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FNArena Windows (Sectors)

Introduction to FNArena Windows

FNArena Windows offers subscribers the option to investigate ASX-listed stocks against their peers. FNArena developed its own sector methodology which in our view overcomes many flaws and disadvantages connected with GICS sectors. Our system starts with three broad sector labels: COMMODITIES, FINANCIAL SERVICES and INDUSTRIALS. From here onwards subscribers can explore further through gradually narrowing branches. This is not investment advice, but simply another window on the Australian Stock Exchange to provide better insight and to assist FNArena subscribers while conducting their own market analysis.

Latest Stories

Bringing forward its already planned coal exit, AGL Energy has announced the closure of its Loy Yang A project by 2035 as the company focuses on renewable energy.

Oct 04 2022

With divestment of its Beetaloo asset stake, Origin Energy continues its transition away from gas exploration. While largely received positively by analysts, some raise concern as to the pathway towards energy transition exposure

Sep 21 2022


ASX CODE COMPANY NAME LAST PRICE 52WK HIGH 52WK LOW P/E CONSENSUS TARGET
AGL AGL ENERGY LIMITED $7.18 $8.88 $5.10 18.0

$8.534

AIA AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LIMITED $6.42 $8.00 $6.24 82.2

$7.50

ALX ATLAS ARTERIA $6.30 $8.35 $6.13 16.2

$6.715

APA APA GROUP $9.84 $12.25 $8.20 34.6

$10.874

DBI DALRYMPLE BAY INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED $2.09 $2.29 $1.90 5.2

$2.447

ORG ORIGIN ENERGY LIMITED $5.49 $xx.xx $xx.xx xx.x xx.xx
TCL TRANSURBAN GROUP LIMITED $12.75 $xx.xx $xx.xx xx.x xx.xx
Previous Stories
Treasure Chest: Underweight On Origin

Jul 06 2022

FNArena’s Treasure Chest reports on money making ideas from stockbrokers and other experts. Jarden initiates coverage of Origin Energy with an Underweight rating


What Now For AGL?

May 31 2022

The abandonment of AGL Energy’s demerger plans and subsequent board upheaval has left the company in an uncertain position due to its need to act on its substantial debt burden


ESG Focus: APA Group Pushes Gas Prospects

May 10 2022

APA Group is heavily exposed to brown infrastructure but the company used its investor day to highlight the role of gas as a transition fuel, its green ambitions and ESG credentials in a bid to reassure investors


ESG Focus: Decarbonisation Demand Drives Ethical Investing

Apr 13 2022

The European Union prepares to reduce its reliance on Russian-supplied gas, net zero emissions goals set and forget until 2030, and the market demands better ESG commitments from companies, with those failing to act missing out on competitive advantages


Preferred Westgate Outcome For Transurban

Dec 21 2021

While the additional costs incurred by Transurban Group on the Westgate Tunnel Project are higher than anticipated, brokers are relieved court action was avoided and now focus upon a steady improvement in traffic numbers


Unstable Foundations: The Risks In Relying On A Post-Pandemic ‘Snapback’ In Infrastructure

Oct 01 2021

The fact superfunds and other large asset managers are now scrambling to obtain ownership of listed, long-duration infrastructure assets does not prevent that society post-covid might remain different from pre-covid, with consequences for some of these assets


The Right Price For Sydney Airport?

Jul 06 2021

As Sydneysiders brace for another week of lockdowns a bidder has emerged for Sydney Airport, surprising the market and sparking speculation aplenty


Accel Is A Hard Act To Sell For New AGL

Jul 02 2021

While AGL’s split is supposed to set up both demerged entities for success, the jury’s out on whether funding provisions are adequate for both companies to pursue their growth ambitions


Infrastructure’s Inbuilt Hedge Against Inflation

Apr 08 2021

Extensive research has led ClearBridge Investments to conclude inflation has little impact on the value of infrastructure assets


AGL’s Plans For Separation

Apr 01 2021

AGL Energy has decided on a parting of ways and will separate its business into two. As always, the devil will be in the detail