Saturday, 10 October 2015

Bathurst Resources Limited Ordinary Shares

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  • MYOB widens H1 loss

    11:35 | 27/8/15
    Business Spectator
    MYOB has delivered a widened first-half loss on a statutory basis, but the recently floated accounting software provider is upbeat about its future prospects after exceeding its paying user and cloud subscription growth expectations in the period. more»
  • The politics of demolition have taken over

    11:04 | 17/7/15
    Business Spectator
    We can be confident that's what ordinary voters would want -- and equally sure it will be anything but. One shouldn't be starry-eyed. more»
  • Pensioners breaking NZ Superannuation rules risk missing out

    05:02 | 15/7/15
    It is a universal pension and it is not means tested in any ordinary way. But that surface simplicity hides a complexity that trips some people up, and that can cost the over 65s dearly. more»
  • DataRoom AM: Energy action

    09:19 | 19/6/15
    Business Spectator
    It's a quiet end to the M&A week in all areas save for energy, where Origin, Shell and Peabody are drawing plenty of local attention for deals that vary greatly in size. more»
  • ASIC spotlight falls on Gyngell

    02:26 | 10/6/15
    Business Spectator
    To compensate, he was granted 2,195,121 share rights in three equal tranches. After converting the first tranche on May 20, Mr Gyngell still holds 4,878,048 ordinary shares and a further 1,463,414 share rights, which means his remaining stake took a ... more»
  • NAB shares drop after capital raising

    13:00 | 12/5/15
    Business Spectator
    Eligible retail shareholders will be able to get two new shares for every 25 existing NAB ordinary shares that they currently hold at the offer price of $28.50 by June 1. NAB shares had been in a trading half since Thursday when the bank announced the ... more»
  • The Australia-Indonesia relationship will never be easy

    09:26 | 1/5/15
    Business Spectator
    Calls for the aid budget to be shaved in retaliation are misguided -- this would just hit ordinary Indonesians. The government must balance registering a protest with getting the longer-term relationship, which is vitally important for Australia, back ... more»
  • The US economy's jobs challenge

    09:56 | 6/4/15
    Business Spectator
    Non-farm payrolls were the latest domino to fall during what has been a fairly ordinary period over in the US. They rose by just 126,000 in March, falling well short of expectations, to post the weakest monthly figures since December 2013. more»
  • Sydney's own Manhattan Project

    03:54 | 4/4/15
    Sydney Morning Herald
    These range from Gold Fields House at Circular Quay, to the mammoth Greenland Centre at 115-119 Bathurst Street. In between there is the York & George tower at 383 George Street and the proposed Mirvac/Coombes Family's new site at 505 George Street ... more»
  • Ward's stance on Tivoli a Silver Pen winner

    18:01 | 16/3/15
    Jamaica Gleaner (subscription)
    But to follow Ian Boyne's argument would be to celebrate also what has happened in Iraq in recent years, again because of dishonest agendas - a regime with its good and bad aspects now a destabilised mess after a bloody incursion, in which ordinary ... more»
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