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BHP.AX
22.41
+0.26
+1.17%
 
CBA.AX
81.25
-0.63
-0.77%
 
ANZ.AX
27.68
-0.16
-0.57%
 
NAB.AX
29.31
-0.15
-0.51%
 
WBC.AX
30.18
-0.01
-0.03%
 
NCM.AX
21.25
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+1.05%
 
CSL.AX
143.33
+2.33
+1.65%
 
RIO.AX
58.83
+0.46
+0.79%
 
MQG.AX
89.4
-0.8
-0.89%
 
TLS.AX
4.35
+0.03
+0.69%
 
WES.AX
40.72
-0.1
-0.24%
 
CYB.AX
4.57
-0.03
-0.65%
 
HGG.AX
41.71
-0.84
-1.97%
 
STO.AX
2.92
-0.03
-1.02%
 
WFD.AX
8.33
-0.1
-1.19%
 
FMG.AX
4.66
-0.03
-0.64%
 
WPL.AX
29.3
-0.02
-0.07%
 
QBE.AX
11.88
-0.14
-1.16%
 
WOW.AX
25.36
+0.13
+0.52%
 
AMC.AX
16.59
+0.07
+0.42%
 
BHP.AX
22.41
+0.26
+1.17%
 
CBA.AX
81.25
-0.63
-0.77%
 
ANZ.AX
27.68
-0.16
-0.57%
 
NAB.AX
29.31
-0.15
-0.51%
 
WBC.AX
30.18
-0.01
-0.03%
 
NCM.AX
21.25
+0.22
+1.05%
 
CSL.AX
143.33
+2.33
+1.65%
 
RIO.AX
58.83
+0.46
+0.79%
 
MQG.AX
89.4
-0.8
-0.89%
 
TLS.AX
4.35
+0.03
+0.69%
 
WES.AX
40.72
-0.1
-0.24%
 
CYB.AX
4.57
-0.03
-0.65%
 
HGG.AX
41.71
-0.84
-1.97%
 
STO.AX
2.92
-0.03
-1.02%
 
WFD.AX
8.33
-0.1
-1.19%
 
FMG.AX
4.66
-0.03
-0.64%
 
WPL.AX
29.3
-0.02
-0.07%
 
QBE.AX
11.88
-0.14
-1.16%
 
WOW.AX
25.36
+0.13
+0.52%
 
AMC.AX
16.59
+0.07
+0.42%
 
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June 23, 2017
The ASX is set to open higher this morning with SPI Futures up 27.5 points at 5,649. A solid rally in healthcare stocks couldn’t save the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average from their third day of losses. The two benchmark indexes fell into the red in the final moments of Thursday, June 22. The S&P 500 fell 0.04%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.06%, and the Nasdaq gained 0.04%. The S&P 500 and Dow had logged losses over Tuesday, June 20, and Wednesday, June 21. Crude recovered after a two-day selloff sent prices to their lowest level in 10 months. Crude oil prices moved into a bear market, after having fallen more than 20% from a late February high. Oil had been lower on worries over global oversupply and ballooning production. On Thursday, West Texas Intermediate for August delivery rose 0.5% to $42.74 a barrel. Iron ore’s winning streak is over. According to Metal Bulletin, the spot price for benchmark 62% fines slid 0.51% to $56.53 a tonne, bringing to an end its longest winning streak since late December 2015. Gold is up $US6.40 at $US1,249.80. The Australian dollar remains under pressure, losing ground against both the greenback and the crosses for a second consecutive session on Thursday. The AUD currently buying 75.42 US cents. And its largest losses came against its commodity-linked counterparts, the New Zealand and Canadian dollars. Whether the Aussie’s woes continue on Friday will likely be determined by sentiment, technicals and central bank speak, rather than economic data, with another quiet calendar on the way today, especially in Asia. There’s nothing of note domestically while across the region the flash manufacturing PMI report from Japan for June the only release of note. Later in the session, markets will also receive manufacturing and services flash PMI’s from Europe and the US, which, along with the Japanese report, will provide the first indication on business activity levels across the globe in June. From the Kaz Team.
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