Aussie shares fell today, after a lacklustre lead from international markets overnight.
Sectors finished mostly in the red, with energy stocks the hardest hit on the back of weak oil prices.
Health care and consumer staples were the only segments to close in positive territory.
Financial stocks were mixed on the day; NAB was the best performer of the big four with a 0.6% rise, whilst ANZ was the laggard of the group down 0.6%.
Samson Oil and Gas has plummeted 34% after releasing an operational update which disappointed.
Unilife Corporation has jumped 5.3% after announcing it had signed a seven-year commercial supply contract with a pharmaceutical company for the ready-to-fill (prefilled) syringe.
The ASX 200 shed 14 points (-0.3%) to close at 4123.
Written by: marketpulse Other posts from: marketpulse
Posted in Market Pulse
No Comments »
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.