Healthcare and financial stocks were the big winners on the market this morning.
Some 87 companies in the S&P 500 have now reported earnings for the first quarter, and just over 62% have beaten earnings expectations.
The market rose after a trifecta of good economic data, better-than-expected corporate earnings from Yahoo, and confirmation from Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen that the central bank would continue supporting the economic recovery.
Markets are shaky across Europe, as the Ukraine crisis continues to escalate.
Good news for TPG shareholders, courtesy of the NBN.
The dollar finished slightly weaker, while local markets stayed stable.
Markets stayed steady despite disappointing forecasts for Coca Cola and the Ten Network.
A strong day on local markets, buoyed by news of a David Jones takeover.
Results season wasn’t one to look forward to for companies outside the banking and mining sectors.
Markets remain steady worldwide.
A bit of an unsteady day on worldwide markets following employment reports.
A quiet day on local markets, as US data trickles through.
A big day for overseas markets, particularly in the UK.
Local market finished slightly down, in contrast to international markets.
An interesting week ahead for the markets thanks to news from China, the US and the RBA.
Markets stay stable in the face of mixed economic data from the US.
Markets down slightly, thanks to tension between the US and Russia.
A strong start for local and worldwide markets off the back of more good news from the US.
The Aussie dollar rallies as the market stays stable.
Markets stay steady worldwide following the latest advice from the US Federal Reserve.
The department store war between David Jones and Myer dominated local trading.
Markets remained subdued on the back of employments figures.
Markets stay calm, as Putin calls off the troops in Crimea.
Markets surge worldwide — even in Crimea.
Profit expectations downgraded across the board.
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