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Australian Stocks: What Happened Today?
A wrap of the day's activity on the Australian stock market.
Macquarie Rakes In Higher Fees
Macquarie has signalled a step-up in performance fees in FY15 but most brokers are looking for signs of improvement in the bigger picture as well.
What To Do About Arrium
With little end in sight to a weak iron ore price, Arrium has decided to act upon its debt sooner rather than later by announcing a surprise raising. Brokers discuss whether investors should take up their rights.
CSL's Monopoly Now Threatened
CSL's competitor, Baxter, has received US FDA approval for HyQvia and brokers assess the impact on CSL's rival product, Hizentra.
Upside For Brambles
Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggests Brambles has bottomed and should head higher.
Uranium Week: Uncertainty Supports Prices
The spot uranium price continues to rise on uncertainty surrounding strikes, sanctions and start-ups.
The Overnight Report: Carry Trade Carted
The great carry trade unwind continues across the globe ahead of tomorrow night's Fed statement. Dow up 43. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 16 September, 2014
Australian Stocks: What Happened Today?
A wrap of the day's activity on the Australian stock market.
Material Matters: Platinum, Palladium, Gold And Iron Ore
Platinum and palladium supply remain weak while gold companies are concentrating on profitable ounces and risks around iron ore are not receding.
OceanaGold Accelerates Didipio Underground
OceanaGold has revealed plans to optimise its Didipio mine and several brokers welcome the development.
Emerging Sell In ANZ
Nick Linton-Ffrost of Fifth Wave suggests a short-term trading idea in ANZ Bank.

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