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2020-06-01 10:45:00

AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN

AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN

REUTERS - JUNE 1, 2020-  Australian shares kicked off the month with a more than 1% gain, fuelled by optimism around further easing of coronavirus-induced restrictions and as heavyweight mining stocks rallied amid a surge in commodity prices.

The S&P/ASX 200, currently on a five-week winning run, closed 1.1% higher at 5,819.20 on Monday. The index soared more than 30% since hitting a more than seven-year low in March when the pandemic forced widespread curbs and shutdowns.

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Tags: AUSTRALIA, SHARES, INDEXES, BONDS, STOCKS
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AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN
2020, July, 9, 15:25:00
PROJECT FINANCE & PROJECT FINANCIAL MODELLING
Modern project finance transactions require a high level of expertise in building financial models which are reliable and flexible to accommodate the changing requirements occurring during the life of a project. This 5 days course covers both project finance and financial modelling best practices.
AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN
2020, July, 9, 15:20:00
OIL and GAS RUSSIA and CIS ONLINE
Online Business Forum, Onsite Visits and 1-2-1 Meetings "Oil and Gas Russia and CIS Online" will be held on 15-17 July 2020
AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN
2020, July, 9, 15:15:00
Real Estate Finance, Investment Analysis, Valuation & Modelling
Real estate construction or investment requires a high level of technical expertise in building and using financial models if the building is to be profitable for its builder or owner.
AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN
2020, July, 8, 12:00:00
OIL PRICE: NEAR $43 YET
Brent fell 11 cents, or 0.3%, to $42.97 a barrel, WTI dropped 11 cents, or 0.3%, to $40.51 a barrel,
AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN
2020, July, 8, 11:55:00
OIL PRICES 2020-21: $41-$50
EIA expects monthly Brent spot prices will average $41/b during the second half of 2020 and rise to an average of $50/b in 2021
AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN
2020, July, 8, 11:50:00
OPEC OIL PRODUCTION DOWN
OPEC's 13 members pumped 22.31 million b/d, the organization's lowest collective output since September 1990,
AUSTRALIA'S SHARES UP AGAIN
2020, July, 8, 11:45:00
GLOBAL SHARES UPDOWN
E-mini futures for the S&P 500 were up 0.1%.
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