||Ask price (Offer). The lowest price at which someone is prepared to sell shares.
||Number of sellers at the ask price.
||Bid price. The highest price at which someone is prepared to buy shares.
||Number of buyers at the bid price.
||The last sale price on the previous trading day.
Company Announcements are rated by the ASX as either market sensitive or not.
Announcements that are deemed market sensitive take priority in processing.
All company announcements, whether market sensitive or not, less than 20
minutes old attract an ASX charge and as such a charge is also applied to
readers. Company Announcements are free of charge after 20 minutes.
Long company announcements are often published in parts by the ASX. Where an
announcement has been divided alphabetically, into parts, a part letter (Part
A, Part B, Part C,...) indicates the viewing order. Part information is
included in the headline of ASX company announcements.
Code indicating condition(s) under which the sale was effected.
Valid Values : Code Description
AM: ASX Match Facility Trade
BK: Buy Back
BP: Booking Purposes Only
BV: Book Value Switch
BW: Buy Write
CO: Standard Combination Trade
CT: Combination Trade
DR: Directed Reporting
EC: Exercise of Call
EF: Exercise Futures
EP: Exercise of Put
FM: Foreign Market Trade
LR: Loan Return
PR: Prompt Re-booking
PS: Prompt Sale
PT: Put Through
ST: Stabilisation Trade
VW: Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) Trade
FD: Forward Delivery
OD: Overseas Delivery
OR: Overseas Resident
MI: Market Information
XT: Crossed Trade
SP: Block Special Sale (Special crossings where the consideration is greater than $1M)
SX: Special Sale Portfolio
SO: Other Special Sale (ie. Special Sales other than 'SP', 'SX' and 'SA')
SA: Special Crossing Sale to complete client order
IB: Index Replicating Special Crossing
ET: Exchange Traded Funds Special Trade
||Delivery Type. Indicates whether exercising a security results in physical, cash or futures contract settlement. PHYS = Physical delivery of scrip, CASH = cash settlement, FUTU = futures contract.
||Dividend Amount. The last dividend paid on a security. Includes interest paid on derivative.
|Div pay date
||The date a dividend is paid to shareholders.
||Ratio of annualised dividends to the price of a stock. Calculation: (Dividend per Share/Last Price) x 100.
|Earnings per Share (EPS)
||Ratio of the last reported earnings to the Last Price. Earnings/Total Issued. Earnings are net of tax, significant items and distributions to debt, minority interest and preference share holders.
||A ratio found by dividing a company's earnings per share by Last Price. The reciprocal of the price-earnings ratio.
||Exercise Price. The price to buy or sell an underlying security should an option be exercised.
||Exercise Type. AMER (American) - indicates an option may be exercised at any time during the life of the option. EURO (European) - indicates an option has a fixed exercise date.
||The date on which an exchange traded option,
|52 week high
||The highest price paid in the past 52 weeks.
|52 week low
||The lowest price paid in the past 52 weeks.
||Highest price of the trading day.
||Major industry grouping or sector that a stock belongs to eg Gold.
|Industry Sub Group
||Sub Group or sector that a stock belongs to eg Gold Explorer.
||The annualised interest rate.
||Interest Payments per Year. Indicates the number of interest payments throughout the year. Interest rates for interest rate securities are annualised. The interest rate for each interest payment is therefore calculated by dividing the annualised interest rate by interest payments per year.
||Total securities on issue.
||The price of the last trade in the security.
||Lowest price of the trading day.
||Market Capitalisation. Total Securities on Issue x Last Price.
||The date on which an Interest Rate Security or Convertible Note
Net Tangible Assets. Also known as Asset Backing. NTA is a valuation of the
assets of a company if sold and the proceeds are distributed to ordinary
shareholders. The asset valuation is net of intangible assets and liabilities.
The resulting NTA is divided by total shares on issue.
The NTA figure is taken from a company's last statement of financial
performance and adjusted by the ASX for any dilution due to capital
adjustements subsequent to the reporting date. See Capital Adjustment tab to
determine if a dilution factor(s) has been applied since reporting date.
NTA is a cents per share figure rounded to whole cents. Where NTA is negative
this is indicated by a "-" sign.
Calculation: (Assets - Intangible Assets - Liabilities) / Issued = NTA x
|1 Yr Daily Price History
||1 Year Daily Price History shows a stock's open, high, low and close, volume
and dilution factors for the last year.
||First trade of the day - Opening price.
||The number of exchange traded options or share ratio contracts which are "open" (have not been extinguished by an equal and opposite trade) for quoted security. An indicator of liquidity.
||Percentage price change between the Low and the Last price.
||Absolute price change between the Low and the Last price.
||Price earnings ratio calculated from the earnings per share for the latest reported 12 month period and the price. Last Price / Earnings Per Share.
||Security classification as defined by the ASX.
01-05 FULLY PAID ORDINARY/CONTRIBUTING etc.
01 - Ordinary
02 - Restricted Ordinary
03 - Employee Ordinary
04 - Reserved (N.Z.)
05 - Forfeited
06 TRUST UNITS
07 EXCHANGE TRADED FUND UNITS
11 HIGH DENOMINATION EQUITIES
12 HIGH DENOMINATION CONVERTIBLE NOTES
16 - Preference
17 - Cumulative Preference
18 - Cumulative Redeemable Preference
19 - Cumulative Redeemable Convertible Preference
20 - Cumulative Convertible Preference
21 - Convertible Preference
22 - Convertible Redeemable Preference
23 - Redeemable Preference
24 - Part Preference
25 - Redeemable Part Preference
26 - Cumulative Part Preference
27 - Convertible Part Preference
28 - Cumulative Redeemable Part Preference
29 - Cumulative Redeemable Convertible Part Preference
30 - Employee Preference
31 - Cumulative Part Employee Preference
40 - Options
41 - Employee Options
42 - Restricted Option
43 - Delivery Option
44 - Bonus Delivery Option
45 - Option Bonds
46 WARRANTS (CALLS)
47 WARRANTS (PUTS)
48 HIGH DENOMINATION WARRANTS (CALLS)
49 HIGH DENOMINATION WARRANTS (PUTS)
50 CONVERTIBLE NOTES (EQUITY SECURITY)
51 CONVERTIBLE NOTES (INTEREST RATE SECURITY)
61 SCREEN TRADED DEBENTURES
62 TRANSFERABLE DEPOSITS
63 TAX FREE LOANS
64 SEMI-GOVERNMENT LOANS
66 SCREEN TRADED SEMI GOVERNMENT LOANS
70 UNSECURED NOTES (NON-SCREEN TRADED)
71 SCREEN TRADED UNSECURED NOTES (CASH TRADED)
72 FLOATING RATE NOTES
73 WHOLESALE CORPORATE INTEREST RATE SECURITIES
80 GOVERNMENT LOANS
81 REBATEABLE GOVERNMENT LOANS
83 SCREEN TRADED GOVERNMENT LOANS
90 LOCAL CALL OPTIONS
91 LOCAL PUT OPTIONS
92 INTERNATIONAL CALL OPTIONS
93 INTERNATIONAL PUT OPTIONS
94 ASX FUTURES CALL OPTIONS
95 LOW EXERCISE PRICE OPTIONS (LEPO?s)
96 ASX FUTURES PUT OPTIONS
97 ASX FUTURES CONTRACTS
||Trading summary is an overview of the trades, volume and value of trades for
||The ASX code for a security over which an exchange traded option, ASX futures contract or warrant is issued.
|| An ASX generated theoretical price for a security. Provides a value for a security where it may not have traded today.
||The basis on which a valuation price is arrived at.
A = Set by a Lower Ask Price or Higher Ask Yield.
B = Set by a Higher Bid Price or Higher Bid Yield.
L = Set from Last Sale Price/Yield.
T = Theoretical Price/Yield.
C = Set from previous day's Closing Price/Yield.
||The value of total number of shares traded in the day.
||Total volume of shares traded in the day.
||The issuer of a warrant.
||Number of warrants required to be exercised to purchase one share.