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Origin's Outlook Mired By Weak Pricing
APLNG remains central to broker analysis of Origin Energy and expectations continue to be tuned after the June production report.
Uranium Week: Interest Fades
Recent positive demand-side news has failed to support buying interest, forcing sellers to capitulate last week.
Rally Expected For NAB
Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggest National Australia Bank can rally from here.
Oz Business Outlook Much More Optimistic
A more optimistic outlook is emerging among Australian small-medium businesses in the latest Dun & Bradstreet expectations survey.
Stellar Performance Expected From amaysim
Amaysim has recently listed on ASX and two brokers initiate coverage of the stock, expecting strong growth going forward.
The Overnight Report: Oil Fears Return
With West Texas back at 45 and Brent under 50, deflation is again a global concern. Dow down 91. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 04 August, 2015
Share Buybacks - Who's Doing It?
Weekly Update on ASX-listed companies buying in their own stock.
Brokers Highlight Potential In Adairs
Home furnishing retailer Adairs is a beneficiary of the strong housing cycle in Australia and several brokers have initiated coverage of the stock.
Fixed Interest, Property Benefit From Share Market Volatility
The results of the Australian Investors' Sentiment Survey in July.
Weekly Recommendation, Target Price, Earnings Forecast Changes
Weekly update on recommendation, target price, and earnings forecast changes.
ASX200 Still Showing Downside Risk
Nick Linton-Ffrost of Fifth Wave suggests the ASX200 will offer up sell signals this week to be heeded.

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