Murray Goulburn reveals float price

THE $500 million float of Australia biggest milk processor, Murray Goulburn, will be pitched to investors on an earnings multiple of 7.7 times earnings.
THE $500 million float of Australia biggest milk processor, Murray Goulburn, will be pitched to investors on an earnings multiple of 7.7 times earnings.
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IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office. IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office.
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TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year. TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year.
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WOOLWORTHS and Coles need to target Aldi's weaknesses – its limited range and lack of service – says a British retail expert.
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GRAINCORP is relying on expanding trading business in Europe and North America while dry seasons erode its eastern Australian export crop.
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Qlander, your point about fools well taken. However, it is not the main point. You plan on
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Australian Biosecurity is the reason our products are so sought after here and overseas . We
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Nico, only a fool punts on rainfall in Australia, I 'plan' on available pasture. My main issue
BENALLA local Ellen Versteegen has taken out the 2015 National Student Award title at the Ag Institute Australia (AIA) National Conference in Brisbane.25 May 15 BENALLA local Ellen Versteegen has taken out the 2015 National Student Award title at the Ag Institute Australia...
THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs across the state.15 May 15 THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs...