29 Mar 2018 - The Australian share market saw their worst March quarter performance since the GFC despite gains in the major banks. Many stocks shuffled lower. As for the sectors, they all saw a drop except real estate with consumer staples and materials feeling it the most. Iron Mountain Incorporated (ASX:INM) performed well - but Retail Food Group (ASX:RFG), dropped as did Bellamy’s (ASX:BAL) and Wisetech (ASX:WTC).
29 Mar 2018 - The Australian share market is shuffling lower despite gains in the major banks - ANZ (ASX:ANZ) are up as is the Commonwealth bank (ASX: CBA). Meanwhile milk is sliding with Bellamy’s dropping and A2 milk also seeing a slide. Magnis Resources (ASX:MNS) buy into US lithium-Ion battery company.
29 Mar 2018 - Magellan Financial Group (ASX:MFG) is terminating its three year partnership with Cricket Australia.
29 Mar 2018 - International contractor Cimic Group (ASX:CIM) has secured a $140 million increase to its contract with Glencore for coal mining services at Mt Owen in the Hunter Valley.
29 Mar 2018 - RFM Poultry (NSX:RFP) Investor Relations and Distribution Manager James Powell talks introducing solar panels in Victoria to save funds, reduce environmental footprint and boost revenue. RFP also discusses its 2018 results.
29 Mar 2018 - Star Entertainment Group(ASX:SGR) is expanding its partnership with two Hong Kong businesses with a 5 per cent stake in the casino operator.
29 Mar 2018 - The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has today outlined competition concerns at MYOBs (ASX:MYO) proposed acquisition of Reckon’s Accountants Group (ASX:RKN).
29 Mar 2018 - The Australian share market is set to open flat today as big name tech stocks struggled to rebound as volatility continues to plague US markets. Amazon lost 7.5 per cent. Carnarvon Petroleum (ASX:CVN) continues to move rig after cyclone Marcus.
29 Mar 2018 - Boyuan Holdings (ASX:BHL) has entered two service agreements to manage and deliver land development projects in Australia for Asian-based entities.
29 Mar 2018 - Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO) has successfully used some of its surplus liquidity to further reduce debt and has announced the results of its European bond tender offer.