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Viva Energy launches its $5 billion ASX float, but not all is for sale

Viva Energy launches its $5 billion ASX float, but not all is for sale

The fuel refiner and retailer has kicked off the largest IPO on the ASX in four years, but says a large part of its shares will remain in British hands.

  • by Cole Latimer

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8@eight: ASX set to rise but markets getting jittery over trade war
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8@eight: ASX set to rise but markets getting jittery over trade war

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Ilya Spivak & John Kicklighter
8@eight: ASX poised to open higher despite trade tensions
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8@eight: ASX poised to open higher despite trade tensions

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by John Kicklighter and Ilya Spivak
A worldwide financial storm is brewing as central banks pick their poison
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A worldwide financial storm is brewing as central banks pick their poison

Central banks are on the warpath and the flow of monetary stimulus to the international financial system is drying up.

  • by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
8@eight: ASX set for flat start as trade tensions hover
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8@eight: ASX set for flat start as trade tensions hover

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by John Kicklighter and Ilya Spivak
8@eight: Strong start on cards for ASX
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8@eight: Strong start on cards for ASX

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by John Kicklighter and Ilya Spivak
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8@eight: ASX to open lower as Fed signals two more rate rises
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8@eight: ASX to open lower as Fed signals two more rate rises

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by John Kicklighter and Ilya Spivak
Why Wall Street isn't freaking out about Trump
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Why Wall Street isn't freaking out about Trump

Ominous headlines have dominated the news since Donald Trump was elected president have left the world at large on edge. But not investors.

  • by Barry Ritholtz
Fed raises rates, lifts forecasts for more 2018 rises
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Fed raises rates, lifts forecasts for more 2018 rises

Federal Reserve officials raised interest rates for the second time this year and upgraded their forecast to four total increases in 2018.

  • by Craig Torres
Brace yourself: Why the fallout from the next GFC will be much worse
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Brace yourself: Why the fallout from the next GFC will be much worse

Most investments are much less liquid than people think. If investors don't start preparing now, they are going to be dangerously exposed.

  • by Satyajit Das
Chinese investors wary of Australia as tensions linger
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Chinese investors wary of Australia as tensions linger

For the first time in three years, Chinese investment in Australia has dropped.

  • by Michael Heath