Stable conditions in international markets due to a lack of new data.
Markets rally worldwide on the back of half-year floats and positive US data.
Excitement on the markets worldwide as the US posts encouraging employment figures.
Markets react to news of Australia’s free trade deal with South Korea.
Bad news for Qantas shareholders as the market finishes lower.
A number of local companies are rushing to float before the end of the calendar year.
Trading is unusually quiet in the market and in the retail sector.
Companies are scaling back their profit expectations at the end of a tough first half of the financial year.
Markets remained subdued, with US markets closed for Thanksgiving.
A more lively day on the markets following the release of results during AGM season.
Markets closed flat locally and overseas, as a quiet week continues in the US.
A quiet week in the US, on the back of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Strong figures from markets worldwide, as the US plays down talk of tapering.
The Australian dollar dropped slightly following remarks by RBA Governor Glenn Stevens about currency intervention.
A stable day on the markets following advice from the US Federal Reserve.
Markets were slightly down worldwide, ahead of a speech from outgoing US Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke.
Predictions of a mini dotcom boom are beginning to surface as tech companies rush to launch IPOs before Christmas.
AGM season rolls on as our local markets stay subdued.
Markets rally following Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen’s announcement on tapering in the US.
All eyes are on Fed Reserve chief Janet Yellen, as the US moves to resolve tapering in the wake of the GFC and shutdown.
Markets finished slightly down worldwide after an uneventful day.
A quiet day on the markets thanks to a public holiday in the US and a trickle of quarterly reports.
Jobs figures from the US are surprisingly good, but the economy isn’t in the clear just yet.
Yesterday’s Australian jobs numbers surprised on the downside. Employment rose by only 1100 jobs compared to market expectations of an increase of 10,000.
Jobs numbers out today are expected to be slightly worse than the figures of the previous month.
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