia
Mayne Pharma shares rip higher after $634 million equity capital raiseBusiness Insider Australia
Mayne Pharma shares post record rise on Teva dealThe Australian
Financial Times -NEWS.com.au -Greenville Daily Reflector -BioPharma Dive
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06/29/2016
Kathmandu lifts profit guidance as much as 72pc despite warm winter start - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Kathmandu lifts profit guidance as much as 72pc despite warm winter start
The Australian Financial Review
Kathmandu CEO Xavier Simonet has upgraded the adventure clothing retailer's full-year profit forecasts. Josh Robenstone. Share on twitter. by Sue Mitchell. Outdoor clothing and adventure wear retailer Kathmandu expects profits to rise as much as 71.5 ...
Kathmandu sees profits scaling fresh heightsThe Australian
Kathmandu forecasts better earningsNEWS.com.au
Kathmandu shares soar on increased profit guidanceBusiness Insider Australia
Finance News Network
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06/29/2016
Shares rally to end financial year - The West Australian

Shares rally to end financial year
The West Australian
The share market is significantly higher as investors snap up bargains on the final day of the financial year. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 1.7 per cent in early afternoon trade, with gains posted in all sectors of the market. The positive ...

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06/29/2016
Super posts positive returns for seventh year, but volatility clouds outlook - The Australian

The Australian

Super posts positive returns for seventh year, but volatility clouds outlook
The Australian
Post-Brexit share turmoil has not been enough to prevent Australian superannuation funds finishing with a modest return in positive territory for the seventh financial year in a row. But despite the continued winning streak for the country's retirement ...
Super growth funds set to break even in FY15/16SMSF Adviser

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06/29/2016
Berry and Dubbo dairy farmers ride highs and lows of domestic fresh milk market - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Berry and Dubbo dairy farmers ride highs and lows of domestic fresh milk market
The Sydney Morning Herald
South Coast dairy farmer Rob McIntosh escaped the worst of the milk price crisis in Victoria and Tasmania, but faces a cut in his monthly milk cheque. Mr McIntosh supplies the Murray Goulburn co-op, which hit their suppliers in Tasmania and Victoria ...
Fonterra cut another blow to dairy farmersSky News Australia
ALP's Fitzgibbon urges dairy farmers to organise over MG priceThe Australian
Turnbull promises Murray Goulburn talksFarm Weekly
Tasmania Examiner -Manning River Times -The Advocate -Weekly Times Now
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06/29/2016
Qld refinery announcement no ploy: Palmer - NEWS.com.au

The Sunshine Coast Daily

Qld refinery announcement no ploy: Palmer
NEWS.com.au
Clive Palmer insists his announcement just days before the federal election that his collapsed Queensland Nickel refinery will reopen isn't a political ploy to attract votes for his party. The Palmer United Party (PUP) leader, flanked by two Senate ...
Clive Palmer says he's back in the money. Bradley KanarisThe Australian Financial Review
Palmer eyes new nickel opening dateCourier Mail
Clive Palmer wants to reopen nickel refinery: reportThe Sydney Morning Herald
ABC Online -Warwick Daily News
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06/29/2016
Federal election boosts job vacancies - The Australian

The Australian

Federal election boosts job vacancies
The Australian
New job vacancies rose 0.9 per cent in the three months to May 31 in trend terms, aided by a surge in public sector offerings ahead of the federal election. Job vacancies in the public sector jumped 4.1 per cent to 16,500, while positions available in ...
ABS says job vacancies fall 1.9% in MayThe Sydney Morning Herald
Job vacancies fall from 3.5 year highsTheBull.com.au
EconomyAustralian job vacancies fall for first time since 2014Financial Times
THE BUSINESS TIMES
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06/30/2016
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1 - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1
The Sydney Morning Herald
When Ivan returned to Sydney after a six-month study exchange in Copenhagen, he noticed a few obvious differences between the cities. But the one difference he is reminded of every quarter is that of electricity affordability in the Danish city, where ...
NSW power bills tipped to skyrocket9news.com.au

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06/29/2016
Qantas reports improved performance amid capacity cuts in May - Australian Aviation

Australian Aviation

Qantas reports improved performance amid capacity cuts in May
Australian Aviation
Capacity reductions in response to weaker domestic demand has helped Qantas restore revenue per available seat kilometre (RASK) growth in May and June. The airline group reported RASK across both its Qantas and Jetstar domestic flying was up in May, ...
Qantas domestic revenue reboundsThe Australian

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06/30/2016
ASX admission changes would have 'undue impact' on nascent businesses, firms say - ABC Online

ABC Online

ASX admission changes would have 'undue impact' on nascent businesses, firms say
ABC Online
In a joint statement, the firms and 115 co-signatories said the changes to increasing the net tangible asset criteria from $3 million to $5 million, requiring three full financial years of audited accounts and suspending companies announcing backdoor ...
New ASX rules hit small miners, backdoor listings - The West AustralianThe West Australian

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