28 Mar 2018 - The Australian share market opened lower after some heavy tech-led losses on Wall Street. A2 Milk slipped almost 8 per cent. The Trump administration has signaled that any cap imposed on Australian steel shipments to the US will be more generous than import limits placed on major metal producers in South Korea.
28 Mar 2018 - The Australian share market took a tumble this morning as tech stocks in the US took a plunge. Facebook was one of the worst S&P stocks overnight dropping by almost 5 per cent. Stocks advancing today include Iron Mountain Incorporated (INM) and AGL energy (ASX:AGL) - continuing to fall is Syrah Resources (ASX:SYR).
28 Mar 2018 - Murray Goulburn (ASX:MGU) has announced that the ACCC has delayed its final decision regarding the sale of the dairy company to Saputo.
28 Mar 2018 - Medical cannabis company, AusCann (ASX:AC8) has announced its Chilean partner Fundacion Daya has established a scheme which enables immediate access for Chilean patients to medicinal cannabis.
28 Mar 2018 - Precious and base metal developer, Heron Resources (ASX:HRR) has announced its Woodlawn project is on track for year-end commissioning.
28 Mar 2018 - Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO) has agreed to sell its 80 per cent stake in the Kestrel coal mine in Queensland to EMR Capital and Adaro Energy.
28 Mar 2018 - Following weak leads from US markets, the Australian share market looks set to open lower. Wall Street finished in the red after being dragged down by tech stocks such as Facebook, Microsoft and Google. New Zealand satellite broadcaster Sky Television (ASX:SKT) has announced it’s lost its bid to broadcast the Rugby World Cup for 2019.
28 Mar 2018 - Copper company MOD Resources (ASX:MOD) has reported its loss before tax increased to $3.3 million compared with a loss of $1.9 million last year.
28 Mar 2018 - Luxury and prestige car retailer Autosports Group (ASX:ASG) has exercised an option to acquire the property that houses one of the company’s Mercede-Benz dealerships in Queensland.
27 Mar 2018 - The Australian share market opened higher and maintained momentum throughout the day. As for the sectors consumer discretionary saw the biggest rise followed by Industrials. Financials performed the worst. Aristocrat Leisure (ASX:ALL) performed well as did packaging company Amcor (ASX:AMC) meanwhile ANZ saw a drop (ASX:ANZ).