Executive Series 19 Jun 18: Bubs Australia (BUB) CEO, Nicholas Simms

June 20, 2018

Bubs Australia (BUB) CEO, Nicholas Simms speaks with Tom Piotrowski about the company’s progress on vertical integration and their key strategic opportunities in China.

 

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AM Report 20 June 18: Trade fears hit again, but the Aussie market still supported by solid growth and a lower AUD.

June 19, 2018

US sharemarkets ended lower on Tuesday. The trade dispute between the US and China dominated attention. Global exporters down the most in response to the US-China trade war. The US has threatened a 10% tariff on $200 billion of Chinese goods, in response to China's move to raise tariffs on $50 billion in U.S. goods. 

Shares in Boeing fell 3.8% and Caterpillar fell by 3.6%.  But shares in the utilities, telecom and consumer staples sectors rose on the attraction of dividend yields. After being down by 419 points, the Dow Jones ended lower by 287 points or 1.2%. The S&P 500 index fell by 0.4% and the Nasdaq lost 21 points or 0.3%.
 

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CBA Business Sales Indicator 20 Jun 18: Spending slowdown in May

June 19, 2018

The Commonwealth Bank Business Sales Indicator (BSI) lifted by 0.3 per cent in trend terms in May, the slowest growth in 13 months. Annual trend growth of the BSI was steady at 7.7 per cent.

 

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Market Close 19 Jun 18: The morning’s 5 month high tapered off this afternoon

June 19, 2018

Investors are unsettled at the news of the U.S. considering a new round of tariffs which could affect ~$400bn worth of Chinese products. Health stocks were the better performers today, while mining stocks were down.

 

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Mid-Session 19 Jun 18: Shares lift for a third day

June 19, 2018

Aussie shares are improving for a third session and briefly hit a five-month high in early trade. Investors have shrugged off softer US shares, escalating US-China trade tensions and a key meeting of oil producing nations set for later this week.

 

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AM Report 19 June 18: Global tariff concerns hit stocks while gold and oil lifted

June 18, 2018

The US is preparing to apply tariffs on US$50 billion of Chinese imports. China said it would respond with tariffs "of the same scale and strength". Reuters quoted the official Xinhua news agency as saying that China would impose 25% tariffs on 659 US products, ranging from soybeans and autos to seafood. 

US sharemarkets ended mixed on Monday. Fears of an escalating trade dispute between the US and China dominated attention. Shares in Boeing and Caterpillar both fell by 0.9%. But energy stocks rose in line with higher oil prices with Chevron up 1.6%. After being down by 264 points, the Dow Jones ended lower by 103 points. 
 

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Market Close 18 Jun 18: Market recovers early losses to close stronger

June 18, 2018

The local sharemarket has managed to finish in the black, with gains in the financial sector outweighing losses from telco & mining stocks.

 

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Mid-Session 18 Jun 18: Telco & mining stocks slump

June 18, 2018

The local sharemarket has kicked off the week in negative territory, held back by heavy falls in the materials and telco sectors. The ASX 200 is down 0.10%. 

 

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Executive Series 14 Jun 18: ROBO Global CEO EMEA, Richard Lightbound

June 18, 2018

ROBO Global CEO EMEA, Richard Lightbound speaks with Tom Piotrowski about the company’s robotics, automation and Ai ETF.

 

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AM Report 18 June 18: Trade concerns hit commodities and stocks

June 17, 2018

US sharemarkets ended lower on Friday on fears of an escalating trade dispute between the US and China. Trade-dependent stocks fell the most while energy stocks fell in response to a lower oil price. The Dow Jones fell by 85 points or 0.3%. The S&P 500 index fell by just 0.1% while the Nasdaq eased by almost 15 points or 0.2%. Over the week the Dow lost 0.9%, the S&P 500 was flat and the Nasdaq rose by 1.3%.

 

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