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The Week Ahead

23 Feb 24. In Australia, there are three standouts: the monthly measure of consumer prices, business investment and retail trade. The headline monthly consumer price index indicator could ease in January.

State of the States

29 Jan 24. South Australia has climbed to the top spot in the State of the States’ economic performance rankings for the first time in the survey’s history. Find out how other states and territories are faring.  

Investor Insights

Qantas Airways Half Year Result: Profit falls on cheaper fares

23 Feb 2024

Australia’s flagship carrier Qantas Airways (QAN) saw a decline in half-year profit due to cheaper airfares. Qantas also announced it will return $400m to shareholders via an on-market buyback.

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Pilbara Minerals Half Year Result: Lithium price slump drives profits lower

22 Feb 2024

Pilbara Minerals (PLS) – one of the world’s largest lithium producers – posted a significant decline in both revenue and profit as demand for the battery making ingredient drops sharply.

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Fortescue Half Year Result: Improved iron ore prices deliver earnings jump

22 Feb 2024

Higher realised iron ore prices and cost discipline have been factors that have led Fortescue Limited (FMG) to a 21 per cent increase in H1 FY24 revenue to US$9.5 billion, while underlying EBITDA of US$5.9 billion was 36 per cent higher. Net profit after tax (NPAT) of US$3.3 billion increased by 41 per cent compared to the same period last year. 

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Factors that could impact the Aussie sharemarket over 2024

05 Dec 2023

CommSec Senior Economist Ryan Felsman and Market Analyst Tom Piotrowski discuss the factors that could influence the Australian share market in 2024, including the outlook for interest rates, inflationary expectations and economic growth. Additionally they take a look at the impact from global factors including China and the outlook for multiple sectors. 

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Pilbara Minerals CEO, Dale Henderson

04 Dec 2023

Pilbara Minerals CEO, Dale Henderson speaks with Tom Piotrowski about the strategic priorities of the company, current status of its joint ventures, the outlook for lithium prices and more. 

Tom Piotrowski and Dale Henderson 12:40

Investing in international shares

31 May 2023

In terms of investment returns, it is always important to remember that the Australian sharemarket represents less than 2 per cent of the value of the global market. So there is a wider range of investment opportunities that investors could be tapped into. Investing in international shares can be a great way to diversify your portfolio and potentially improve your long-term investment returns. 

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