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Market Close 27 Jan 2021: Mining stocks weigh on market

Market Close 27 Jan 2021: Mining stocks weigh on market

January 27, 2021

The Australian sharemarket fell by 0.65% on Wednesday, playing catch-up with the rest of the world following the Australia Day public holiday. Weaker commodity prices weighed on Fortescue Metals, BHP, Rio and energy stocks. 

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Mid-Session 27 Jan 2021: Aussie shares fall from 11-month highs

Mid-Session 27 Jan 2021: Aussie shares fall from 11-month highs

January 27, 2021

The Australian sharemarket is being dragged lower by resource stocks as commodity prices declined overnight.

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Morning Report 27 Jan 21: Wall St edges lower ahead of key earnings reports

Morning Report 27 Jan 21: Wall St edges lower ahead of key earnings reports

January 27, 2021

US sharemarkets edged lower on Tuesday as investors considered new Covid 19 variants and hurdles to an additional US stimulus package. At the close of trade, the Dow Jones index fell by 23 points or 0.1%. The S&P 500 index lost 0.2% and the Nasdaq index was down by 10 points or 0.1%.

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State of the States 27 Jan 21: Tasmania caps off a full year in the top spot

State of the States 27 Jan 21: Tasmania caps off a full year in the top spot

January 27, 2021

Tasmania continues to lead the pack for the fourth quarter in a row, cementing its place as the best performing economy. While ACT has held onto second place, there's now little to separate SA, VIC, QLD, NSW & WA.

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Market Close 25 Jan 2021: Aussie shares lift despite light trading volumes

Market Close 25 Jan 2021: Aussie shares lift despite light trading volumes

January 25, 2021

The Australian sharemarket edged higher by 0.3% on Monday as a holiday-interrupted week kicks off. Travel stocks, energy and gold mining companies were the main weights. 

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Mid-Session 25 Jan 2021: Market near 11-month high

Mid-Session 25 Jan 2021: Market near 11-month high

January 25, 2021

The Australian sharemarket is edging higher while remaining near an 11-month high as the holiday-shortened week kicks off. 

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Executive Series 19 Jan 21: PM Capital Global Opportunities Fund (PGF) Portfolio Manager, Paul Moore

Executive Series 19 Jan 21: PM Capital Global Opportunities Fund (PGF) Portfolio Manager, Paul Moore

January 25, 2021

PM Capital Global Opportunities Fund (PGF) Portfolio Manager, Paul Moore speaks with Tom Piotrowski about the areas of the market he’s heavily invested in, his views for when travel will return to pre-COVID levels, as well as long-term investment opportunities

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Morning Report 25 Jan 21: ASX 200 set for modest gains despite mixed fortunes US stocks

Morning Report 25 Jan 21: ASX 200 set for modest gains despite mixed fortunes US stocks

January 25, 2021

US sharemarkets were mixed on Friday. Smaller caps outperformed with real estate up 0.3% and utilities rose 0.2%. But energy fell 0.5% and technology stocks were mixed. The Dow Jones index fell by 179 points or 0.6% after being down 268 points. The S&P 500 index eased 0.3% from record highs. But the Nasdaq index rose by 12 points or 0.1% to a record high. Over the week, the Dow rose by 0.6%; S&P 500 rose by 1.9%; and the Nasdaq rose by 4.2%.

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Market Close 22 Jan 2021: ASX eases into the weekend

Market Close 22 Jan 2021: ASX eases into the weekend

January 22, 2021

The Aussie market has taken a breather following a three day winning run which took the ASX 200 to fresh 11-month highs just yesterday. The benchmark index slipped 23 points or 0.3% to 6,800 as big name miners, banks and tech stocks weighed most.

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The Top 5 - 22 Jan 21

The Top 5 - 22 Jan 21

January 22, 2021

As we move into the last week of Jan, there is plenty more on the calendar for financial markets and the global economy. Here’s the top 5 items for the week ahead.

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