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More Certainty Welcomed For Aged Care
The government and aged care sector have reached broad agreement on funding and brokers welcome the reduction in uncertainty.
Origin's Planned IPO Sparks Downgrades
Origin Energy's decision to spin off upstream oil & gas assets is seen as sensible but brokers have rushed to downgrade ratings on valuation.
Share Buybacks - Who's Doing It?
Weekly Update on ASX-listed companies buying in their own stock.
Threats To Our Wealth
Peter Switzer of the Switzer Super Report discusses the potential implications of the Italian referendum and a weak Australian GDP.
The Market's Changing Narrative
In this week's Weekly Insights: - The Market's Changing Narrative - Rudi On Tour - Nothing Ever Changes, Or Does It? - Rudi On TV
The Overnight Report: Drifting Up
Wall Street continues to drift higher, but has become more wary. Dow up 35. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 07 December, 2016
Is Downer's Valuation Becoming Stretched?
Infrastructure, engineering and mining contractor, Downer EDI, has won a major contract for Sydney trains. Brokers mull over the growth potential ahead.
The Outlook For 2017: International
Equity strategists and economists provide their views and forecasts for the global economy in 2017.
Thoughts From A Chartist
Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities provides a fundamental review of 2016 and thoughts on how longer term investors might approach 2017.
Uranium Week: Still Falling
Supportive news on both the demand and sell sides has not prevented the uranium spot price falling further still.
Hooked On Salmon
Leading Australian salmon farmers, Tassal and Huon Aquaculture, are facing strong demand and rising prices for their fish in FY17.

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