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Fortescue Metals Outlook Impresses Brokers
Fortescue Metals continues to drive down costs, impressing brokers with its guidance for FY17.
The Short Report
FNArena's weekly update on short positions in the Australian share market.
Australian Corporate Bond Price Tables
FNArena provides a weekly update of Australian listed corporate bond issues, current pricing and yield data.
ANZ A Cautious Buy
The Chartist reports the technicals are positive for ANZ Bank but confirmation is as yet required.
Material Matters: Energy, Coal And Nickel
Oil & gas outlook; coal pricing and demand; nickel outlook in the wake of the Philippines review of its nickel mines.
The Overnight Report: Limbo Land
The local market was unsure what to do with the CPI numbers and Wall Street remains undecided on Fed policy. Dow down one point. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 28 July, 2016
Australian Banks: A New World
Brokers suggest investment in Australian banks requires a new strategy in an unfamiliar environment.
Perseus Renews Focus On Sissingue, Yaoure
Perseus Mining is slowly making progress in gaining investor confidence to mitigate the disappointment with its Edikan mine.
Share Buybacks - Who's Doing It?
Weekly Update on ASX-listed companies buying in their own stock.
It's Not 'Sell Everything' Time, But Expect The Expected
Peter Switzer of the Switzer Super Report argues why it's not time to get out of stocks just yet.
How Long The Multi Asset Bull Market?
 In this week's Weekly Insights: - How Long The Multi Asset Bull Market? - Australia's Lowest Rated Stocks - Highest Yields On Offer - Australia's Highest Rated Stocks - Rudi On Tour - Nothing Ever Changes, Or Does It? - Rudi On TV

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