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  • Riser Buoyancy Modules | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    on one of our key strategies which is to strengthen our position as the global leader in the manufacture supply and service of subsea buoyancy systems through continuous improvement in quality and manufacturing processes It also displays our client s confidence in our product our processes and our ability to deliver Matrix Composites Engineering Ltd MC E Matrix is involved in the design manufacturer and service of engineered products using advanced composite and polymer materials for use in the oil and gas and resources industries It is the global leader in the manufacturer of riser buoyancy modules and the only major company in Australia that manufactures and exports equipment for the oil and gas industry www matrixap com au http www traderdealer com au fundamentals mce Tags Engineering Services Matrix Composites and Engineering MCE Oil and Gas Riser Buoyancy Modules Posted in ASX Company News No Comments 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

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  • Stock Market Analysis: North Asian Markets On Edge Over Destabilisation Fears | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    and a new credit crunch in 2012 The ECB also said that we may see the failure of two or more European banks before we see the eurozone resolution In London the FTSE 100 index closed down 0 4 or 22 points at 5 365 the German DAX was down 0 6 or 31 points at 5 365 while in France the CAC was up 0 1 or 2 points at 2 972 Spain up 0 6 and Italy ended down 0 2 Asian Markets Asian stock markets dropped sharply yesteray as news of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il s death ignited fears of instability on the Korean Peninsula North Asia stocks markets all sold down on the news with the South Korean share market plunging tolowest level since mid October Some of these markets came off their lows as ratings agencies retained South Korea s credit ratings but warned that Kim s death was destabilising Across the region growth sensitive stocks continued to underperform as investors are concerned about the worsening global growth outlook In China the SSE Composite was closed down 0 3 or 6 points at 2 218 while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng Index was dwon 1 2 or 215 points at 18 070 and in Japan the Nikkei 225 Index was closed down 1 3 or 105 points at 8 402 South Korean KOSPI was down 3 4 for the session while the Indian market was down 0 7 Commodities The Dollar Index was higher at 80 36 on a lower Euro while the Australian Dollar last traded lower at 98 96 Commodities prices traded mixed For the session the Benchmark crude NYMEX for December delivery was yp 0 3 or US0 32 settle at US93 78 Copper prices are seeking a support level as Copper for December delivery was down 0 7 or 2 3 cents at US3 2860 December gold was down 0 1 or U1 20 at US1 599 ASX News Today BBG Billabong International the surfwear giant shares plunged after a profit warning from raising fears that the difficult Christmas trading perdiod could prove even worse that expected BEN Bendigo and Adelaide Bank increased its capital raising venture to 150 million due to strong demand from institutional investors DLX DuluxGroup says a resilient home renovation market and improved performances from its trade businesses will drive net profit higher in 2012 LLA The owner of Victorian ski resorts Hotham and Falls Creek has recommended shareholders accept a 140 million takeover offer from Europe s Merlin Entertainments Group NCM Newcrest mining has reduced its full year gold production guidance by about 6 because of a production disruptions and lower grades and recoveries QAN Qantas and its engineers have ended their dispute with the Australian Licenced Aircraft Engineers Association saying it has locked in job security for its members WOW Woolworths hotel group has purchased 31 hotels in NSW from the Laundy Waugh and De Angelis Groups WPL Woodside Petroleum denies it

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  • 2011 December | Online Stockmarket Trading Update - Part 2
    Company News No Comments Stock Market Analysis Markets End Lower For The Week Monday December 19th 2011 US stock markets ended lower for the week as the eurozone debt crisis continued to weigh on investor sentiment The quarterly occurrence traders refer to as quadruple witching did not impact volatility European stock markets finished mostly lower The Stoxx Europe 600 edged down again 0 4 Asian stock markets closed broadly higher on Friday but were down for the week Traders continue to show caution Commodities prices traded higher as gold prices moved higher to US1 593 and crude oil closed around US94 The SPI Futures is trading above the key pivot level of 4180 ending down 0 2 or 10 points at 4 124 The key levels for our index today are 4230 to 4100 On Friday Australian stocks broke their three day losing streak following positive data from the US and a successful Spanish bond auction However the indexes were lower by around 1 and down for a second week There was concern among bank investors in the morning session after an unsourced report in the Australian Financial Review claimed that the banking regulator APRA had ordered the banking sector to stress test their portfolios for an economic shock within the next week This test was said to include modelling of a contraction in gross domestic product the unemployment rate climbing to 12 percent as well as a 30 percent decline in house prices and a 40 per cent drop in commercial property values However ANZ chairman John Morschel rejected the reports describing the claims as not correct Retail shares were hammered on Friday after JB Hi Fi released a profit warning after market close on Thursday saying that even though sales were broadly in line with earlier guidance profits had been hit by steep price deflation particularly in TV panels which had fallen by 20 percent to 25 percent and that earnings before interest and tax for the six months to 31 December would be about 5 percent below the previous corresponding period JB hi Fi shares plunged 15 on the news and the whole retail sector was down over 5 at one stage but retailers did mange to finish off their lows for the session Shares in the All Ordinaries XAO closed up 0 5 at 4219 on Friday and the S P ASX 200 XJO closed up 0 5 at 4152 Aussie traders are expected to look for defensive bargains today after the mixed leads from the US and European markets as traders fears over the eurozone debt crisis remain elevated and US economic data boosted sentiment The selling in the materials stocks is likely to ease as commodities prices recovered Note that on average the markets rise around 4 9 in the last two weeks of December and with the recent sell off we are set up for some recovery in the next few trading days Remember options expiry on Thursday See below for ASX listed companies in the news today Economics News Today Nov Foreign Exchange Transactions and Holdings of Official Reserve Assets Nov New Motor Vehicles sales Dec Consumer Inflationary Expectations Survey Dec RBA Bulletin US Markets US stock markets ended lower for the week as the eurozone debt crisis continued to weigh on investor sentiment The Dow Jones Index finished below the 12 000 level while in the broader markes the S P 500 and Nasdaq crept higher on Friday which also marked the quarterly occurrence traders refer to as quadruple witching when stock and exchange traded fund options expire and when December index options index futures and single stock futures all expire simultaneously Volatilty remained steady In economic data the US consumer price index was unchanged in November as a drop in energy costs offset a slight rise in food prices and other items inline with expectations Most of the ten company groups that make up the S P index traded higher with Materials up 0 7 Energy up 1 1 Financials up 0 5 Industrials up 0 7 Technology up 0 3 while Consumer Staples were down 0 3 The Dow Jones closed down 0 1 or 2 points at 11 866 the S P 500 index closed up 0 3 or 4 points at 1 219 the Nasdaq ended up 0 6 or 14 points at 2 555 and the smaller cap Russell 2000 was up 0 3 European Markets European stock markets finished mostly lower The Stoxx Europe 600 edged down again by 0 4 Markets continued to pull back as traders questioned the EU leaders ability and commitment to address the worsening debt crisis in the face of faltering economic growth and the threat of more credit downgrades from rating agencies Ratings agencies cast mixed opinions over the eurozone majors as Standard Poor s threatened to cut sovereign ratings not only for many peripheral euro zone countries but even Germany and France both of which currently enjoy the top notch AAA rating The Fitch Ratings agency placed six eurozone nations including Spain Ireland Belgium and Italy on watch for downgrade which cast a shadow over the eurozone Fitch has spared France from possible cuts reaffirming its AAA rating but has lowered France s rating outlook to negative from stable citing a 50 50 chance France could lose its AAA rating over the next two years Investors chose caution on the news The debt laden Italian and Spanish economies are suffering from spiking eurozone borrowing costs which are at EU era highs The eurozone problems with sovereign debt are threatening to impact on the French and the German economies which are the largest of the eurozone nations and are now at risk of losing their top notch investment rating In London the FTSE 100 index closed down 0 3 or 13 points at 5 387 the German DAX was down 0 5 or 29 points at 5 701 while in France the CAC was down 0 9 or 26 points at 2 972 Spain was down 0 4 and Italy ended down 0 3 Asian Markets Asian markets closed broadly higher on Friday but were down for the week Traders continue to show caution as the news out of the eurozone becomes increasingly bleak The Chinese Shanghai Composite which is trading at close to 3 year lows rose 2 on Friday snapping a 6 week losing streak The fortunes for Aisa into the new year will depend on global economic activity Chinese demand the US Fed QE3 and whether the EU leaders can implement some coordinated rescue plan for the PIIGS economies In China the SSE Composite closed up 2 1 or 44 points at 2 225 while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng Index was up 1 4 or 258 points at 18 285 and in Japan the Nikkei 225 Index closed up 0 3 or 24 points at 8 402 The South Korean KOSPI was up 1 2 for the session while the Indian market was down 2 2 Commodities The Dollar Index was lower at 80 26 on a higher Euro while the Australian Dollar last traded lower at 99 82 Commodities prices traded higher For the session the benchmark crude NYMEX for December delivery was down 0 4 or US0 34 to settle at US93 78 Copper prices are seeking a support level as Copper for December delivery was up 1 9 or 6 4 cents at US3 3350 December gold was up 1 3 or U21 00 at US1 593 ASX News Today ANZ ANZ Bank says that the European debt crisis is increasing the cost of funds CCL Coca Cola Amatil says its second half profit will fall by 0 5 percent because of a stronger Australian dollar It also confirmed its exit from the Pacific Beverages brewing joint venture with SABMiller and indicated it expects to pay up to 180 million for Foster s ready to drink RTD spirits business BEN Bendigo and Adelaide Bank will pay about 130 million for Bank of Cypress Australia which caters to the Greek and Cypriot communities in NSW Victoria and South Australia CTX Caltex expects a drop in profit in 2011 due to challenging trading conditions and disruptions to its operations IAG Insurance Australia Group has bought New Zealand s second largest general insurer for NZ380 million JBH JB Hi Fi released a profit warning saying that even though sales were broadly in line with earlier guidance profits had been hit by steep price deflation particularly in TV panels which had fallen by 20 to 25 percent and that earnings before interest and tax for the six months to 31 December would be down 5 percent Local Corporate Reporting DuluxGroup Ltd DLX AU Full year 2011 AGM Ex dividend Date SingTel SGT Market Summary ASX to open higher US UK Europe higher Commodities Stock Index up 0 1 Gold Stocks Index down 1 7 Oil Stocks Index down 0 1 US ADRs Broadly Mixed BHP down 0 6 RIO down 1 1 AWC down 2 6 ANZ up 0 2 NAB up 0 2 NEM up 0 2 JHX up NWS down 0 2 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 Business News Commodities Crude Oil Dividend European Markets gold price Stock Market Analysis trading US Market wrap Posted in Morning Wrap Stock Market Analysis No Comments Weekly Market Wrap Prospects For A Christmas Rally Wane Friday December 16th 2011 Once again global markets have been driven by news in and around Europe The week began positively after news that eurozone leaders had agreed to establish closer fiscal direction to address the sovereign debt crisis At the EU summit in Brussels the 17 countries of the eurozone formally agreed to run only minimal budget deficits in the future and allowed the European Court of Justice the right to take action against national laws that do not enforce such discipline which is seen as a major move towards eurozone national sovereignty over budget policy However as the week progressed investors became nervous about the length of time it will take to see action on these resolutions plus a number of US ratings agencies said the resolutions would not stave off potential downgrades into the new year European bond auctions have picked up this week There was strong demand at a European Financial Stability Facility EFSF bond auction which sold EUR1 97 billion of three month treasury bills opting to raise shorter term funding after last month having problems with a 10 year bond sale in November Also on the bond front an auction of short term Spanish debt exceeded targets with the Treasury selling EUR4 94 billion of 12 month and 18 month bills However borrowing costs remain at euro era record highs Asian markets continued to suffer the brunt of selling due to the eurozone debt crisis Across the region the resource sector suffered heavy losses this week after commodity prices plunged due to a surging US dollar on the back of increasing concerns over the eurozone debt crisis China was in the news again as Chinese factory output shrank again in December after new orders fell The HSBC flash PMI showed that manufacturers are struggling in the wake of shrinking global demand and the tight domestic credit environment For the year the MSCI Asia ex Japan index is now down over 20 for 2011 signaling a bear market The Japanese and the Hong Kong markets have dropped another 3 this week and the Japanese market is down over 17 for the year In China the Shanghai Composite is down around 22 for the year and is trading at lows not seen since March 2009 which explains why our mining sector is struggling US stock markets have given back recent gains this week as investors were disappointed over the lack of a detailed action plan from the EU summit and by remarks from Federal Reserve officials that they will not be taking any immediate actions to stimulate the US economy They left their options open for 2012 however The Dow Jones Index is hovering around 12 000 as momentum is waning into the year s end Economic data points to an improving picture for the US however the debt crisis in Europe dominates sentiment Iranian US relations have been in the news this week initially with rumours that Iran was going to close the Strait of Hormuz located between Iran and Oman the Middle East oil shipping channel Oil prices initially spiked but then retraced when the rumours proved unfounded Also the Iranian government had a win in the spy game after they acquired a US spy plane by hacking into the plane s guidance system The US dollar index surged higher again this week and this has caused commodity prices to plummet The major metals have continued to pull back from their recent highs with gold smashing through the US1 600 level and crude oil plunging below to US94 per barrel while copper has broken to US3 30 per pound Stay tuned for further developments however with the Christmas season fast approaching and with trading volumes down we are set to limp into the year end Note it is options expiry next week and if we see any window dressing by fund managers you would be well served to hedge your positions as we head into 2012 Outlook 2012 The outlook for the global economy in 2012 is further uncertainty as the European debt crisis will dominate causing a recession in Europe and faltering global economic growth The sharp slowdown in China is evidenced by the state of its share market and the huge pullbacks in commodities prices as Chinese demand falters and this too will impact on global growth China is taking steps to capitalise on a once in a thousand year buying opportunity and has established a Chinese US300 billion Sovereign Wealth Fund that will be scouring the globe to acquires hard assets as opposed to propping up debt laden eurozone economies Expect global growth weaken further in 2012 and for trade protectionism to escalate as there is a rush to debase fiat currencies around the globe In Australia investors should be staying defensive and investing in companies with shares prices that are supported by solid earnings growth and consistent dividend streams The interest rate futures market is indicating that the RBA will be cutting interest rates down towards 3 percent in the next six months and this is a warning about what may be in store for our economy for 2012 as global economic growth stalls On a more positive note in our Analyst s Eye this week we have searched the ASX share market to identify stocks to put on your watch list for 2012 Also take advantage of any year end rally to hedge your portfolios as we head into 2012 Our View For Australia This Week Our market has once again found resistance around the 4350 level is trading below its 50 day moving average which sits around 4200 Recently we have been talking about the line in the sand being around the 4150 level which remains significant as we trade into the end of the year The 4180 pivot level is crucial in the short term Aussie shares have again been held hostage to the events in Europe this week and our growth sensitive resource stocks have been hit after disappointing data out of China and the plunging commodities prices The news out of the EU summit proved to disappoint investors and ratings agencies alike The Aussie market has retraced from its key resistance level and is now trading at the mid point of its medium term trading range The bulls have continued to relinquish control of this market this week and we need to bounce from here to have any hope of a rally into the year end We said last week that in order for this market to sustain a year end rally it needs to hold above 4180 well it has managed that but the index is trading below its 50 day moving average The 200 day moving average which sits around 4 400 still offers significant resistance for any positive momentum into the end of the year This week s sell off has set up from a bounce into options expiry at the end of next week but take this opportunity to hedge your positions into the new year Investors should be looking to utilise options strategies to protect their positions Options can also be used to protect your profits and manage your risk in this type of market Remain attuned to the news from overseas particularly from the EU China and the US regarding their economic growth and debt issues 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 down 1 this week The index is currently trading at 4156 and is trading just below the key pivot level around the 4180 Key levels for the index next week will be 4080 and 4280 with 4180 the key pivot level Here s wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year By Michael Hevern MDS Trading Desk Posted in Stock Market Analysis 1 Comment Stocks for the Christmas Hamper Friday December 16th 2011 Investors have generally had a tough year in 2011 so to finish up our Analyst s Eye series for the year we thought it may be worth noting what stocks you could consider for 2012 At this stage the prospects for 2012 remain uncertain We know that the eurozone will still be troubled by mounting sovereign debt and slowing global growth prospects One way to trade into the New Year is to take a more domestic focus trading in stocks

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  • Stock Market Analysis: Markets Nervoursly Trade Higher | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    of its target of EUR203 5 billion The process has been keeping the euro dollar at artificially high levels Banks across the region were under pressure early after the Moody s Investors Service said it may downgrade the subordinated debt of 87 European banks and news reports that the French triple A credit rating could be under scrutiny for a potential downgrade by Standard Poor s Ratings Service UBS also dampened sentiment when they downgraded its gross domestic product GDP forecasts for the eurozone in 2012 to a 0 7 contraction from a previous estimate of 0 2 growth and bringing forward their prediction that the region s recession will likely now start in the fourth quarter of this year As if that was not enough for investors to worry about they are also monitoring the outcome of a two day meeting of eurozone finance ministers in Brussels where the ministers are expected to finalise the changes to the European Financial Stability Facility EFSF and decide on the next tranche of aid to Greece In London the FTSE 100 index closed up 0 5 or 24 points at 5 337 the German DAX was up 1 0 or 55 points at 5 799 while in France the CAC was up 0 5 or 14 points at 3 026 Spain up 0 1 and Italy ended up 0 3 Asian Markets Asian stock markets ended mostly higher yesterday after news that the US Black Friday which is the start of the Christmas shopping season produced figures that were better than expected and there was also optimism that European leaders are inching closer towards addressing the eurozone crisis Around the region major exporters which rely heavily on end of year sales rose after the solid start to the US shopping season resource stocks rose on higher commodity prices and the banks continued to bounce In China the SSE Composite was closed up 1 2 or 29 points at 2 412 while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng Index was up 1 2 or 218 points at 18 256 and in Japan the Nikkei 225 Index was closed up 2 3 or 255 points at 8 477 South Korean KOSPI was up 2 0 for the session while the Indian market was down 1 0 Commodities The Dollar Index was lower at 79 04 on a higher Euro while the Australian Dollar last traded higher at 1 000 Commodities prices traded higher For the session the Benchmark crude NYMEX for December delivery was up 2 0 or US1 97 settle at US99 75 Copper prices are seeking a support level as Copper for December delivery was up 1 2 or 3 cents at US3 3580 December gold was up 1 5 or US25 30 at US1 710 ASX News Today AGG AngloGold Ashanti has reported a substantial increase in the gold resource estimate for its Tropicana project in Western Australia AUN AUstar the regional pay TV operator has welcomed the competition regulator delaying

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  • Share Purchase Plan: Callabonna Uranium | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    Cape Alumina Stock Market Analysis Markets Nervoursly Trade Higher This entry was posted on Wednesday November 30th 2011 at 6 04 am and is filed under Share Purchase Plan SPP 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

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  • Callabonna Uranium | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    5 0 Liquidity Poor Profitability Poor Stability Poor www callabonna com au Note Discount is based on the closing price on the 29 November 2011 Tags Callabonna Uranium CUU Share Purchase Plan SPP Posted in Share Purchase Plan SPP No Comments 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 September 2007 August

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  • CUU | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    5 0 Liquidity Poor Profitability Poor Stability Poor www callabonna com au Note Discount is based on the closing price on the 29 November 2011 Tags Callabonna Uranium CUU Share Purchase Plan SPP Posted in Share Purchase Plan SPP No Comments 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 September 2007 August

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  • Share Purchase Plan: Cape Alumina | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    ASX Company News Ausmon Resources Enters Power Plant Joint Venture Share Purchase Plan Callabonna Uranium This entry was posted on Wednesday November 30th 2011 at 6 01 am and is filed under Share Purchase Plan SPP 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

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