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Quest Investments Limited (QST)
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General Overview

About Quest Investments Limited

Murchison Holdings Limited is at the forefront of technological breakthroughs investing in diversified projects ranging from digital communication to alternative fuels.

Murchison Holdings is involved in a number of large scale developments, is a provider of highly advanced, cutting edge technology, is engaged in a wide rage of activities for the problems of tomorrow and can develop, source and deploy your products for distribution in the marketplace.

It is because of these wide and diverse interests and projects that they are split into separate entities, Murchison International Ltd. and Quest Investments Ltd. operate under the Murchison Holdings banner, as do their subsidiaries. Through this structure each branch can operate and control its own projects while strengthening the others, allowing Murchison Holdings to develop in a massive array of technologies.

Achieving approximately AUD$6 million in revenue, Murchison works with European, Asian, Australian, and North American investors and clients. Murchison is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX Code: MCH), along with the investment arm Quest Investments Limited (ASX Code: QST).



DiTV Set-top Box

The DiTV set-top box is the main front-end hardware for the DiTV solution, it is where all the data feeds into and out of. The wiring from your connection point will plug into this box, which will then in turn plug into your television, allowing you to access the content supplied by the platform. The STB itself can also function as a wireless router for the rest of your house or office as it can be built with an integrated Wi-Fi broadcaster.

The STB utilises state-of-the-art triple play technology, connecting through your broadband connection to a secure 'Ethernet' which our content servers are connected to, as well as a gateway to the internet. Triple play technology allows the ethernet to deliver voice, video and data through the same connection to your STB. The STB is built using the latest in microprocessor technology, chipsets and software capabilities.

LCD Screens Available

There are several screens available from their partner DiCE, who supplies sophisticated and technologically advanced "WHAT WE DO" throughout the world. There are several models available ranging from the affordable 20" LCD to the cinematic 42" Plasma. Specifications and pictures of the products follow below.

DiTV Wireless Keyboard

The wireless keyboard comes with more functions than a traditional wireless keyboard, rather than be connected by a infrared device, it sends its signal to the STB via a Radio Frequency signal, allowing the user to use the keyboard from further away and at wider angles.

The idea behind the keyboard is to facilitate the DiTV set-top box's computer functions, to allow you to use it to browse the internet, chat to friends and write emails without feeling tied to a computer. This also allows users to pass the keyboard to people in the boardroom without becoming entangled in a mass of wires, enabling people to give their input to projects more easily.

The keyboard also has integrated into it several 'one push' buttons allowing easy access to the content that the button is wired up to (movies or radio for example) making for more convenient navigation around the menu. There is also an installed mouse wheel designed to act as a mouse without having to use another input device.

Remote Controls

There are three types of remote control available for the DiTV module. The traditional remote control, the PDA remote control and the integrated remote control.

Traditional Remote Control

This remote control looks much like a normal satellite television remote controlhowever it has a navigational joystick built into the design. As it is designed to use radio frequency not infrared to broadcast its signal it is much more usable as small objects do not block the signal easily.

The remote control also comes with some 'one touch' buttons allowing you to select features without having to navigate the menu system and select the feature you want to use.

The PDA Remote Control

This remote control is used both as a PDA and as a remote control to select functions on your DiTV platform. The PDA screen displays all the buttons of a remote control and a great many 'one touch' buttons to take you directly to a feature, with these all built into a touch screen the remote is very easy to use and flexible in its PDA functionality as well as a remote.

The VoIP Integrated Remote

This remote control feature all the usual television remote buttons, and additional menu navigation buttons, however it comes with extra functionality in the form of a touch screen for 'mouse' navigation and character entering, allowing the user to not require a keyboard in order to use the internet or menu system.

The second additional feature of this remote control is the addition of a VoIP phone into the remote, allowing you too call people using the remote control as a telephone. This is a handy feature as it means that you can answer incoming VoIP calls without having to find where you left the telephone, or make calls with the same convenience.

VoIP Phone

The hardware supporting the VoIP module is either in the form of the integrated remote control discussed in the previous section or by using DiTV's digital cordless telephone.

The VoIP telephone connects to other VoIP phones through the Ethernet, but can also connect to traditional PSTN telephone networks if you want it to through the RJ11 gateway which is part of the backend system and not seen by users. However what is seen by the user is the cordless digital telephone supplied by DiTV, the phone is supplied with a base unit from which to charge the phone. The phone connects wirelessly to the DiTV set-top box in order to allow the VoIP to be channeled through it to the Ethernet and the PSTN network.

DiTV Smart Card Reader

Smart Cards have a small gold chip about ½ inch in diameter on the front. When inserted into a reader, the chip makes contact with electrical connectors that can read information from the chip and write information back. They have many applications from identification to storing bank information for payment.

The smart card reader embedded in their DiTV solution will be used both to pay for content and to gain access to content, to establish what modules the user has selected in their service program.

Smart cards are suitable for these tasks because they are engineered to be tamper resistant. The embedded chip of a smart card usually implements some cryptographic algorithm, designed to protect your information from harmful sources. Our DiTV then further encrypts this data when sending it to the receiver of payment, allowing you to use our card reader to make payments, secure in the knowledge that your data is safe.

You can also use their smart card reader to enable payments for the VoIP module, allowing the user to easily and simply buy more credit to phone people with. They have a special licence to operate a payment gateway through to the Bank of China, this is a feature not found amongst many service providers and will enable customers to use the Bank of China.


VoIP Gateway

This VoIP gateway is how your current phones in a small office or a home connect to the VoIP network and the PSTN at the same time. The phones plug into the gateway via a traditional telephone plug (known as the RJ11) and then into the phone line. However the gateway also then plugs into the internet, granting access to the VoIP network as well.

Key Features and Benefit
  • Support IETF STUN.
  • Interoperable with various 3rd party SIP end user device, Proxy/ Registrar/
  • Server, and gateway protocols.
  • Advanced DSP technology to ensure superior audio quality.
  • Support popular codecs including G .711 (a-law and u-law), G .726.
  • Support standard voice features such as Caller ID Display or Block, in-band and out-of-band DTMF (RFC2833), Dial Plans.
  • Support Silence Suppression, VAD, CNG, Line Echo Cancellation (G .168) and AGC.
IP Telephone- 888

This phone has the gateway built into it, although the phone does not have an RJ11 port built into it this does not matter as it connects to the usual PSTN using the ethernet gateway.


The Pnphone (plug 'n' play phone) is a USB phone that you simply plug into your computer or laptop with an internet connection and then can use to phone either VoIP networks or PSTNs the whole world over.

  • No need to install (Full Plug and Play for Microsoft Windows 2000/XP)
  • USB connection
  • Large keypad
  • On/Off Hook Switch
  • Caller ID display
  • Personal phone book stored inside the phone
  • One touch last numbers redial/recall
  • Friendly dialing just like a conventional call
  • Handfree plus voice assistant for dialing
  • Pop-up phone application when Off-Hook or Ring-in
  • Excellent vocal quality
  • Handy, Stylish, Portable for Notebook Computer
  • Auto hide phone application when On-Hook
  • Ccompetitivly priced
  • Free PnPhone™ to PnPhone™ calls
  • Low cost PnPhone™ to IDD calls
  • Operation Environment 3 – 40 Degree Celsius
  • Local Number Portability (LNP) Supported
  • Multiple Numbers Portability (MNP)
  • Rechargeable by stored value card or credit card on the web

This is a mini version of their PnPhone, with the unit the size of a USB flash drive with an attached speaker and microphone on a wire. It functions in much the same way as the PnPhone.

  • No need to install (Full Plug and Play for Microsoft Windows 2000/XP)
  • Build-in 100M memory for Personal phone book
  • Excellent voice quality
  • Handy, Style, Portable for Notebook Computer
  • The most competitive price
  • Free PnPhone™ to PnPhone™ calls
  • Low cost PnPhone™ to IDD calls
  • USB 1.1 Support
  • Operation Presure 86~106kPa
  • Operation Environment 0 – 40 Degree Celsius
  • Local Number Portability (LNP) Supported
  • Multiple Numbers Portability (MNP)
  • Rechargeable by stored value card or credit card on the web
Mobile VoIP Phone

This represents the culmination of their technological expertise, a MobileVoIP phone that wirelessly connects to the internet to use both VoIP and PSTN networks, can be activated and used in any Wi-Fi locations. With the mass growth of Wi-Fi hotspots recently this model is expected to lead the way forward in mobile communications.

The Mobile VoIP phone activly searches for available Wi-Fi networks within its vicinity, so it can be used in any Wi-Fi hotspots, likely to include your home, office, and many of the local coffee shops, restaraunts, airports and other wi-fi enabled areas. This allows you to cheaply conduct business when on the move.

Specific technical details to follow shortly.

Specific Features and Capabilities of the Call Station
Abbreviated Dial

This feature lets a user create, manage and use a personal speed dial list of up to 100 entries that is activated using a star code (*3), plus a two digit code. For example, if a phone number has been abbreviated to 33, then the user would dial *33

Alternate Service

This feature lets a user (usually someone designated as the operator, attendant, receptionist, etc.) immediately switch the system to the “night” or “after hours” mode. Typically, this feature is activated when the designated user leaves the office and wants an automated attendant to answer all calls arriving at their telephone.

Authorization Codes

Ability to require an authorization code to enable access to a system or service.


An auto-attendant answers a ringing line with a recorded announcement and then allows the caller to press a digit or digits to complete the call. Time-of-day controls can be applied to auto-attendants to initiate, remove, or change attendants, depending on specific time and-or date values. Auto attendants can also be configured to support dial by name.

  • Automatic Call Back / Ring Again
  • Automatically redials the last number dialed
  • Automatic Call Distribution

This feature allows Voicenet Solutions system to support queuing of calls sent to a specific “pilot” number and the distribution of queued calls to a group of phones known as a hunt group. A user's IP telephone is assigned a queue button, which then rings when a call is routed to the user. Users can press the queue button when idle and place themselves in an unavailable state so no calls will be directed to them.

Call Duration Display

Display duration of call in minutes and seconds.

Call Forward (all calls, when busy no answer)

Allows a user to forward a line on the phone to another station or external number.

Caller ID Display

Supports the display of the calling party's name and phone number, if provided, on the phone display.

Caller ID Block

Blocks display of user's caller ID (phone number).

Call Transfer

The Call Transfer feature lets a user transfer a call to another internal extension or external number.

Call Trace

Tracks the origin of a call, allowing the user to have the identity (phone number) of the calling party.

Day, Date and Time Display

The day, date, and current time is always displayed on display-enabled IP phones.

Denied Origination

Blocks calls from an extension based on calling rules set by the system administration (i.e. no international, no long-distance calls, etc.).

Direct Extension Assignment

This feature allows a user to re-program a telephone to be his/her telephone. For example, the user is visiting a remote office and wants to program a “guest” telephone to ring as his/her telephone.

DDI (Direct Dial In)

This feature allows outside callers to directly dial an internal extension, bypassing an operator or auto-attendant.

Do Not Disturb

The Do Not Disturb feature allows a user to block incoming calls and still be able to make calls and use other telephone features. When the feature is activated, incoming calls are handled in one of the following ways:

  • Voice mail, if the user has a voice mailbox.
  • The Do Not Disturb destination programmed for that user in the Service Administrator.
  • To the phone if the incoming number has been designated as an Urgent or Priority Call in call screening of the Desktop or Web Portal applications.
  • If no action has been taken, the caller hears busy.
Do Not Disturb Override

Allows numbers selected by the user to ignore Do not Disturb status and ring through to the speakerphone.

External Line Access Code

Allows digit to be specified for obtaining outside line dial tone.

Group Speed Dialing

This feature provides capabilities beyond those provided by speed dial buttons and the Abbreviated Dial feature. With Group Speed Dialing, a customer partition has a common speed dial list of up to 1,000 entries. Creating and managing the speed dial list is supported at the enterprise and system administrator level.

Hold This feature lets user place a call on hold. While a call is holding, the associated line is occupied by the holding party and it cannot be used for any other purpose. (To place a call on hold and free the line, the user can use Call Park, discussed earlier.) After the party is on hold for one minute, the system rings the associated line to remind the user that the party is holding.

Hot Keypad Dialing

Allows users of some phones to press any number on the keypad to begin dialing a call. The user does not have to pick up the handset, select a line or turn on the speakerphone to make a call.

Hunt Groups

Calls are directed to groups of users for increased call coverage. Five different methods are used to distribute calls within a hunt group:

  • Top-To-Bottom
  • Bottom-To-Top
  • Longest Idle (aka Universal Call Distribution)
  • Round Robin (aka Circular)
  • Series Completion

The Intercom feature allows users to make extension-to-extension intercom calls between IP telephones with speakerphones. To use this feature, the user presses the Intercom button and dials the desired extension number. The system automatically turns on the called party's speakerphone with two fast beeps to identify the call as an intercom cal land the two parties can then converse. NOTE: If the called party has a Cisco 7960 telephone, the user will have to pick up the handset to carry on a conversation.

Last Number Redial

This feature allows a user to redial the last number that was dialed.

LCD Feature Prompting

Phone display shows test prompts that match the phone state, such as reminders of voice mail codes when connected to the voice mail system.

Message Waiting Indicator

A lit LED or stutter tone (special dial tone) at the phone notifies users they have a new message in voice mail.

Multiple Station Appearance

Allows a single phone number to ring multiple physical phones.

Multiple Voice Mailboxes

Allows a single extension to have multiple voice mail boxes.


Mute allows a user to disable and enable the speakerphone/handset microphones during a conversation to hold a private conversation that the other party cannot hear.

Night Service

Ability to route calls to alternate number (for example, directly to voice mail) during non-work hours

On-hook Dialing

Voicenet Solutions system supports the ability of users to dial a number while the handset is on-hook by doing one or all of the following:

  • Dial the phone number o the keypad and , if necessary, press a line or speaker button or softkey.
  • press the desired line button and dial the number.
  • Turn on the speakerphone and dial the number. •Use a speed dial button.
  • Use the redial feature.
  • Use the intercom feature.

Allows users to make extension-to-extension calls between IP phones with speakerphones.


Release lets users disconnect from a call without having to hang up the handset.

Selective Call Forwarding

Allows user to designate a unique call forwarding procedure to a specific, pre-defined incoming number.

Selective Call Block

Allows users to permanently reject incoming calls from a specific, pre-defined incoming number.

Single Call Arrangement

When DDI rings on multiple phones, only one user at a time can answer the call.

Simultaneous Ringing

Allows calls to numbers assigned to multiple phones to simultaneously ring all assigned phones.

Soft Keys

Programmable phone buttons can be assigned particular features for single-button convenience.

Speed Dial

This feature lets a user store a favorite phone number and then dial it by pressing the associated speed dial button.

Star Codes

Allows use of combination of the *and # and number keys to activate various phone and system features.

Virtual Ring

Allows user to have callers from particular number to hear a ringing sound as if the call has not been answered. Ringing sound continues until the calling party disconnects.

Voice Mail Distribution List

Allows user to create up to 20 personal voice mail distribution groups. Accessed via star codes or Webportal.

Voice Mail Notification

A lit LED or stutter tone at the phone notify users that they have a new message in voice mail.

Volume up / down

Allows user to change the speakerphone/handset volume (also during a call).



This development is part of a three-member consortium of investors, which has now signed agreements with the People's Government of Nan'an District of Chongqing Municipality to jointly set up an industrial park, to be known as "Deutsche Industrial Town" ("DIT") and to be located in Changjiang Industrial Park, Nan'an District, Chongqing, in the People's Republic of China ("PRC").

The consortium of investors signing jointly with MCH is Ecosoil Holdings Limited of Germany and Toptrend Group of the PRC ("MET"). This development has been made possible through the support of the Nan'an Provincial government, to which their Chairman Chiang Wee Tiong is the Senior Economic Advisor.


Building the Future for Montenegro

In June 2006, MCH was approached by its European partners to participate in a preliminary assessment on the possibility of assisting Montenegro in some of its planned infrastructural projects. After a series of meetings the Government of Montenegro and Budva Municipal Government, and having toured the sites of some of the intended development programmes, MCH and its partners (“Consortium”) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with the respective Governments for a number of projects which the Consortium is confident in implementing.


Quest Investments Ltd

Quest Investments Limited engages in Stock Trading through Quest Stockbrokers Ltd, and direct investment activities into a number of companies. Stocks are covered in Hong Kong, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand.

It also incorporates Quest Telecom Ltd, currently developing and supplying advanced VoIP systems to both the commercial market and as a OEM to telecommunication companies the whole world over.

Murchison International Ltd

Murchison International Limited is currently involved in the development of a very large complex in Chongqing, constructing a number of residential, industrial and commercial areas.

Murchison International is also at the forefront of information and communication technology through the development and deployment of its DiTV solution, the future of communication.

The sourcing department works through Murchison International, utilising our position within the Asia-Pacific region to source products for highly specialised clients.

Quest Stockbrokers Ltd

Quest Stockbrokers Ltd is the investment arm of Quest Investments Ltd, focusing on markets throughout the world. Quest Stockbrokers utilises years of experience in the financial sector to successfully trade and invest stocks and shares.

Quest Telecom (Ltd) QTL

Quest Telecom Limited (QTL) forms a telecommunications hub with a developed back-end support offering an array of VoIP fixed and mobile telecom equipment to access user locations worldwide. QTL boasts the latest 2.4GHz digital wireless and 5.8GHz cordless digital phone technology, and is currently finalizing partners for the VoIP roll-out in Europe, Australia, and Malaysia.


IPTV stands for Internet Protocol Television. This roughly translates to television delivered through your broadband connection at a faster rate and higher quality than currently available. Our own IPTV solution, called Digital Interactive Television(DiTV), is unique as it integrates on-demand video and radio with a number of other interactive features such as the internet, VoIP, and Videoconferencing.


DICE multi-media manufactures ODM Consumer Electronic products imparting the most sophisticated cordless digital phones, WiFi, mobile, and video phones, MP3 and MP4 personal entertainment devices, and network computers. Murchison International Ltd. holds the worldwide rights to distribute DiTV and DiCE products.

Quest Marine Resources Limited

Quest Marine Resources Limited is incorporated in Australia with a vision to be a global player in the “white protein” food industry.

Quest Marine Resources Limited (“QMR”) is incorporated in Australia with a vision to be a global player in the “white protein” food industry. QMR's white protein food products are currently centred on various high-margin seafood products; namely abalone , octopus, anchovy, scallop, sea cucumber and mackerel.

QMR's comparative advantage in providing high quality and high margin products is the result of a successful integration of the high hygiene standards of Australia in food processing and the relatively lower labour processing costs in the People's Republic of China (“PRC”). The ability to harness the strength of both Australia and the PRC has seen rapid expansion in the demand for our premium products.

Currently, they export canned abalone from Australia to South East Asia and Hong Kong. QMR also exports anchovies to Spain and other European Union countries. QMR and its processing associate in the PRC have an exclusive licence to export anchovy fro the PRC and also secure the relevant health certificate for exporting to EU countries. Their octopus products are exported to Korea and Japan.

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Financial Strength Ratios

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Most Recent Fiscal Year {{ratios['Financial strength'].ACURRATIO.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].AQUICKRATI.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].ALTD2EQ.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].ATOTD2EQ.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
  Payout ratio Current EV/Free Cash Flow Interest coverage Total debt/total equity
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMPAYRAT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].EV2FCF_CurTTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} -
Income Statement Revenue EBITD Earnings before taxes Net Income available to common Earnings before taxes Normalized Earnings per Share, Normalized, Excluding Extraordinary Items, Avg. Diluted Shares Outstanding
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  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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5 Year Average {{ratios.Margins.GROSMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.MARGIN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.OPMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.PTMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.Focf2Rev_AAvg5.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Trailing 12 Months - - {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Management Effectiveness Ratios

Turnover Asset Inventory Receivables
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Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Employees Net Income Revenue
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Growth Ratios

Growth Rates Revenue % EPS Dividend Revenue/Share Book Value Per Share Capital Spending Net Profit Margin
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TTM over TTM {{ratios.Growth.EPSTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.TTMEPSCHG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

Projected Sales ProjSalesH ProjSalesL ProjSalesNumOfEst ProjSalesPS
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ProjSalesQ ProjSalesQH ProjSalesQL ProjSalesQNumOfEst Price2ProjSales
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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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EPSActualQ EPSPrevQ EPSSurpriseQ EPSSurpriseQPrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

Financial Summary

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Accounting Notes
Fiscal Year Ends Most Recent Quarter Transfer agent Auditor Shariah Compliant

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Analyst Footnotes

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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

Start Date End Date
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Recommendation Statistics

No Recommendation Statistics

Recommendation Statistics
Recommendation Number Of Analysts
Sell Reduce Hold Buy Strong Buy {{stats.NumberOfAnalysts}}
I/B/E/S Mean
{{verdict[meanmarker]}} {{analystvotes}} Analysts Mean recommendation from all analysts covering the company on a standardized 5-point scale.
  • Sell
  • Reduce
  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

No Past Recommendations

Past Broker Recommendations
  Sell Underperform Hold Buy Strong Buy Total
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Target Price

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Level 5
333 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC
AU Australia, 3000

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