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SA's top 100 businesses: a sneak peak at the data

The South Australian Business Index – an independent ranking of the state’s top 100 companies – will be announced next week, but here’s an early look at the data which contains some  bright spots and one particular area of concern.

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2017 South Australian Business Index lunch

More than 600 guests attended InDaily’s South Australian Business Index lunch in the William Magarey room at Adelaide Oval yesterday to hear the announcement of the 2017 top 100 SA businesses.

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SA's top 100 companies 2017: the full list

InDaily’s South Australian Business Index 2017 – a ranking of the state’s top 100 companies – shows an increase in revenue of more than 6 per cent and a lift in market capitalisation of more than 5 per cent over the past financial year, thanks to a strong recovery in the energy sector.

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SA's top 100 companies: 59-40

The countdown continues of state’s top 100 companies, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today, we reveal those companies ranked 59 to 40.

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Murray Goulburn unit price plunge

Units in dairy co-operative Murray Goulburn’s listed investment vehicle have plunged in early trading after Australia’s biggest dairy producer slashed its profit forecast and reduced payments to farmers.

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Market report: Monday, March 21

UPDATED:  The Australian share market has got off to a flat start as investors look to book some profits after gains over the past two weeks.

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Market report: Friday, March 18

The Australian market looks set to open higher following a strong lead from Wall Street in the wake of this week’s lower interest rate projections by the Federal Reserve.

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Market report: Tuesday, March 15

The Australian market looks set to open higher following an unconvincing positive lead from Wall Street where losses in energy shares were offset by consumer discretionary gains and investors laid low ahead of a US Federal Reserve meeting.

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Market report: Thursday, March 3

UPDATED: The volume of trades on Australia’s stock exchange jumped 39 per cent in February as the majority of listed companies delivered earnings reports.

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Market report: Wednesday, March 2

The Australian market looks set to open higher after Wall Street surged with encouraging US factory and construction data suggesting the world’s biggest economy was regaining momentum.