Market Pulse


Morning market update – 27 November

The Aussie market market looks set to open flat this morning following another lacklustre performance on Wall Street overnight after the release of disappointing economic data. The December SPI futures contract is down just two points, at 5405. The US Labor Department said weekly applications rose 21,000 to a seasonally-adjusted 313,000, the highest level since


Morning market update – 26 November

The Australian market looks set to open higher later this morning after Wall Street stocks fluctuated overnight; data showed the economy expanded more than previously forecast but that was offset by a drop in consumer confidence. The December SPI futures contract is up 12 points, at 5362. Commerce Department figures showed that US gross domestic


Morning market wrap

U.S. stocks rose overnight, extending all-time highs for benchmark indexes, as small-cap shares rallied amid growing confidence in the global economy. Best Buy Co. jumped 2.3 percent before the start of the holiday shopping season. Urban Outfitters Inc. advanced 5.4 percent, the most in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Verizon Communications Inc. tumbled 1.4


Australian Stock Report Ltd ACN 106 863 978 AFS License 301682 (ASR) is licensed as an Australian Financial Services License pursuant to section 9138 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). Before acquiring or using any of Australian Stock Report's products, you should obtain & consider our Financial Services Guide. Australian Stock Report offers general advice only about financial products (limited to derivatives and securities) without investigating or commenting on their suitability for you. Foreign Exchange recommendations are general advice only, through HC Securities Pty Ltd, corporate authorised representative No. 297316, (CAR) of Independent Advisor Solutions Pty Ltd - AFSL No. 314614.