Kina Securities [ASX:KSL] is set to occupy a special space in the Asia-Pacific financial services market. It’s going to be amongst the first companies to be dual listed in both Papua New Guinea and Australia, starting today.
If the All Ordinaries is breaking lows and you by chance come across a stock going sideways, unaffected, then that should interest you. A lot. Why?
Watch this market closely. The point we’re making here is that it may not be a big and spectacular event that causes the next stock market crash.
Despite everything that has happened in the world in recent months (mostly Greece and China), the damage to stocks has been marginal.
Glennon Small Companies Limited is going to list on the ASX. Their ticker code will be GC1. Glennon wants to raise $16-$50 million by issuing shares at $1.
What better way to start a UK versus Australia comparison than with stock market performance?
The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) is closely watching companies in the ASX200 with poor representation of women on their boards.
The ACCC has officially approved the expanded co-operative deal between Qantas [ASX:QAN] and American Airlines [NASDAQ:AAL]. The ACCC had to consider the deal, and see whether it would hurt consumers’ choices or reduce competition.
It must be a crash, right? After all, Aussie stocks have fallen a lot. The S&P/ASX 200 index nearly touched 6,000 points four times this year.
Netccentric Limited [ASX:NCL] made its debut on the ASX today. The company was hoping to raise $10 million by going public in Australia.