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Xero Reports FY Net Profit Of NZ$19.8 Mln
Xero To Acquire E-Invoicing Technology Provider Tickstar
Xero To Buy Workforce Management Platform Planday
Xero Limited is a software as a service company. The Company offers a cloud-based accounting software. Its segments include Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) and International. The features and tools of its software platform include accept payments, asset management, advisor tools, bank connections, bank reconciliation, business performance dashboard, contacts and smartlists, dashboard, data capture, expenses, files, GST returns, inventory, invoicing, multi-currency accounting, pay bills, payroll, project management, purchase orders, projects, quotes, reporting and search. It also offers its Xero mobile application. The features of its mobile application include manage invoices, bank reconciliation, manage contracts, monitor spending and reporting on the go. It also offers cloud-based lending platform that enables businesses to access capital through invoice financing. The Company serves various industries, such as retail, high tech, non-profit, hospitality, startups and construction.
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19-23 Taranaki St, Te Aro
David Ingle Thodey
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Steven Martin Vamos
Chief Executive Officer
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President - Americas
Chief People Officer
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Australian shares fell slightly on Friday as losses in tech names overshadowed gains in mining and gold stocks, while Origin Energy dropped to the bottom of the benchmark index after issuing a grim outlook for its core earnings.
Australian shares climbed to a record on Tuesday as mining and energy stocks jumped on firm commodity prices, with OZ Minerals rising to the top of the benchmark on gold output forecast hike.
Australian shares hit an all-time peak on Tuesday, tracking a record high finish on Wall Street overnight, with investors focusing on the upcoming U.S. Federal Reserve meeting to get cues on its monetary policy.
Australian shares closed flat on Thursday, as gains in mining and tech stocks eclipsed losses in gold names, while investors remained cautious ahead of key U.S. inflation data.
* Energy stocks jump despite drop in global oil prices (Updates to close)
Australian shares rose on Monday, driven by gold stocks on higher bullion prices, while Ampol and Viva Energy lifted the energy index after both fuel suppliers received a massive government funding to keep their refineries open.
* NZ50 ends in red for seventh straight session (Updates to close)
Australian shares slipped on Thursday, as local technology stocks got whacked after a stronger-than-expected U.S. inflation data raised concerns of a tighter monetary policy and set off further selling in growth stocks on Wall Street.
Australian shares closed lower on Tuesday as investors consolidated positions ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's meeting and awaited cues from a big earnings week in the U.S.
Australian shares were subdued on Monday as losses in gold miners and technology stocks were offset by gains in banks and miners that rose after iron ore prices firmed.
Australian shares fell on Thursday, as losses across the board and a mixed finish on Wall Street overnight weighed on the benchmark index.
Australian shares were led higher by a jump in technology stocks on Tuesday, while losses in energy stocks and miners capped gains.
Australian shares climbed on Tuesday as trading resumed after a long weekend, with market sentiment bolstered by Wall Street's strong finish overnight, while investors waited for a policy meeting of the country's central bank due later in the day.
* Treasury Wine marks worst day in over a month on China tariff
* Healthcare stocks post best week in 11-1/2 months (Updates to close)
Australian shares reclaimed lost ground to close higher on Wednesday, buoyed by healthcare stocks, as a weaker local currency boosted the export-reliant sector.
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* S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average close at record highs
* NZ50 up 1.3%; restrictions lifted in Auckland (Updates to close)
* Vocus top gainer on ASX200 after agreeing A$3.5 bln buyout (Updates to close)
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