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Low Performing Shares ASX 200


Low Performing shares for this week of the bottom 10 Australian shares which are in the ASX 200. Low performing company shares this week included: ENERGY WORLD CORPORATION LTD, TELSTRA CORPORATION LIMITED., JAMES HARDIE INDUSTRIES N.V., COMPUTERSHARE LIMITED, AUSENCO LIMITED, GUNNS LIMITED, LINC ENERGY LTD, MIRABELA NICKEL LIMITED, DOWNER EDI LIMITED, WOTIF.COM HOLDINGS LIMITED.

Wotif.com Holdings Expects 29 Percent Jump in Full-Year Profit


Wotif.com Holdings (WTF), an online travel agency that offers online accommodation booking services to around 45 countries with main focus on the Australian and New Zealand market has announced that it is expecting to see its full-year profit to increase by as much as 29 percent based on strong occupancy levels in Australia. The WTF shares went up by 1.84 percent or 9c on Wednesday hitting $4.99 where it was closed at an eight month low ($4.90 a share) on Tuesday.

ASX Worst Performers of the Week


iSOFT Group Limited (ISF), a company that supplies software and IT solutions to healthcare providers was the worst performer in the ASX200 list for the week. The company had a market capitalisation of $347.7 million and lost 40.7 percent to its stock price closing for the week at 34 cents. These stocks traded for 57 cents during the last week.

The Worst Performers of Week 15


Wotif.com Holdings (WTF), an online travel agency that offers online accommodation booking services to in excess of 45 countries with a primary concentration on Australia and New Zealand was the worst performer in the ASX200 list for the 15th week. The company had a market capitalisation of $1377.0 million and lost 14.6 percent to its stock price and was closed for the week at $6.57. Its stocks were traded at $7.69 during the last week.

Wotif.com Gains a Massive 66% after the First Day’s Trade on ASX


Wotif.com is a successful "last minute" online accommodation website that listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) last Friday opening strongly at $3.06, up $1.06 compared to the $2 issue price from the $172 million initial public offer (IPO). The share price closed the first days' trade at $3.32 - 66 per cent above the IPO price with almost 39 million shares traded. With the share price soaring, the market capitalization is now at $674 million. Also note that the original shareholders still hold 58 per cent of the company.

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