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ASX 200 SPI Futures down 64 points (1%) Dow down 126 points in volatile trade (0.4%) S&P 500 up 6 points (0.2%) Nasdaq up 194 points (1.8%) Recession fears driving USD higher and yields lower. Commodities fall. Oil falls 10% Gold down 2.1% Iron ore slightly better up 3.2% Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independe…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Our market is set to start the week on a strong note with SPI Futures up 103 points (+1.59%) following strong leads from the US on Friday night. The Dow finished up 823 points (+2.68%). Get up to speed on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 103 (1.6%) Dow up 823 points (2.7%) Nasdaq up 375 points (3.3%) S&P 500 up 116…
 
ASX 200 finished the week up 50 points to 6579 (0.8%) as US futures rose and industrials firmed. Positive week for the ASX up 104 points (1.6%). The banks were mixed today as the bond yields collapsed, with the 10-year dropping to 3.69% as recession fears continue. CBA rose 0.5% but the other three big banks slipped with the Big Bank Basket exactly…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 8 points to 6416 Dow up 194 points (0.6%) Nasdaq up 179 points (1.6%) S&P500 up 36 (1.0%) Powell finishes testimony. US 10 year yields fall back to 3.08% Oil falls 1.5%. Gold down 0.5% Base metals under pressure. Copper at 16-month low. Iron ore up 1.8%. US Banks pass stress test. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get acces…
 
ASX 200 rose 20 points to 6528 (0.3%) in a quiet and cautious day. Once again, the market bifurcated with resources under pressure and banks and industrials rising as 10-year bond yields fell hard on recession fears. The Big Bank Basket rose again to $158.57 (0.4%). MQG rallied 0.8% with insurers up too, QBE better by 2.0% and IAG up 2.8%. ASX rose…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 47 points (0.15%) Nasdaq down 16 points (0.15%) S&P 500 down 5 points (0.13%) VIX down 4.1% Base metals ease. Nickel down 5.9% Iron ore down another 1.5% Gold unchanged. Oil falls again down 2.5%. Fed chief Powell the focus with semi-annual testimony Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and indepe…
 
ASX 200 falls 15 points to 6509 (0.2%) after a strong start peters out. Base metals and lithium shares walloped today with PLS down 2.8% and CXO down 15.4% with S32 off 1.7% and LYC down 4.3%. Iron ore miners held up with BHP up 0.2% and FMG up 0.2% with gold miners flat. Oil and gas better but oil prices falling in Asia so expect some falls in com…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures up 48 points Dow up 641 points (2.2%) Nasdaq up 271 points (2.5%) S&P 500 up 90 points (2.5%) Oil up 0.5%. Gold unchanged. Base metal steady. Iron ore slightly better. US Banks very firm. Could see our banks do well today. Catch-up on the market with Marcus Today's Breakfast Briefing. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access…
 
The ASX 200 closed up 90 points (+1.4%) to 6524, the market rallied through the day although finished off highs. The market was little changed by Philip Lowes's RBA speech and minutes from the June meeting. The RBA said the pace of interest rate rise will depend on inflation and the jobs market. The market also enjoyed the RBA downplaying the chanc…
 
US markets were closed overnight for the Juneteenth Holiday. Our leads are coming from Europe today, with bank stocks leading European markets higher. SPI Futures are up 47 points (+0.74%). Catch up on the latest with Henry's Breakfast Briefing Podcast. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 47 US Markets closed. European markets up around 1-1.5% Dow Futures up 27…
 
ASX 200 fell 41 points to 6433 (0.6%) as resources saw a big sell off. Iron ore prices in China fell heavily leaving BHP down 5.3%, RIO off 5.1% and FMG falling 8.6%. Gold miners too joined in with NCM falling 4.6%, NST down 6.1% and EVN off 6.2%. Base metal and lithium stocks eased, PLS down 2.9%, LTR down 1.9% and IGO off 2.6%. Oil and gas stocks…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 19 points. Dow down 38 points (0.1%) Nasdaq up 152 points (1.4%) S&P500 up 8 (0.2%) VIX down 5.5% Oil falls 5.2% Gold down 1.9% Iron ore tumbles 5.9% US markets closed for Bank Holiday Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and become a better investor.…
 
ASX 200 falls 116 points to 6475 (1.8%) well off lows ahead of US Juneeth Holiday Monday. Good rally into the close. ASX 200 down 6.6% this week. Few sectors were spared today with the Banks falling hard, CBA down 3.6% and NAB down 1.7% hitting 52-week lows. The Big Bank Basket dropped to $153.53 (2.6%). Insurers eased back as QBE fell 2.7% and MQG…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 135 points Dow down 741 points (2.4%) Nasdaq down 453 points (4.1%) S&P500 down 123 (3.3%) Base metals fall. Oil up 1.1% Iron ore falls 0.3% with Coking coal down 6.2% yesterday in China. Gold up 1.7% as USD falls. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and become a better i…
 
ASX 200 gave up all its early gains to finish down 10 points to 6594 (0.2%). US futures flip flopped and jobs numbers came in better than expected below the headline making it more likely that the RBA has to go harder. The Big Bank Basket slipped again to $157.67 (). CBA down 0.2% and WBC off 1.9% with insurers off as QBE slipped 2.0% and SUN fell …
 
EARLY BRIEFING ASX 200 SPI Futures up 16 points Fed raises rates 0.75% biggest rise since 1994. Dow up 304 points (1.0%) Nasdaq up 271 points (2.5%) S&P500 up 55 (1.5%) Base metals better with Nickel up 2.2% Oil down 2.2% Gold up 0.3% Iron ore down 2%. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and beco…
 
ASX 200 down 85 points to 6601 (1.3%). Bond yields jump to 4.23% in 10-year yields as minimum wage worries fuel inflation fears. Banks get smacked down with the Big Bank Basket down to $158.25 (%). CBA down 0.6% and NAB off 1.9% with MQG holding firm up 0.5% as insurers rising slightly. SUN up 3.5% and QBE up 2.2%. Fund managers slipped with GQG of…
 
The Dow fell for a fifth consecutive session ending up down 152 points (-0.5%) as markets remain skittish ahead of the FOMC interest rate decision tonight. SPI Futures are down 40 points (-0.6%) following yesterday’s fall. Get up to speed on all the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 40 points Dow drops another 152 poi…
 
ASX 200 fell 246 points to 6686 (3.6%). A surprisingly calm and steady day at least after the collapse at the open. Good rally into the close as US futures rallied. Sideways from the initial dump. All sectors of the market were trashed today with the financials under pressure led by the big four as the Bank Basket fell to $160.11 (3.4%). MQG fell 5…
 
The Aussie market is playing catch up this morning and it is set to be a brutal reaction after two consecutive 800+ point falls on the Dow. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 183 points. Dow falls another 876 points (2.8%) Nasdaq down 531 points (4.7%) S&P 500 down 151 points (3.9%) VIX up 22.6% Base metals hi…
 
ASX 200 finished near lows down 84 points at 6936 (1.3%). Plenty of nerves pre the CPI tonight as banks tried to rally before being ambushed again. The Big Bank Basket fell to $165.76 (1.2) with CBA off 1.2% and MQG dropping 3.5%. Insurers also easier despite yields rising on bonds. QBE down 2.0% and IAG off 2.6%. Fund managers fell again, GQG down…
 
The Dow finished down 638 points (-1.94%) in a late sell-off ahead of tonight’s key CPI print. SPI Futures are indicating another down day for Australian markets, down 55 points (-0.78%) this morning. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 55 points Dow falls 638 points (1.9%) Nasdaq down 332 points (2.8%) S&P 500…
 
ASX 200 fell another 101 points today to 7020 (-1.4%) as once again banks saw widespread selling and resources eased despite good numbers from China. The Big Bank Basket fell to $167.72 (2.6%). CBA down 2.6%, WBC down another 3.7%. MQG held up with a small loss, insurers were under a little pressure, QBE down 0.7% and MFG rose 2.2% on news of Hamis…
 
The oil price narrative dominated headlines with Goldman forecasting prices of US$140 a barrel with fears of further inflation spooking the market had the Dow finishing down 269 (-0.89%). SPI Futures following leads from the US down 54 points (-0.76%). Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 54 points Dow do…
 
ASX 200 rises 25 points to 7121 (+0.4%) as the bifurcation continues. Banks in the doghouse on fears for growth, housing and NIM. The Big Bank Basket fell to $172.25 (-4.3%), now around 9% off its recent highs. WBC down 6.1%, CBA down 4.4% Other financials doing much better, MQG up 1.0%, QBE up 1.4% and SUN up 1.3%. MFG still fell another 4.3%, PTM…
 
The Dow finished up 264 points (+0.80%) as US stocks climbed for a second consecutive session. SPI Futures are up 45 points (+0.63%) following a hawkish rate hike of 50 bps yesterday at the RBA meeting. Catch up on all the latest news with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 45 points. Dow up 264 (0.8%) Nasdaq up 114 (0.9%) S&P 500 u…
 
ASX 200 dropped 111 points to 7096 (1.5%) after the RBA unexpectedly raised rates by 50bps. The market was already shaking on US futures losses as Banks fell hard but the momentum picked up after 2.30pm. The Big Bank Basket fell to $179.92 (2.5%). CBA off 2.6% and NAB down 3.3%. MQG slumped 3.0% with ASX down 3.2% as volumes continue to be low and …
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures down 5 points. Dow up 16 points (0.05%) Nasdaq up 49 (0.4%) S&P 500 up 13 (0.3%) 10-year yields in US hit 3% again. Oil off 0.2%. Gold down 0.4% Iron ore at 10 month high up 0.6% Base metals better in LME trade after two days of holidays. RBA in focus today. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and ind…
 
ASX 200 drifts 33 points to 7206 (0.5%) lower in thin lacklustre trade ahead of RBA tomorrow. Banks slipped slightly with the Big Bank Basket down to $184.49 (0.5%). NAB launched a new $1bn hybrid falling 0.5%. MQG fell 0.6% and MFG got whacked 13.9% as FUM continues to slip. PTM joined in down 2.8% with GQG off 0.3%. Insurers flat as healthcare sa…
 
US markets pulled back a touch on Friday night and SPI Futures were down 32 points at the Saturday morning close. Big week ahead with the RBA and ECB decisions. Catch up on all the latest with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI futures down 32 points. Dow down 349 points (1.1%) Nasdaq down 304 (2.5%) S&P 500 down 68 (1.6%) US jobs number bette…
 
ASX 200 rallied 63 points to 7239 (+0.9%). Resources were the stand outs today with iron ore stocks leading the charge, BHP up 2.5% and FMG rising 4.1%. Base metal stocks also rose with S32 up 2.0% and lithium stocks charging ahead on a bounce from Wednesday’s carnage. PLS rose 7.5%, INR up 16.5% and AKE up 3.8%. Gold miners were better too as bull…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures up 77 Dow up 435 (1.3%) Nasdaq up 322 points (2.7%) S&P 500 up 76 points (1.8%) Gold up 1.2% Oil up 1.1% as OPEC agrees to more supply. Iron ore up 5.1% on Chinese reopening. LME closed for Jubilee celebrations. Housing finance at 11.30am Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research an…
 
ASX 200 fell 58 points to 7176 (-0.8%) as negative sentiment flooded all sectors today. Banks slid with the Big Bank Basket down to $185.64 (-1%). CBA off 1.2% and other financials sliding too, MQG down 2.7% and insurers off with QBE falling 1.1%. MFG fell 3.1% and ASX off 1.0% despite announcing a new CEO. Healthcare on the nose too as CSL dropped…
 
US stocks posted their second losing session in a row, the Dow finished down 177 points (-0.54%). Economic data came in hotter across the board indicating the economy is still running hot. SPI Futures are pointing to a 55 point loss today. Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 55 points Dow down 177 points…
 
ASX 200 rose 23 points to 7234 (+0.3%) as banks bounced back and lithium stocks got poleaxed by a perfect storm of research and Chinese moves in Africa. PLS fell 22.0%, MIN down 8.1% and LTR down 19.1%. Base metal stocks also fell in sympathy with IGO down 11.7%, LYC off 6.4%. Iron ore miners held up better with BHP up 2.3% and FMG rising 3.2%. Gol…
 
The Dow finished down 223 points in a late fade as Biden and Powell met to discuss inflation. The headline from the meeting was that Biden will not interfere with the Fed’s decisions on inflation. SPI Futures are down 26 points with first-quarter GDP out today. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 26 points. Dow…
 
The ASX 200 slid 75 points lower to 7211 (-1.0%) as banks wobbled despite bond yields rising. A 20 point sell-off on close not helping. The Big Bank Basket fell to $184.53 (-2%) as the AFR Banking Summit brought out the bears. NAB down 1.9%, CBA off 2.1% and insurers also falling on negative industry comments, SUN down 6.4% and QBE off 2.3%. Financ…
 
US markets were closed overnight for the Memorial Day Holiday. The Australian market is set to ease slightly today with the Futures indicating a 12 point loss. Catch up on all the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 12 points. US markets closed. European markets lightly better. German inflation hits 7.9%. EU agree oil e…
 
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