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The ASX 200 collapsed today as both resources and banks suffered heavy losses. The ASX 200 fell 167 points to 7176 (2.3%) below support and the bottom of the recent trading channel. Largest loss in a year. Banks were struck down hard with the Big Bank Basket down to $174.78 (-1.3%) led by CBA off 1.3%, WBC down 0.6% and MQG down 3.8%. Insurers whac…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 66 points. US markets gave up good gains as tech sell continues. Dow down 0.9%. Nasdaq down 1.3%. Netflix falls 18% after hours on results. Peloton down 24%. Commodities firm. Oil steady. Gold steady. Iron ore up 2.7% BHP vote says yes. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research…
 
The ASX rose 10 points to 7342 (0.14%) as resources rallied hard and banks and industrials flopped. Good recovery BHP vote tonight. The Big Bank Basket fell again to $177.00 (1%) with NAB down 1.3%, CBA off 0.7% and MQG also under pressure down 0.6%. MFG managed some gains but was a rare patch of green. Insurers fell with MPL down 3.2%, SUN off 1.5…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures up 10 points. US markets volatily. Dow down 1% Nasdaq down 1.15% now in correction officially. Commodities very firm. Oil up 1%. Gold up 1.7%. IO up 2.3%. Base metals better. Nickel the stand out up 4.9%. SQ2 begin trade today. APT no more. BHP Vote. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 66 Dow falls 1.5% Nasdaq sold off heavily down 2.6% Goldman Sachs drops 7% on a profit miss and rising costs. US 10-year yields rise again. MS buys Activision for $69bn. Oil at seven year highs. Iron ore up 2.7%. Gold down slightly. Base metals mixed. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and indep…
 
The ASX fell 76 points to close at 7333 (1.0%) after trying valiantly to rally at lunch, giving up the ghost as the US futures markets turned south. Banks weighed heavily with CBA down 1.5% NAB off 1.2% and MQG falling 3.7% in sympathy with Goldman Sachs. The Big Bank Basket fell to $178.20. Insurers were relatively unchanged despite 10-year yields…
 
The ASX fell 9 points to 7409 (0.1%) in cautious trade, flip flopping around from positive to negative as banks fell in the PM session. The Big Bank Basket fell to $180.36 (0.2%) with CBA leading the falls as a broker downgrade, the stock off 0.4% with NAB also down 0.1%. MQG joined in the slight sell off falling 0.4% and insurers also slid, MPL do…
 
The ASX 200 kicked 23 points higher in an afternoon rally closing at 7417 (0.3%). US markets closed tonight for Martin Luther King Day. Banks rose led by CBA up 0.3% and the Big Bank Basket up to $180.80. MQG strong again and fund managers doing well with MFG up 4.2%, PDL bouncing back 7.8% and PPS up 4.2%. Healthcare better with CSL up 0.8% and CO…
 
US markets finished weaker on Friday night and SPI Futures were down 28 points at the Saturday morning close. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 28. Dow falls 202 (0.6%) Nasdaq up (0.6%). US Reporting season continues. Oil sprints 2.9% ahead. Gold flat. Base metals mixed. Iron ore down. Why not sign up for a fre…
 
The ASX 200 stumbled 81 points lower to 7394 (1.1%) on weak overseas leads and tech under pressure here. Banks took flight with the Big Bank Basket down to $180.07 (1%) led lower by CBA down 1.2%, NAB down 0.6% and MQG down 1.0%. Insurers also eased with QBE down 1.0% and PDL down heavily on disappointing FUM numbers falling 15.8%. Healthcare slipp…
 
The ASX 200 moved up 36 points to 7474 vas enthusiasm waned slightly. Resources were once again the place to be as iron ore hit a 3-month high and lithium stocks surged yet further ahead. BHP moved 3.8% ahead of the crucial vote next week, RIO up 4.1% and FMG up 2.5%. In the white powder stocks, PLS rose 4.2%, MIN up 3.0% as a double whammy winner …
 
The ASX rose 49 points to 7439 (0.7%). Some caution crept in ahead of US data. Banks were flat with the Big Bank Basket at $180.52. MQG bounced back from recent losses up 1.6%, ASX rose 1.9% though MFG eased 1.9%. Healthcare was mixed, CSL rose 1.9% but SHL down 0.9%. Industrials slightly better with WES up 0.6%, TLS up 2.0% and TPG up strongly by …
 
The ASX 200 slips 57 points to 7390(0.8%) as banks stumble lower. The Big Bank Basket fell to $180.67 down 1.2%. CBA led the rout with a loss of 1.5%. WBC fell 0.7% and MQG dropped 1.4%. MFG bucked the trend with a small gain of 2.7%. Insurers dropped with QBE down 1.3% as 10-year yields eased back to 1.89%. Healthcare also fell led lower by CSL do…
 
The ASX clawed its way back to finish down 6 at 7447. After a negative start on tech woes, resources kept the index close to flat on thin holiday volumes. Iron ore miners led the gains with BHP up 2.4% and FMG rallying 1.3%. Lithium stocks were back in vogue as PLS piled on the points up 2%, MIN made minor gains up 2.7% and AKE up 0.8%. Energy stoc…
 
The ASX 200 pushes 23 points higher to 7388 (0.3%) in thin listless trade as Xmas approaches. Banks led the market higher as the Big Bank Basket rose to $177.40 (0.44%) with CBA up 0.3% and NAB gaining 0.6%. MQG rose 0.6% and insurers also did well as bonds rose slightly. MFG saw a 5.2% rise after CIO goes on the charm offensive. Healthcare also do…
 
US markets extend gains, putting the S&P 500 within shouting distance of its all-time high. SPI Futures are up 39 points and perhaps, just perhaps, the Santa Claus rally is on the way. At the very least, he seems to have taken over today’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI 200 Futures up 39 points. Dow Jones up 261 (0.74%) Nasdaq up 181 (1.18%) Commoditi…
 
The ASX 200 meanders to 10 points gain to close at 7365 (0.13%). Volumes are drying up as we head into Xmas. Banks under a little pressure with the Big Bank Basket unchanged at $176.62. MFG still under pressure, down 3.1% but volatility diminishes. CHC has taken out 50% of Paradice making valuations interesting. CHC down 7.5% on the news. REITS sli…
 
US markets bounced overnight; Dow up 560 points, NASDAQ up 2.4%, oil up 3.7%. SPI Futures up 11 points, looking to build on yesterday’s 63-point gain. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI Futures up 11. US Markets bounce hard on renewed optimism on Biden's stimulus bill. Dow up 561 points (1.6%) Nasdaq up 360 (2.4%) Iron continu…
 
The ASX 200 shrugs off negative start to push 63 points higher to 7355 (0.9%) in thin trade. The holy trinity of banks, healthcare and big miners driving the index higher. The Big Bank Basket rallied to $176.68 (0.4%) with MFG finding some support in very volatile trade, closing up 4.4%. MQG bounced slightly but insurers mixed, SUN down 1.4% and QB…
 
US markets lost ground again overnight, with the S&P 500 suffering its worst three-session slide since September. It’s not all bad news though; SPI Futures are up six points, iron ore jumped 4%, and Henry is here to keep you entertained and informed with his Breakfast Briefing. Dow down 433 points (-1.23%) although it closed near the session high; …
 
The ASX 200 fell 12 points today to 7292 (0.2%) in listless trade. Better than the rest of Asia though. Plenty of risk coming off the Xmas table. Banks were softer after some recent gains, the Big Bank Basket eased to $175.99 (-0.4%) with MFG hurting the sector falling 33.0% after it confirmed that it had lost a substantial mandate. MQG also slippe…
 
US markets closed lower on Friday night and SPI Futures were down 30 points at the Saturday morning close. Get caught up with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI 200 Futures down 30 US markets volatile and heavy volume. Nasdaq down 0.07% Dow down 1.48% Iron ore higher. Oil lower. Commodities mixed. Omicron cases steady close to records in NSW. MT C…
 
The ASX 200 rose just 8 points to 7304 as enthusiasm waned into the weekend, big sell off in the last hour or so. Banks and miners driving the gains as tech crumbled. The Big Bank Basket rose to $176.11 (1.5%) with CBA up 2.4% and ANZ rallying 0.7%. Insurers were better with QBE seeing some bargain hunting up 0.2% and IAG better by 0.9%. Miners saw…
 
US markets pulled back overnight, with tech stocks on the nose, in a delayed reaction to the Fed and as the BoE surprised by hiking rates. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 10. US markets mixed. Nasdaq drops 2.5%. BNPL stocks under pressure. Big tech hit hard. Commodities better. Gold up 1.9% Oil up 1.5% Iron o…
 
The ASX 200 fell 31 points 'CSL adjusted' today to 7296 (0.4%). CSL accounted for 34 negative points after falling 8.2% to issue price as huge capital raising weighs. SPI expiry bumps volume. Over $1bn worth of trade in CSL. Suspect instos selling to retail. Banks fell with the Big Bank Basket down to $193.93 (0.01%), QBE continues to fall down 2.3…
 
Dow up 383, rallying post the Fed announcement. Whilst the central bank announced an even faster taper than the market expected, and that it will raise rates more aggressively, the market took it in its stride. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI Futures up 37 Expiry Day today. US markets rally as Powell lays out three rate ris…
 
The ASX 200 fell 51 points to 7327 (0.7%) after negative leads from overseas, FOMC caution and local CV19 cases started to increase. Mammoth CSL capital raising probably not helping either as other healthcare stocks came under pressure. RHC down 1.5%, RMD off 2.7% and COH down 1.6%. Industrials eased back with tech hard hit again. The All-Tech Inde…
 
US markets lost ground overnight, commodities were weaker, and SPI Futures are pointing to a soft start. The silver lining? Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI Futures down 29 points. US markets fall but off lows. Tech stocks suffer as Nasdaq falls 1.14% Commodities ease. Oil down 0.9% Gold down 0.9%. Iron ore off 1.8% CSL placement and acquisition…
 
The ASX 200 claws its way back into positive territory briefly but closed down 1 point to 7378. Early broad -based losses not helped by negative US leads and compounded by WOW news. Both WOW and COL down substantially with 14 index points knocked off on these two alone. WOW dropped 7.7%, COL down 2.7% as Covid came to town. WES fell in sympathy dro…
 
US markets pulled back overnight amid monetary policy and Omicron worries. Dow down 320. SPI Futures down 41 points. The silver lining was iron ore, jumping more than 7%. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI Futures down 41 points. US markets fall on caution ahead of Fed meeting. Dow down 0.89% Nasdaq off 1.39%. Gold rises sligh…
 
The ASX 200 rallies another 26 points to 7379 in a solid if cautious start to the week. Well one highs into the close. Fed meeting beckons and some nerves ahead. Resources punching ahead as iron ore miners in focus, BHP up 2.7% and FMG up 2.0%. Gold miners slightly better and lithium wannabes doing well, AVZ up 17.8% and INR up 17.8% the stand outs…
 
US markets closed higher on Friday night, whilst SPI Futures were up 13 points at the Saturday morning close. Get up to speed with Henry’s morning update. ASX SPI Futures up 13 points. US markets shrug off higher CPI look forward to Fed meeting this week. Nasdaq up 0.7% S&P500 0.95% Oil up. Gold up. Iron ore down and commodities mixed. Sign up for …
 
The ASX 200 fell 31 points to 7354 (0.4%) as some caution set in ahead of the US CPI number tonight and tech sell off in the US. Across the board losses but tech under some pressure, APT dropped 4.4% as a Block proxy pushing the All-Tech Index down 0.4%. Z1P dropped 2.4% in sympathy for the devil. WTC jumped in a flash rising 2.9% and other large t…
 
US markets all finished lower overnight, despite US initial jobless claims falling to a 52-year low in yet another sign of the strength of the US economy. Elsewhere, Fitch downgraded some Chinese property developers – better late than never. SPI Futures down 10 points. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI Futures down 10. US mar…
 
The ASX 200 see sawed from loss to gain today after two solid days. The index finished down 21 to 7384 (0.3%) in a late sell off with banks holding firm. The Big Bank Basket rose to $175.48 flat on the day CBA up 0.2% and NAB up 0.2% the stars. Another heartbreaking day for Hamish as MFG dropped again by another 4.9% to a two -year low. Insurers mi…
 
After charging hard in the prior two session, the bulls in the US took a bit of a breather overnight. US markets still finished higher, but only marginally. Commodities were solid but not spectacular. SPI Futures down 27 points after a big local session yesterday. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI Futures down 27 US markets f…
 
The ASX 200 powers up 92 points to 7405 (1.25%) as shorts rush to cover and the FOMO returns. Off its afternoon highs as US futures cool slightly. Few losers today as banks underperforming slightly though the Big Bank Basket up to $175.31 (0.5%) with CBA up 0.3% and NAB up 1.0%. MFG rose 4.3% after clarification of Hamish and his wife’s status. MQG…
 
US markets extended gains overnight, with the Dow up nearly 500 points and the Nasdaq jumping 3%. That’s not all, commodities rallied and iron ore jumped 8%. It’s fair to say, the bulls have awakened. Your guide through it all? Henry Jennings with his Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 22 US markets spurt ahead again. Nasdaq up 3% Iron ore …
 
The ASX 200 rose 69 points to 7314 (0.95%) after the RBA keeps rates unchanged and turns a little cautious dropping reference to a date for conditions to allow rate change. The market rallied strongly on the news. Banks kicked higher with the Big Bank Basket up to $174.38 (0.8%) with BOQ doing well post an update, up 4.2%. CBA up 0.4% and MQG kicki…
 
US markets surged overnight, as worries about the Omicron variant receded. Catch up on all the action with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 29. US market bounce back hard. Dow up 647 points. Nasdaq drags its heels. Commodities mixed. Gold slips. Oil firms 4.5% Sign up for a free trial to get full access to expert insights and inde…
 
The ASX 200 rose 4 points to 7245 (+0.05%) with banks holding up and resources and techs on the nose. The Big Bank Basket was better at $173.04 with CBA better, up 0.7%. Other financials mixed with MQG up 0.2% and MFG off 4.0% on latest FUM numbers. Insurers sank as QBE gave up 1.4% and IAG dropped 3.8% on lower interest rates. Industrials firmed i…
 
US markets finished weaker on Friday night but SPI Futures were pointing to a modest gain at the Saturday morning close. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI up 11 points. US markets weaker. Nasdaq down 1.9%. US 10-Year yields back down to 1.34% Commodities drift off. Gold up 1.2% Bitcoin stumbles8% lower. Sign up for a free…
 
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