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BHP.AX
27.31
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+1.34%
 
CBA.AX
78.25
+1.05
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ANZ.AX
30.34
+0.18
+0.60%
 
NAB.AX
32.41
+0.16
+0.50%
 
WBC.AX
33.42
+0.27
+0.81%
 
NCM.AX
21.98
+0.14
+0.64%
 
CSL.AX
138.95
+0.85
+0.62%
 
RIO.AX
71.46
+0.91
+1.29%
 
MQG.AX
92.9
+0.29
+0.31%
 
TLS.AX
3.55
0.00
0.00%
 
WES.AX
42.6
+0.17
+0.40%
 
CYB.AX
5.2
+0.01
+0.19%
 
HGG.AX
41.71
-0.84
-1.97%
 
STO.AX
4.23
+0.04
+0.95%
 
WFD.AX
7.85
+0.13
+1.68%
 
FMG.AX
4.96
+0.02
+0.40%
 
WPL.AX
29.76
+0.19
+0.64%
 
QBE.AX
10.54
+0.15
+1.44%
 
WOW.AX
25.47
+0.2
+0.79%
 
AMC.AX
15.86
+0.16
+1.02%
 
BHP.AX
27.31
+0.36
+1.34%
 
CBA.AX
78.25
+1.05
+1.36%
 
ANZ.AX
30.34
+0.18
+0.60%
 
NAB.AX
32.41
+0.16
+0.50%
 
WBC.AX
33.42
+0.27
+0.81%
 
NCM.AX
21.98
+0.14
+0.64%
 
CSL.AX
138.95
+0.85
+0.62%
 
RIO.AX
71.46
+0.91
+1.29%
 
MQG.AX
92.9
+0.29
+0.31%
 
TLS.AX
3.55
0.00
0.00%
 
WES.AX
42.6
+0.17
+0.40%
 
CYB.AX
5.2
+0.01
+0.19%
 
HGG.AX
41.71
-0.84
-1.97%
 
STO.AX
4.23
+0.04
+0.95%
 
WFD.AX
7.85
+0.13
+1.68%
 
FMG.AX
4.96
+0.02
+0.40%
 
WPL.AX
29.76
+0.19
+0.64%
 
QBE.AX
10.54
+0.15
+1.44%
 
WOW.AX
25.47
+0.2
+0.79%
 
AMC.AX
15.86
+0.16
+1.02%
 
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October 17, 2017
The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index rose 32.6 points, or 0.56%, to 5,846.8 points on Monday – its highest close since mid-May. BHP Billiton climbed 2.2% to $26.95, Rio Tinto surged 3.4% to $70.55, and Fortescue Metals added one per cent to $4.94. Gold miner Evolution gained four cents, or 1.8%, to $2.30 after it lifted production and cut costs in the September quarter. Energy stocks benefited from higher global oil prices which have risen in the wake of strong Chinese oil imports and geopolitical tension in Iraq. Woodside Petroleum was up 0.3% to at $29.57, Santos improved 0.5% to $4.19, and Oil Search ascended 0.8% to $7.21. Among the major banks, Commonwealth Bank was 0.7% richer at $77.20, National Australia Bank picked up 0.2% at $32.25, Westpac firmed 0.4% to $33.15, and ANZ rose 0.3% to $30.16. Iron ore made it three gains on the trot on Monday, adding to the substantial gains achieved over the prior two sessions. However, with Chinese futures tumbling in overnight trade, it looks like the winning streak may now be over. According to Metal Bulletin, the spot price for benchmark 62% fines rose 0.7% to $62.94 a tonne, extending its gain from Wednesday last week to 5.6%. Major U.S. stock indexes rose to record high closes on Monday as financial shares recovered from last week’s losses and higher oil prices lifted energy shares. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 85.3 points, or 0.37%, to 22,957.02, the S&P 500 gained 4.47 points, or 0.18%, to 2,557.64 and the Nasdaq Composite added 18.20 points, or 0.28%, to 6,624.01. Having opened the day buying .7874, the AUD/USD drifted in a thin 30 pip range over the course of Asian and European trade before eventually sliding lower during the US session. Domestically, the Reserve Bank of Australia will release the minutes of its October monetary policy meeting at 11.30am AEDT, with all interest likely to fall on the discussion surrounding the labour and housing markets, along with the outlook for household consumption. From the Kaz Team.
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