AM Report 24 Apr 18: Treasury yields and Russian sanction in focus

April 23, 2018

US sharemarkets ended mixed after a choppy session. Higher bond yields weighed on consumer staples but provided support for financials. And worries about weaker phone demand weighed on tech stocks. Stocks in aluminium producers fell after the US opened the door to sanctions relief for Russian aluminium giant Rusal. After trading in a 208 point range, the Dow Jones ended lower by 14 points or 0.1%

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Market Close 23 Apr 18: Banks & miners help lift the market higher

April 23, 2018

The ASX 200 has finished the session up 0.3%, boosted by improvements in the financial, materials and telco sectors. 

 

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Executive Series 17 April 18: Audinate (AD8) Co-Founder and CTO, Aidan Williams

April 23, 2018

CommSec’s Tom Piotrowski speaks with Audinate (AD8) Co-Founder and CTO, Aidan Williams about the company’s aim to double its addressable market with new products and applications.

 

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Executive Series 17 April 18: HUB24 (HUB) Managing Director, Andrew Alcock

April 23, 2018

CommSec’s Tom Piotrowski speaks with HUB24 (HUB) Managing Director, Andrew Alcock about the company’s latest quarterly results.

 

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Executive Series 18 April 18: Smart Parking Ltd (SPZ) CEO, Paul Gillespie

April 23, 2018

CommSec’s Tom Piotrowski speaks with Smart Parking Ltd (SPZ) CEO, Paul Gillespie about the company’s global growth and plans for expansion in the UK.

 

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Mid-Session 23 Apr 18: Market shrugs off weak lead from Wall Street to trade higher

April 23, 2018

The Australian sharemarket has kicked off the week in positive territory, shrugging off a negative lead from Wall Street. The ASX 200 is up 0.3%, supported by strong gains from the banks and miners. 

 

 

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Executive Series 17 April 18: Bluechiip Limited (BCT) Managing Director, Andrew McLellan

April 23, 2018

CommSec’s Tom Piotrowski speaks with Bluechiip Limited (BCT) Managing Director, Andrew McLellan about how the company’s Bluechiip tracking technology works and the opportunity transform the bio-preservation market.

 

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AM Report 23 Apr 18: Markets fell again on Friday - this week all about trade and inflation

April 22, 2018

US sharemarkets fell again on Friday but rose over the week. Investors mulled the implications of higher bond yields. Consumer staples fell the most, down 1.7%. Technology stocks fell on worries about demand for phones. Shares in Apple fell by 4.1%. The Dow Jones index fell by 202 points or 0.8% after being down 290 points late in the session. The S&P 500 index fell by 0.9%, while the Nasdaq fell by 92 points or 1.3%. Over the week the Dow rose by 0.4%, the S&P 500 index rose by 0.5% and the Nasdaq rose by 0.6%

 

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Market Close 20 Apr 18: The Aussie dollar closes the week at 77.13 US cents

April 20, 2018

The ASX 200 rose by 0.68% over the last 5 days but ends the week down 12 points or 0.2% to 5869 points. Weakness in the banks weighed on the market while mining stocks have pushed ahead in recent days.

 

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Investor Signposts 20 Apr 18: Inflation data in the spotlight

April 20, 2018

Investor Signposts 20 Apr 18: Inflation data in the spotlight 

CommSec Chief Economist Craig James previews the economic data scheduled for the week ahead including the much anticipated March quarter inflation data, export and import prices and the business inflation readings.

 

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