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Political contenders warm up

With the political stage now set for a federal election in October or November, and any upheaval in the upper echelons of Western Australia’s two major parties before the February 2009 state contest unlikely, a cursory look at various contenders is worthwhile at this point.

Firstly, state Labor’s satisfactory, if not spectacular, showing at the Peel by-election further confirmed that the elevation of Alan Carpenter to the premiership, rather than Michelle Roberts or Jim McGinty, was the correct decision.

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BN30 Index

Index = 100 as of 4 Jan 2016
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Total Shareholder Return as at 29/09/17

1 year TSR5 year TSR
112thAtlas Iron71%-58%
170thSouth3241%0%
289thFortescue Metals Group12%13%
308thNorthern Star Resources9%36%
321stWoodside Petroleum6%3%
719 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
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Share Transactions

03/10/17
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29/09/17
$0 Bought
26/09/17
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Revenue

1st-Fortescue Metals Group$10,999.7m
2nd↑South32$9,392.9m
3rd-Woodside Petroleum$5,715.9m
4th↑Atlas Iron$896.6m
5th-Northern Star Resources$850.6m
489 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
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Remuneration from Fortescue Metals Group

4thNev Power$5.324m
654thMark Barnaba$223k
773rdSharon Warburton$170k
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