News archive from 23 July 2013

Tigerair stablising after turbulent ride

Rival airlines circle Virgin Tigerair Australia has narrowed its first-quarter losses as it begins to consider a rejig of its route network after Virgin Australia completed the purchase of a controlling stake. In what is traditionally a weak period...

 
Dollar up on weak US data, gold

Dollar up on weak US data, gold

THE Australian dollar is higher after gold prices soared and weaker-than-expected American home sales figures put downward pressure on its US counterpart. At 7am AEST today, the local unit was trading at 92.49 US cents, up from 92.22 cents yesterday....

 
Investment chief Bruce Teele goes out on a high

Investment chief Bruce Teele goes out on a high

THE veteran chairman of Australia's biggest listed investment company is leaving on a high note, announcing his retirement as the group's profitability surges. Bruce Teele, who has served on the Australian Foundation Investment Company board for 47...

 
First full tidal energy power station for Kimberley

First full tidal energy power station for Kimberley

WESTERN Australia's Kimberley region is set to get the state's first full-scale tidal energy power station. The WA government has approved Tidal Energy Australia's plan to build a wave power station at Doctor's Creek, near Derby. It will generate 40...

 

Incitec Pivot warns of profit hit

Incitec Pivot has warned of a $23.5 million hit to its second half profit following production problems at its Phosphate Hill fertiliser plant. Output of ammonium phosphates at the plant is expected to fall to 400,000 tonnes in the second half,...

 

Incitec Pivot warns of profit hit

Incitec Pivot has warned of a $23.5 million hit to its second half profit following production problems at its Phosphate Hill fertiliser plant. Output of ammonium phosphates at the plant is expected to fall to 400,000 tonnes in the second half,...

TheAge, 09:07 in Business
 

Incitec Pivot warns of profit hit

Incitec Pivot has warned of a $23.5 million hit to its second half profit following production problems at its Phosphate Hill fertiliser plant. Output of ammonium phosphates at the plant is expected to fall to 400,000 tonnes in the second half,...

 
Fads bad for top fund managers

Fads bad for top fund managers

Fund managers can be seduced by investment fashions just like amateur investors. The funds management industry has repeatedly launched share funds that invest in trendy investment themes with high hopes, only to lose investors' money. Performance data...

 

Incitec Pivot warns of profit hit

Output of ammonium phosphates at the plant is expected to fall to 400,000 tonnes in the second half, restricting year to September output to 763,000 tonnes. "Following the unplanned outage at Mt Isa earlier in this financial year, a detailed...

 
Fads bad for top fund managers

Fads bad for top fund managers

Fund managers can be seduced by investment fashions just like amateur investors. The funds management industry has repeatedly launched share funds that invest in trendy investment themes with high hopes, only to lose investors' money. Performance data...

 

Tigerair stablising after turbulent ride

Tigerair Australia has narrowed its first-quarter losses as it begins to consider a rejig of its route network after Virgin Australia completed the purchase of a controlling stake. In what is traditionally a weak period for travel, Tigerair Australia...

 

Incitec Pivot warns of profit hit

Output of ammonium phosphates at the plant is expected to fall to 400,000 tonnes in the second half, restricting year to September output to 763,000 tonnes. "Following the unplanned outage at Mt Isa earlier in this financial year, a detailed...

 

Windfarm battle shifts from Europe, China

Hit by overcapacity and plunging prices in Europe and China's saturated markets, manufacturers of wind turbines are under pressure to find new areas of growth to boost single-digit profit margins. Clashes between the two factions have been limited so...

 

Tigerair stablising after turbulent ride

Tigerair Australia has narrowed its first-quarter losses as it begins to consider a rejig of its route network after Virgin Australia completed the purchase of a controlling stake. In what is traditionally a weak period for travel, Tigerair Australia...

 

Windfarm battle shifts from Europe, China

Hit by overcapacity and plunging prices in Europe and China's saturated markets, manufacturers of wind turbines are under pressure to find new areas of growth to boost single-digit profit margins. Clashes between the two factions have been limited so...

 
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