Upcoming events in the Share Market on Thursday.

Submitted by Stock Market News on 27 July, 2011 - 13:01

For tomorrow, July 28, 2011, four companies are going to have their meetings. There are no ex-dividends and floats to watch out for yet.


Newsa Limited and NSX Limited are going to have their extraordinary general meeting (EGM). On the other hand Macquarie Bank and Macquarie Group Limited are going to have their annual general meeting (AGM).

Newsa Limited (NWT) is a company based in Southbank, Australia that provides satellite broadband and communication services internationally. The company’s services include VOIP solutions and hub hosting services. NWT is going to have an EGM at 10 am in Computershare Conference Centre 452, Johnston Street, Abbotsford Victoria. The agenda: approve the issue of shares issued in February 2011 to sophisticated and professional investors; approve the issue of ordinary shares in the Company’s capital on the exercise of warrants to investors who participated in the May 25 2011 share placement; issue of a convertible note to Khattar Capital Pte Ltd, which will be converted into ordinary shares.

NSX Limited (NSX) operates stock exchanges including the National Stock Exchange of Australia and Bendigo Stock Exchange. Its facilities provide small and medium enterprises to raise capital, list and trade securities electronically. NSX is holding an EGM at 11 am in Level 1, 102 Gloucester Street, The Rocks, Sydney. The agenda: removal of 15% voting power limitation references; update the definition of the Australian Market Licensee and change the title of section 11.14 from "Question" to "Resolutions".

Macquarie Group, (MQG), along with its subsidiary Macquarie Bank Limited (MBL), provides banking and financial products and services. MQG and MBL are holding their AGM at 2 pm in Macquarie Auditorium, Level 3, No. 1 Martin Place, Sydney. The agenda: consider and receive the financial statements and consider and adopt the remuneration report for the year ended in March 31 2011; consider the amendments to the company’s constitution.

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