Reporting season review

By admin - September 7, 2017

Not a bad outcome but the return on the S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index of +0.1% (includes dividends paid) for the month pretty much sums it up.

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Not a bad outcome but the return on the S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index of +0.1% (includes dividends paid) for the month pretty much sums it up.

While poor results were limited (Healthscope and Telstra among the exceptions – see here), there were also only a few star performances. These tended to be in companies with a specialist focus and/or international sales. The table below highlights some of the best and worst reporting day share price returns during August:


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