Another RBA rate rise; BRI’s underlying commodity; ASIC sues Mercer Super; GNC maps to bushel prices; LAU & IGL made the S&P All Ordinaries; Gerry Harvey wheels out his old material; Guy Debelle pops up at Super Fund; Solly Lew creeps another 3% up the Myer share register; Mortgage Rate survey sees interest rates back to 6.48%; Alex Hay on WHC ownership movements; Pulled pork on Duratec (DUR); TK’s experiments with selling stocks that are no longer on the buy list; TKs view on the negative market reaction to both CLX and DDH.

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