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Three Aussie stocks to watch
With just one session left, the ASX200 is currently down 4.5% for the month, on track for its first down month since…..you guessed it, September 2020 when it finished down -4%.
ASX200 up and running for a new week
This time last week, the ASX200 was a sea of red. Caught in a vortex of tumbling iron ore prices and fears of contagion from default by Chinese property developer Evergrande.
Three Aussie Stocks to Watch
Reports that a unit of Evergrande has negotiated a coupon payment with bondholders and a significant injection of liquidity from the Peoples Bank of China this morning has further eased fears over Chinese property developer Evergrande, prompting a recovery in the ASX200.
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RBA minutes to provide little help for the ASX200 after its Evergrande fall
The ongoing woes of Chinese property developer Evergrande have sparked fears of contagion across markets to kick start a busy week of trading that boasts no fewer than ten central bank meetings.
ASX200 starts the week on a positive note ahead of event risk including AU jobs data
A fifth straight session of declines for the S&P500 on Friday as the benchmark index locked in a -1.7% loss for the week, reaffirming September's reputation as the weakest month of the year for US stock markets.
RBA preview and what comes next for the ASX200
The highlight of this week's local data calendar is tomorrow's RBA Board meeting and whether the RBA proceeds to taper its QE program in September. Or whether the impact of the fast-spreading delta variant has been enough to see tapering delayed or even increased.
The good the bad and the ugly ASX200 Earnings Season review
The Australian earnings season is in the home stretch, with reports left from just a handful of stocks after reports this week from Fortescue Metals (FMG), Crown (CWN), and Harvey Norman (HVN).
ASX200 edges higher ahead of Wednesday AU Q2 GDP release
Wednesday sees the release of Australia's Q2 GDP report at 11.30 am. The report predates current lockdowns in Sydney and Victoria, and because of this, the data is less valuable than usual.
ASX200 caught in cross currents ahead of key capex and retail sales data
A dark day in Sydney today, both from a weather perspective and as a record 919 new covid cases, were reported in the 24 hours until 8 pm last night. According to Goldman Sachs, the worsening situation will push the timeline for a gradual re-opening in Sydney until late October and Melbourne until Mid-September.
Australian ASX200 earnings preview WOW
Woolworths Group Ltd (WOW) is an Australian retail group operating primarily in the supermarket and grocery sector. Woolworths and Coles form a near-duopoly of Australian supermarkets, accounting for about 65% of the Australian market. It reports its full-year numbers on the 26th of August.
Australian ASX200 earnings preview QAN
Qantas Airways Limited (QAN) is the flag carrier of Australia and the third oldest airline in the world. It reports its full-year numbers this Thursday, August 26.
Australian ASX200 earnings preview A2M
The A2 Milk Company Limited (A2M) is a dual-listed NZX and ASX 50 public listed company that commercialises intellectual property relating to A1 protein-free milk that is sold under the a2 and a2 Milk brands as well as the milk and related products such as infant formula. Its products are sold in Australia, New Zealand, U.S, China, Korea, and the United Kingdom. It reports its full-year numbers on Thursday, the 26th of August.
Australian ASX200 earnings preview CSL
CSL Limited (CSL) is Australia’s largest drugmaker, one of the world’s largest biotech companies, a leader in flu treatments and plasma protein therapies, and a leading provider of in-licensed vaccines. It reports its full-year numbers on Wednesday the 18th of August at 10 am.
Australian ASX200 earnings preview CBA
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is Australia’s largest bank and provides various financial services, including retail, business, institutional banking, funds management, insurance, investment, and broking services. It reports its full-year numbers on the 11th of August.
Australian FY21 Earnings Season Overview
The Australian equities reporting season takes place twice a year. As a guide, most Australian companies report half-year earnings in February for the first six months of the new financial year (July 1 to December 31).
Asian Open: S&P 500 Closed to a Record High, Copy That ASX 200?
The S&P 500 was the stronger performer on Wall Street overnight to close at a new high. Today we’ll find out if the ASX 200 (XJO) can follow suit.
ASX200 breaks 7500 as Square Inc announces plans to buy Afterpay
The first trading day of the new month has started with a bang following news of Australia's largest-ever buy-out that propelled the ASX200 above 7500 for the first time.
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Asian Open: FOMC Down, US GDP Next - Asian Markets Set to Bounce?
With a slightly hawkish FOMC meeting out of the way, we’re watching Asian equities as we suspect a corrective bounce is now on the cards.
Asian Open: Traders Are Net-Long USD for the First Time in 16-Months
Traders increased their net-long exposure to the US dollar by +17.79 billion, to see traders net-long the dollar against G10 currencies and emerging markets.
Asian Open: ASX 200 and CRB Commodity Index Eye New Highs
Sentiment has continued to improve which has provided a tailwind for commodities in general, and the CRB index and ASX 200 show the potential to break to new highs.
Asian Open: New Highs US for Equities, ASX 200 Holds Support
Biden sealed a bipartisan deal to lift the US share market, a dovish BOE sent GBP lower and the ASX 200 shows signs of stability after its two-day sell-off.
Asian Open: Dollar Dominates and Equities Fall on Hawkish Fed
Well, the Fed didn’t wait for the Jackson hole symposium to turn hawkish (from a very dovish base), sending equities, commodities lower and the US dollars higher.
Asian Open: Inflation Remains a ‘Hot’ Topic as Wall Street Deflates on FOMC-Eve
A combination of stronger inflation and weaker consumer data in the US was enough to take Wall Street off its record highs, on the eve of the highly anticipated FOMC meeting.