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Arrium Under Pressure
Arrium's March quarter iron ore production and sales were disappointing and brokers maintain the pressures will continue for some time yet.
OZ Ups The Ante, And The Risk
OZ Minerals is generating solid cash and will lift dividends but will also become more aggressive on acquisitions in order to replace absent growth. Brokers are cautious.
Buying Opportunity In Telstra
Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggests Telstra is close to completing its retracement.
Uranium Week: Downside Price Risk
Macquarie believes uranium inventories are building across the globe, suggesting near term downside risk for the spot uranium price.
Perpetual Slowing?
Financial services firm Perpetual remains supported by buoyant equity markets and low interest rates but funds flow is slowing at market highs.
The Overnight Report: Moussaka With Noodles
Greece and China continue to dominate uncertain market sentiment as Wall Street swings wildly back. Dow up 208. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 21 April, 2015
GLNG Start-Up In Sight For Santos
Santos is moving closer to start up of the Gladstone LNG project which is expected to be the next main catalyst for the stock.
Challenges Keep Mounting For Fortescue
Fortescue Metals has pulled out all stops to preserve cash flow in the face of sharp falls in iron ore but brokers are not confident the worst is over.
A Ghost In The Machine
Ahead of the Herd's Rick Mills discusses unfettered population growth and its impact on food, water and air.
Downside Bias For ASX200
Nick Linton-Ffrost of Fifth Wave suggests a break below 5900 for the ASX200 implies further downside.
Weekly Recommendation, Target Price, Earnings Forecast Changes
Weekly update on recommendation, target price, and earnings forecast changes.

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