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|Headquarters||Level 9, 130 Pitt Street|
|Sydney, NSW 2000|
|Within Australia - (1800-181-895)|
Key Developments: MAp Group
| Australian Market Report of July 23, 2010|
JULY 23, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 4,211
The Australian stocks market delivered a strong opening on Friday after Wall Street and European markets rallied overnight. The US shares were boosted by the encouraging corporate results and a better-than-expected report on existing home sales.
| Australian Market Report of July 20, 2010|
JULY 20, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 3,505
The Australian market opened slightly higher on Tuesday. Wall Street posted modest gains overnight as investors focused on the company earnings reports and shrugged off the weak housing data.
| Australian Market Report of April 23, 2010: A Cautious Day|
APR 23, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 5,225
Australian shares extended losses by 0.5 per cent in early trade on Friday, ignoring Wall Street's small gain overnight. Asian stock markets opened mixed today as investors are cautious with concerns about Greece's shaky finances. The Australian dollar opened slightly lower against the US dollar this morning, but hit a new high against the euro overnight. On the economic front today, Australian Bureau of Statistics releases international trade price indices for March.
| Australian Market Report of October 21: Disappointing US Housing Data|
OCT 21, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 8,189
Wall Street declined overnight on a weak housing report, despite some strong earnings results. The Commerce Department said that construction starts on privately owned homes rose 0.5 per cent to 590,000, lower than expectations.
| Australian Market Report of October 16: Market Boosted by Higher Oil Prices|
OCT 16, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 8,041
US stocks climbed to a 2009 new high on Thursday, as the oil prices surge buoyed energy companies. New York crude oil futures rose more than 3 per cent to a one-year high of US$77.58 a barrel after the government said US gasoline reserves fell sharply last week. The financial and IT stocks retreated over mixed economic data and corporate outlook.
| Australian Market Report of September 30: US Consumer Confidence Dropped|
SEP 30, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 9,846
Wall Street closed lower overnight after American consumer confidence reading in September dropped unexpectedly. The weakness in US technology stocks, which had been a leader for much of Wall Street's six-month rally, yesterday led a fall in the market. The Conference Board's consumer confidence index dipped in September to 53.1 from 54.5 in August as people worries about job market.
| Australian Market Report of September 21: Another Round of Optimism|
SEP 21, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 9,390
Wall Street Friday climbed to a fresh 2009 high as analysts boosted their growth outlook for the US. The market was inspired after Barclay's Capital raised its forecast for the nation's GDP growth in first three months of next year to five per cent from three per cent. For the week, Dow index posted a gain of 215 points.
| Australian Market Report of September 17: Wall Street Set a Good Tone|
SEP 17, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 8,877
Overnight Wall Street posed a solid gain as an upbeat sentiment that the worst is over increased investors' appetite for riskier assets. The shares were lifted by a round of buying in financial shares and a jump in US industrial production data.
| Australian Market Report of September 16: Optimistic on Recession End|
SEP 16, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 7,846
Wall Street closed modestly higher on Tuesday after positive US economic data. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke also said the "recession is very likely over at this point". US retail sales were surprisingly strong in August largely due to government's "cash for clunkers" program, but analysts warned that it may not represent a sustainable recovery in consumer spending.
| Australian Market Report of September 7: Up on US Employment Data|
SEP 7, 2009 11:28 - Article Views: 10,240
Wall Street was higher on Friday as a government report showed that the pace of job losses slowed in August. But the US stocks were still in negative territory for the week with the worst performance since early July.
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