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TheBull
Aust stocks track Wall Street higherwas up 0.57 per cent at 1020 AEST with most sectors in the green, led by gains
Aust stocks track Wall Street higher
TheBull / Posted 20 hours ago
was up 0.57 per cent at 1020 AEST with most sectors in the green, led by gains from the major banks and health stocks. Patersons Securities economist Tony Farnham said the financial sector led US shares higher overnight, following positive... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Valley couple's role in developing coffee cultureweather can affect the coffee," she said. "If it's too hot, too cold, you have
Valley couple's role in developing coffee culture
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
weather can affect the coffee," she said. "If it's too hot, too cold, you have to adjust your grind to compensate." The Patersons have also experimented with a variety of roasts in that time, before settling on Vivo while at Purple Haze. "Vivo... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Analysts mixed on prospects for WA Goldfields' uranium minesminers. Due to the extended processing requirements of the nuclear fuel cycle,
Analysts mixed on prospects for WA Goldfields' uranium mines
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
miners. Due to the extended processing requirements of the nuclear fuel cycle, most purchases are made well in advance. Patersons Securities' Simon Tonkin said China would be the chief force behind increasing demand in coming years. "They're... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX slips as investors take profitsdespite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US
ASX slips as investors take profits
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
despite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US revealing a surprising rise in stockpiles. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said movements in global markets were cautious as investors awaited news from the US Federal... Read more
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The Age
ASX slips as investors take profitsdespite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US
ASX slips as investors take profits
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
despite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US revealing a surprising rise in stockpiles. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said movements in global markets were cautious as investors awaited news from the US Federal... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX slips as investors take profitsdespite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US
ASX slips as investors take profits
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
despite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US revealing a surprising rise in stockpiles. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said movements in global markets were cautious as investors awaited news from the US Federal... Read more
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WA Today
ASX slips as investors take profitsdespite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US
ASX slips as investors take profits
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
despite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US revealing a surprising rise in stockpiles. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said movements in global markets were cautious as investors awaited news from the US Federal... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX slips as investors take profitsdespite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US
ASX slips as investors take profits
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
despite oil prices sliding 3 per cent in the wake of inventory data from the US revealing a surprising rise in stockpiles. Patersons economist Tony Farnham said movements in global markets were cautious as investors awaited news from the US Federal... Read more
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TheBull
Australian stocks end lowerBHP Billiton and Woodside Petroleum lost ground on the back of lower oil prices
Australian stocks end lower
TheBull / Posted 20 days ago
BHP Billiton and Woodside Petroleum lost ground on the back of lower oil prices and mixed base metal prices overnight, Patersons Securities economist Tony Farnham said. Rio dropped 33 cents to $50.57, BHP lost 15 cents to $20.44 and Woodside... Read more
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WA Today
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rallyfinancials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-far
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rally
WA Today / Posted 22 days ago
financials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-farm payrolls that were better than expected," Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Investors bid up the banks with the expectation of rate rises in the US sooner rather... Read more
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Canberra Times
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rallyfinancials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-far
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rally
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
financials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-farm payrolls that were better than expected," Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Investors bid up the banks with the expectation of rate rises in the US sooner rather... Read more
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22d
Brisbane Times
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rallyfinancials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-far
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rally
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
financials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-farm payrolls that were better than expected," Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Investors bid up the banks with the expectation of rate rises in the US sooner rather... Read more
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22d
The Age
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rallyfinancials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-far
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rally
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
financials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-farm payrolls that were better than expected," Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Investors bid up the banks with the expectation of rate rises in the US sooner rather... Read more
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22d
Sydney Morning Herald
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rallyfinancials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-far
Optimism in US economy sparks regional sharemarket rally
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
financials last Friday, in particular the US banks, for them it was the non-farm payrolls that were better than expected," Patersons economist Tony Farnham said. Investors bid up the banks with the expectation of rate rises in the US sooner rather... Read more
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22d
TheBull
Aust stocks off to a strong startshares leading the gains. "We were expected to get on the front foot after the
Aust stocks off to a strong start
TheBull / Posted 22 days ago
shares leading the gains. "We were expected to get on the front foot after the strong US non-farmroll numbers," said Patersons economist Tony Farnham. "Our reporting cycle starts to heat up this week, and three of the four major banks put... Read more
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The North West Star
Two kind heartsIsa to Camooweal to retire, but have found themselves busier than ever fosterin
Two kind hearts
The North West Star / Posted 30 days ago
Isa to Camooweal to retire, but have found themselves busier than ever fostering children and running a business. The Patersons have seen almost 200 indigenous foster children pass through their care and are currently raising eight children... Read more

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