In our experience, we have found the Australian media is always dealing at the "macro" economy level (nothing but bad news about the banks, real estate, and the sharemarket
) and are totally unaware of the real micro opportunities to be had.
Large fundraising plans by banks have been blamed for weighing down the Chinese sharemarket
Ironically, a number of the large for-profit organisations register huge sharemarket
profits, although possibly not from the continuing-care hospital.
See William Carroll and Malcolm Alexander, 'Finance Capital and Capitalist Class Integration in the 1990s: Networks of Interlocking Directorships in Canada and Australia' (1999) 36 Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 331, 333-4; Geof Stapledon, 'Australian Sharemarket
Ownership' in Gordon Walker, Brent Fisse and Ian Ramsay (eds), Securities Regulation in Australia and New Zealand (2nd ed, 1998) 242, 243.
Interbrew, the family-owned Belgian brewer that owns Labatt, has announced that it is finalizing plans for a sharemarket
float that could value the business at about $8 billion U.S.
The BRW Rich Lists have always been tightly attuned to speculative swings, notably the sharemarket
and property booms of the late 1980s.
The market value of the capital stock is proxied by the NZSE40 sharemarket
closed 0.04 percent lower on Tuesday with the benchmark NZX-50 index rose 42.01 points to 4967.51 and a turnover of 123.2 million NZ dollars (102.63 million U.S.
(5) Erratic sharemarket
performance in the early 90's, along with the impact of the dotcom bubble and the financial crisis, saw equities perform poorly on a risk-adjusted basis compared with aggregate property indices and bonds.
Only the Shanghai sharemarket
opened in green, up 0.09% to 2769.44 in early morning session.
(123) Huntleys' Business Network Ltd, Huntleys' Sharemarket
Handbook: Top 350 Companies in Brief(2000) 202, 375.