Macquarie to Provide More Tax-effective Ordinary Shares

Worldwide diversified financial service provider Macquarie (MQG) has defended its decision to put a halt on granting options to the most senior bankers of the company. As a part of the new package, these bankers will be provided with more tax-effective ordinary shares.

Macquarie under Pressure after Discounted Sale

The worldwide diversified financial service provider Macquarie Group (MQG) has faced renewed pressure in the value of its holdings in debt-laden infrastructure funds after it saw the sale of a stake in one of the company’s flagship European funds with almost 15 percent discount to the valuation which was conducted just a few months earlier.

Macquarie Group to Face Problems with MAp Deal

The Australian financial service provider Macquarie Group’s (MQG) chances of cutting a lucrative deal while exiting from the Macquarie Airports (MAP) managements took a hit as the Risk Metrics appeared strong against the agreement as it appears there is not much of assurance that debt costs will not shoot high.

Macquarie Group Profit Falls to $900 Million

Macquarie Group (MQG) has revealed that the company’s profit for the fiscal year 2009 would be down to $900 million. Macquarie said in an operational update on Thursday that it saw an after-tax profit of about $900 million for the year to March 31, compared with $1.8 billion in its fiscal 2008.

Macquarie Group Announces Solid Start for Current Fiscal

Macquarie Group (MQG) announced a solid start for the current fiscal year; however, it cautioned that it would be difficult to repeat last year's performance owing to the ongoing credit crisis round the globe. The market gave a sigh of relief on firm's sound footings and the same reflected in its share prices as well.

Australian Wealth Management (AUW) News Update

Here is an update on the Australian Wealth Management (AUW) provided by Australian market analyst UBS.

Australian Wealth Management (AUW) Markets impact Q108 FUM, Q2 looking flat

Retail FUM down 9% in the quarter:

Babcock & Brown (BNB) News Update

Babcock & Brown (BNB) has a $25.00 share price target from Australian stockmarket analysts from Citi.

Babcock & Brown (BNB) Reputation damage

BBP refinancing shortfall and "mis-communication":

Babcock & Brown Power (BBP): Worst Performer for Week 21 of 2008

Babcock & Brown Power (BBP) was the overall worst performing stock taking in a 41.58 percent decrease. It was a mixture of funds and asset management, financial services, property investment, power, and nickel sulphide production companies who were among the worst performing stocks for the week 21 of 2008 on the Australian sharemarket: Babcock & Brown (BNB), Macquarie Group (MQG), Valad Property (VPG), Babcock & Brown Power (BBP), Sally Malay (SMY). The worst performing stocks for the week 21 recorded losses above 10.95 percent by the end of the trading week.

Macquarie Group (MQG) Update

Macquarie Group (MQG) has a price target of $85.00 from Australian stock analyst UBS.

Macquarie Group (MQG) Continuing to deliver

A very good FY08 result - especially given the environment:

Macquarie Group (MQG) Today

Macquarie Group (MQG) has downgraded their rating to Hold/High Risk from Buy/High Risk from Australian stockmarket analyst Macquarie Research Equities.

Macquarie Group Limited Ltd: Solid Result; Guidance not so Gloomy; Cut to Hold on a Good Run

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