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Worley Limited is an Australia-based industrial engineering solutions company. The Company is a provider of professional project and asset services. The principal activities of the Company consist of providing engineering design and project delivery services, including providing maintenance and support services to sectors, which include energy, chemicals and resources. Its segments include Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and Asia-Pacific (APAC). The Company serves multi-national oil and gas, resources and chemicals companies, as well as regionally and locally focused companies, national oil companies and government owned utilities.
L 15 141 Walker St
NORTH SYDNEY, NSW
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Robert Christopher Ashton
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Andrew N. Liveris
Lead Independent Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Charmaine Rita Hopkins
Interim Chief Financial Officer
Group President - Technology Solutions
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Australian shares ended higher on Wednesday in line with other markets, after troubled developer China Evergrande Group assured it would avoid default, dousing investor worries of an imminent crisis unleashing global financial chaos.
Australia shares fell on Wednesday, weighed down by heavyweight banks and mining stocks as copper prices dropped, although gains in energy, tech and gold stocks capped losses.
Australian shares closed lower on Wednesday, after gaining for three consecutive sessions, as energy stocks declined and weak iron ore prices weighed on heavyweight miners.
Australian shares rose on Tuesday, driven by technology and healthcare stocks, although a sharp drop in biotech firm Mesoblast due to disappointing earnings kept a lid on gains.
* CBA up 1.2%; will report full-year results next week (Updates to close)
Australian shares registered a record closing high on Tuesday, boosted by mining stocks after BlueScope Steel issued a robust full-year earnings outlook.
Australian shares fell more than 1% on Tuesday, following a sell-off on Wall Street as rising global coronavirus cases soured risk appetite, while Oil Search jumped after rejecting a takeover bid from Santos.
Australia shares fell 1.3% on Monday as COVID-19 cases in Sydney and the state of Victoria sparked worries of lockdown extension, while software firm Altium sank on reports that U.S. peer Autodesk would abandon its $3.9 billion takeover bid.
Australian shares closed at their highest level in more than two weeks on Wednesday, as technology and health stocks rallied, though the gains were capped by losses in oil and gas companies.
* COVID-19 cases in NSW weigh on sentiment (Updates to close)
Australian shares looked set to snap a four-day winning rally on Wednesday as blue-chip miners dragged and a rise in domestic coronavirus cases sparked fears of a snap lockdown in the state of Victoria.
Australian shares were flat on Thursday, as losses in banks and technology stocks offset advances made by heavyweight miners on the back of higher commodity prices.
* NZ rises more than 1%, hits highest in nearly 3 months (Updates to close)
Australian shares rose on Friday, led by banking stocks after the country's central bank signalled it would extend monetary policy support for longer, while overnight Wall Street gains also aided sentiment.
* Both benchmark indexes retreat from three sessions of gains
* Financial sub-index extends gains to 4th day (Updates to close)
* Lower oil prices hurt Australian energy stocks (Updates to close)
Australian shares gave up early gains to close lower on Tuesday as a rise in coronavirus cases stoked concerns of a stricter lockdown, while data showed employment was hit due to restrictions placed earlier.
Mexico will next week announce which company or consortium will project manage the construction of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's planned refinery in his home state of Tabasco, the government said on Tuesday.
* RECEIVED APPROVAL FROM CFIUS WITH RESPECT TO PENDING SALE OF COMPANY'S ENERGY, CHEMICALS AND RESOURCES BUSINESS
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