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CommSec Market Update is the podcast that will help you to stay ahead of the trends with daily expert commentary as the market opens and closes. Whether you are invested in the stock market, or just looking to get started, join the team from Australia’s leading online broker and follow the changes as they happen. The content in this podcast is prepared, approved and distributed in Australia by Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFSL 238814. The information does not take into ...
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Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss the week ahead in Aussie and Global markets. Wall Street moderates as investors brace for a wave of earnings figures. Tesla reports disappointing earnings in after hours trade while Alphabet beats earnings expectations but falls short on YouTube ad revenue. United Parcel Service has had its worst day on record. Mea…
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The ASX had a comeback today, recovering losses from the previous day despite energy sector drags. Woodside Energy's shares plummeted by 3.7%, hitting a one-month low after a disappointing quarterly update and recent acquisition concerns. The overall market sentiment was boosted by positive cues from Wall Street, with tech and health care stocks se…
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Wall Street recovers after a volatile week, with the Dow Jones, NASDAQ, and S&P 500 all showing gains. Investors have regained composure following Joe Biden’s exit from the presidential race while earnings reports from tech giants Alphabet and Tesla are eagerly anticipated. Confidence has also returned to European stocks after a technology meltdown…
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Join Steve and Laura as they discuss the ASX extending its losing streak for a third consecutive session, currently down 0.6% and dipping below the 8,000 point mark. Contributing factors to the downturn include US-China trade tensions, a global tech outage, and Joe Biden's decision to quit the presidential race. South32's shares plummeted to a thre…
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Investors are cautious following President Joe Biden's withdrawal from the presidential race. The US dollar is strengthening as investors anticipate interest rate cuts. Technology stocks have plummeted due to the global cyber outage, while safe-haven assets are in focus amidst US political uncertainty. In other news, oil prices have dropped to thei…
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The share market is on track to post the worst session it has seen in 6 weeks. Laura and Stevie reflect on this performance unpacking why it might not be all doom and gloom given that the market has seen continuing record highs. They look at the international market moves that have impacted us locally, and the performance of the sectors where the m…
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Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss the week ahead in Aussie and Global markets. Wall Street experiences significant selling pressures overnight, leading to a decline in US stocks with both the NASDAQ and S&P 500 finishing lower. Meanwhile, Netflix beats analyst estimates as memberships rise while Dominos has its worst day since 2008. In Europe, stoc…
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The market has seen a slight slide today on a day that Laura says ‘could have been much worse’. She is joined by Stevie to unpack how the tech sector influenced that decline, the jobs data which did result in a slight dip this afternoon, and what to watch as the month progresses. They look at the performance of each the sectors which have almost al…
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Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss the week ahead in Aussie and Global markets. Chip makers experienced their worst day since March 2020 amid escalating US-China tensions following comments from Donald Trump. European markets were also impacted by declines in technology stocks, while the Dow Jones continued its rally to reach new record highs. Meanw…
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The ASX surged today, achieving its third record high in four sessions, driven by optimism over a potential interest rate cut in the US. Financials outperformed, hitting fresh highs, and Gold stocks shone, with notable gains for Evolution Mining and Northern Star. In corporate news, Drone Shield and Zip faced challenges, while Core Lithium and one …
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Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss the week ahead in Aussie and Global markets. The US saw small caps surge on rate cut bets and investors focus on investors bank revival. Meanwhile, a resource slump weighs on European stocks. The ASX is set to rise as gold hits a record high, with Aussie shares expected to rise ahead of BP releasing their quarterly…
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The market has taken a breather after the historic heights of yesterday where it cracked 8000 points. Laura and Stevie reflect on this recent performance also discussing the highs that have been seen in the US this year. The materials sector has been dragging on the market today with property stocks seeing gains. As a result, they unpack the mixed …
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Wall Street ends higher as investors firm bets on Trump win. European luxury names slump on a weak outlook, while Apple shares hit a record on an optimistic outlook. Meanwhile, the ASX 200 is set to slip ahead of Rio Tinto results, and Aussie miners are under pressure from weak Chinese growth. The content in this podcast is prepared, approved and d…
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It was another market milestone today with a record high that puts the market up 80% on the lows that we saw during the peak of the pandemic. Laura and Stevie unpack the inflation data that is keeping hopes alive for a US rate cut, look at how local economic data fared amid expectations, and the performance of each of the sectors all of which are i…
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The ASX200 is set to hit 8,000 for the first time ever while mining stocks are in focus ahead of Rio Tinto’s production numbers. Wall Street hits new record highs despite US Banks retreat after mixed earnings. Meanwhile, Chinese authorities gather to discuss key economic outcomes and Tom and Ryan discuss how recent events involving Trump will impac…
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The ASX soared to record highs today, buoyed by easing inflation in the US and speculation of potential interest rate cuts. This marks the first time since April that the ASX has reached such heights, closing up 0.8%. Among the notable developments, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) surpassed BHP to become the largest company on the Australi…
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US stocks experienced an unexpected downturn despite better inflation figures. Technology stocks led the decline on Wall Street, while airlines slumped due to disappointing earnings. In contrast, luxury stocks gained in European trade. Commodity prices rose on a weaker US dollar, the Aussie dollar surged overnight, and futures point to solid gains …
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