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Weekly Broker Wrap: Coal Economy, Telcos, Food And Infrastructure
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The Overnight Report: Bonds On The Move
Global bond rates are moving up as December approaches. Dow down 29. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 28 October, 2016
Australian Corporate Bond Price Tables
FNArena provides a weekly update of Australian listed corporate bond issues, current pricing and yield data.
Soft Quarter Signalling More Weakness For Wesfarmers
Brokers raise the spectre of whether soft September quarter sales numbers for Wesfarmers, particularly at Coles, are a sign of more weakness to come.
The Short Report
FNArena's weekly update on short positions in the Australian share market.
Treasure Chest: Bega Sell-Off Overdone
FNArena's Treasure Chest reports on money making ideas from stockbrokers and other experts. Saxo Group believes this week's sell-off in Bega Cheese is an overreaction.
SMSFundamentals: Yield Or Growth?
Which investment strategy has proven to provide the best risk/reward balance for the income-seeking investor over time? You may be surprised.

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