Alexander Liddington-Cox

DataRoom AM: Woolworths' Big options

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Rumours suggest Woolworths may be considering a demerger of Big W, while a Chinese medical group snaps up Australia's third largest private hospital operator.

Iron ore slides below $US40

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Key commodity slumps to fresh 10-year low, analysts expect it to remain there.

DataRoom AM: Media moves

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Nine Entertainment and Southern Cross Austereo are said to be mulling a two-step merger that bypasses existing media ownership laws, while Seek cashes in on its stake in IDP Education.

DataRoom AM: Glencore's debt pile

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Glencore's Rio Tinto ambitions are firmly on the backburner as it deals with its debt load, while Woodside makes its bargain-hunting intentions clear.

Iron ore rises on China hopes

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Steelmaking ingredient rallies to $US56 on optimism Beijing measures will help markets.

Iron ore at $US55 ahead of China data

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Data releases from world's second-largest economy in focus for traders this week.

DataRoom AM: Telco payday

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Executives exiting iiNet are set to receive healthy pay-outs from TPG Telecom, while the ACCC weighs up the Foxtel-Ten deal.

DataRoom AM: CBA's capital idea

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Commonwealth Bank is tipped to join the capital raising queue, while ANZ looks to offload its stake in Indonesia's Panin Bank.

Iron ore steadies around $US50

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Key commodity enjoys string of steady sessions, holds above important benchmark.

DataRoom AM: Hung up on TPG-iiNet

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ACCC approval is still absent as iiNet shareholders meet to consider TPG's offer, while AusNet and Singapore Power are reportedly considering a joint run at NSW's electricity transmission network.

Iron ore rises towards $US50

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Flood of Chinese data this week to give traders fresh snapshot of economic strength.

DataRoom AM: Kathmandu calling

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Kathmandu's new boss eyes opportunities in Asia as the company weighs a takeover bid, while Evolution Healthcare narrows down potential investors for its recapitalisation plan.

Australia is complacent: Fraser

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Treasury boss puts industrial relations, income tax and stamp duty on the agenda.

TPG's iiNet bid fair and reasonable: independent expert

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Target confirms July 27 for vote on deal as ACCC raises customer service concerns.

DataRoom AM: GE's appeal wanes

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The race for GE Capital's local loan book may be less congested than many first thought, while satellite communications company NewSat manages to keep hope alive.

Iron ore rises for third straight session

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Commodity continues rebound after last week's losses, closes above $US62.

DataRoom AM: NAB’s British spin-off

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NAB is reportedly fielding offers from investment banks for help in offloading its British operations, while Unisuper has put its weight behind the Novion-Federation merger.

DataRoom AM: Digging for deals

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Two big mining deals shake up the local industry, while speculation about Fortescue continues to swirl.

DataRoom AM: Fortescue stays mum

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Rumours abound that Fortescue is one of the iron ore miners being circled by foreign buyers, while Guandong Rising Asset Manamgenet raises its stake in PanAust.

DataRoom AM: Twiggy digs deep

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Fortescue's Andrew Forrest puts his money where his mouth is, while the battle for Amcom heats up.

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