11 Dec 2013The Age - Money The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Smh for this date.
11 Dec 2013The Age - Business Westfield is facing an investor backlash to its proposed split, with institutional managers threatening to vote the deal down if the share component of Westfield Retail Trust is not reworked.
11 Dec 2013The Age - Business Recall Holdings chief executive Doug Pertz says the company will hunt for acquisitions to drive earnings growth after the document management business was spun out of parent Brambles.
11 Dec 2013The Age - Business The sharemarket reversed early gains to finish flat on Tuesday, with a slump in insurer QBE erasing early rises fuelled by record highs on Wall Street overnight.
11 Dec 2013The Age - Business Air New Zealand has forecast a 20 per cent rise in pre-tax profit for the first half as solid bookings in the lead-up to the busy Christmas-New Year holiday period bolster its confidence. Days after Qantas warned it would slump to a pre-tax loss of up to $300 million in the first half, New Zealand's flag carrier said it had "sufficient confidence" in its expected bookings this month to forecast a 20 per cent rise in earnings before tax to $NZ167 million ($152 million) for the six months to December.
11 Dec 2013The Age - Business Dexus Property has upgraded its 2014 earnings guidance by 7 per cent based on its share buyback program and the rise in value of its direct investment in takeover target Commonwealth Property Office Fund.
11 Dec 2013The Age - Business More than $5 billion has been wiped off QBE's market value in two days, as investors punish the company for repeatedly disappointing and analysts warn that further pain could follow this week's profit downgrade.
11 Dec 2013The Age - Business The relatively successful debut of Brambles' document management business and Redcape's pub chain on the Australian Securities Exchange will give ammunition to company boards to push the go button on demergers and asset sales to unlock shareholder value during a period of flat income growth.
11 Dec 2013Sydney Morning Herald - Money For many people, the very mention of Christmas shopping conjures images of manic crowds on spending sprees at malls and department stores.
11 Dec 2013Sydney Morning Herald - Money While the Australian share market is sitting well below its pre-financial crisis highs the broader US market, represented by the S&P 500 index, is in record territory. It moved past its pre-global financial crisis peak of 1576.09 in April and now sits in uncharted airspace inviting talk of a bubble as this week's chart, produced by Philip D'Souza of the Australian Technical Analysts Association, shows.
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