Traffic slows, toll prices will still rise

Traffic slows, toll prices will still rise

Toll giant Transurban says contracted price increases will still apply in Sydney and Melbourne roads from Wednesday even as coronavirus lockdown measures put the brakes on traffic volume. Tolls for cars will increase by between 2.0 and 8.0 cents a trip on some of...
Traffic slows, toll prices will still rise

Kathmandu announces capital-raising – 9Finance

Kathmandu Holdings will raise $NZ207 million ($A201 million) to strengthen its balance sheet amid the coronavirus pandemic and a 40 per cent drop in profit. The New Zealand company will raise equity via a fully underwritten $NZ30 million institutional placement and a...
Traffic slows, toll prices will still rise

Gold slides, but set for quarterly gain

Gold prices dipped over 2.0 per cent to their lowest level in a week as the US dollar firmed, but the metal was on track for a sixth straight quarterly rise on concerns about the global economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Spot gold fell 2.1 per cent to...
Traffic slows, toll prices will still rise

Copper suffers worst quarter since 2011

Copper prices have risen after data showed an unexpected rebound in factory activity in China, but were set for their worst quarter since 2011 as the coronavirus outbreak shut down swathes of the global economy, reducing the need for metals. Benchmark copper was up...
Traffic slows, toll prices will still rise

Oil prices post biggest quarterly losses

Crude oil benchmarks ended a volatile quarter with their biggest losses in history, as both US and Brent futures were hammered throughout March on the global economic freeze due to the coronavirus pandemic and the eruption of a price war between Russia and Saudi...