The “reporting season” has come on us once again and this time its smiles for everyone , except for a few companies that tried to put a dampener on the market like Rio Tinto. The reporting season 2013 has been mostly cheerful with good profit results by the big ones getting the market to cross the 5000 mark and bringing in more confidence, though more results are yet to come out.
2013 Results are out from Cochlear Ltd, Telstra, TABCORP, Webjet and Newcrest, in the coming weeks we will see companies such as Amcor, Paladin Energy, Rio Tinto, IAG Limited, Qantas, QBE, Woolworths and more
IMPORTANT: The following information is not conclusive and may be subject to change. Check the ‘Shareholder’ or ‘Corporate’ section of each company’s website to confirm the Interim or Full Year Results reporting date.
Looking back 12 months, the market average P/E was approximately 11.5 times. The banks are doing good
Profit reporting season 2013
Below are some video analysis and downloadable reports for popular investor socks in the Australian market
Among other companies these are some of the Australian companies that the comsec reports will cover
CCL Coca-Cola Amatil Limited
TOL Toll Holdings Limited
IAG Insurance Australia Group Limited
QAN Qantas Airways Limited
The CommSec Market Analysts have put together a free reports for you on some of the well known stocks in the market to help you make your investment decision.
18th Feb 2013,Boart Longyear (BLY) Full Yr Result 2012
You can download reports and watch some video reports on WEB ( Webjet Company report ) , LEH ( Leighton Holdings Limited Report ) , WOR ( WorleyParsons Limited Report ) , TLS ( Telstra Corporation Limited Report ) , NEW ( Newcrest Mining Report ) and many more here
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