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ASX 200 closes down 7 to 7606 (-0.1%) in an anaemic bounce snuffed out at the close despite better US futures. Nerves surrounding Israel continue. Banks staged a slight recovery as BOQ beat forecasts despite a dividend cut, up 5.2%. The Big Bank Basket rose slightly to $199.04 (+0.2%). MQG slid another 1.0% with insurers finding friends as QBE rose…
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Wall Street closed mixed overnight in choppy trading as the market weighed the latest round of quarterly reports and Powell's comments which drove bond yields to fresh 2024 highs. The Dow gained 64 points (+0.14%), getting a boost from UnitedHealth’s +5.2% better-than-expected Q1 results. Up 257 points at best, down 21 points at worst. The S&P 500 …
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ASX 200 falls hard by 140 points to 7613 (-1.8%) on Middle East tensions, US sell-off and Chinese data. Banks got sliced and diced, with CBA down 2.1% and the Big Bank Basket down to $199.47 (2.1%). MQG off 1.2%, and Insurers falling despite yields rising. REITs came under renewed pressure, with GMG down 2.0% and MGR off 3.6%. Healthcare fell too i…
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 248.13 points, or 0.65%, to close at 37,735.11. The 30-stock index relinquished an advance of more than 1% seen early in the session to mark its sixth straight losing day, a streak not seen since June. The S&P 500 slipped 1.2% to finish at 5,061.82, despite trading up as much as 0.88% earlier in the session. Th…
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The ASX 200 has dropped 36 points to 7753 (0.5%) on US falls. Banks eased back led lower by CBA down 1.4% with the Big Bank Basket down to $203.73 (0.8%). Insurers fell away as did MQG off 0.8% and GQG off 4.2%. REITs fell too, GMG down 0.8% and SGP off 0.9%. Industrials with a light dusting of negativity across the board. Tech eased with WTC off 1…
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US equities ended lower, near worst levels, after major US bank results failed to impress, and geopolitical tensions rose after news reports that Israel was bracing for an attack by Iran on government targets. The Dow tumbled 476 points (-1.24%), down 582 points at worst. The S&P 500 lost 1.46%, and the NASDAQ slipped 1.62%. The Dow and S&P 500 hav…
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ASX 200 falls 26 points to 7788 (-0.3%). For the week, the index is up a mere 15 points. Quiet day, banks eased back slightly as yields push to 4.28%. The Big Bank Basket down to $205.36 (-0.4%). Insurers better, and GQG doing better up 0.4%. MQG slipped 0.1%. REITs under pressure, GMG down 0.1% and MGR falling 1.8%. Industrials lower, WES fell 0.7…
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The S&P 500 gained 0.74% to close at 5,199.06. The Nasdaq Composite added 1.68% to end the day at 16,442.20, a record level. The Dow Jones Industrial Average underperformed and slipped 2.43 points, or 0.01%, at 38,459.08. Technology stocks lifted the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite into positive territory midday Thursday as investors bought into the d…
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average led Wednesday’s losses, tumbling 1.09%, while the S&P 500 dropped 0.95%. The Nasdaq Composite sank 0.84%. Ten of the 11 S&P 500 sectors finished the session in negative territory, with real estate bearing the brunt of the selling pressure and posting decline of more than 4%. The rate on the 10-year Treasury note top…
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ASX 200 kicks another 24 points higher to 7849 (+0.3%) as resources took centre stage. Iron ore stocks back in demand on China hopes, BHP up 0.7% with FMG up 1.9%. Lithium stocks also doing well on a price bounce in Asian trade, PLS up 1.3%, MIN up 0.5%, with LRS up 14.3%. Gold miners missed out despite higher bullion prices, NST down 1.5% and EVN …
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The Dow slipped 9.13 points, or 0.02%, at 38,883.67. At its session low, the Dow was down 320.71 points, or 0.82%. The S&P 500 gained 0.14% to end at 5,209.91, while the Nasdaq Composite added 0.32% and closed at 16,306.64. ASX to rise. SPI Futures up 24 points (+0.31%). Base metals rallied with Nickel +2.99%, Aluminium +0.18%, and Lead +0.77%, Cop…
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US equities kicked off the week essentially unchanged following a choppy day of trade, with the solar eclipse offering a distraction leading into a busy week including CPI and the start of first-quarter earnings. All three major indices ended near flat, the Dow closed down 11 points (-0.03%). Up 109 points at best, down 46 points at worst. The S&P …
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The ASX 200 rises 16 points to 7789 (0.2%) in quiet range bound trade. Solid across the board except oil and gas with WDS easing 1.6% and STO down 1.0% as oil drifts lower on diminished risks. Coal stocks better, Gold miners kicking higher, NST up 2.0% and NEM rocketing up 6.6%. GOR and GMD also in demand. Lithium stocks finding some support on hig…
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ASX 200 finished down 44 points to 7773 (-0.6%) to close out a miserable week down around 1.5%. Broad-based losses following the dip in the US last night. Jobs number tonight shaping up as a crucial data point. Banks eased back slightly, the Big Bank Basket off to $207.53 (-0.2%). MQG fell 0.9% with insurers off too. GQG bucked the trend up 4.1% wi…
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 530.16 points, or 1.35%, to close at 38,596.98. The 30-stock Dow suffered its worst session since March 2023, and it logged its fourth consecutive losing day. The S&P 500 dropped 1.23% to end at 5,147.21. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite dipped 1.40% to close at 16,049.08. ASX to fall. SPI Futures down 63 points…
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ASX 200 rose 35 points to 7817 (0.5%) in quiet trade. Banks and industrials are making gains after the drubbing yesterday, The Big Bank Basket up to $207.93 (0.4%). MQG did ok, and insurers mixed, with SUN up 0.2% and QBE slipping slightly. REITs are back in demand, led as always by GMG, up 0.5% and SCG rebounding 0.6%. Tech had a good bounce as WT…
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Dow fell 43.10 points, or 0.11%, to close at 39,127.14, marking its third straight negative day. The S&P 500 inched higher by 0.11% to finish at 5,211.49 for its first winning session of the week. The Nasdaq Composite traded up by 0.23%, ending at 16,277.46. ASX SPI Futures up 26 points. Base metals were higher across the board as the US dollar sof…
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ASX 200 fell 105 points to 7776 (1.3%) as worries about rate cuts and post-Easter blues weighed on banks and industrials. The Big Bank Basket got the wobbles down to $207.01 (-1.6%) with CBA off 1.9% and ANZ falling 1.5%. MQG also in the doghouse falling 1.5% with insurers holding up with 10-year yields rising to 4.14%. Financials are on the nose w…
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Dow dropped 396.61 points, or 1%, and settled at 39,170.24. At its session low, the benchmark was down more than 500 points. The S&P 500 slid 0.72% to settle at 5,205.81. The Nasdaq Composite shed 0.95% to finish at 16,240.45. It was the worst day since March 5 for the Dow and the S&P 500. ASX to open lower. SPI futures down 30 points. Gold shatter…
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ASX 200 fell 9 points to 7888(0.1%) as profit-taking in banks and industrials weighed. Banks slid with the Big Bank Basket down to $210.39 (0.1%). CBA down 0.2% and ASX off 1.0% in financials. Insurers also slipped a little, QBE down 0.5% and SUN off 1.2%. REITs mixed, GMG falling 1.3% with MGR better by 0.4%. Industrials soft in quiet trade, WES o…
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Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 240.52 points, or 0.6%, and settled at 39,566.85. The S&P 500 dipped 0.2% to close at 5,243.77. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite, on the other hand, added 0.11% to finish at 16,396.83. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Friday that economic growth remains strong and inflation is still above target. “That means…
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ASX 200 finds the Easter Bunny. Up a huge 77 points at 7897 (+1.0%) hitting a record high. Seems appropriate. The end of the quarter and end of the month helped stimulate optimism. Banks took a breather with the Big Bank Basket up slightly to $210.48 (0.3%). MQG rose 0.9% with insurers mixed, REITs once again in demand. When aren’t they. GMG up ano…
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ASX 200 kicks another 39 points higher to 7820 (0.5%), posting a better-than-expected CPI number. 3.4% slightly ahead of consensus. Good news and bad. Banks as usual the winners with the Big Bank Basket up to $209.95 (0.8%). Insurers jumped after the CPI showed price hikes still above and beyond inflation. QBE up 1.2% and SUN up 2.2%. GQG had a goo…
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The S&P 500 fell for a third consecutive session on Tuesday. The broader market index slid 0.28% to close at 5,203.58, while the Nasdaq lost 0.42%, finishing at 16,315.70. The Dow Jones Industrial Average inched down by 31.31 points, or 0.08%, to settle at 39,282.33. ASX to fall. SPI Futures down 19 points (-0.24%). Base metals lower across the boa…
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ASX 200 fell 32 points to 7780 in quiet trade. Winding down for Easter early it seems. Conflicting consumer sentiment surveys not helpful. Resources once again the problem. Iron ore down in Asian trade hurting commodity stocks across the board. After a steady start, lithium in China slid and iron ore under pressure. FMG dropped 1.2%, BHP off 0.6% a…
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 162.26 points, or 0.41%, closing at 39,313.64. The S&P 500 dipped 0.31% to finish at 5,218.19, while the Nasdaq Composite was down 0.27% and settled at 16,384.47. The market is on track for its fifth consecutive month of gains, with the major U.S. stock benchmarks crossing new all-time closing high levels last …
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ASX kicked another 41 points higher to a record close of 7812 (0.5%). Banks were solid again, CBA up 1.1% and ANZ slightly higher. The Big Bank Basket trading at $208.94(0.6%). MQG slid 0.8% despite stories of a bid for part of Heathrow Airport. Insurers flat. REITs rallied with GMG leading the way up 3.7% and MGR up 2.2%. Industrials too were soli…
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The Dow dipped 305.47 points, or 0.77%, to close at 39,475.90. The S&P 500 inched lower by 0.14% to end at 5,234.18. The Nasdaq Composite added 0.16% and closed at 16,428.82 for another record. The Dow was up just shy of 2% for its best week since December. The Nasdaq is the outperformer of the three, jumping nearly 2.9%. ASX SPI Futures up 7 Base …
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ASX finished the week down 11 points at 7771 (0.2%). No real damage, more apathy and quiet trading. The index rose 1.3% for the week. Weakness in banks after a stunning day yesterday, CBA down 0.4% and WBC off 0.8%. The Big Bank Basket slipped to $207.75 (%). MQG dropped 0.3%. Insurers rose slightly with QBE up 1.1% and SUN up 0.9%. REITS better, G…
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 269.24 points, or 0.68%, to close at 39,781.37. The S&P 500 advanced 0.32% to end at 5,241.53, while the Nasdaq Composite edged up 0.20% to finish at 16,401.84. Micron Technology jumped 14% on strong earnings and notched its best day since December 2011. The news lifted the semiconductor sector, with Nvidia a…
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Tech optimism outweighs central bank nervousness. Wall St closes higher. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert market insights and manage your investments with confidence. Ready to invest in yourself? Join the Marcus Today community.저자 Marcus Today
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ASX 200 kicked off the week fighting back from early losses to close up 6 at 7676. Quiet trading ahead of a big week. Local banks moved from losses to gains with the Big Bank Basket up to $205.68 (0.7%). Insurers better, IAG up 0.5% and SUN ahead by 1.1%. GQG up 0.5% and MFG kicking 1.3% higher. REITs are under pressure after solid rise last week, …
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Quadruple witching in the US boosted volumes. The Dow dropped 191 points (-0.49%), the S&P 500 by 0.65%, and the NASDAQ by 0.96%. Major tech players Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and Alphabet saw notable losses. Nvidia also dipped 0.1% after Thursday's 3.2% loss. Adobe's disappointing quarterly revenue guidance led to a 13.67% drop in its shares. ASX S…
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ASX 200 fought back from large losses to close down only 43 points at 7670 (-0.6%). ASX 200 off 2.2% for the week. Weakness across the board from the outset, but bargain hunting took over in the afternoon. Banks found some buyers as the day wore on. CBA down 0.6% and WBC down 1.1%, with the Big Bank Basket at $204.23 (-0.3%). MQG rose 0.2%, with in…
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The 30-stock Dow pulled back 137.66 points, or 0.35%, to close at 38,905.66. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.3% to 16,128.53, while the S&P 500 slipped 0.29% to finish the session at 5,150.48. US PPI worse than expected as were Retail numbers. ASX SPI Futures down 56 points. Base metals are broadly weaker, Nickel -1.06%, Aluminium -0.81%, Zinc -0.97%, …
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ASX 200 slipped 16 points to 7714 (-0.2%) as banks came under pressure finally. The index bounced off the 7705, around the level of the sell-off on Monday. Banks saw big sellers as Macquarie downgraded, WBC down 3.8%, CBA off 1.1%, and ANZ falling 3.8%. The Big Bank Basket down to $204.87 (-2.1%). MQG also fell 1.1% as financials sold off. Insurers…
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USStocks closed lower on Wednesday and struggled to continue momentum from a session earlier, with Nvidia pulling back alongside the broader technology sector. The S&P 500 slipped 0.19% to close at 5,165.31, while the Nasdaq Composite fell 0.54% to 16,177.77. The Dow Jones Industrial Average pulled back 37.83 points, or 0.1%, to finish the session …
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 235.83 points, or 0.61%, to close at 39,005.49. The S&P 500 ticked up 1.12% to finish the session at 5,175.27, surpassing the previous record high close from March 7. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 1.54% to 16,265.64. ASX SPI Futures up 14. Could see more today. Base metals mixed, Copper flat, Nickel +1.82%, Z…
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ASX 200 limped 8 points higher to 7713. The market is waiting for direction from the US, with banks trying to rebound slightly as the Big Bank Basket flatlined at $207.93(0.1%). NAB slipped 0.4%. Other financials slightly better, QBE up 1.3% and SUN up 1.7% as GQG fell again down 2.3%. REITs mainly higher with GMG down 0.2% the rest better. Industr…
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite both ended lower on Monday, while the Dow edged higher. The broad S&P 500 and technology-heavy Nasdaq closed 0.1% and 0.4% lower, respectively. Both saw their second negative sessions in a row. Oracle up 13% on results after hours. ASX SPI Futures up 5 points Base metals broadly higher, Nickel +1.23%, Aluminium +0.6…
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