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  • Stock Market Analysis: Markets Ease – Still No Greek Resolution | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    the region the resource sector led markets higher as buyers as trading resumed after a break Investors cheered the Federal Reserve announcement that benchmark US interest rates will likely remain at ultra low levels until 2014 and commodities prices rose on the news Much of the buying in the region was led by resource and banking stocks However traders remain cautious over the Greek debt restructuring talks and mixed earnings reports In Japan shares were hurt by poor earnings reports from Nintendo and NEC while Hong Kong stocks rose as the Hang Seng Index was up for a sixth straight day with gains led by banking and telecommunication shares In China the SSE Composite was closed at 2 319 while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng Index was up 0 3 at 20 501 and in Japan the Nikkei 225 Index closed down 0 1 or 8 points at 8 841 The South Korean KOSPI was up 0 4 for the session while the Indian market up 0 5 Commodities The Dollar Index was lower at 78 36 on a higher Euro while the Australian Dollar last traded higher at 1 0667 Commodities prices traded lower For the session the benchmark crude NYMEX for January delivery was down 0 1 or US0 14 to settle at US99 76 Copper prices are seeking a support level as Copper for January delivery was down 0 3 or 1 3 cents at US3 8855 January gold was up 0 3 or US5 50 at US1 738 ASX News Today AGO Atlas Iron managing director David Flanagan said Atlas is not for sale but delivered downgraded production and export results for the December quarter and has cut its production targets for the financial year because of the impact of Tropical Cyclone Heidi ALS Alesco Corporation the building products distributor has more than tripled its first half profit but says trading conditions are tough CPA Commonwealth Property Office Fund expects its first half profit to grow and has boosted its forecasts for distributions EPW ERM Power has received the go ahead to build a 500 million gas fired power station west of Brisbane LYC Lynas Corp is back surging another 5 after reporting it has secured enough funds US225 million in unsecured convertible bonds to complete construction and start up of its delayed rare earths processing plant in Malaysia RMD Resmed the US based sleep disorder specialist reported a better than expected profit result in the quarter of last year as profit dropped modestly for the first half of this financial year July to December 2011 to US 113 4 million TOL Toll Holdings is facing union action in Los Angeles as truck drivers who accuse their Australian employer of treating them like second class citizens have announced plans to hold union elections at their workplace WHC Whitehaven Coal has increased production by two per cent in the December quarter but sales have fallen WPL Woodside Petroleum denies it is looking to sell a major

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  • Stock Market Analysis: Aussie Market To Play Catch-up | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    1 318 the Nasdaq ended down 0 5 or 13 points at 2 805 and the smaller cap Russell 2000 was down 0 3 European Markets European stock markets climbed to 5 month highs overnight as the US Federal Reserve said it would keep U S interest rates low until at least 2014 The Stoxx 600 index gained 1 1 Across the region banking and mining shares performed well in the back of the news from th US Fed Italian banck jumped over 5 and in London banks rose around the same Resource stock surged with Kazakhmys up 7 8 Rio Tinto rose 4 8 and Fresnillo was up 3 1 Investors are still awaiting for news of progress in negotiations between Greece and its private creditors as the parties resumed talks over the det crisis The Greek market jumped 4 4 outperforming the rest of the eurozone while the Italian market rose as the government sold EUR5 billion of 2 year debt at lower borrowing costs In London the FTSE 100 index closed up 1 2 or 70 points at 5793 the German DAX was up 1 8 or 118 points at 6 539 while in France the CAC was up 1 5 or 50 points at 3 363 Spain was up 1 2 and Italy ended up 1 2 Asian Markets Many Asian stock markets are closed for the Lunar New Year holidays Hong Kong stocks jumped though as traders returned from a long Lunar New Year holiday to celebrate the Federal Reserve s projection of ultra low interest rates through late 2014 Japanese shares eased from a near three month high as investors did some profit taking paricularly in the exporters while in South Korea the Kospi eased on weaker than expected economic growth data In China the SSE Composite was closed at 2 319 while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng Index was up 1 6 at 20 439 and in Japan the Nikkei 225 Index closed down 0 4 or 34 points at 8 850 South Korean KOSPI was up 0 2 for the session while the Indian market up 0 5 Commodities The Dollar Index was lower at 79 41 on a higher Euro while the Australian Dollar last traded higher at 1 0622 Commodities prices traded lhigher For the session the Benchmark crude NYMEX for January delivery was up 0 3 or US0 39 settle at US99 79 Copper prices are seeking a support level as Copper for January delivery was up 1 5 or 6 cents at US3 8805 January gold was dowup 1 6 or US26 50 at US1 729 ASX News Today AIO Asciano has restructured its Patrick ports division resulting in a significant reshuffle of its executive team AGO Atlas Iron managing director David Flanagan delivered downgraded production and export results for the December quarter and has cut its production targets for the financial year because of the impact of Tropical Cyclone Heidi the MD Mr Flanagan says he

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  • 2012 January | Online Stockmarket Trading Update - Part 2
    form of insurance given the falling volatility of late Remain attuned to the news from overseas particularly from the eurozone Greece and China in relation to easing policies and the US with their earnings season Monitor the performance of the US dollar for a guide to the future direction of commodities and equities prices The S P ASX 200 is melting up with the index currently trading at 4254 and above the key pivot level around 4180 Key levels for the index next week will be 4180 and 4320 with 4230 the key pivot level By Michael Hevern MDS Trading Desk For Buy and Sell recommendations on ASX listed companies register for a free trial of MDS Financial Research Tags ASX Commodities eurozone debt IMF market wrap S P ASX 200 Stock Market Analysis US markets Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious About Greek Outcome Wednesday January 25th 2012 US stock markets eased overnight European stock markets ended lower overnight as the Greek negotiations continue as the Greek market plunged 5 5 Many Asian stock markets remain closed for the Lunar New Year holidays Commodities prices traded mostly lower as Gold prices lower to around US1 668 and while crude oil closed up around US100 The SPI Futures is trading above the key pivot level of 4180 ended up 0 1 or 4 points at 4 196 The key levels for our index today are 4150 to 4230 Yesterday Australian shares have held on to recent gains as we had early expiry for equities options The energy and gold sectors provided some support for the market on the back of rising commodities prices overnight Crude oil traded back above US100 after news that the European Union EU had placed an embargo on Iranian exports gold also traded around 5 month highs Financials rose in overseas markets overnight due to increasing confidence that talks to restructure Greece s debt were progressing and reports that France and Germany were calling for a relaxation of global bank capital rules Shares in the All Ordinaries XAO traded flat today as the index closed flat at 4286 and as the S P ASX 200 XJO closed flat at 4224 Aussie shares are expected to trade lower and after negative leads from the US and European markets See below for ASX listed companies in the news today Economics News Today Nov Westpac Melbourne Institute Indexes of Economic Activity Leading Index Jan DEEWR Vacancy Report Q4 CPI Data US Markets US stock markets eased overnight The Dow Jones Industrial Index posted its second consecutive decline for the first time in three weeks but remains up 3 8 from the start of the year In the broader market the S P 500 closed in the red for the first time in a week while the Nasdaq finished modestly higher The VIX is below 20 indicating investors are comfortable with this steady melt up of markets Investors showed caution as Greece s debt reduction talks are yet to be resolved In corporate news McDonald s 4Q earnings rose 11 as the fast food company beat expectations DuPont was flat after the diversified manufacturer s 4Q earnings beat estimates Johnson Johnson finished flat after the consumer products company reported 4A earnings and revenue that exceeded expectations and Apple reported after market that fiscal 1Q first quarter earnings more than doubled as both profit and revenue hit record highs led by strong sales of the iPhone and iPad In commodities prices were generally lower as oil futures edged lower as traders reassessed the impact of the European Union s ban on Iranian crude oil imports gold prices slipped and base metals closed mixed All ten company groups that make up the S P index traded mixed with the Materials flat Financials sector down 0 1 Energy sector was down 0 3 Industrials sector was up 0 1 Technology was down 0 1 while Consumer Staples were down 0 6 The Dow Jones closed down 0 3 or 33 points at 12 676 the S P 500 index down 0 1 or 1 points at 1 314 the Nasdaq ended up 0 1 or 2 points at 2 786 and the smaller cap Russell 2000 was up 0 7 European Markets European stock markets ended lower overnight as the Greek negotiations continue The Stoxx 600 index fell 0 4 down from from a 5 month high Across the region shares prices eased as Greece has yet to conclude debt talks with its private debt holders to write down the country s debt by EUR100 billion A resolution is crucial as Greece must repay EUR14 5 billion of maturing debt in March to avoid a default The Greek market plunged 5 5 due to the stalemate In London the FTSE 100 index closed down 0 5 or 30 points at 5752 the German DAX was down 0 3 or 17 points at 6 419 while in France the CAC was down 0 5 or 16 points at 3 322 Spain was down 0 3 and Italy ended up 0 1 Asian Markets Many Asian stock markets are closed for the Lunar New Year holidays Many regional markets including those in Shanghai Hong Kong and Seoul were closed for Lunar New Year holidays Japanese stocks rose on the back of higher energy stocks as crude oil futures hovered around US100 per barrel though trading volumes were light The Bank of Japan kept interest rates on hold at near zero noting that activity in the Japanese economy has flat due to a slowdown in overseas economies and appreciation of the yen In China the SSE Composite was closed at 2 319 while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng Index was closed at 20 110 and in Japan the Nikkei 225 Index closed up 0 2 or 19 points at 8 785 South Korean KOSPI was closed for the session while the Indian market up 1 5 Commodities The Dollar Index was lower at 79 78 on a higher Euro while the Australian Dollar last traded higher at 1 0491 Commodities prices traded mostly lower For the session the Benchmark crude NYMEX for January delivery was down 0 3 or US0 35 settle at US99 24 Copper prices are seeking a support level as Copper for January delivery was up 0 5 or 1 8 cents at US3 8125 January gold was down 0 8 or US13 80 at US1 668 ASX News Today BBG Billabong shares plunged today after surging due to recent speculation that the company could be the latest target from private equity buyers GUD GUD Holdings the consumer and industrial products supplier says trading conditions are expected to remain tough in the second half of the financial year in the wake of a fall in profits in the first half LYC Lynas shares remains in a trading halt as the rare earths miner is seeking to finalize a funding deal which analysts estimate to be up to 100 million The halt comes a week before a meeting of Malaysia s Atomic Energy Licensing Board which is to decide whether to approve a temporary license for Lynas to commission a rare earths processing plant in central Malaysia NCM Newcrest reported today it has a big year ahead with two major expansion projects the Cadia East project in New South Wales and the Lihir upgrade in PNG which are set to be delivered in 2012 at costs beyond 1 billion each weather permitting The company has had to downgrade its annual gold production forecasts by 6 percent Although on the current high gold prices Newcrest is making more than 1000 of profit on each ounce of gold it produces which helps cushion the fall in production Newcrest plans to set up a secondary listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange and is on on track to launch this in the first quarter of 2012 ORI Orica says its restart of its ammonia plant near Newcastle has been put on hold for several weeks OSH Oil Search shares jumped after the PNG focused oil and gas producer reported a 26 percent rise in revenue for the year to December 31 to US732 9 million thanks to higher oil prices and went on to forecast steady production in 2012 The rise in revenue was driven by a 45 percent increase in realised oil prices PNA PanAust the copper and gold miner has forecast an increase in production from its major operation in Laos and a rise in earnings QAN Qantas has enjoyed monopoly status in the corporate travel arena since the collapse of Ansett but now with Virgin Australia s introduction of eight cushy padded leather clad business class seats across each of its domestic fleet of Boeing 737s Qantas will now face competition for business class passengers for the first time in a decade Ex dividend Date None Market Summary ASX to open flat US UK Europe lower Commodities Stock Index down 0 7 Gold Stocks Index down 1 9 Oil Stocks Index down 0 4 US ADRs Broadly Lower BHP down 0 9 RIO down 0 5 AWC down 3 5 ANZ down 0 3 NAB down 1 1 NEM down 0 1 JHX down 1 4 NW S down 0 5 By Michael Hevern Head of Research For Buy and Sell recommendations on ASX listed companies register for a FREE trial of MDS Financial Research Tags Asian Markets ASX ASX News BHP Business News Commodities Crude Oil Stock Market Analysis stockmarket trading US Market wrap Posted in Morning Wrap Stock Market Analysis No Comments ASX Company News Finbar Group To Develop Springs Rivervale Site In Perth Wednesday January 25th 2012 Western Australia s leading apartment developer Finbar Group Limited FRI is pleased to advise that LandCorp has selected a Finbar led joint venture as the preferred developer of two lots in the Springs Rivervale Western Australia The lots comprise a 7 500sqm site located five kilometres east of the Perth CBD and are in close proximity to the high grade amenity of the Swan River and Burswood Entertainment Precinct The property also has excellent transport links to the Graham Farmer Freeway and Great Eastern Highway It is intended that the site with frontages on Rowe Avenue Hawksburn Road and Great Eastern Highway will be developed into two residential towers of eight and 16 stories which will contain a total of approximately 190 one and two bedroom residential apartments along with large shared amenities deck and facilities A separate six storey office building is proposed which will provide approximately 6000sqm of prime office space with direct exposure to the Great Eastern Highway frontage Springs Rivervale is a 14 hectare redevelopment project being conducted by LandCorp the WA State Government The project will introduce new and diverse styles of inner city living and bring commercial opportunities to Rivervale Finbar has entered into a 50 joint venture to develop the site if approved and Finbar will earn 50 of project profit plus a management fee www finbar com au http www traderdealer com au Fundamentals fri Tags Construction Finbar Group FRI Landcorp Property Development Posted in ASX Company News No Comments Share Purchase Plan KBL Mining Wednesday January 25th 2012 KBL Mining KBL announced on the 24 1 2012 that they would be conducting a Share Purchase Plan to raise additional capital The record date was the 23 1 2012 on which shareholders must own the share to participate in the SPP The closing date is 20 2 2012 Shares will be issued on 27 2 2012 and begin trading on 28 2 2012 A maximum of 15 000 can be purchased by each shareholder at 0 25 Discount 7 4 Liquidity Poor Profitability Poor Stability Poor www kimberleymetals com au Note Discount is based on the closing price on the 24 January 2012 Tags KBL KBL Mining Share Purchase Plan SPP Posted in Share Purchase Plan SPP No Comments ASX Company News Strategic Elements Granted Exploration Permit Wednesday January 25th 2012 Strategic Elements Ltd SOR is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary Strategic Materials the Company has been granted a permit for the Gifford Creek Project in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia Exploration in the Gifford Creek permit targets rare earth mineralisation in carbonatite dykes intruded into a broad zone of altered rocks The intrusive rocks are considered significantly anomalous in rare earths The Gifford Creek Carbonatite Complex consists of dykes and sills with elevated to high concentrations of rare earths that occur over an area of about 25x25km of northwest Western Australia Pearson et al 1995 Pearson and Taylor 1996 Pirajno et al 2010 Sheppard et al 2010 Strategic Materials permit area 15 x 7 5km in size includes part of a swarm of dykes along the Lyons Creek Lineament The dykes and associated fenitic alteration haloes are inferred to be sourced from an unexposed carbonatitic intrusion with rare earth mineralisation potential The area is 270km inland east northeast of the coastal town of Carnarvon The Company also wishes to advise that the permit for the Mabel Bush silica has been relinquished www strategicelements com au http www traderdealer com au Fundamentals sor Tags Mining Exploration Rare Earth Minerals SOR Strategic Elements Posted in ASX Company News No Comments ASX Company News Namibian Copper To Acquire Sanu Resources Wednesday January 25th 2012 Namibian Copper NL NCO is pleased to announce that it has entered into a conditional agreement whereby the Company will acquire Sanu Resources Inc a wholly owned subsidiary of NGEx Resources INC NGEx of Vancouver Canada Sanu holds certain exploration licenses in Eritrea including the Hambok copper zinc deposit Pursuant to the Agreement the Company will acquire all of the issued shares of Sanu for consideration of 50 000 000 ordinary shares of NCO NCO s Chairman Mr Colin Ikin commented On the back of our Maiden JORC compliant Inferred Resource at Ongombo in Namibia announced last week the acquisition of the Hambok copper zinc deposit in Eritrea is a major success for the company We are very excited about the acquisition which adds very significantly to our total copper and zinc inventory We are particularly pleased with the addition of zinc in light of the recent market awareness of forecast zinc price increases We now aim to aggressively move both projects forward over the next 12 months www namibiancopper com au http www traderdealer com au Fundamentals nco Tags acquisition mining Namibian Copper NCO Posted in ASX Company News No Comments Stock Market Analysis Markets Mixed Awaiting Greek Solution Tuesday January 24th 2012 US stock markets ended flat and are headed for their best January performance since 1997 European stock markets reached 5 month highs overnight The European Stoxx 600 index closed 0 5 higher Many Asian stock markets are closed for the Luinar New Year holidays Commodities prices traded mostly higher as Gold prices higher to around US1 677 and while crude oil closed up around US100 The SPI Futures is trading above the key pivot level of 4180 ended up 0 4 or 16 points at 4 208 The key levels for our index today are 4150 to 4230 Yesterday Australian shares ended slightly lower as lacklustre local producer pricing figures and eurozone uncertainty over a Greek debt deal pushed investors to take profits after the rally last week This is a holiday shortened week as a number of Asian markets will be closed for the Lunar New Year holidays The Australian Bureau of Statistics has reported today that producers prices rose at a slower pace than economists forecast last quarter as cheaper agriculture costs partly offset more expensive industrial machinery The producer price index PPI rose 0 3 percent in Q4 2011 from the previous quarter when it gained 0 6 per cent and the PPI index rose 2 9 percent in the fourth quarter from a year earlier Drilling into the report showed the cost of industrial machinery and equipment manufacturing gained 3 2 percent while prices dropped 21 8 percent in a category called other agriculture The interest rate futures market is still forecasting the chances of another rate cut when the RBA next meets on February 7 at about an 80 percent chance Shares in the All Ordinaries XAO traded eased again today closing down 0 4 at 4288 as the S P ASX 200 XJO closed down 0 3 at 4225 Aussie shares are expected to hold on this option expiry day and traders are expected to continue to look for bargains today after mixed leads from the US and European markets See below for ASX listed companies in the news today Economics News Today None US Markets US stock markets ended flat and are headed for their best January performance since 1997 US investors watched Europe for developments in its debt crisis Investors monitored Greece as it endeavours to negotiate a debt restructuring agreement with its private creditors All three benchmarks have posted weekly gains for the past three weeks and traders cited profit taking for the flat session Energy stocks were in focus as crude oil continues to hold around US100 Chesapeake Energy jumped on 6 3 after the natural gas producer said it plans to further reduce dry gas drilling activity by 50 and to curtail its gross gas production by about 8 in response to a drop in natural gas prices All ten company groups that make up the S P index traded mixed with the Materials down 0 1 Financials sector up 0 4 Energy sector was up 0 8 Industrials sector was down 0 1 Technology was up 0 3 while Consumer Staples were down 0 1 The Dow Jones closed down 0 1 or 12 points at 12 709 the S P 500 index up 0 1 or 1 points at 1 316 the Nasdaq ended down 0 1 or 2 points at 2 784 and the smaller cap

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  • Stock Market Analysis: Banks Rush For Bailout Funding | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    the funds out to finance business operations and boost economic activity In London the FTSE 100 index closed down 0 6 or 30 points at 5 390 the German DAX was down 0 9 or 55 points at 5 791 while in France the CAC was down 0 8 or 25 points at 3 030 Spain was down 0 9 and Italy ended down 0 9 Asian Markets Asian stock markets generally rallied yesterday as traders took their lead from the US but trading volumes were thin as many have ruled off their books as we approach the end of the year Improving economic data in the US and and news of the ECB offering boosted sentiment However the Chinese market gave up early gains to finish lower yet again and is still close to 3 years lows Traders continue to be concerned that the Chinese economy is slowing In China the SSE Composite closed down 1 1 or 25 points at 2 191 while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng Index was up 1 9 or 336 points at 18 416 and in Japan the Nikkei 225 Index closed up 1 5 or 123 points at 8 460 The South Korean KOSPI was up 3 1 for the session while the Indian market was up 3 4 Commodities The Dollar Index was higher at 79 98 on a lower Euro while the Australian Dollar last traded lower at 1 009 Commodities prices traded mixed For the session the benchmark crude NYMEX for December delivery was up 1 7 or US1 65 to settle at US98 89 Copper prices are seeking a support level as Copper for December delivery was up 2 2 or 2 2 cents at US3 850 December gold was down 0 2 or US3 70 at US1 612 ASX News Today ASB Austal says the company has won US7 9 million in additional work for the US Navy BSL BlueScope Steel welcomes the advancing of a 100 million payment it will receive from the federal government under the Steel Transformation Plan HTA Vodafone has been put on notice by the communications watchdog over the leaking of personal customer details earlier this year LLC Lend Lease and Leighton Holdings will joint venture to carry out 505 million worth of rail work in Victoria MAH Macmahon Holdings the engineering firm has finalised the contract terms with Fortescue Metals Group for the construction of the Solomon Rail project QRX QRxPharma the pain treatments developer has formed a partnership with a major pharmaceuticals company to bring its leading development to market in the United States TCL Transurban has confirmed the NSW government will go ahead with a 400 million major upgrade of the M5 toll road in Sydney s south west UGL UGL the engineering firm has secured 176 million worth of work with Victoria s Regional Rail Link Authority Ex dividend Date Australian Education Australian Infrastr APA Group Aspen Group BWP Trust Commonwealth Prop Charter Hall Retail Duet Group

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  • ASX Company News: Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    Company News You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008 December 2007 November 2007 October 2007

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  • Pro Pac Packaging Acquires Stanli Packaging | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    welcome aboard the well regarded Stanli Packaging team and look forward to the significant contribution anticipated from their wealth of knowledge and industry experience Pro Pac Packaging Limited is a diversified manufacturing and distribution company providing innovative flexible and rigid packaging solutions for a broad group of customers PPG is headquartered in Sydney with operations in Adelaide Brisbane Melbourne and Perth www ppgaust com au http www traderdealer com au Fundamentals ppg Tags acquisition packaging PPG Pro Pac Packaging ASX Company News UGL Secures Victorian Rail Contract ASX Company News Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year This entry was posted on Thursday December 22nd 2011 at 6 19 am and is filed under ASX Company News You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July

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  • PPG | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    issue to the vendors of 66 667 shares at 45 cents per share Commenting on the acquisition Pro Pac s CEO Brandon Penn said the purchase of the Stanli Packaging business not only complements the Group s existing operations in the region but will add the required critical mass and experience necessary for the new distribution centre that is planned for completion during the third quarter in Wingfield This acquisition is the final in a series of four that was announced earlier in the year and scheduled for completion by the end of the first half of the financial year I take this opportunity to welcome aboard the well regarded Stanli Packaging team and look forward to the significant contribution anticipated from their wealth of knowledge and industry experience Pro Pac Packaging Limited is a diversified manufacturing and distribution company providing innovative flexible and rigid packaging solutions for a broad group of customers PPG is headquartered in Sydney with operations in Adelaide Brisbane Melbourne and Perth www ppgaust com au http www traderdealer com au Fundamentals ppg Tags acquisition packaging PPG Pro Pac Packaging Posted in ASX Company News No Comments ASX Company News Pro Pac Packaging Acquires Heron Professional Products Sunday November 13th 2011 ASX listed national packaging group Pro Pac Packaging Ltd PPG announced the purchase of the business and assets of Heron Professional Products Heron is a Perth based distributor of general industrial packaging products personal protection equipment PPE and safety products with an emphasis on servicing the food sector The business has experienced rapid recent growth and has current annualised turnover exceeding 3m The purchase consideration will be funded from Pro Pac s existing cash resources and will include an issue to the vendors of 66 667 shares at 45 cents per share Commenting on the acquisition Pro Pac s CEO Brandon Penn said the purchase of the Heron business gives Pro Pac an entrée into the food and related sectors in Western Australia and enhances the Group s Western Australian operations Linda Heron brings extensive food industry experience and when combined with Pro Pac s extensive product range creates strong growth opportunities for Pro Pac in Western Australia Pro Pac Packaging Limited is a diversified manufacturing and distribution company providing innovative flexible and rigid packaging solutions for a broad group of customers PPG is headquartered in Sydney with operations in Adelaide Brisbane Melbourne and Perth www ppgaust com au http www traderdealer com au fundamentals ppg Tags acquisition Commercial services Manufacturing packaging PPG Pro Pac Packaging Posted in ASX Company News No Comments ASX Company News Pro Pac Packaging Acquires Space Pac Wednesday October 12th 2011 The national packaging group Pro Pac Packaging Ltd PPG announced the purchase of the business and assets of Space Pac Pty Limited Space Pac is a successful niche void fill business based in Sydney with an annualised turnover of approximately 1 5m and will immediately be integrated into the Company s void fill operation in Marrickville The purchase consideration

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  • Pro-Pac Packaging | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    the issue to the vendors of 66 667 shares at 45 cents per share Commenting on the acquisition Pro Pac s CEO Brandon Penn said the purchase of the Stanli Packaging business not only complements the Group s existing operations in the region but will add the required critical mass and experience necessary for the new distribution centre that is planned for completion during the third quarter in Wingfield This acquisition is the final in a series of four that was announced earlier in the year and scheduled for completion by the end of the first half of the financial year I take this opportunity to welcome aboard the well regarded Stanli Packaging team and look forward to the significant contribution anticipated from their wealth of knowledge and industry experience Pro Pac Packaging Limited is a diversified manufacturing and distribution company providing innovative flexible and rigid packaging solutions for a broad group of customers PPG is headquartered in Sydney with operations in Adelaide Brisbane Melbourne and Perth www ppgaust com au http www traderdealer com au Fundamentals ppg Tags acquisition packaging PPG Pro Pac Packaging Posted in ASX Company News No Comments ASX Company News Pro Pac Packaging Acquires Heron Professional Products Sunday November 13th 2011 ASX listed national packaging group Pro Pac Packaging Ltd PPG announced the purchase of the business and assets of Heron Professional Products Heron is a Perth based distributor of general industrial packaging products personal protection equipment PPE and safety products with an emphasis on servicing the food sector The business has experienced rapid recent growth and has current annualised turnover exceeding 3m The purchase consideration will be funded from Pro Pac s existing cash resources and will include an issue to the vendors of 66 667 shares at 45 cents per share Commenting on the acquisition Pro Pac s CEO Brandon Penn said the purchase of the Heron business gives Pro Pac an entrée into the food and related sectors in Western Australia and enhances the Group s Western Australian operations Linda Heron brings extensive food industry experience and when combined with Pro Pac s extensive product range creates strong growth opportunities for Pro Pac in Western Australia Pro Pac Packaging Limited is a diversified manufacturing and distribution company providing innovative flexible and rigid packaging solutions for a broad group of customers PPG is headquartered in Sydney with operations in Adelaide Brisbane Melbourne and Perth www ppgaust com au http www traderdealer com au fundamentals ppg Tags acquisition Commercial services Manufacturing packaging PPG Pro Pac Packaging Posted in ASX Company News No Comments ASX Company News Pro Pac Packaging Acquires Space Pac Wednesday October 12th 2011 The national packaging group Pro Pac Packaging Ltd PPG announced the purchase of the business and assets of Space Pac Pty Limited Space Pac is a successful niche void fill business based in Sydney with an annualised turnover of approximately 1 5m and will immediately be integrated into the Company s void fill operation in Marrickville The purchase

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