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Weekly Top Ten News Stories

Weekly Reports | Aug 09 2019

Our top ten news from 01 August 2019 to 08 August 2019 (ranked according to popularity).

S&P500: More Downside To Come
Tuesday 06 August 2019 – 10:30 AM

Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggests the S&P500 has suffered a technical breakdown and will likely head lower.

Better Conditions Ahead For Nufarm
Friday 02 August 2019 – 01:17 PM

A preference share deal with a major shareholder has reduced the likelihood of a substantial equity raising for Nufarm and brokers now focus on the longer-term outlook.

ASX200: Momentum Required
Monday 05 August 2019 – 10:39 AM

Craig Parker of Moat Capital suggests the ASX200 would need to find some serious momentum to avoid falling back to monthly support.

Rio Tinto's Iron Ore Benefit Hits A Peak
Monday 05 August 2019 – 01:56 PM

Rio Tinto has spread the benefit of surging iron ore prices in the first half but most brokers believe sustaining such a high rate of earnings will be difficult heading into 2020.

A glance through the latest expert views and predictions about commodities. EV growth no panacea for battery metals; nickel rises in price as alumina falls; step-up in global LNG production projects; rare earths draw attention.

Weekly Ratings, Targets, Forecast Changes
Monday 05 August 2019 – 10:00 AM

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

Uranium Week: Empty Market
Tuesday 06 August 2019 – 10:03 AM

Traders are the only ones playing the uranium market at present as the August summer break begins.

Life360 Offers Strong Growth Outlook
Thursday 01 August 2019 – 03:36 PM

Smart phone technology company, Life 360, has performed strongly in the first half and brokers are impressed with the outlook.

Adelaide Brighton Needs To Re-Position
Thursday 01 August 2019 – 12:38 PM

Adelaide Brighton has slashed net profit estimates for 2019. Brokers believe the housing market alone cannot be blamed.

10 Little Relief In Sight For Banks
Monday 05 August 2019 – 12:07 PM

Australia's banking sector is under pressure amid soft loan growth, a squeeze on margins and a reinvestment burden. Brokers are not yet factoring in much of a recovery.

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