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TheBull
18 Share Tips - 10 May 2010scenario results in good reason to invest in Lihir, with the gold sector remain
18 Share Tips - 10 May 2010
TheBull / Posted 9 hours ago
scenario results in good reason to invest in Lihir, with the gold sector remaining a safe haven in these turbulent times. Wesfarmers represents the most diversified exposure on the ASX via largely unrelated operations in hardware (Bunnings),... Read more
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WA Today
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: businessscenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stab
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: business
WA Today / Posted yesterday
scenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stability to return," he said.Richard Goyder - Wesfarmers Wesfarmers' chief executive spoke to ABC's RN Breakfast shortly before the vote saying that there were strong... Read more
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The Age
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: businessscenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stab
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: business
The Age / Posted yesterday
scenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stability to return," he said.Richard Goyder - Wesfarmers Wesfarmers' chief executive spoke to ABC's RN Breakfast shortly before the vote saying that there were strong... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: businessscenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stab
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: business
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
scenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stability to return," he said.Richard Goyder - Wesfarmers Wesfarmers' chief executive spoke to ABC's RN Breakfast shortly before the vote saying that there were strong... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: businessscenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stab
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: business
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
scenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stability to return," he said.Richard Goyder - Wesfarmers Wesfarmers' chief executive spoke to ABC's RN Breakfast shortly before the vote saying that there were strong... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exittheir losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.35.0... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: businessscenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stab
Brexit vote driven by emotion, panic: business
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
scenarios for many months and we're reasonably well positioned to wait for stability to return," he said.Richard Goyder - Wesfarmers Wesfarmers' chief executive spoke to ABC's RN Breakfast shortly before the vote saying that there were strong... Read more
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WA Today
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exittheir losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
WA Today / Posted yesterday
their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.35.0... Read more
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The Age
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exitrecouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to s
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
The Age / Posted yesterday
recouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exitrecouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to s
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
recouping their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exittheir losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms
Brexit: ASX posts worst day this year amid shock of Britain's exit
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
their losses early in the week. "Gold is a very standard flight to safety," Ms Jorritsma said. Among the blue chips, Wesfarmers lost 3.8 per cent to $39.26, Woolworths lost 1.4 per cent to $20.56, while Telstra added 0.2 per cent to $5.35.0... Read more
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Weekly Times
Stockwatch to June 24two mining experts and buying a mining communications services business from Br
Stockwatch to June 24
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
two mining experts and buying a mining communications services business from Brisbane-based CBO Telecommunications. WES – WESFARMERS – down 58 cents, or 1.5 per cent, at $39.26 Wesfarmers said it isn’t necessarily looking at offloading its coal... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stockwatch to June 24two mining experts and buying a mining communications services business from Br
Stockwatch to June 24
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
two mining experts and buying a mining communications services business from Brisbane-based CBO Telecommunications. WES – WESFARMERS – down 58 cents, or 1.5 per cent, at $39.26 Wesfarmers said it isn’t necessarily looking at offloading its coal... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Coal workers strike over 43pc pay cutmine workers at Collie, south of Perth, strike over 43pc pay cut AAPHeavy mach
Coal workers strike over 43pc pay cut
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
mine workers at Collie, south of Perth, strike over 43pc pay cut AAPHeavy machinery operates in a coal mine owned by Wesfarmers Ltd. in Collie, Western Australia, in this undated photograph. Photographer: Evan Collis/Bloomberg... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryand others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a lon
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
and others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same... Read more
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WA Today
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryand others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a lon
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
and others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same... Read more
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The Age
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryand others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a lon
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
and others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryand others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a lon
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
and others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same... Read more
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Canberra Times
Time to bring voting into the 21st centuryand others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a lon
Time to bring voting into the 21st century
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
and others with real things to sell plainly think elections are death and a long slow one at that. In the month of May Wesfarmers dropped 32 per cent, Woolworths 24 per cent and Telstra 20 per cent. State governments seem to have got the same... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Up to 700 jobs saved as new owners reverse Homebase store closure plans Australian group Wesfarmers, which acquired Homebase in February for £340m, i
Up to 700 jobs saved as new owners reverse Homebase store closure plans
Ipswich Star / Posted 2 days ago
Australian group Wesfarmers, which acquired Homebase in February for £340m, is reversing up to 18 store closures planned by the previous management. Photo: David Parry/PA Up to... Read more
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WA Today
ASX poised to digest Brexit result0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolwo
ASX poised to digest Brexit result
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolworths was down 0.3 per cent to $20.85, while Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed up 1.4 per cent to $40.80. Telstra was a drag on the overall market throughout the day... Read more
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The Age
ASX poised to digest Brexit result0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolwo
ASX poised to digest Brexit result
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolworths was down 0.3 per cent to $20.85, while Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed up 1.4 per cent to $40.80. Telstra was a drag on the overall market throughout the day... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX poised to digest Brexit result0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolwo
ASX poised to digest Brexit result
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolworths was down 0.3 per cent to $20.85, while Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed up 1.4 per cent to $40.80. Telstra was a drag on the overall market throughout the day... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX poised to digest Brexit result0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolwo
ASX poised to digest Brexit result
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolworths was down 0.3 per cent to $20.85, while Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed up 1.4 per cent to $40.80. Telstra was a drag on the overall market throughout the day... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX poised to digest Brexit result0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolwo
ASX poised to digest Brexit result
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
0.1 per cent to $25.58. The biggest food and liquor sellers were mixed. Woolworths was down 0.3 per cent to $20.85, while Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed up 1.4 per cent to $40.80. Telstra was a drag on the overall market throughout the day... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warseen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in p
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
seen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in particular in bananas," Mr Durkan said at Wesfarmers strategy briefing this week. "The natural supply and demand is driving prices down. That will subside. I don't... Read more
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WA Today
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warseen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in p
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
seen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in particular in bananas," Mr Durkan said at Wesfarmers strategy briefing this week. "The natural supply and demand is driving prices down. That will subside. I don't... Read more
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The Age
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warseen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in p
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
seen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in particular in bananas," Mr Durkan said at Wesfarmers strategy briefing this week. "The natural supply and demand is driving prices down. That will subside. I don't... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warseen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in p
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
seen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in particular in bananas," Mr Durkan said at Wesfarmers strategy briefing this week. "The natural supply and demand is driving prices down. That will subside. I don't... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price warseen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in p
Aldi trumps Coles, Woolworths in meat price war
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
seen in the last quarter is unprecedented growing conditions in Australia, in particular in bananas," Mr Durkan said at Wesfarmers strategy briefing this week. "The natural supply and demand is driving prices down. That will subside. I don't... Read more
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Perth Now
Bunnings’ surprise competitorits own offering, the retailer’s chief operating officer for Australia and New
Bunnings’ surprise competitor
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
its own offering, the retailer’s chief operating officer for Australia and New Zealand revealed on Wednesday. Speaking at Wesfarmers’ annual investor strategy briefing, Michael Schneider said Bunnings had noticed its website traffic spiking around... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
700 Homebase jobs could be saved by new ownerat DIY chain Homebase after the retailer's new owner said it would scrap a plan
700 Homebase jobs could be saved by new owner
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
at DIY chain Homebase after the retailer's new owner said it would scrap a plan to close stores. Australian retail giant Wesfarmers said it was looking to keep open 18 stores previously earmarked for closure in a move that will protect between... Read more
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WA Today
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmasfall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecti
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmas
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
fall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecting, Russo has always made his mark at the Wesfarmers' annual briefings as Mr Cheap. In 2012 he quizzed analysts at the strategy day on just how cheaply he had clothed... Read more
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The Age
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmasfall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecti
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmas
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
fall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecting, Russo has always made his mark at the Wesfarmers' annual briefings as Mr Cheap. Nick Xenophon knows how to look good. Photo: James Alcock In 2012 he quizzed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmasfall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecti
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmas
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
fall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecting, Russo has always made his mark at the Wesfarmers' annual briefings as Mr Cheap. Nick Xenophon knows how to look good. Photo: James Alcock In 2012 he quizzed... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmasfall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecti
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmas
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
fall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecting, Russo has always made his mark at the Wesfarmers' annual briefings as Mr Cheap. In 2012 he quizzed analysts at the strategy day on just how cheaply he had clothed... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmasfall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecti
Wesfarmers' Guy Russo Target's grinch role for Christmas
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
fall in line with his every day low prices strategy. Hey, what were we expecting, Russo has always made his mark at the Wesfarmers' annual briefings as Mr Cheap. In 2012 he quizzed analysts at the strategy day on just how cheaply he had clothed... Read more
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WA Today
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target bossWesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweigh
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target boss
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Wesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweights a Target turnaround would hurt as he dumped in-store playgrounds and cafes and killed off the mid-year toy sale. He predicted a "clean" Target would crimp sales at the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target bossWesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweigh
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target boss
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Wesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweights a Target turnaround would hurt as he dumped in-store playgrounds and cafes and killed off the mid-year toy sale. He predicted a "clean" Target would crimp sales at the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Share market quiet amid Brexit uncertainty$1.27. Meanwhile, one of the best performers was the real estate advertising f
Share market quiet amid Brexit uncertainty
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
$1.27. Meanwhile, one of the best performers was the real estate advertising firm REA Group which lifted $2.29 to $59.89. Wesfarmers held a strategy day for investors and revealed the retail chain Target is projected to lose $100 million in the... Read more
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WA Today
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASXon what Brexit poll comes out," said Andrew Martin, fund manager at Alphinity I
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASX
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
on what Brexit poll comes out," said Andrew Martin, fund manager at Alphinity Investment Management. Photo: Luke MacGregor Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, held a strategy day that left investors largely unmoved: the shares closed down 0.6 per cent to... Read more
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The Age
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target bossWesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweigh
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target boss
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Wesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweights a Target turnaround would hurt as he dumped in-store playgrounds and cafes and killed off the mid-year toy sale. He predicted a "clean" Target would crimp sales at the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target bossWesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweigh
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target boss
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Wesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweights a Target turnaround would hurt as he dumped in-store playgrounds and cafes and killed off the mid-year toy sale. He predicted a "clean" Target would crimp sales at the... Read more
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Canberra Times
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASXon what Brexit poll comes out," said Andrew Martin, fund manager at Alphinity I
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASX
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
on what Brexit poll comes out," said Andrew Martin, fund manager at Alphinity Investment Management. Photo: Luke MacGregor Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, held a strategy day that left investors largely unmoved: the shares closed down 0.6 per cent to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bunnings to test love for big red hammer in UK with rebranded HomebaseWesfarmers will test Great Britain's appetite for its symbolic red hammer with
Bunnings to test love for big red hammer in UK with rebranded Homebase
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Wesfarmers will test Great Britain's appetite for its symbolic red hammer with the opening of the first Bunnings Warehouse outlet by October. The test-store is the first step in the transformation of the troubled Homebase business following... Read more
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Canberra Times
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target bossWesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweigh
H&M, Zara, Uniqlo will regret coming Down Under, warns Target boss
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Wesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo warned the global fashion heavyweights a Target turnaround would hurt as he dumped in-store playgrounds and cafes and killed off the mid-year toy sale. He predicted a "clean" Target would crimp sales at the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bunnings to test love for big red hammer in UK with rebranded HomebaseWesfarmers will test Great Britain's appetite for its symbolic red hammer with
Bunnings to test love for big red hammer in UK with rebranded Homebase
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Wesfarmers will test Great Britain's appetite for its symbolic red hammer with the opening of the first Bunnings Warehouse outlet by October. The test-store is the first step in the transformation of the troubled Homebase business following... Read more
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Brisbane Times
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASXon what Brexit poll comes out," said Andrew Martin, fund manager at Alphinity I
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASX
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
on what Brexit poll comes out," said Andrew Martin, fund manager at Alphinity Investment Management. Photo: Luke MacGregor Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, held a strategy day that left investors largely unmoved: the shares closed down 0.6 per cent to... Read more
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The Age
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASXPhoto: Bloomberg "And the calm we've seen over the last two days is basically
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASX
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Photo: Bloomberg "And the calm we've seen over the last two days is basically because there haven't been any polls." Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, held a strategy day that left investors largely unmoved: the shares closed down 0.6 per cent to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASXPhoto: Bloomberg "And the calm we've seen over the last two days is basically
No Brexit news, no conviction: Wobbly day on ASX
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Photo: Bloomberg "And the calm we've seen over the last two days is basically because there haven't been any polls." Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, held a strategy day that left investors largely unmoved: the shares closed down 0.6 per cent to... Read more
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