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Sky News Australia
Global markets hammered after Brexitvictory for the Brexit vote. Britain's departure from the EU after 43 years ra
Global markets hammered after Brexit
Sky News Australia / Posted 15 hours ago
victory for the Brexit vote. Britain's departure from the EU after 43 years raises uncertainty that investors don't like, Patersons Securities economist Tony Farnham said. 'There's quite a few unknowns: what will the UK Parliament think of this,... Read more
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16h
Queensland Times
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASXfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASX
Queensland Times / Posted 16 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told News Corp. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb... Read more
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16h
The Morning Bulletin
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASXfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASX
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told News Corp. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb... Read more
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16h
News Mail
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASXfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASX
News Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told News Corp. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb... Read more
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16h
Daily Examiner
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASXfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASX
Daily Examiner / Posted 16 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told News Corp. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb... Read more
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17h
Northern Star
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASXfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASX
Northern Star / Posted 17 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told News Corp. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb... Read more
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17h
The Daily Mercury
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASXfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASX
The Daily Mercury / Posted 17 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told News Corp. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb... Read more
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17h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASXfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit uncertainty wipes $70 billion off ASX
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told News Corp. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb... Read more
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18h
The Courier Mail
Brexit wipes $70b from marketfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit wipes $70b from market
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event,” Patersons Securities’ economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told AFP. “So our markets are reacting to the ebb and... Read more
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18h
Daily Telegraph
Brexit wipes $70b from marketfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Brexit wipes $70b from market
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event,” Patersons Securities’ economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told AFP. “So our markets are reacting to the ebb and... Read more
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18h
Channel NewsAsia
Tokyo stocks dive more than 8% on Brexit shockfinancial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are fo
Tokyo stocks dive more than 8% on Brexit shock
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 hours ago
financial markets, not just stocks but also the dollar and bond markets, are forward scouts for this particular event," Patersons Securities' economist and market strategist Tony Farnham told AFP. "So our markets are reacting to the ebb and... Read more
2d
TheBull
Aust shares swing ahead of Brexit votegainers. "I can't see any reason why investors would eye gains unless they tru
Aust shares swing ahead of Brexit vote
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
gainers. "I can't see any reason why investors would eye gains unless they truly believe the Brexit threat has passed," Patersons strategist Tony Farnham said. "There will be this air of uncertainty until we start to get the results from the... Read more
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WA Today
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whet
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whether the UK would leave the European Union, Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Metcash was the day's worst performing stock after releasing its full year results on... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whet
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whether the UK would leave the European Union, Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Metcash was the day's worst performing stock after releasing its full year results on... Read more
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4d
Brisbane Times
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whet
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whether the UK would leave the European Union, Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Metcash was the day's worst performing stock after releasing its full year results on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whet
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whether the UK would leave the European Union, Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. "There was a degree of foundation [to the rally], it was not just buying for buying's... Read more
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4d
The Age
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whet
ASX posts best day in six weeks as 'Brexit' odds wane
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
"remain" camp had gained the upper hand ahead of the June 23 referendum on whether the UK would leave the European Union, Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. "There was a degree of foundation [to the rally], it was not just buying for buying's... Read more
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7d
TheBull
18 Share Tips - 6 Aprilmay delay a sustained recovery. There are better alternatives in today’s sharem
18 Share Tips - 6 April
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
may delay a sustained recovery. There are better alternatives in today’s sharemarket environment. Ben Polkinghorne, Patersons Securities BUY RECOMMENDATIONS Independence Group (IGO) Independence Group produces between 8000 and 9000 tonnes... Read more
7d
Swissinfo
Asian Stocks Rebound as Weaker Yen Boosts Topix Amid Brexit Betshas been placed on hold and that to an extent steadied the market,” Tony Farnha
Asian Stocks Rebound as Weaker Yen Boosts Topix Amid Brexit Bets
Swissinfo / Posted 7 days ago
has been placed on hold and that to an extent steadied the market,” Tony Farnham, a Sydney-based strategist at Patersons Securities Ltd., said by phone. “There’s a significant number of people still undecided and that’s really the swing... Read more
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Swissinfo
Most Asian Stock Futures Rise as Brexit Odds Ease; Crude Slidesterrorism. “Campaigning has been placed on hold and that to an extent steadied
Most Asian Stock Futures Rise as Brexit Odds Ease; Crude Slides
Swissinfo / Posted 7 days ago
terrorism. “Campaigning has been placed on hold and that to an extent steadied the market,” Tony Farnham, a strategist at Patersons Securities Ltd. in Sydney, said by phone. “There’s a significant number of people still undecided and that’s really... Read more
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10d
TheBull
Aust share market slides on uncertaintyis certainly a degree of cautiousness. Markets don't like uncertainty and we ha
Aust share market slides on uncertainty
TheBull / Posted 10 days ago
is certainly a degree of cautiousness. Markets don't like uncertainty and we have spades of that in the next few days," Patersons strategist Tony Farnham said. The local market took its cues from the stumble on Wall Street overnight, making it... Read more
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22d
Zero Hedge
Global Markets Flat, Coiled Ahead Of Today's Risk Events: OPEC And The ECBparticularly when Abe said he’s thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives,”
Global Markets Flat, Coiled Ahead Of Today's Risk Events: OPEC And The ECB
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
particularly when Abe said he’s thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives,” said Tony Farnham, a Sydney-based analyst at Patersons Securities Ltd. "That should have the U.S. dollar on the back foot for a period of time. There’s certainly nothing... Read more
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22d
Channel NewsAsia
Yen builds on gains, stocks swing ahead of US jobs reportparticularly when Abe said he's thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives,"
Yen builds on gains, stocks swing ahead of US jobs report
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
particularly when Abe said he's thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives," Tony Farnham, Sydney-based analyst at Patersons Securities, told Bloomberg News. "That should have the US dollar on the back foot for a period of time." In... Read more
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22d
The Manila Times
Yen builds on gains, stocks swing ahead of US jobs reportparticularly when Abe said he’s thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives,”
Yen builds on gains, stocks swing ahead of US jobs report
The Manila Times / Posted 22 days ago
particularly when Abe said he’s thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives,” Tony Farnham, Sydney-based analyst at Patersons Securities, told Bloomberg News. “That should have the US dollar on the back foot for a period of time.” In... Read more
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22d
The Manila Times
Tokyo shares slump as surging yen hits exportersparticularly when Abe said he’s thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives,”
Tokyo shares slump as surging yen hits exporters
The Manila Times / Posted 22 days ago
particularly when Abe said he’s thinking about doing more fiscal initiatives,” Tony Farnham, Sydney-based analyst at Patersons Securities, told Bloomberg News. “That should have the US dollar on the back foot for a period of time.” In... Read more
24d
TheBull
Aust stocks slip as energy, miners weighmining and retail-focused stocks leading the losses. "We started cautiously, b
Aust stocks slip as energy, miners weigh
TheBull / Posted 24 days ago
mining and retail-focused stocks leading the losses. "We started cautiously, but then the market has fallen away a bit," Patersons strategist Tony Farnham said. "There is an unwillingness to push the market above the 5,400 level until there is... Read more
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25d
WA Today
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. The S&P/ASX 200 ended tr
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. The S&P/ASX 200 ended trade up 2 points, or 0.04 per cent, at 5408. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said ahead of Monday's US Memorial Day holiday and a bank holiday in the UK a relatively... Read more
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25d
The Age
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400back of a weaker yen and fuelled by talk that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would p
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
back of a weaker yen and fuelled by talk that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said ahead of Monday's US Memorial Day holiday and a bank holiday in the UK a relatively... Read more
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25d
Canberra Times
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. The S&P/ASX 200 ended tr
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. The S&P/ASX 200 ended trade up 2 points, or 0.04 per cent, at 5408. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said ahead of Monday's US Memorial Day holiday and a bank holiday in the UK a relatively... Read more
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25d
Brisbane Times
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. The S&P/ASX 200 ended tr
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
Brisbane Times / Posted 25 days ago
Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. The S&P/ASX 200 ended trade up 2 points, or 0.04 per cent, at 5408. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said ahead of Monday's US Memorial Day holiday and a bank holiday in the UK a relatively... Read more
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25d
Sydney Morning Herald
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400back of a weaker yen and fuelled by talk that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would p
ASX posts tiny gain but a lack of catalysts keep it stuck near 5400
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
back of a weaker yen and fuelled by talk that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would postpone next year's planned sales tax hike. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said ahead of Monday's US Memorial Day holiday and a bank holiday in the UK a relatively... Read more
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29d
Brisbane Times
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing hereIt's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," sai
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing here
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 days ago
It's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," said Jason Chesters, a Perth-based analyst with Patersons Securities. "I don't know if that stamp of approval will be there just yet" because the operating unit has been in... Read more
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29d
WA Today
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing hereIt's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," sai
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing here
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
It's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," said Jason Chesters, a Perth-based analyst with Patersons Securities. "I don't know if that stamp of approval will be there just yet" because the operating unit has been in... Read more
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29d
The Age
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing hereIt's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," sai
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing here
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
It's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," said Jason Chesters, a Perth-based analyst with Patersons Securities. "I don't know if that stamp of approval will be there just yet" because the operating unit has been in... Read more
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29d
Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing hereIt's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," sai
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing here
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
It's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," said Jason Chesters, a Perth-based analyst with Patersons Securities. "I don't know if that stamp of approval will be there just yet" because the operating unit has been in... Read more
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29d
Canberra Times
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing hereIt's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," sai
Australia's fastest-growing food company sells nothing here
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
It's also considering buying local businesses. "Perception is everything," said Jason Chesters, a Perth-based analyst with Patersons Securities. "I don't know if that stamp of approval will be there just yet" because the operating unit has been in... Read more
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1m
TheBull
Aust stocks start loweriron ore and oil prices retreated. "People are struggling to find something to
Aust stocks start lower
TheBull / Posted a month ago
iron ore and oil prices retreated. "People are struggling to find something to justify a big move one way or another," Patersons strategist Tony Farnham said. "Investors will be looking out for any follow-up selling after iron ore prices fell,... Read more

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