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Navitas A Longer Term Prospect
Navitas' remains a longer term story but near term headwinds will keep earnings growth at bay.
Uranium Week: Stasis
The spot uranium price remained unchanged for the third week running last week, as India ups its nuclear ante.
Upside Space For Flight Centre
Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggests Flight Centre has held support following its sell-off and now offers upside.
Your Editor On Switzer: All Eyes On Reporting Season
Investors' focus is now shifting towards local reporting season in August. What can we expect?
McMillan Shakespeare Dilutes Regulatory Risk
Brokers welcome the acquistion by McMillan Shakespeare of second hand car finance company, further diversifying the company away from FBT risk.
The Overnight Report: Shanghai Shock
A late 8.5% plunge for the Shanghai index sent stock markets down around the globe last night. Dow down 127. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 28 July, 2015
Material Matters: Copper, Gold And Gold Equities
Dull copper outlook; water scarcity critical to copper; gold equities respond as the yellow metal price comes under pressure.
Share Buybacks - Who's Doing It?
Weekly Update on ASX-listed companies buying in their own stock.
Weekly Recommendation, Target Price, Earnings Forecast Changes
Weekly update on recommendation, target price, and earnings forecast changes.
ASX200 At Pivotal Level
Nick Linton-Ffrost of Fifth Wave suggests the direction of the ASX200 will be determined by which side of the 5550-5650 range is breached.
Fortescue At Whim Of Iron Ore Price
Fortescue Metals delivered robust FY15 production but given the current outlook for iron ore, most brokers are unsure as to whether margins can be maintained.

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