Weekly Top Ten News Stories – 21 June 2024

Weekly Reports | Jun 21 2024

Our top ten news from 13 June 2024 to 20 June 2024 (ranked according to popularity).

1 – Rudi’s View: GenAi, The Super-Megatrend, Part 2

Thursday 20 June 2024

Part Two of this week’s deep dive into GenAi for Australian investors

2 – A Bite Of The “Refreshed” Apple

Friday 14 June 2024

Apple Intelligence has arrived and with it a whole new narrative around the extraordinary growth in market capitalisation and earnings being driven by generative Ai; what did Apple actually reveal to the market?

3 – Meet Light & Wonder, The New Star In Gaming

Thursday 20 June 2024

New research highlights the recent performance by Light & Wonder in Australia and the potential for replication in the US

4 – Rudi’s View: GenAi, The Super-Megatrend, Part 1

Wednesday 19 June 2024

Part One of a deep dive into GenAi, the modern day industrial revolution

5 – Uranium Week: Spot Price Hits Pause

Tuesday 18 June 2024

Short term U3O8 spot price weakness belies the potential growth in demand and fragility of longer-term supply chains, a positive for the uranium bulls

6 – All Aboard For The Nuclear Renaissance 

Thursday 20 June 2024

Positive nuclear industry dynamics and a recent pullback in prices for ASX-listed uranium shares prompts a review of brokers’ favoured exposures

7 – AUB Group Shares Poised For Break-Out

Thursday 13 June 2024

The Chartist reports shares in AUB Group are readying for an upside break-out

8 – Cooper Energy Ready For East Coast Gas Deficit

Thursday 13 June 2024

With the costly decommissioning of the BMG field now behind it, Cooper Energy has outlined its strategy to exploit a tight east coast gas market

9 – Building The No 3 Diagnostic Imaging Player

Wednesday 19 June 2024

Brokers highlight deregulation and scale benefits from the potential merger of Integral Diagnostics and Capitol Health 

10 – Deterra Seeks Growth Through Diversification

Tuesday 18 June 2024

Deterra Royalties is looking to diversify away from iron ore royalties and provide for growth, in lithium in particular. The trade-off is a much-reduced dividend yield

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