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Why do stocks priced above $2.00 on the ASX sometimes move in $0.005 increments?

On the Australian ASX price increments that a stock can move by is determined by the current value of the stock as shown below: Why is it then that sometimes a stock that is currently priced well ...
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Am I able to conduct a private sale of public shares at a price that I determine?

I was wondering if it were at all possible to sell my own shares to someone specific at a price I determine? Let's say I have $1,000 worth of an arbitrary publicly traded company and I wanted to sell ...
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What's the value proposition for investing in a note like ASX:AFIG?

First foray into PF, I hope I've followed the rules properly, especially since I'm such a stickler for them over on SO :-) Although I seem to be asking about a specific stock here, I'm really more ...
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How frequently is the list of constituents that make up the S&P/ASX 300 updated?

How frequently is the list of constituents that make up the S&P/ASX 300 updated? Is it once a month on the 1st Monday of the month, or daily, etc?
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I'm in Australia. What should I look for in an online stock broker, for trading mostly on the ASX?

I'm currently with ETrade, and just from doing a little research, I think they're a little expensive. They're about $25 a trade where as other places are $15. I was wondering, when finding an online ...
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What are the tax implications of buying US stocks from Australia?

I am thinking about buying some blue-chip US shares. My rationale being that the Australian dollar is currently buying a lot of US dollars, so this is a way to directly invest in some large US ...