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ASX 200 SPI Futures down 7 points. Dow closes up 77 points (0.2%) S&P500 down 7 (0.2%) Nasdaq down 63 points (0.5%) Iron ore up 1.8% Gold down 0.9% USD stronger. Yields rise on 528k jobs number. Chinese data over weekend positive. Base metals better. Oil up 0.9% Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and research. Become an…
 
ASX 200 finished the week in style hitting a high or 7016 up 41 points (0.6%). Global markets hitting two-month highs. Resources were back in fashion, BHP leading the charge, up 1.7% and RIO up 2.6% with FMG rallying 2.7%. Base metals in demand too, OZL up 3.1%, IGO up 4.1% and S32 rallying 2.4%. Gold miners shining, NCM up 0.7%, DEG up 3.2% and EV…
 
Energy stocks weighed on the market overnight with oil falling Brent falling 2.75%, and WTI falling below US$90, the Dow finished down 85 points (-0.26%). Technology stocks continued their rise, the Nasdaq gained 0.41%. SPI Futures are up six points, indicating a slow day of trade ahead. Get on top of all the news for today with Henry’s Breakfast B…
 
ASX 200 closed down 1 point at 6975 well off intra day highs as enthusiasm wanes and iron ore stocks sagged. BHP down 1.1%, FMG down 2.0% and RIO off 1.6%. Base metals were slightly weaker but hardly registering on the same level, lithium stocks a little mixed, PLS down 1.1% LTR up 3.7% and AKE up 1.4%. Gold miners eased back slightly with NCM off …
 
US stocks reversed losses from earlier in the week overnight, the Dow added 416 points (+1.3%), while the Nasdaq continued its charge, finishing up 2.6%. SPI Futures are indicating a 32-point (+0.47%) gain. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 32 points Dow soars 416 points (1.3%) on better corporate results. Nasdaq up 319 points (2.6%) S&P500 up 64 points (1.6%…
 
ASX 200 closed down 22 points at 6976 (0.3%) off the lows as Pelosi visit fears calm slightly. Banks slipped lower with the Big Bank Basket down to $175.71 (1%). MQG down 1.4% and ASX slipping 3.4% on yet more delays to CHESS replacement. Insurers slightly higher, QBE up 1.1%. Healthcare fell away with CSL leading the sector flat after early losses…
 
US markets fell again overnight, the Dow fell 402 points (-1.2%), following US-China political tensions and hawkish comments from the Fed’s Daly. SPI Futures indicating a soft day of trade ahead, down 11 points (-0.2%). ASX 200 SPI Futures down 11 points. Dow falls 402 points (1.2%) Caterpillar weighs. S&P 500 down 27 points (0.7%) Nasdaq down 20 p…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures up 70 points. Dow runs another 332 points (1.0%) Nasdaq up 130 points (1.1%) S&P 500 up 49 (1.2%) Apple and Amazon please after hours. Nasdaq futures up 140 after trade. Base metals better. Gold runs 1.8% Oil up 0.5%. Iron ore better. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and research. Become an informe…
 
ASX 200 rose 67 points to 6890 (1%) as buyers flooded back post Fed. Almost like a short squeeze of epic proportions in second line tech. Banks boosted despite falling yields, the Big Bank Basket up to $174.35 (0.7%) with ANZR down 1.8%. CBA the super star up 1%. MQG delivered again up 3.0% for its 53rd yearly consecutive profit. Insurers mixed, QB…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures up 52 Dow runs 436 points higher (1.4%) as Fed raises rates 75bps. Nasdaq up 470 points (4.1%) S&P 500 up 103 points (2.6%) Base metals firm. Gold and iron ore steady. Oil up 2.1% RIO in focus post results. Div a little light on. MQG update out. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and research. Become…
 
ASX 200 pushes another 16 points ahead to 6823 as CPI comes in below expectations. Core inflation at highest since 1991 at 4.9%. Good news. Banks led the market higher as the Big Bank Basket rallied to $173.17 (1.7%) with ANZ up 0.4% and ANZR up 2.9%. Insurers slightly higher with IAG better by 1.1%, MQG dropped 1.1% though. Healthcare better with …
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 36 points Dow down 229 points (0.7%) S&P 500 down 46 points 1.2% Nasdaq down 220 points 1.9% Base metals up slightly. Iron ore up 1.3% Oil down 1.8% Gold unchanged. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and research. Become an informed investor today; thousands of member cannot be wrong. Use Promo …
 
ASX 200 pushed 17 points ahead to 6807 (0.3%) despite US futures weakness on Walmart news. Fed watching continues. US results in focus tonight. Resources carried the day with iron ore producers doing well, BHP up 2.5%, RIO up 1.9% and FMG rallying 2.5%. Base metals were also better as OZL ran 1.1% and lithium stocks firmed. Oil and gas doing ok as …
 
ASX 200 finished slightly weaker down 3 at 6792 (0%) as the index drifted around ahead of weekend. Dow futures weighing slightly on Snap drop. Banks were firm dominated by trade in ANZ rights up 25.4%. The Big Bank Basket rose to $171.34(0.8%). MQG slipped slightly as brokers warning of a weaker result to come, QBE slumped 2.1% as IAG underwhelmed …
 
Another good night in the US as the Dow finished up 162 points (+0.51%) rallying off lows and closing near highs, rounding out the best three-session rally since May. SPI Futures indicating a slow day ahead, up 12 points (+0.18%) this morning. Get up to speed on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI 200 Futures up 12 points Dow up 162…
 
ASX 200 surged 35-points to 6794 (0.5%) in late trade. Banks were the strength and industrials, as the Big Bank Basket rose to $170.05 (1.1%) after ANZ joined the fray, up 2.2%. Seems $3.5bn was an easy raise for a good acquisition. CBA up 1.7%, elsewhere financials flat, MQG up 0.4% and SUN dropping 2.1%. MFG kicked again rising 2.8%. Healthcare o…
 
Upbeat US corporate earnings provided a boost for stocks overnight, the Dow finished up 48 points (+0.15%) while the Nasdaq outperformed finishing up 1.58%. SPI Futures are down 33 points this morning (-0.49%). Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 33 points Dow up 48 points(0.25%) Nasdaq up 185 points (1.6%) S&P…
 
ASX 200 sprinted 110 points higher to 6759 (1.7%) on US rally and company updates. All cylinders firing as banks, resources and industrials were bought up. Another bear rally or the real thing? The Big Bank Basket rose to $168.20 (1.0) with ANZ still in a halt. Fund managers also in demand, MQG up 3.9%, HUB rose 0.5% and Insurers also in demand, QB…
 
US markets had a strong rally overnight with the S&P 500 (+1.92%) posting its best day in three weeks. The Dow finished just off highs, up 754 points (+2.43%). SPI Futures are indicating a strong day of trade ahead for Aussie markets, up 79 points (+1.21%). Get all you need to know for today with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 7…
 
ASX 200 fell 38 points to 6650 (-0.6%). Asian markets all weaker and RBA minutes kicked in at 11.30am to help us down a little. Volumes remain modest. Resources turned turtle with iron ore miners mixed on BHP production report, down 1.0%. FMG up 0.7% whilst base metals stocks slipped quietly away, IGO down 1.4%, S32 off 2.3% and LYC down 1.6%. Lith…
 
US stocks slipped overnight, the Dow posted its biggest loss in more than two weeks, giving up early gains to finish down 193 points (-0.32%). SPI Futures are pointing to a 21-point loss today after a good start to the week yesterday. Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 21 Dow falls 216 (0.7%) as Apples …
 
ASX 200 kicks 82 points to 6666 (1.2%) as bank rally after Citi results and iron ore steadies in Asia, giving BHP a 2.4% lift. Late kick helps too, with 25 points on match out. The Miners were better across the board with RIO up 2.1% and FMG up 3.4%. Base metals doing well, S32 up 2.1% and IGO up 4.4% and lithium stocks doing well, LTR up 8.4%, INR…
 
US stocks rallied on Friday night, with better-than-expected retail sales and a jump in bank stocks acting as a catalyst for markets. The Dow gained 658 points, closing on highs. SPI Futures are pointing to a 57-point gain. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 57 Dow up 658 points (2.2%) Citi drives bulls. S&P 500…
 
ASX 200 falls 45 points to 6606 (-0.7%) after a solid rally off lows. Resources took the big hit. Banks had a decent rally off early lows. Resources saw commodities flop and took the sector with it. BHP down 3.5%, FMG off 6.2% and RIO down 2.9%. Gold miners also fell, NCM down 2.8%, NST off 2.5%. Base metal stocks hit, IGO down 7.1%, POS off 2.4% a…
 
US stocks rallied into the close from early lows as rate-hike concerns and weak results from Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan hurt the market. The Dow finished down 143 points (-0.46%). SPI Futures are pointing to a 52 point loss (-0.79%) with iron ore and base metals all moving lower. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures…
 
ASX 200 rallied 29 points to 6651 (0.4%) despite US CPI and a strong jobs number locally. Resources firm., Banks weak ahead of US reports tonight. The Big Bank Basket fell to $163.39 (1.3%). CBA off 1.5%, MQG falling 0.2% and insurers under pressure, SUN down 0.2% and QBE unchanged Industrials firm with CSL up 0.8%, RHC up 1.1% in the healthcare sp…
 
US stocks hit a roadblock as inflation came in hotter than expected at 9.1%, although recovered into the close. The Dow still finished down 209 points (-0.67%). SPI Futures indicating a muted day of trade, down four points. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 4 points. Dow falls 209 points (0.7%) Choppy and low…
 
ASX 200 closed up 15 to 6605 (0.2%) as a late afternoon charge helped. A mixed quiet session as we await the US CPI release tonight. Banks firmed slightly with the Big Bank Basket up to $165.67 (0.7%). CBA the star up 1.1% with MQG doing well up 2.2%. MFG slightly higher too up 2.9%. Insurers flat with IAG down 1.1%. Industrials higher with TLS up …
 
US stock fell overnight as recession fears continue ahead of the CPI number tonight. The Dow finished down 192 points (-0.62%). SPI Futures are predicting a flat open. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures unchanged. Dow falls 193 in late fall (0.6%) Nasdaq down 108 points (1.0%) S&P 500 drops 36 points (0.9%) Base me…
 
ASX 200 gave up early gains to close up 4 points at 6606 (+0.1%). Resources were once again on the nose after more shutdowns in China affecting stimulus hopes with recession fears trumping all. Iron ore miners led falls, BHP down 1.4%, MIN off 2.6% and base metal stocks weaker with lithium depressed. INR down 7.5%, PLS off 2.2% and AKE down 4.8%. C…
 
US markets pulled back overnight amid rising Covid concerns in China and ahead of the CPI number later this week. SPI Futures are up 18 points. Get in the know with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 18 Dow down 164 (0.5%) Nasdaq down 263 (2.3%) Twitter falls 11.3% on Musk pulling out. S&P 500 down 45 (1.2%) Base metals ease. Gold d…
 
1. ASX 200 fell 76 points to 6602 (1.1%) on next to no volumes. Closed on day low. US futures turned negative with big week ahead and profit taking hitting last week’s winners. Banks fell with the Big Bank Basket down to $162.85 (0.2%). MQG slipped 1.7%, ASX off 1.8% and MFG rose 0.8%. Insurers held up as bond yields rose to 3.53%. Healthcare mixed…
 
US stocks closed the week mixed but the major indices posted gains overall. SPI Futures closed up 20 points on Saturday morning. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 20 points Dow down 46 points (0.2%) Nasdaq up 14 points (0.1%) S&P 500 unchaanged. US jobs numbers 372k better than expected. Base metals ease slight…
 
ASX 200 rose 30 points to 6678 (+0.5%) in lacklustre trade to end its best week since March. It was another day of bifurcation with resources turning green and banks seeing red. The Big Bank Basket slipped back to $163.35 (-0.4%). Insurers flat. MFG down 3% again on leaky FUM, GQG down 4.1% on its FUM. MQG flat with PNI up 1.7% after good results y…
 
US stocks rallied as fed hawks downplayed recession fears. The S&P 500 (+1.5 %) and NASDAQ (+2.28%) posted their longest winning streaks since March, while the Dow finished up 1.12%. Looking to finish off the week on a positive note SPI Futures are up 49 points (+0.75%). Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up…
 
A volatile session in the US saw the Dow close right in the middle of its trading range for the session overnight, up 70 points (+0.23%). Markets liked the note of certainty that came from the Fed’s meeting minutes, discussing the coming 50-75bps rate hike. SPI Futures are up 35 points (+0.54%) this morning. Catch up on the latest market news with …
 
ASX 200 fell 35 points to 6594 (0.5%) as commodity stocks remain under serious pressure on crude falls. Iron ore stocks led the falls with BHP down 5.6% (34 index points alone) and FMG off 4.9%. Gold miners slid on bullion falls, NCM down 6.6% RRL down 6.9% and EVN off 4.0%. Base metals also in the firing line, IGO collapsed 4.9%, S32 off 8.3% and …
 
US markets were a little mixed overnight. The Dow finished down 129 points, with tech outperforming, leading the NASDAQ to a 194-point gain. The big story from the night though, was the oil price as WTI crude fell below US$100 a barrel. SPI Futures are down 64 points as the energy sector looks to be topping out fast. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 64 poi…
 
ASX 200 rallies 17 points to 6629 (+0.3%) on very light volumes. School holidays and end-of-year marketing reports taking their toll. RBA decision kept many players on the sidelines as Lowe moved 50bps as widely expected. Rally petered out at the close. Resources doing ok despite some concerns in iron ore, BHP rose 0.3%, FMG up 1.5% and RIO unchang…
 
US markets are closed for July 4th Independence Day holiday. SPI Futures are up a single point this morning, muted ahead of the RBA interest rate decision today at 2:30 pm. Get up to speed on all the latest news with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 1 US markets closed for Independence Day European markets slightly positive. Dow f…
 
y ASX 200 rose 73 points to 6613 (1.1%) ahead of the RBA meeting tomorrow with the US markets closed tonight for Independence Day. Banks were the stand-out together with healthcare and industrials, The Big Bank Basket rose to $161.14 with CBA leading the charge up 0.8%. MQG also doing well up 1.8% with insurers a little flat despite bond yields ris…
 
ASX 200 SPI futures up 96 points. Dow up 322 points (1.1%) Nasdaq up 99 points (0.9%) Iron ore falls. Gold eases. Oil up 2.4%. Base metals fall slightly RBA in focus. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and become a better investor.Kirjoittanut Marcus Today
 
A night for record-breaking in the US. Unfortunately, they weren’t good records. The worst first half for the S&P 500 since 1970, worst first half for the Dow since 1962 and the NASDAQ saw its worst first half ever. But it’s not all bad news with history showing The S&P 500 has bounced back following all losses of 15% or more. As we kick off the ne…
 
ASX 200 finished the year down in the dumps down 132 points to 6568 (2.0%). More undressing than window dressing. Late sell off as funds took out the trash. Sloppy across the board. Banks were hit again as the rally from the lows has been skewered, the Big Bank Basket fell 2.6% to $159.30 with CBA down 2.8% and NAB off 2.4%. MQG off 2.1%, with the …
 
Not a lot of action overnight, the Dow finished barely positive, up 82 points (+0.27%), while the S&P and NASDAQ were unchanged. SPI Futures are indicating a muted day of trade for the end of financial year, down a solitary point. Catch up on all there is to know for the day ahead with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 1 point. D…
 
The ASX 200 closed down 63 points to 6700 (-0.9%). The market made a small recovery through the second half of the session but still finished in the red. Institutional portfolio rebalancing, as we approach the end of the quarter a feature. Financials, consumer staples and energy were the only sectors that finished in positive territory. Energy name…
 
Big tech stocks took a tumble as US markets saw their second consecutive losing session overnight. The catalyst was weak economic data which fueled more fears of a recession. The Dow fell 491 points (-1.56%), giving up some early gains. SPI Futures are pointing to an 84 point loss today (-1.26%). Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX…
 
ASX 200 up another 58 points to 6764 (+0.9%) as the grind higher continues. Late kick helps as US futures rally hard. Resources took up the baton today with iron ore producers pushing ahead. BHP up 4.3%, RIO up 3.0% and FMG doing well up 3.8%. Gold miners rallied after the sharp knee-jerk sell-off yesterday, NCM up 2.9% and NST up 6.1% on a KCGM PF…
 
SPI futures are flat this morning as the market pumps the breaks a bit following a volatile session in the US. The Dow finished down 62 (-0.2%) points after being up 98 and down 149 during trade. Get up to speed with the latest news with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures unchanged Dow down 62 points (0.2%) Nasdaq down 83 points (0.7%)…
 
ASX 200 jumped on better US markets with the index closing up 127 points (1.9%) as buyers rushed in and window dressing for EOFY took hold. Banks were the major drivers with the Big Bank Basket gaining 3.5% to $164.16. CBA up 4.0% and NAB up 3.4% were the standouts. Insurers also rise with IAG up 0.9% and SUN up 3.6% on demerger talk of the banking…
 
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