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U.S. stocks slid Wednesday as investors returned focus to the latest batch of corporate earnings. Wall Street also continued to weigh the outlook for future Federal Reserve policy moves. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 207.68 points, or 0.61%, to 33,949.01. The S&P 500 slid 1.11% to end at 4,117.86 . The Nasdaq Composite dropped 1.68% to c…
 
ASX 200 rallies 26 points to 7530 (0.4%). Results in focus. BLD shows pricing power up 12.8% with CSR following in its wake. Resources attracting buyers again. BHP up 0.2% and RIO up 1.1% with the gold miners mixed, NCM up 2.6% and NST better by 1.0%. Lithium stocks back in demand, PLS up 3.8% and AKE up 2.9% with LTR doing well too, up 3.8%. Coal …
 
US stocks rallied overnight in a volatile trading session following comments from Fed Chairman Powell regarding how long the fight to tame inflation may take. The Aussie dollar and Yen both appreciated after interest rate announcements and strong Japanese wage data, causing a decline in the US Dollar Index. US treasuries edged higher, and more than…
 
ASX 200 fell 35 points to 7504 (0.46%) after the RBA raised rates 25bps as expected though perhaps a more hawkish tilt than some had hoped for. Losses across the board accelerated, Banks sagged, CBA off 0.4% NAB down 0.5% and the Big Bank Basket down to $191.42 (0.3%). MQG edged 0.7% higher following a 9-month update, insurers better on the rate ri…
 
Wall Street dropped overnight ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's interview on Tuesday. The interview is expected to solidify further rate increases with Fed Bank of Atlanta President saying the strong Job numbers report in January raises the possibility of further rate increases. Newmont down 4.51% after announcing a bid for Newcrest…
 
ASX 200 slipped 19 points to 7539 (0.3%) on tepid trade as resources were sold off in lithium and gold miners. NCM held up the Gold Index but the reality was a broad sell off. Only NCM, RIO and BHP in the green today. Lithium stocks under pressure, IGO off 1.4% and PLS down 2.5% with LTR falling 3.9%. Gold miners hit hard as bullion fell, RRL down …
 
Dow Jones down 128 (-0.38%). Up 126 at best, down 240 at worst. S&P 500 up 0.42%. NASDAQ down 1.6% as the Thursday bubble deflated. In commodities BHP and RIO dropped 0.7% and 0.6% in the US. The oil price was down 4.25%, the gold price was down 4.4%, otherwise metal prices were fairly stable. The iron ore price dropped 1.9%. Lithium also dipped a …
 
ASX 200 closes up 47 points to 7558 (0.6%) as 10-year yields tumble and rate sensitive stocks rally. Banks leading the charge higher with CBA hitting records, ANZ screaming ahead up 2.3% and the Big Bank Basket up to $192.72 (1.5). ASX up 2.5% and fund managers cheering up, even MFG up 1.4%. MQG lagging a little. Insurers under a little pressure af…
 
The S&P 500 rose to its highest level in five months on Thursday as better-than-expected Meta results further improved sentiment around technology shares, which led the market lower last year. The broader market index jumped 1.47% to 4,179.76, or its best level since August. Meanwhile, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite advanced 3.25% to 12,200.82, or…
 
ASX 200 gave back nearly all of the early gains closing up 10 points at 7512 (0.1%) as big resources saw profit-taking across the board. Had to happen at some stage. BHP fell 1.4% with RIO under serious pressure having found the capsule down 2.3%. FMG held up better. Gold miners were superstars, NCM up 3.7% with NST up 4.6% and DEG up 3.4%. Lithium…
 
The S&P 500 gained 1.05% to 4,119.21, reversing an early decline of almost 1%. The Nasdaq Composite added 2% to 11,816.32, boosted by gains in chipmakers following strong earnings from AMD. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 6.92 points, or 0.02% to 34,092.96 , after sliding more than 500 points at the day’s lows. Fed chief Jerome Pow…
 
ASX 200 rose 25 points to 7502 (0.3%). Some caution crept in ahead of the FOMC meeting. Resources firmed but unspectacular, BHP up 0.3%, RIO bouncing 1.4% and FMG up 0.4%. Lithium stocks slightly better but no great shakes, PLS up 0.4% and IGO up 1.0%. Gold miners eased back especially in the second liners, SBM, DEG and SLR. NST one of the positive…
 
US markets were up overnight, adding to January's rally, as signs of easing labour costs and cooling inflation helped boost the market. US treasury yields and the dollar index declined. Exxon and GM up 2.2% and 8.35% after positive earnings releases, while McDonald’s and Caterpillar were down 1.39% and 3.52% on their results. The Dow Jones closed u…
 
ASX 200 slipped 5 points to 7464 (0.1%) as an early rally reversed. The index does not tell the whole story though with huge volatility in some sectors. Some caution crept in ahead of the Fed and US results and end of month book squaring taking the wind out of the lithium sector and golds. Resources were smashed although BHP, RIO and FMG holding up…
 
US markets fell overnight weighed down by declines in the tech sector and other mega-cap shares, leading into a full week of central bank announcements and earnings reports from big-tech companies including Alphabet and Meta. More than 100, S&P 500 companies are expected to report this week as well as the closely watched U.S employment data that ma…
 
ASX 200 fell 12 points at 7482. Resources came under a little pressure as China came back online and RIO fessed up to losing a radioactive capsule. RIO down 1.1% on the news, BHP off 0.6% and FMG off 1.3%. Lithium stocks in demand again as Chinese producers making record profits, PLS up 2.0%, AKE up 1.1% and rare earths also doing well with LYC up …
 
The Nasdaq Composite jumped 0.95% to settle at 11,621.71, while the S&P 500 gained 0.25% to close at 4,070.56. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 28.67 points, or 0.08%, to finish at 33,978.08. All the major averages posted a positive week and are on pace for a month of gains. The tech-heavy index rose 4.32% and closed out its fourth week of ga…
 
ASX 200 rose 26 points to 7494 (+0.3%) for the fourth week of gains. Resources and banks better. BHP leading the way up 0.6% with FMG in stasis after record production numbers. Lithium stocks saw some sector rotation as PLS saw some take money off the table falling 4.1% and IGO down 0.5%. Others rose like VUL and LTR. Gold miners fell NCM down 2.3%…
 
The Nasdaq Composite jumped 1.76% to settle at 11,512.41. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 205.57 points, or 0.61%, to end at 33,949.41, while the S&P 500 gained 1.1% to close at 4,060.43. GDP data released at 2.9% for the quarter annualised. Higher than forecasts. Tesla the focal pint on results up 11% Intel after hours disappointed down arou…
 
ASX 200 slips 22 points to 7468 (-0.3%) on higher-than-expected CPI. Turnaround from solid open as CPI came in above expectation at 7.8% highest since 1990. Resources slid a little with BHP off 1.0% and RIO down 0.7% with quarterlies dominating and gold miners sliding lower. SBM collapsed on quarterly down 21.4%, lithium slightly better in places, …
 
The Dow gained 140.40 points, or 0.31%, to close at 33,733.96. The S&P 500 dipped 0.07% to settle at 4,016.95, while the Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.27% to end at 11,334.27. 72 of the companies in the S&P 500 have now reported with 65% of those beating consensus. Treasuries were firmer with the curve flattening, ending near best levels after today's…
 
The Nasdaq Composite surged 2.01% to finish at 11,364.41, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 254.07 points, or 0.76%, to end at 33,629.56. The S&P 500 added 1.19% to settle at 4,019.81. Tesla and Apple gained on hopes that a reopening in China would boost their businesses. Both big tech names recently grappled with temporary shutdowns and …
 
ASX 200 closed up 5 points to 7457 (0.1%) in thin trade as resources slipped slightly on Lunar New Year with BHP down 1.1% and FMG off 1.0%. Lithium and base metals picked up led by PLS up 6.2% with IGO up 3.1% and LTR bouncing from Friday’s sell off, up 6.9%. Base metals and other commodity stocks did well, NIC up 3.2% and SYR up 1.3%. Gold miners…
 
The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 330.93 points, or 1%, to close at 33,375.49, while the S&P 500 advanced 1.89% to 3,972.61. Both indexes snapped a three-day losing streak. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite rose 2.66%, with help from Netflix and Alphabet, to end the day at 11,140.43 Wall Street climbs on Alphabets, Netflix lift. Netflix subscrib…
 
ASX 200 finished the week well up 17 points to 7452 (+0.2%) at a nine-month high, with big resources driving things higher. BHP heading up on broker positivity up 0.5% with RIO up 1.0%, gold miners doing well too, NCM up 2.4% and NST rallying another 3.2%. PLS was the standout after its huge cash pile just keeps on growing, up 13.2% and MIN up 1.8%…
 
US markets are down overnight for the third straight day as concerns for global recession mount with more US Fed officials taking a hawkish stance after new economic data pointed to a tight labour market. European markets fell from ECB Christine Lagarde’s comments at Davos and the Yen appreciates against the greenback following BoJ’s policy decisio…
 
ASX 200 shook off early apathy post the jobs number and BHP quarterly and saw the ASX 200 up 42 points to 7435 (+0.6%). SPI and ETO expiry helping volumes. Resources led the charge higher with BHP up 1.2%, RIO sprinting ahead 3.3% and FMG doing well up 1.7% ahead of Chinese New Year and better ore prices. Lithium stocks remain under some pressure, …
 
US markets fell overnight, with the Dow down 1.81% as two Fed Officials called for continued interest rate increases off the back of weak retail sales data showing consumers are retrenching but still exceeded estimates. The Dow Jones closed down 614 points (-1.81%). At best it was up 106 points, at worst it was down 641 points. The NASDAQ declined …
 
ASX 200 closes up 7 points at 7393 (0.1%) in another tight-range day. Tiny late surge. Seems BoJ was not a catalyst after all. The song remains the same from the central bank. Good times and bad times from resources as Chinese authorities once again shake a waggly stick on iron ore prices. BHP down slightly, FMG up 0.8%, RIO up 1.1% and MIN up 0.3%…
 
The Dow Jones fell 392 points (-1.14%) the NASDAQ finished 0.14% higher and the S&P 500 lost 0.20%. European markets were mostly higher, with STOXX 600 +0.40%, UK FTSE -0.12%, France +0.48%, Italy +0.31%, Greece +0.59%, and German DAX finished +0.35% higher. SPI Futures are up 14 points (+0.19%). In commodities, Copper rose to a 7-month high on Chi…
 
ASX 200 closes down 2 points to 7386 (0.03%) in tight trading ahead of US reopening tonight and more results to come. Resources suffering today after iron ore stocks came under some pressure on Chinese moves. BHP failed to hold all-time highs falling 1.3% with RIO reporting quarterly today down 1.2% and FMG off 1.3%. Gold miners were in profit taki…
 
US Markets closed for Martin Luther King Jr Holiday. SPI Futures down 18 points. Gold eases as USD rallies slightly. US Dow Futures down around 38 points. Commodities mixed Copper down 1%. Oil down 1.3% European equity markets closed higher on Monday, with the STOXX 600 extending its 2023 rally to a fresh nine-month high led by retail, financial an…
 
ASX 200 closed up another 60 points to 7388 (0.8%) as banks took up the baton again. The Big Bank Basket rose to $187.82 (0.95%). CBA up 0.8%, WBC up 0.7% with fund managers up strongly too, MFG up 2.9% and GQG up 2.6%. Insurers steady. REITs better again on rate outlook. GMG up 2.2% and SGP up 1.9%. Tech stocks also doing well with WTC up 4.0% and…
 
Dow Jones up 113 points (+0.33%). Up 152 at best, down 274 at worst. Dow Jones up 2.0% for the week. S&P 500 up 0.41% and up 2.7% for the week. NASDAQ up 0.73% and up 4.8% on the week, the biggest weekly gain in two months. So far this month the S&P 500 is up 4.2%, the Dow Jones up 3.5%, the NASDAQ up 5.9%. At the same time, the VIX Volatility inde…
 
ASX 200 closed up 48 points to 7328 (0.7%) as the rally started to run out of juice in the short term. Banks took up the baton as the Big Bank Basket rose to $186.05 (+1.2). CBA up 1.3% and NAB up 1.6%. MQG rallying another 0.7% with insurers better, QBE up 0.8%. REITs continued to push higher with SGP up 0.5%, SCG up 1.4% and Fund Managers also be…
 
Bond yields tumbled overnight as US inflation slowed for the sixth straight month in line with expectations, opening the door for the Fed to downshift on rate hikes. The Dow Jones closed up 217 points. At best it was up 320 points, and at worst it was down 181 points, in a volatile trading day. The NASDAQ rose 0.64% and the S&P 500 finished 0.33% h…
 
ASX 200 surged again as resources boomed, the index up 85 points to 7280 (1.2%). Big miners in demand with BHP up 1.8% to another 52-week high, FMG up 2.8% and RIO up 1.5%. Lithium and rare earths better too, PLS up 4.5% and LYC up 2.1%. Gold miners mixed, NCM down 0.6% and NST up 0.9%. Energy stocks a little mixed, coal stocks eased, SMR down 2.5%…
 
Markets continue to gain as investors hope for a downshift in Fed interest rate rises, After suffering for the past year on interest rate rises Tech lead gains overnight on hopes of a dovish Fed. The Dow Jones was up 269 points (0.8%). At best it was up 271 points, and at worst it was up 7 points. The NASDAQ rose 1.76%, and the S&P 500 finished up …
 
ASX 200 rose 64 points to 7195 (0.9%) in a good bounce led by resources. Even a better CPI number couldn’t hold the Mustangs down. Gold miners bounced back after falls yesterday, iron ore miners BHP, FMG and RIO all better by close to 2% and even lithium stocks had a day in the sun. PLS up 2.8% and AKE with a broker upgrade up 5.1%. Base metal stoc…
 
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 186.45 points, or 0.56%, to end at 33,704.10. The S&P 500 traded up 0.70%, to close at 3,919.25 points. The Nasdaq Composite led the major indexes for another day, adding 1.01% to end the session at 10,742.63. The average has rallied for the past three sessions as optimism over cooling inflation pushed invest…
 
ASX 200 closes down 20 points to 7131 (0.3%), its first loss in four trading sessions. Resources slid lower as Chinese authorities look to have been spooked by the big iron ore rise recently and looking to talk prices down. BHP fell 0.4%, FMG up 0.7% after a loss yesterday, lithium stocks on the nose, PLS dropped 1.5%, IGO off 1.8% and MIN down 1.3…
 
US stocks failed to hold onto the morning rally with the Dow falling in the afternoon after two Fed officials signalled that interest rates could top 5%. The Dow Jones closed down 113 points (-0.34%). At best it was up 305 points, at worst it was down 143 points. The NASDAQ rose 0.63%, supported by gains in Tesla up 5.93% Amazon up 1.49%, and Micro…
 
ASX 200 started the week up 42 points to 7154 (0.6%). A solid start but off the intraday highs. Banks somewhat lacklustre with the Big Bank Basket up to $180.41 (0.2). Mixed across the financials, AMP slipped 4.2% on a Collinmate update, GQG rose 5.7% on FUM and insurers slid on IAG update. Industrials firmed with TCL up 1.1%, QAN up 1.9% and REITs…
 
US stocks triggered a global rally overnight following a crucial US jobs report that showed wage growth slowed in December, fuelling speculation the slowdown will keep the Fed at bay from intensifying its battle with inflation. The Dow Jones closed up 701 points (+2.13%). At best it was up 781 points, and at worst it was up 67 points. The NASDAQ ro…
 
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 348.99 points, or 1.05%, to 33,027.49 — after falling as much as 803.05 points earlier in the session. S&P 500 declined 1.45% to 3,822.39. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite was 2.18% lower at 10,476.12. This decline follows a 526-point rally in the Dow on Wednesday after better-than-expected earnings from Nike. S…
 
ASX 200 finished up 37 points to 7153 (0.5%). A thin and directionless day despite the rise. Investors are winding down. Resources mixed after the 29M production issue caused them to fall hard down 22.2% with BHP and OZL announcing the deal is done. Now to regulatory issues and timing. Lithium stocks continue to slip as brokers pile on with downgra…
 
US tech stocks drove markets up last night off the back of better-than-expected earnings reports and an improvement in consumer confidence. The Dow Jones rose 527 points (+1.6%). At worst it was up 178 points and at best it was up 588 points. The NASDAQ finished the session up 1.54%, the S&P 500 gained 1.49%. In Europe, STOXX 600 was up 1.17%, FTSE…
 
ASX 200 closed up 91 points at 7115 (1.3%) reversing the 110-point BoJ inspired loss of yesterday. Gains across the board although the banks were slightly muted but then they didn’t fall yesterday. CBA slid 0.6% and the Big Bank Basket square again. Insurers rose on higher bond yields. REITs too rose bouncing back on the same bond yields. QBE up 1.…
 
US markets finished higher after a choppy session, as the shock from the Bank of Japan’s sudden move was felt throughout global markets. The Dow Jones climbed 92 points (+28%). At worst it was down 108 points and at best it was up 235 points. The NASDAQ traded in a narrow range and finished the session up 0.01%, the S&P 500 gained 0.10%. In Europe,…
 
ASX 200 crashed 110 points to 7024 (1.5%) today on a killer combo of weaker US, RBA minutes and the shock of the BoJ effectively letting rates drift higher. 10-year yields jumped to 3.71% and banks at least held their ground on the jump but everything else, well Split Enz summed it up. I See Red! Maybe more Martha with no where to run, no where to …
 
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