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WBC.AX
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CYB.AX
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HGG.AX
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STO.AX
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WFD.AX
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FMG.AX
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WPL.AX
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QBE.AX
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WOW.AX
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AMC.AX
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BHP.AX
25.39
-0.53
-2.04%
 
CBA.AX
79.09
-0.46
-0.58%
 
ANZ.AX
30.01
-0.35
-1.15%
 
NAB.AX
30.87
-0.42
-1.34%
 
WBC.AX
32.21
-0.51
-1.56%
 
NCM.AX
21.61
-0.19
-0.87%
 
CSL.AX
128.61
+1.61
+1.27%
 
RIO.AX
63.19
-0.42
-0.66%
 
MQG.AX
87.39
-1.3
-1.47%
 
TLS.AX
3.9
+0.03
+0.78%
 
WES.AX
42.25
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+0.91%
 
CYB.AX
4.72
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HGG.AX
41.71
-0.84
-1.97%
 
STO.AX
3.29
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WFD.AX
7.6
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FMG.AX
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WPL.AX
29.16
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QBE.AX
10.77
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WOW.AX
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AMC.AX
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August 18, 2017
U.S. stocks sold off on Thursday, pushing the S&P 500 to its lowest in a month, as escalating worries about the Trump administration’s ability to push through its agenda rattled investors. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 274.48 points, or 1.25 %, to end at 21,750.39, the S&P 500 lost 38.05 points, or 1.54%, to 2,430.06 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 123.20 points, or 1.94%, to 6,221.91. The Australian share market has fallen slightly, weighed down by a massive sell-off of Telstra shares after the telco said it will cut future dividends. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index dropped 5.9 points, or 0.1%, to 5,779.2 points, after being around 0.2% higher at midday. The spot price of gold in Sydney at 1200 AEST was $US1,287.78 per fine ounce, up from $US1,269.82 per fine ounce on Wednesday. After ripping higher in earlier trade, the Australian dollar went hard into reverse in European and North American trade, weighed down by a sharp sell-off in US stocks, softness in commodity prices and news of another terrorist attack, this time in Barcelona. After a stacked data calendar in recent days, Friday’s session is devoid of major events, suggesting that US politics and investor sentiment will continue to drive the movements in the Aussie. Chinese new house price data for July will be released at 11.30am AEST although it’s unlikely to generate much of a reaction across markets. Later in the session, the one major highlight comes from Canada with the release of CPI data for July. This will likely impact the loonie given financial markets are around 80% priced for another rate hike from the Bank of Canada in the December quarter. The preliminary University of Michigan consumer confidence report from the US will also be released. From the Kaz Team.
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