ASX set to rise; Westpac won’t pay H1 dividend

ASX set to rise; Westpac won’t pay H1 dividend
Westpac said that, given its desire to retain a strong balance sheet and the ongoing uncertainty in its operating environment, the board has now decided it is prudent not topay a first half 2020 divi…

Westpac mentioned that, given its desire to back a sturdy steadiness sheet and the ongoing uncertainty in its working atmosphere, the board has now decided it is prudent no longer topay a critical half 2020 divi…
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