MID MORNING MARKETS 9-10-18

The ASX200 is down another 62 points at mid-day trading, with losses in most sectors. IT follows the US down, CSL -3%. Banks “relative” outperformers…Lots of red…. $A stable at US70.80c. #ausbiz COMPANY NEWS Commonwealth Bank (CBA) – Further actions to improve outcomes for wealth management customers including the rebating of grandfathered commissions for Commonwealth… Continue reading MID MORNING MARKETS 9-10-18

MID MORNING MARKETS 05-10-18

The ASX200 is down 5 points in mid-morning trade. Energy ↓ on oil slump, IT, H’care and Materials ↓. Gold the best, Staples and banks ok. WES halted on Coles demerger, BPT guidance. Retail sales today, US jobs tonight #ausbiz TODAY Ex-dividend – Clime Capital (CAM) 1.3c, Concentrated Leaders Fund (CLF) 1.3c, HT&E (HT1) 72c… Continue reading MID MORNING MARKETS 05-10-18

MID MORNING MARKETS 25-09-18

The ASX200 is flat in mid-morning trade with few major drivers. Energy leads again, IT and consumer stocks lower. Banks ↓. Little corporate or economic news. Post results, school holidays chill #ausbiz  TODAY Ex-dividend – Blackwall Property Trust (BWR) 5.0c, Generation Development Group (GDG) 1.0c, WPP AUNZ (WPP) 2.3c BoJ Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes Japanese… Continue reading MID MORNING MARKETS 25-09-18

MID MORNING MARKETS 10-09-18

The ASX200 is down 9 points in mid-morning trade after strong US data and more trade tactics. IT and H’care bounce but most sectors ↓. BGA cap raising. Chinese CPI and PPI later today. RC #6 focus on insurance. #ausbiz TODAY Royal Commission – Another round gets underway today, this time into the insurance sector.… Continue reading MID MORNING MARKETS 10-09-18

MID MORNING MARKETS 27-08-18

The ASX200 is up 5 points in mid-morning trade, with the focus on Powell comments and impact of USD and commodity prices. Materials and Telcos up, Banks, staples and industrials down. ADH, GEM and RWC key results. PRY 5.5c, CCL 21c key ex-divs #ausbiz TODAY Ex-dividend – Aurizon Holdings (AZJ) 13.1c, GWA Group (GWA) 9.5c,… Continue reading MID MORNING MARKETS 27-08-18