Samso seeks to help clients with business development and public investor/relation needs. Samso has more than 30 years of experience in developing business ideas and concepts in the Australasian region.
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In this episode, Samso shares a coffee with Blackstone Minerals managing director Scott Williamson at Cherry and Grapes in West Perth.
News of Visa entering the buy-now, pay-later space created a flurry of selling late Friday afternoon.
The stock market has so far traded up consecutively for the past six months, which is the second longest period for a sustained rise over the last 10 years.
Losses were felt among the utilities, communications and financial stocks.
Saracen Mineral gained 6.1% to $3.85 and St Barbara Limited climbed 5.5%
The conference will be held next Tuesday and Wednesday at Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa.
The ASX 200 could rise over the next two weeks breaking through the all-time high before falling away for one to two weeks into mid to late July.
Vonex sells mobile, internet, traditional fixed lines, and hosted PBX and VoIP services.
Shaw and Partners is set to expand its WA footprint through the acquisition and committing to 600 square metres of premier real estate.
Vocus Group which owns Dodo and iPrimus lost about a quarter of its value.
Miners were the main catalyst for the rise after iron ore exceeded over US$103 a tonne.
AUSTRAC monitors anti-money laundering/counter terrorism financing (AML/CTF).
The ASX 200 is up 0.16% or 10.8 points higher to 6557.1 at 1.28pm.
Business confidence index has increased from 0.1 points in April to a 10-month high of +7.3 points.
Woodside Petroleum climbed 1.7% to $34.64, while Santos gained 1% to $6.79.
The five-year partnership is focused on growing the Marley Spoon and Dinnerly home-delivered meal brands in Australia.
Santos and Carnarvon Petroleum announced the discovery of a major oil and gas resource off the coast of Western Australia.
S&P 500 Index finished down 0.28% to 2,744.4 last night
S&P 500 Index finished down 1.32% and the Nasdaq Composite finished down 1.51% last Friday.
The ASX200 is down 0.12% or 7.5 points lower to 6,384.6 at 12.31pm.
US President Donald Trump said he’s not yet ready to make a trade deal with China.
Iron ore prices jumped by 4.2% to a five-year high of US$108 a tonne on supply concerns.
Monday is Memorial Day in the US meaning stock markets are closed.
S&P 500 Index finished down 1.19% to 2,840 last night on growing US-China trade fears.