MAH

Macmahon Holdings (MAH)

Stock Code

MAH

Stock Exchange

Australian Securities Exchange

Macmahon Holdings (MAH) is a leading civil construction and contract mining company, specialising in surface and underground mining, civil engineering, quarrying and processing, and equipment hiring. The Company operates through mining and construction business divisions and it floated on the Australian Stock Exchange on December 1, 1983. The Company’s operations are mainly held in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. The mining contracts of MAH consist of the Mt Whaleback iron ore project and the Ellendale diamond project. To date the Group employs over 3,000 people.

Macmahon Record Profit Results


Mining and construction services company, Macmahon Holdings (ASX:MAH), have announced their full year profits to the market.

  • Full year profit of $56 million from a loss of $2.7 million the previous financial year.
  • Profit was buoyed from record revenue and project wins in FY 2012.

Best and Worst Pre-Christmas Traded Stocks


Stocks went up and down before Christmas day arrived and this record shows to prove it. Below are list of the best and the worst traded stocks in ASX100, ASX200 and All Ordinaries of the Australian Stock Exchange in the 51st week of 2011, December 19 to 23, 2011.

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S&P ASX 200 (XJO) Stocks Loser of the Week


Stocks Loser of the Week on the S&P ASX 200 (XJO) for the week. These stocks decreased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (7th week: 14th February to 18th February 2011). Losers this week include: MAH, TRS, CDU, BOW, GBG, CVN, PDN, PRY, ALS, GNS. Other lists of ASX companies by Market capitalisation.

S&P ASX 200 Best Performing Stocks


Best Performing Stocks on the S&P ASX 200 for the week. These stocks increased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (5th week: 31st January to 4th February 2011). Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation. Winners include: MMX, AGO, ELD, AVO, RRL, MAH, SDL, EQN, SBM, MML.

ASX200 Stocks which Sellers Sold


Stocks which sellers sold in strength on the ASX 200. These stocks decreased their share price by the biggest margin on the Australian stockmarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (47th week of 2010: 22nd November to 26th November). ASX200 stocks sold in strength this week included: ISF, ALL, GNC ,RSG, HST, EWC, OZL, TEN, HIL, CGF, MAH, KAR, ROC, FLT, IFN.

All Ordinaries Shares Which Overperformed


Shares which overperformed on the All Ordinaries, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 46th week of 2010: 15th November to 19th November. These stocks increased their stock price by the biggest percentage on the Australian stockmarket. Other lists of Aussie companies by market capitalisation. Overperforming All Ordinaries stocks include: VPG, NBS, BOC, CDU, SKE, HFA, MAH, AAX, CER, CTO, LLC, IOH, TNE, RFE, CIL.

ASX 200 Shares Which Overperformed


Shares which overperformed on the ASX 200. These stocks increased their share price by the biggest percentage on the Australian stockmarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the last week of trading (46th week of 2010: 15th November to 19th November). Overperforming ASX 200 stocks include: CDU, MAH, AAX, LLC, AXA, LNC, WOR, IVC, TEN, PRY, SHL, CTX, DJS, SRL, BXB.

Share Filter - All Ordinaries Bottom Stocks


Share filter of All Ordinaries bottom stocks on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 42nd week of 2010: 18th to 22nd October. These stocks decreased their share price by the biggest percentage on the Australian stockmarket. Shares include: MAH, CGX, FMS, KCN, IGR, TAP, AAX, CRE, ABY, PRC, CTY, OGC, GRR, ISF, QTM. Other lists of Australian companies by Market capitalisation.

Share Filter - ASX 200 Bottom Stocks


Share filter of ASX 200 bottom stocks. These Shares decreased their share price by the biggest percentage on the Australian stockmarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the last week of trading (42nd week of 2010: 18th to 22nd October). Shares include: MAH, KCN, AAX, ISF, SBM, RSG, SGM, PRU, PNA, PAN, MCR, CRZ, SDL, CDU, MBN. Other lists of Australian companies by Market capitalisation.

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