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CBA.AX
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ANZ.AX
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NAB.AX
30.42
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WBC.AX
32.33
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NCM.AX
21.6
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CSL.AX
111.5
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RIO.AX
63.53
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MQG.AX
85.04
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TLS.AX
5.14
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WES.AX
41.5
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CYB.AX
4.75
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HGG.AX
3.98
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STO.AX
4.11
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WFD.AX
8.99
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-1.21%
 
FMG.AX
6.25
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WPL.AX
32.08
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QBE.AX
12.44
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WOW.AX
24.4
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AMC.AX
14.77
-0.09
-0.61%
 
BHP.AX
26.69
+0.17
+0.64%
 
CBA.AX
82.67
+0.01
+0.01%
 
ANZ.AX
29.89
-0.22
-0.73%
 
NAB.AX
30.42
-0.16
-0.52%
 
WBC.AX
32.33
-0.1
-0.31%
 
NCM.AX
21.6
-0.48
-2.17%
 
CSL.AX
111.5
+12.38
+12.49%
 
RIO.AX
63.53
+0.39
+0.62%
 
MQG.AX
85.04
+0.23
+0.27%
 
TLS.AX
5.14
-0.03
-0.58%
 
WES.AX
41.5
-0.1
-0.24%
 
CYB.AX
4.75
-0.02
-0.42%
 
HGG.AX
3.98
+0.04
+1.02%
 
STO.AX
4.11
-0.04
-0.96%
 
WFD.AX
8.99
-0.11
-1.21%
 
FMG.AX
6.25
+0.15
+2.46%
 
WPL.AX
32.08
-0.3
-0.93%
 
QBE.AX
12.44
+0.24
+1.97%
 
WOW.AX
24.4
+0.1
+0.41%
 
AMC.AX
14.77
-0.09
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January 19, 2017
The ASX is looking to open lower this morning with SPI Futures down 7 points at 5,5635. In the US, the financials index, which had gained more than 15 per cent since the US election, attracted some selling for the second straight session, ahead of Trump’s inauguration on Friday. Both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq were able to eek out a gain with the indexes gaining 0.18% and 0.31% respectively. Oil prices fell to their lowest level in a week on Wednesday at $US51.08 per barrel on expectations US producers would boost output, while OPEC signaled a drop in the global oil supply surplus this year as the producer group’s output fell from a record high. Iron ore spot markets rose 0.6% to $US82.05 per tonne following volatile price movements earlier in the week. Gold prices fell to $US1,203.40 per ounce as the USD firmed in the short term due to US CPI data falling in line with expectations. The Australian Dollar was this morning buying 75.08 US cents. Domestic employment figures for December are scheduled for release today. From the Kaz Team.
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