Construction products manufacturer James Hardie Industries plc [ASX:JHX] climbed 4.3% this morning to $19.77 per share. Could this be the start of a late run to put the stock in positive territory for 2017?
Yesterday’s climb gives Qantas shareholders a year-to-date return of 83.7%. What has caused the stock to appreciate so aggressively? There are three catalysts that come to mind.
Our market hasn’t had the best year. In 2016, the ASX 200 climbed nearly 7%. But in 2017, we’ve gone nowhere. So what can you do to profit from a stock trending sideways?
The share price of TPG Telecom Ltd [ASX:TPM] has made ground, rising 6.8% today. The giant telco was fairly guarded in its final report. Which might seem strange as they reported a net profit of $413.8 million, up 9% from 2016’s results.
Most of the time, a book value will note if it does incredible intangible assets. There’s a reason why you need to know about the book value of a company.
Shares in Telstra [ASX:TLS] sank more than 6.5% on Thursday, as the market reacted negatively to its half-year results.
A lot of yield-based dividend stocks have sold off over the last couple of months in anticipation of a cycle of rate rises.
What happened to the Telstra share price? It’s been a rollercoaster ride for shareholders in Telstra [ASX:TLS] over the last 12 months.
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