- Latest Member:
- Mullet Man
Posted By Indoril Tuesday at 2:50 PMIn Trading/Investing Resources
Posted By helpme Tuesday at 3:25 PMIn General Chat
- Changing from CommSec Bellyup94 posted Mar 23, 2017 at 12:52 PM60 1Hi all,
I have traded withcomsec for about 5 years and am looking to change brokers.
- GMV - G Medical Innovations... System posted Mar 23, 2017 at 8:38 AM55 0G Medical Innovations Holdings Limited operates as a holding company. The Company, through its…
- OWM - One World Minerals Inc. (CSE) Userman posted Mar 23, 2017 at 4:52 AM78 0OWM.C – One World Minerals to Acquire Large Lithium Project in Mexico…
- Trading Model Metrics rb250660 posted Mar 22, 2017 at 8:51 PM155 7With regards to trading model development, what metrics are the most important to you? The…
- 2017 General ASX Market Discussion AmO posted Mar 22, 2017 at 2:22 PM89 0Sorry Guys, I was recouping losses for last couple of years andalways make back on scu and psy…
- ING Living Super Fee Structure... Bill M posted Mar 22, 2017 at 7:32 AM206 8As some of you may know, I am a member of ING Living Super and I have posted many articles on…
- Investing in the Netherlands... jdenhaan posted Mar 21, 2017 at 10:01 PM132 2Hi,
I'm a Dutch immigrant into Australia and would really like to invest in my home…
- Changing from CommSec
- Company NameASX CodeDate
- Marquee Resources LimitedMQR09/03/2017
- Retech Technology., Co LimitedRTE09/03/2017
- Wattle Health Australia LimitedWHA10/03/2017
- De.mem LimitedDEM21/03/2017
- Fat Prophets Global Contrarian Fund LimitedFPC22/03/2017
- Bigtincan Holdings LimitedBTH22/03/2017
- Todd River Resources LimitedTRT24/03/2017
- Magmatic Resources LimitedMAG24/03/2017
- Visioneering Technologies, Inc.VTI27/03/2017
Spark - Streaming ASX market info platform Amazing user interface, Visual market depth,
Real-time charts and news, DDE interface.
Real-time charts and news, DDE interface.
- CommSec Daily Report Thursday. Local shares consolidated in early trade on Thursday having suffered the largest one day decline of the year a day earlier.
- Banks add another complication for rates. The decision by some banks to raise their lending rates just adds to the conflicting factors facing the Reserve Bank in setting monetary policy.
- Collins buys into second Euro KFC chain. Collins Foods is buying 16 KFC restaurants in the Netherlands, adding to the 12 it owns in Germany and 192 in Australia.
- Rob Millner puzzled by market's outlook. Rare trading conditions make it tough to predict where the Australian share market is headed, says the chairman of a major investment group.
- ACCC clears takeover of Pulse Health. The ACCC does not oppose private hospital operator Healthe Care's proposed acquisition of ASX-listed Pulse Health.
- Australian shares bounce back modestly. Australian shares have opened higher the day after almost $30 billion was wiped off the ASX in the market's worst one-day fall since November 9.
- The market remains out of sync with the Fed. The Fed raised rates by 0.25% on Wednesday, as expected. The two changes in the statement both referred to inflation, but do not indicate a policy change.
- China's Geely opens UK plant for electric London taxis. Chinese carmaker Geely, owner of the London Taxi Company, opened Wednesday a Â£300-million UK factory making only electrical versions of the iconic London black cab for use worldwide.
- Dutch bank ING probed for money laundering, corruption. Leading Dutch bank ING is under criminal investigation in The Netherlands due to concerns related to "money laundering and corrupt practises", bank officials and prosecutors said Wednesday.
- New York grants license to trade more virtual currencies. New York authorities on Wednesday granted a license to Coinbase to trade in two additional virtual currencies, expanding the company's services which already included Bitcoin starting in January.
- EU's Brexit chief says UK 'must settle accounts'. Britain must reach a deal on what it owes the EU and on the fate of European citizens post-Brexit before talks can start on a future trade deal, EU negotiator Michel Barnier said Wednesday.
- Brickworks profit up as building continues. Building products group Brickworks has lifted its half-year profit by 35 per cent to $104.1 million, and underlying profit by 48 per cent to $111.2 million.