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Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 02 December, 2015
Slow Grind Continues For Metcash
Metcash delivered some improvements in its first half result but many brokers remain sceptical about the outlook.
I'm Not Waiting For Santa
Peter Switzer of the Switzer Super Report explains why he is not concerned his recent BHP purchase is already underwater.
Netcomm Wireless Taps US Potential
Netcomm Wireless has become a specialist supplier of communications hardware. Canaccord Genuity initiates coverage on the stock.
Qantas Prepares For Descent
Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggests Qantas' technicals are portending a break down.
Quickstep Set For Take Off
Sydney-based carbon fibre composite fabricator Quickstep Holdings is recapitalised and set for solid growth.
The Overnight Report: Eyes On China
Global markets are nervously looking for any further signs of weakness in China's market and economic data as Wall Street awaits this week's jobs numbers. Dow down 78. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 01 December, 2015
Material Matters: China, Base Metals, Tin, Mineral Sands And Resource Equities
Macquarie's visit to China; Is there hope for base metals?; tin can trade lower; Credit Suisse extends weak forecasts for mineral sands; Deutsche Bank searches for resources upside.
Hot New Potential In Tech Sector
Foster Stockbroking has run the ruler over several new entrants and potential entrants in the tech sector, believing there is strong investor appetite for such stocks.
Investors Less Fearsome, But Caution Still Rules
The results from the November Australian Investors' Sentiment Survey are out.
ASX200: Poised
Nick Linton-Ffrost of Fifth Wave suggests the ASX200 is sitting inside a trigger level range of 5100 to 5300.

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