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Aussie Core Stock Update: Santos Limited

Santos is looking attractive after a material reduction in balance sheet risk. With shares trading at nearly AUD 3.66, we believe investors are offered 44.8% potential upside. Capital expenditures now run at largely a maintenance level, and we forecast free cash flow to exceed AUD 1.0 billion by the end of 2021—sufficient to expunge net debt in that year all else being equal, including reinstatement of a 40% payout ratio from 2018. Santos is currently paying no dividends. Net debt/EBITDA...
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Fixed Interest Review: Listed Fixed Interest & Term Deposit Rates

With global wholesale interest rates on the move again we thought it would be advantageous for our investors to have a comparison between bank term deposits and the fixed interest investments available on the New Zealand debt market. Below is a list of just a few of the listed fixed interest investments available. Fixed Interest Issues Issuer Code Maturity Date Yield Cooperative Bank COO010 28/07/2026 6.50% Infratil IFT230 15/06/2024 5.95% ASB Bank ABB050 15/12/2026 5.30% Kiwi Bank KCF010 15/07/2024 5.19% Infratil...
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Healthcare - Sector Review

Retirement village exposure has long been a mainstay of our clients' investment portfolios. Ryman being Christchurch based means we have many clients who rallied behind the stock early, realising the company’s potential. The NZX now has 4 pure play retirement companies, and Infratil who own 20% of Metlifecare and RetireAustralia (who have 28 villages in NSW, SA and QLD). So investors are awash with options when it comes to retirement village exposure, but what option is right for you. There is...
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TeamTalk takeover by Spark rejected by Board

Hamilton Hindin Greene director Grant Williamson Spark New Zealand says an independent valuation range for its takeover target, TeamTalk, lacks credibility and the top end of the range amounts to an "absurd premium". TeamTalk shares surged after the report was released and are now higher than Spark's offer price. Auckland-based Spark, New Zealand's biggest telecommunications group, has offered 80 cents per share for TeamTalk, a 78 percent premium to where TeamTalk shares traded before Spark announced its intentions in February....

Fletcher Building a 'serial underperformer' which needs to earn back trust - Grant Davies

Fletcher Building will have to work hard to earn back trust, but Monday's large profit downgrade is far from disastrous for the country's biggest construction firm, an analyst says. Auckland-based Fletcher Building said its profit could be up to $150 million less than it indicated it would be just three weeks ago, after the cost of two major projects blew out. Fletcher Building refused to say which two projects were responsible, but chief executive Mark Adamson said on Monday "people did...

US Federal Reserve Rate Rise. NZ GDP disappoints. Fonterra result, what to expect- Market Talk with Jeremy Sullivan

Jeremy Sullivan dicusses this weeks main topics on the New Zealand sharemarket, joining him, Andrew Patterson from the National Business Review.
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Grant Williamson discusses the market in particular the Retirement Sector

March 2 - New Zealand shares rose, joining a global rally as US President Donald Trump's proposed US$1 trillion of infrastructure spending and aspirations to drive American economic growth stoked investor optimism. Summerset Holdings and Metlifecare gained in the wake of better earnings results in a lacklustre reporting season. The S&P/NZX 50 index gained 27.05 points, or 0.4 percent, to 7175.83. Within the index, 36 stocks gained, nine fell, and five were unchanged. Turnover was $115.9 million. Stocks markets across...
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Market Talk with Grant Davies. Spark's Result. Sky TV's Merger. Abano Takeover Offer.

Grant Davies talks to Andrew Patterson of the National Business Review regarding market performance this week, Spark's first half earnings, Sky TV's merger with vodafone and Abano Healths takeover offer.
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Trilogy International says it's meeting disclosure requirements after share slide

Trilogy International, the skincare and home fragrance company, said it continues to comply with continuous disclosure rules in response to a query from the New Zealand stock exchange after its shares took a tumble. In a letter to Trilogy, the NZX sought an explanation noting Trilogy's shares dropped to $2.48 on Feb. 9 from $3.39 on Jan. 9, a fall of 71 cents or 22 percent. On Friday the shares were up 1.6 percent at $2.55. Lindsay Render, the chief...

Market Talk with Jeremy Sullivan. NZX Market Sentiment, Earnings Season, Trump - AUDIO FEATURE

Jeremy Sullivan talks to Andrew Patterson of the National Business Review regarding the upcoming earnings season on the NZX and which stocks to watch. Also, how is the market sentiment tracking enlight of the new administration in the US, and more... Click below to listen
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