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Trading Calendar 2010


Companies Update
6 November 2009
Update no 08/09

Important information for ASX Listed Entities

Deadlines for periodic reports, 2010
The Reporting Calendar  for the 2010 calendar year (PDF 25 KB) identifying the deadlines for periodic reports of listed companies with balance dates of 31 December or 30 June is now available on Listed companies are referred to Chapter 4 (PDF 191 KB) and Chapter 5 (PDF 113 KB) of the Listing Rules, and Listing Rule 17.5 (PDF 129 KB), in relation to their periodic reporting obligations.

Non-business and non-trading days in 2010
ASX has declared the non-business and non-trading days for 2010.

'Business day' is defined in listing rule 19.12 (PDF 148 KB) as:

Monday to Friday inclusive, except New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and any other day that ASX declares is not a business day.

The ASX Market Rules define 'trading day' as:

a day determined by ASX to be a Trading Day and notified to Market Participants.

The Trading Calendar for the 2010 year identifying public holidays, both national and state, is now available on It indicates whether they are non-business days (no ASTC settlement) and/or non-trading days (equities market closed). Any weekday not included in the attached calendar is a 'business day' and 'trading day' as defined.

ASX reserves the right to declare other days as non-business days and non-trading days. All home branches for listed entities and the Company Announcements Office will be open for business on all trading days, even though that day may be a non-business day or a public holiday in the State of that home branch.

The time limits set out in the timetables contained in the Appendices to the Listing Rules are calculated by reference to business days. Listed entities are reminded that if they are preparing a timetable for an issue or offer to existing security holders, a dividend, a call, a capital reorganisation, or any similar corporate action, the draft timetable may be lodged with ASX on a confidential basis for discussion with their Issuers Adviser.

To help keep our Listed Entities informed of information and events ASX will be sending emails to the Company Secretary's Office from time to time. You are receiving this email because you have been identified as a key contact within the Company Secretary's Office at your organisation. If you would like to update your email address please do so via the Directors/Senior Management page on ASX Online for Companies. Feel free to forward this email to any relevant parties within your organisation.