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Listed graphite play Talga Resources in $20m placement

Listed graphite explorer Talga Resources had Euroz Hartleys and Morgan Stanley drumming up interest in a $20 million share placement on Thursday morning.

  • 12 mins ago
  • Anthony Macdonald, Sarah Thompson and Kanika Sood

Magellanโ€™s assets plunge to $50.9b as institutions pull funds

The pain is not over yet for Magellan shareholders as fund redemptions accelerated by a total of $3.6 billion in September.

  • 35 mins ago
  • Jonathan Shapiro

Body scanning biz Evolt 360 picks up Regal, Soul Patts

Body composition scanning business Evolt 360 has picked up a handful of institutional investors, as part of a $12 million private funding round via Bell Potter.ย 

  • 1 hr ago
  • Anthony Macdonald, Sarah Thompson and Kanika Sood

Australia risks losing the race in the great energy reset

Coal power is on its way out, but Australia faces intensifying global competition to build the infrastructure needed to replace it, Transgrid CEO Brett Redman says.

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  • Colin Packham

REITs need a genuine focus on emissions reduction

Tenants will increasingly steer away from less sustainable buildings as they seek out energy cost savings.

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NSWโ€™s vanishing power discounts

Discounts on electricity tariffs in NSW have shrunk from 15 per cent to under 2 per cent in three months as retailers got squeezed by surging wholesale costs.

  • Angela Macdonald-Smith

Opinion & Analysis

Why investors should hate OPECโ€™s oil production cut

There are juicy geopolitical ramifications in the cartelโ€™s decision to reduce output. But for investors, what matters are the implications for inflation and interest rates.ย 

Chanticleer

Columnist

OPECโ€™s oil cuts deliver painful snub to West

The global oil producing cartelโ€™s decision to reduce production is an attack on a global economy that desperately needs the price of crude to remain subdued.

Javier Blas

Contributor

How bank stocks got a double boost from the RBA

The RBAโ€™s smaller-than-expected rate rise has lit a fire under bank stocks. But will investors betting on a boost to their margins be disappointed?

Chanticleer

Columnist

This man made hundreds of millions on coal, why is he selling now?

Trevor St Baker is ploughing the millions he made on coal into his electric vehicle charging network, but there are still plenty of buyers for fossil fuels.

Angela Macdonald-Smith

Senior resources writer

Companies in the News

AGL Energy

agl$7.340
ย 0.82%

Commonwealth Bank

cba$96.950
ย -0.35%

National Australia Bank

nab$30.370
ย -0.46%

Rio Tinto

rio$98.050
ย 0.20%

ASX Limited

asx$71.780
ย -1.32%

Nine Entertainment

nec$2.010
ย -0.99%

Updated: Oct 6, 2022 โ€“ 11.15am. Data is 20 mins delayed.

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The regional towns riding high on a rare boom

Gunnedah and Narrabri in north-western NSW are sharing in an unexpected combination of a mining and agriculture purple patch.

  • Samantha Hutchinson

Why charities could be losers of the Equity Trustees-Insignia deal

Critics say the $135 million transaction would create a supermarket-style duopoly in the century-old market for philanthropic trusteeship.

  • Aleks Vickovich

KKR turns the screws on its target Ramsay

After the better part of two years stalking the private hospital operator, KKR & Co is still empty-handed. Ramsay needs to now focus on its business.

  • Carrie LaFrenz

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OPECโ€™s oil cuts deliver painful snub to West

The global oil producing cartelโ€™s decision to reduce production is an attack on a global economy that desperately needs the price of crude to remain subdued.

  • Javier Blas

Clean and green ETFs now a dominant force in market

ESG-themed ETFs are now universally popular with more than 30 listed on the ASX.

  • Tim Boreham

ESG reporting standards and rules need to speed up

The lack of a consistent framework presents a challenge for companies wanting to do the right thing.

  • Therese Raft

Florence, the machine, hits tunnelling trouble at Snowy 2.0

A 2000-tonne machine, named โ€œFlorenceโ€, had to be freed after getting stuck 450 metres under Kosciuszko national park, piling problems on the construction of the pumped hydro project.

  • Angela Macdonald-Smith and Jenny Wiggins
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How much did Schebesta and Finder lose?

Finder Earn acts like an unsecured loan for clients of Fred Schebestaโ€™s Finder.com.

  • Neil Chenoweth

Grubisa faces ATO liquidation bill, or yet another ban

Dominique Grubisa continues to follow the Donald Trump model of leadership of not admitting fault and simply ignoring the fake news haters.

  • Max Mason

Businesses in a race to commit to net zero

Net-zero promises are being integrated into management decisions and corporate disclosures, but whether these plansย  paying off is not yet known.

  • Nina Hendy

Nest eggs join the net-zero push

A growing numbers of Australians are usingย  their superannuation funds to save the environment.

  • Nina Hendy

Young investors keen to go green, but they want a map

Young investors are keen to invest their funds ethically but they are also sceptical of claims made by businesses.

  • Lucy Dean

Value vs values battle raging despite ESG investing boom

Local investors are over-represented in the $50 trillion market for ethical, social and governance (ESG) investments, but their advisers remain sceptical.

  • Aleks Vickovich

Customers lose as banks, telcos pass buck on scams

NAB adopts a hardline stance against victims of sophisticated scams as telcos and banks are forced together to do more to protect customers.

  • Ayesha de Kretser

Green bonds go mainstream carrying $24 billion in wealth

Global growth has accelerated the flow of funds into green bonds, now considered a credible investment category.

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Private equity building value through ESG

Private equity is going beyond its traditional focus on governance issues of businesses to look more closely at environmental and social factors.

  • Nicki Bourlioufas

Social impact is the soft underbelly of ESG investing

There is an increasing number of investment products that take into account social considerations or try to allocate capital for social good.

  • Christopher Niesche
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ESG reshapes businesses for mums and dads

Many businesses like Ampol are realigning their sense of purpose to incorporate environmental, social and governance principles.

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Yesterday

Vector makes cuts to smart meters field for round two

Thereโ€™s some heavyweight names on the cutting room floor at Vector, after the utility shortlisted parties for its metering auction in the past few days.

  • Anthony Macdonald, Sarah Thompson and Kanika Sood

Engineering services biz SRG Global in investor charm offensive

Listed engineering services business SRG Global is jockeying for investor attention just as Theiss gets ready to take MACA off the ASX boards.

  • Anthony Macdonald, Sarah Thompson and Kanika Sood

Blood biotech Aegros chases $300m-plus float, raising first

Blood plasma biotech Aegros has mapped out plans for $300 million-plus listing on the ASX boards next year, in a bid to lure investors into two nera term private funding rounds.ย 

  • Anthony Macdonald, Sarah Thompson and Kanika Sood

Battery metals, LNG push WA resources to record $231b sales

Jobs in the WA resources sector reach all-time high as sales records continue to tumble.

  • Brad Thompson