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Hi, last time you published a ceasing coverage article on AHG, you had mentioned you would consider revisiting if the price falls substantially. The price has fallen from $4 to $2.61 however the hopeful sale of its refrigerated division has not gone through successfully. There is always a chance that a buyer could be found again but the bad news seems to be priced in. What are II's thoughts?
All my trading / investing life I've assumed the ex dividend price movement is "enforced". That is, a new price is calculated by the stock exchange and that becomes the new precious day close. I don't know why I think that!? I now realise it is probably just naturally movement?! Is the ex div price calculated or "natural"?
Hi, Could you please detail some stocks or II articles covering impacts of rising US interest rates? What ASX listed companies stand to benefit from US rates going up? Which ones are particularly vunerable as US rates rise? Thanks
My question has 2 parts: 1) How do I calculate bond yield ? I thought it was just coupon*100/price but this is not what is shown at https://www.bloomberg.com/markets/rates-bonds/government-bonds/australia Also why is the yield for 10 years less than 2 years?
What are the tax implications and things to consider when deciding whether, upon the death of a member, a lump sum is paid to an estate in the form of a testamentary trust, or it is paid as a death benefit pension? Does the advice change if the deceased and the dependent receiving the superannuation are under preservation age?