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Upside For Woodside
The Chartist suggest Woodside may first drift lower but the technicals favour an upside break thereafter.
FNArena Reporting Season Monitor August 2014
A summary of the previous session's corporate earnings result releases, including broker views, ratings and target price changes and beat/miss assessments.
Material Matters: Miner Pessimism, Base & Precious Metals And Iron Ore
A new survey suggests mining leaders are pessimistic while the outlook for base metals, ex copper, is bullish. Geopolitical instability supports gold and palladium while iron ore is re-balancing.
Could I Be Wrong On A Sell-Off?
Peter Switzer of the Switzer Super Report puts up both sides of the argument regarding a potential stock market correction.
A Solid Defence, Yield And Growth
In this week's Weekly Insights: - A Solid Defence, Yield And Growth - Amcor: That's Why! - Australian Banks: It's Complicated - Commodities: Divergence Rules! - BHP: More Excitement Than Is W
The Overnight Report: Sanctions Bite
A step-up in coordinated US-EU sanctions against Russia with regard finance, arms and energy last night had Wall Street a little nervous. Dow down 70. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Credit Bubble Pressures AA- Bank Ratings In Australia
Standard & Poor's warns the housing investment bubble in Australia and aggressive lending could weigh on bank credit ratings.
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 30 July, 2014
Australian Stocks: What Happened Today?
A wrap of the day's activity on the Australian stock market.
Tougher For Longer For Engineering Contractors
Brokers have evaluated the engineering contractor sector ahead of the earnings season and remain gloomy about the outlook, although stock preferences suggest not all will suffer.
FNArena Reporting Season Monitor August 2014
A summary of the previous session's corporate earnings result releases, including broker views, ratings and target price changes and beat/miss assessments.
Uranium Week: Slight Glimmer?
Utilities are beginning to show a little interest in spot uranium purchases while greater term market demand is expected this quarter.

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