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Weekly Top Ten News Stories

Weekly Reports | May 03 2019

Our top ten news from 25 April 2019 to 02 May 2019 (ranked according to popularity).

Uranium Week: Counting The Days
Tuesday 30 April 2019 – 11:02 AM

President Trump may not need all of the 90 days he has to make a decision on section 232 but there is no guarantee of a timeframe.

Material Matters: Cobalt, LNG And US Oil
Tuesday 30 April 2019 – 10:00 AM

A glance through the latest expert views and predictions about commodities. Cobalt; European ETS; Australian gold miners; LNG; and US oil.

Margin Recovery Central To Flight Centre
Monday 29 April 2019 – 12:14 PM

Flight Centre has cut pre-tax profit guidance for FY19 for the third time and broker opinions diverge regarding the longevity of the contributing factors.

Growth Strategies Still Critical For Sandfire
Friday 26 April 2019 – 10:00 AM

The high-grade Monty copper-gold mine has made its first contribution to Sandfire Resources' production in the March quarter but exploration remains critical to the medium-term outlook.

TechnologyOne: Ride the Trend
Tuesday 30 April 2019 – 10:31 AM

Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities notes every dip in TechnologyOne's share price brings in fresh buyers.

Weekly Ratings, Targets, Forecast Changes
Monday 29 April 2019 – 10:00 AM

Weekly update on stockbroker recommendation, target price, and earnings forecast changes.

Northern Star Pins Hope On Pogo Recovery
Friday 26 April 2019 – 12:16 PM

Gold miner Northern Star Resources had a less-than-stellar March quarter, largely because of delays to the arrival of new mining equipment at Pogo.

ASX200: Change In Momentum?
Monday 29 April 2019 – 10:29 AM

Craig Parker of Moat Capital notes last week's move to a higher high could signal fresh momentum for the ASX200, if volume had not been low.

Overseas Stocks I'd Consider Buying Now
Wednesday 01 May 2019 – 10:00 AM

Peter Switzer of the Switzer Super Report looks for value offshore.

10 Better March Qtr But Coles Still Underwhelms
Tuesday 30 April 2019 – 01:09 PM

Supermarket sales growth for Coles is expected to decelerate in the next couple of quarters as gains from its collectables campaign lose momentum.

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