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Baby Bunting in growth spurt as rivals fall away

Baby Bunting in growth spurt as rivals fall away

Baby Bunting has strengthened its position as the dominant speciality baby retailer, picking up significant market share after a string of rivals collapsed.

  • by Patrick Hatch

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'Stealth downgrade': Tough retailing, property conditions bite landlord Vicinity
Vicinity Centres

'Stealth downgrade': Tough retailing, property conditions bite landlord Vicinity

Landlord Vicinity Centres has put the sale of further shopping centres on hold as tough property market conditions hit its half-year profit.

  • by Simon Johanson
Medibank will act as 'white knight' if rivals fall to premium caps
Medibank Private

Medibank will act as 'white knight' if rivals fall to premium caps

Medibank Group chief executive Craig Drummond warned of the unintended consequences of Labor's proposal to cap health insurance premium rises. He said it is the smaller not-for-profit players which would suffer most and Medibank would be ready to pounce if a distressed rival falters in a "challenging environment".

  • by Colin Kruger
AMP shares plunge 10 per cent as group warns of a difficult 2019
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AMP

AMP shares plunge 10 per cent as group warns of a difficult 2019

AMP's hammering from the banking royal commission just got worse.

  • by Sarah Danckert
Dividend bonanza for Woodside investors ahead of possible tax change
Woodside Petroleum

Dividend bonanza for Woodside investors ahead of possible tax change

The oil and gas giant has hiked its full-year dividend above $US1 for the first time since 2015.

  • by Cole Latimer
Stellar profit lifts Magellan shares to record high
Magellan Financial Group

Stellar profit lifts Magellan shares to record high

Soaring performance fees and a steady inflow of new retail investors has boosted Magellan Financial Group's half-year profit.

  • by Stephen Miles
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Management fee surge propels Magellan profit
Magellan Financial Group

Management fee surge propels Magellan profit

Wealth manager Magellan Financial Group posted strong first-half results as its average funds under management surged 35 per cent to more than $72.1 billion.

  • by Stephen Miles
Market draws blood as CSL fails to beat high expectations
CSL Limited

Market draws blood as CSL fails to beat high expectations

CSL paid a high price for meeting, but not beating, market expectations on Wednesday with its shares dropping sharply despite a $US1.2 billion ($1.7 billion) first half profit and a lift to its full year earnings guidance.

  • by Colin Kruger
Challenger profit slumps as 'market volatility' bites
Challenger Limited

Challenger profit slumps as 'market volatility' bites

Challenger's net profit in the six months ended December 31 plunged to just $6.1 million from $195.4 million in the same period a year earlier.

  • by Stephen Miles
$2.7b on the line as ASX's most shorted stocks report results
Markets

$2.7b on the line as ASX's most shorted stocks report results

Investors are poised for a big week of earnings, with a number of the local sharemarket's most shorted stocks set to report their results this week.

  • by William McInnes
Weakening domestic economy to crimp company earnings
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Weakening domestic economy to crimp company earnings

Profits are under pressure for top 200 companies, with aggregate earnings growth tipped to be below average at 4.25 per cent for 2018-2019.

  • by Stephen Miles