Shareholder Opinion: Investors pay the expenses as Canberra and miners brawl
WATCHING the resource super-profits tax imbroglio, one must pity the poor shareholders. Their tax dollars are paying for the government's campaign, and their investment dollars are paying for the miners' response.
Shareholder Opinion: Euro vision hitting off note: Spain's financial sector
The most recent incarnation of the financial crisis emanating from Europe has caused gyrations in the world's share markets, and by the looks of Spain's ailments, the roller-coaster ride has just begun.
Shareholder Opinion: Resource stoush hurts common folk: resource super-profits tax
THE consultation on the resource super-profits tax is a bit of a "horse bolted" scenario. Although it rejected most of the proposals of the Henry review, Canberra embraced what the review called a resources rent tax and went about renaming it a resource super-profits tax.
Shareholder Opinion: Pleas to shareholders backfire: resources super-profits tax
SHAREHOLDERS, rather than taking the advice of the government to encourage miners to calm down and back off, are right behind the campaign to raise awareness of the stupidity of the resources super-profits tax.
ASA Chairperson's address to Annual General Meeting
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The Australian Shareholders' Association Annual General Meeting was held in Perth on Tuesday, 4th May 2010. All resolutions for the three directors standing for re-election were approved unanimously on a show of hands.
A copy of the Chairperson's address to the meeting follows.