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Wesfarmers chimes in to RSPT

Wesfarmers has entered the super-profits debate, issuing a statement that calls the new mining tax regime inappropriate.

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Las Vegas, Nv.
Wesfarmers has it just about right. Moreover, why should the miners infrastructure cost be treated any differntly than the oil men insofar as "rights to mine" are concerned? Australia is not a 3rd World Country and it's high time the population wake up to the game the Marxists are playing, or the country will end up looking more like Africa and South America. These Marxist politicians have just been thrown out of the UK, and they're on the way out in the USA as well. Hasn't anyone noticed the 12/15% drop in the Australian dollar since this confiscatory tax scheme was revealed?

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Wesfarmers (WES)

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BN30 Index

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Top 10 Shareholders

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Total Shareholder Return as at 31/07/19

1 year TSR5 year TSR
37thAustal144%31%
216thWesfarmers20%11%
228thAutomotive Holdings Group18%0%
361stSeven Group Holdings-4%24%
632ndSeven West Media-48%-22%
731 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

10/04/19
$11k Issued
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$22k Issued
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Revenue

1st-Wesfarmers$67,152.0m
2nd-Automotive Holdings Group$6,472.6m
3rd-Seven Group Holdings$3,411.5m
5th↓Seven West Media$1,637.0m
6th↓Austal$1,408.5m
198 listed industrial companies ranked by revenue.
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