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ASX 200 rallied another 77 points to 7182 (+1.1%) as the upward bias continues. Up 37 points for the week. Banks and resources once again the key with the Big Bank Basket up to $188.08 (0.9%). CBA up 1.1% and MQG rallying 2.9%. Insurers too also in the green with QBE up1.4 % and SUN rising 1.1%. Industrials slightly better, ALL up 2.7% and WES risi…
 
The Dow had its fifth winning session in a row finishing up 517 points, making it the longest win streak in two months. Solid earnings from US retailers spurred investors into a buying session. SPI Futures are pointing to a 69-point gain. Catch up with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 69 Dow Jones up 517 (1.6%) Nasdaq up 306 (2.68…
 
ASX 200 falls 49 points to 7106 (0.7%). Late sell off too at close. No real reason, but banks wilted as 10-year yields continue to slip, the Big Bank Basket fell to $186.43 (-0.5%). CBA down 0.7% leading the sector lower. Financials elsewhere also slipping MQG down 0.3% and ASX falling 0.9%. Insurers eased and healthcare fell back a little as CSL d…
 
The ASX 200 rose 26 points today to 7155 (+0.4%). A damp end to a steady session, falling 20 points on the match out. A solid day though with banks and resources leading the market higher. BHP added to the gains today as it went ex its oil and gas assets and the share price was reset for index purposes and the stock rose 1.1% on the news, Woodside,…
 
Plenty to catch up on overnight as the Dow (+0.15%) rallied into the close following a soft start to finish in positive territory. SPI Futures are pointing toward another muted day of trade, up eight points. Get up to speed on all the latest with Henry Jennings Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 8 Dow up 48 (0.15%) in volatile session. Nasd…
 
The ASX 200 drifted around in a tight range today before sliding to close down 20 at 7129 (0.3%). Overnight optimism was snapped shut as social media stocks in the US tumbled after hours. Banks were a bright shining light with the Big Bank Basket up to $185.09 as CBA rose 0.6% and NAB up 1.0%. Insurers drifted lower, MQG down 0.6% and fund managers…
 
The Dow had its best session in almost three weeks finishing up 618 points (+1.98%). Positive sentiment in China was the main driver overnight as Beijing plans tax relief of over $21bn. SPI Futures are up 19 points (+0.27%). Catch up with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 19 points (0.3%) Dow up 618 (2.0%) Nasdaq up 181 (1.6%) S&_ …
 
The ASX 200 rose 3 points to 7149 in cautious trade. After a post -election bump early we saw Asian markets weaken and selling hit banks with the Big Bank Basket down to $184.00 (0.4%) with CBA off 0.1% and NAB down 0.9%. MQG fell 0.8% and insurers dropped slightly, QBE down 1.8%. Fund managers were firm GQG up 8.1%, MFG up 3.0% and AEF rising 3.5%…
 
SPI Futures are down 15 points following a volatile session in the US on Friday night. The Dow finished up 0.03% on a late rally, the S&P finished up 0.01%, and the NASDAQ took a hit, down 0.3%. Catch up on the latest news over the weekend with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 15 Dow rallies hard in final hour to close up 9 poin…
 
The ASX 200 rallied 81 points to 7146(1.2%) as commodity prices firmed overnight and China cut interest rates to stimulate the economy. Banks and miners led the rebound to give the ASX 200 a weekly gain of around 70 points. That’s right the index was up this week. The Big Bank Basket rallied to $184.74 with CBA up 0.8% and NAB shining through up 0.…
 
US stocks fell overnight the Dow finished down 0.75% with the NASDAQ and S&P 500 also finishing lower. The narrative was unchanged, Chinese economy, inflation, and stagflation concerns all weighing on markets. The ASX 200 is set for a slight loss to finish the week, SPI Futures are down nine points. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. …
 
The ASX 200 fell 118 points to 7065 (1.7%) after big falls on US markets. Well off lows and stable at these levels waiting for US markets to find some stability. Banks fell with the Big Bank Basket down to $183.39 (1.7%). CBA down 1.0% and MQG falling 2.1%. Insurers eased back too with QBE down 1.7% and IAG off 1.7%. MFG fell another 3.9%. Industri…
 
US stocks fell sharply overnight with the Dow (-3.57%) and S&P (-4.04%) posting their worst single-session declines in approximately two years. Results from major US retailers and Fed speak on interest rates and inflation were the catalysts for the sell-off. SPI Futures are down 126 points (-1.76%). Catch up with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200…
 
US stocks rallied overnight the Dow Jones, NASDAQ and S&P 500 all finished in positive territory following strong retail sales. SPI Futures pointing to another day of gains up 70 points (+0.98%). Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 70 points Dow up 431 points (1.3%) Nasdaq up 322 (2.8%) S&P 500 up 81 point…
 
The ASX 200 closed up 20 points to 7113 (0.3%) in cautious trade after RBA minutes sapped some buying. News that Shanghai is beginning to reopen was good for Asian markets and resources with BHP leading iron ore stocks higher up by 0.6%. FMG rallied 2.3% and lithium stocks back in demand with AKE up 5.5% and PLS rising 5.0%. Base metals were also g…
 
US stocks extended losses in a late sell-off, the S&P 500 (-0.4%) and NASDAQ (-1.2%) both finishing in negative territory. SPI Futures are up 23 points this morning, following a disappointing session yesterday that saw the ASX finish well below what the Futures had expected. ASX 200 SPI futures up 23 points Dow up 27 (0.1%) Nasdaq down 142 (1.2%) S…
 
The ASX 200 jumped out of the blocks but closed a long way from the highs as China data showed the extent of the slowdown. The ASX 200 closed up 18 points at 7093 (0.3%). Failed to hold 7100. Banks and industrials were the strength with the Big Bank Basket up to $184.61 (1.0%). MQG ex dividend today of 350c and falling 345c. Insurers pushed ahead d…
 
A good session on Friday in the US saw the Dow never trade in negative territory, finishing up 466 points (+1.47%). SPI Futures are up 54 (+0.77%) looking to continue from a strong session on Friday. Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 54 points. Dow up 466 points (1.5%) Nasdaq up 434 points (3.8%) S&P 500…
 
The ASX 200 up 134 points to 7075 (1.9%), gaining all of the losses from Thursday. Still down 1.8% for the week. Gains across the board as momentum and confidence built. 7000 seems to be the line in the sand for now. Resource stocks led the charge with BHP up 2.0%, FMG gaining 2.0% and RIO up 2.1%. Oil and gas stocks better as oil rose in Asia and …
 
The Dow finished down 104 points at the close, well-off lows of -606, as Jerome Powell was confirmed for a second term as Fed Chair. SPI Futures are pointing to a five-point loss to end the week. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 5 points. Dow down 104 points (0.3%) Nasdaq up 7 points (0.1%) S&P 500 down 5 points (0.1%) Powell reaffirmed as Fed chair - talk…
 
The ASX 200 fell hard again after a rally was snuffed out early morning. The ASX 200 fell 124 points to 6941 (-1.8%) Resources tried to hold up in the big miners but threw in the towel with BHP down 1.6% and FMG down 2.8%. Gold miners fell with NCM down 0.6% despite AUD gold prices barely changing recently. Lithium stocks again in the shorters sigh…
 
US stocks gave up early gains as CPI came in hotter than expected. The Dow finished down 327 (-1%) points after being up 423, the Nasdaq underperformed, losing 3.2%. SPI Futures are down 35 (-0.5%) points, with CBA and XRO results out this morning. Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 35 points. Dow falls…
 
The ASX 200 fights back to a slightly positive close, up 14 points to 7065 in a very dull day for a change. It was again a tale of two cities, Banks under pressure following the NAB dividend, falling % with the Big Bank Basket down to $181.69 (1.2%). CBA down 0.2% and ANZ down 1.5%. NAB ex dividend and some, falling 3.9%. MQG bounced slightly by 1.…
 
Stocks bounce back in the US ahead of the inflation number tonight. The Dow bounced off lows to finish down 0.3%, while the Nasdaq and the S&P both improved during the session. SPI Futures pointing to a muted day, down eight points as we hold our breath ahead of inflation. Get up to speed with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 8 …
 
The ASX 200 rallied from extreme lows finding support at 7000 closing down only 70 points at 7051 (1.0%). A decent turnaround after falling over 170 points shortly after the opening. Good close too. Selective buying emerged in some tech stocks and industrials, WTC rallied 4.1% and XRO finding friends rising 4.2%. The All- Tech Index slightly positi…
 
A rough session in the US, as the Dow never traded in positive territory and closed down 2%. The NASDAQ was the worst performer falling 4.3% as stagflation fears continue to weigh on markets. SPI Futures pointing to another day of losses down 99 points (-1.39%). Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 99 (1.…
 
The ASX 200 has once again tumbled 85 points to 7121 (-1.2%) failing to find support as US futures pointed to another difficult week for equities. A slight rally into the close. Broad-based losses again with resources firmly in the seller’s sights today as a China proxy and the AUD testing 70c. BHP dropped 1.3%, FMG off 5.8% and RIO down 2.3% with …
 
Not much to report on from the weekend with the central banks out of the way. SPI Futures pointing to another down day, down 51 points (-0.71%). Westpac Banking (WBC) results are out, mostly ahead of consensus. Catch up on the latest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 51 (0.7&) Dow down 99 (0.3%) Nasdaq down 173 (1.4%) S&P 50…
 
The ASX 200 was whacked hard today falling 159 points to 7206 (2.2%). Selling from the open in all sectors as expected. Some small rally into the close. No where to hide although banks held up better and tech got hurt worse. The Big Bank Basket fell to $184.61 (1.2%) with NAB down 2.0% and MQG revealing great numbers but got smashed by 7.8%. Insure…
 
US markets fell hard from the start in a reversal of the previous session's gains. The Dow Jones fell over 3%, the NASDAQ down 5% and the S&P down more than 3.5%. SPI Futures pointing to a 1.5% loss today. Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 113 (1.5%) Dow falls 1063 points (3.15) Nasdaq down 647 (5%) S&P 500 d…
 
In the best session since May 2020, the Dow Jones finished up 932 points. The Fed raised rates by 50 bps overnight and a less hawkish outlook than expected rallied markets. SPI Futures pointing a modest gain, up 31 points this morning. Catch up on all the latest with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 31 points. Dow rallies 932 poin…
 
The ASX 200 gives back early gains to close down 12 at 7305 (0.2%) as resources came under pressure. Miners suffering as market remains cautious ahead of Fed verdict tonight. Banks got a boost from ANZ results which could have been a lot worse, the bank rose 0.4% with CBA up % and NAB up %. NAB results tomorrow and the Big Bank Basket closed at $18…
 
It was a session that lacked conviction in the US, as everyone awaits the FOMC meeting tonight. SPI Futures are up 43 points, looking to reverse some of the losses from the start of the week. ANZ results came out this morning. Catch up on all the attest with Henry’s Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures up 43 points. Dow up 67 points (0.2%) Nasda…
 
The ASX 200 dropped 31 points to 7329 (-0.4%). Pre RBA we were drifting slightly lower but RBA waking up finally pushed equities lower. Knee jerk lower with AUD up around 1% and 10-year yields pushing to 3.34%. Banks mixed on the news with the Big Bank Basket down to $185.53 (0.5%). CBA the biggest faller down 0.7% with NAB off 0.7% as we await ANZ…
 
The Dow Jones finished up 84 points, rallying hard into the close. SPI Futures are down 25 points this morning, as we await the RBA's interest rate decision this afternoon at 2:30 pm. Catch up on all the latest news with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 SPI Futures down 25 Dow rises 84 points (0.3%) Nasdaq up 201 points (1.6%) S&P up 23 0.6%) Lo…
 
The ASX 200 kicked off a crucial week down 88 points at 7347 (-1.2%). A late rally helped lift it off the lows. Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide as the market followed the SPI futures into heavy losses. Industrials and tech took a hit with CSL down 1.0%, SHL down 1.9% and RHC off 1.3%. GMG took a tumble in the REITs falling 7.2%, SCG down 2.7% ahead…
 
ASX SPI Futures down 94 points. Dow falls 939 points (2.8%) Nasdaq down 537 points (4.2%) Amazon falls 14% S&P 500 down 156 points (3.6%). VIX up 11.4% Base metals mixed. Iron ore down 2.9%. Oil up 1.6% and Gold up 1.1% Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and become a better investor.…
 
An ugly session overnight in the US is expected to flow into our session. Growth names tipped to underperform value. Key inflation data will be closely watched and is expected to add more pressure on the RBA to act on policy. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and become a better investor.…
 
A soft night on Wall Street as hawkish comments from Jerome Powell brought spurred a risk-off session. The Dow finished down 368 points (-1.05%) and the NASDAQ lost 2.07%. SPI Futures point to a soft session in Australia, down 65 points (-0.86%). For all the latest, listen in to Tom's Breakfast Briefing. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access…
 
A good night in the US saw the Dow Jones finish up 500 points (+1.45%), surprisingly the NASDAQ finished up 2.15%, while Netflix fell 25% on results. SPI Futures are pointing to another positive day up 47 points (+0.62%). Catch up on all the latest with Tom on the Breakfast Briefing. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights a…
 
The ASX 200 finished the shortened week up 44 points to 7523 (0.6%). Positive leads and a solid resource sector helped the index close up 45 points for the week. Resources powered ahead, BHP up 1.4%, FMG up 1.3% and gold miners doing well too, NCM up 1.8% and NST up 4.2%. RED continued its charge up 7.2%. Uranium stocks in demand today again, PDN u…
 
US markets weaker overnight. SPI Futures pointed to a 10 point on Thursday when they last traded. US quarterly earnings season in focus. Oil up on Russian sanctions and production issues in Libya. RBA meeting minutes at 11:30 am are expected to add colour to the bank’s hawkish stance. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights …
 
Happy Easter US stocks found their legs overnight snapping a three-day losing streak. The Fed was busy with comments coming from many members, but the market seemed to only care for further commentary that the inflation number could be 'peak inflation'. SPI Futures are up 17 points this morning. Tune in to Henry's Breakfast Briefing to get all the …
 
The ASX 200 rallied 25 points to 7479 (0.3%). Solid start to the day built as US futures turned positive ahead of US banks kicking off reporting. Miners were the strength today as lithium and uranium stock rampaged ahead. SYA up 16.4%, AVZ up 11.7% and PDN up 9.6%. Big miners also solid with BHP up 0.1% and FMG up 0.8%. S32 rallied 1.4% with IGO up…
 
US markets gave up a big lead, inflation the hottest since '82, oil prices surge almost 7%, Putin has lost the plot... plenty happening this morning so don't miss Chris' Breakfast Briefing. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and become a better investor.…
 
The ASX 200 fell 31 points to 7454 (0.4%) in quiet trade ahead of US CPI. Everything down across the board, except 10-year yields up to 3.08%. Miners bounced a little in the afternoon as Asia rallied, lithium stocks on the nose again, PLS fell 5.8% on a production report, MIN down 0.2% and BHP unchanged with IGO and S32 down too. Gold miners a litt…
 
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