The Bull

Friday 30

June, 2017 2:02 AM

Expert Panel

  • Amazon poses a double threat to Australian retailers

    E-commerce giant Amazon has struck a deal to acquire Whole Foods Market, an American supermarket chain with more than 400 stores.

  • Cybercrime is a growing menace

    The worth of the internet is at stake.

  • CommSec Daily Report Friday

    Australian shares are largely treading water at lunch, with gains from mining and healthcare stocks being easily offset by a slump in the financial sector.

  • The Week Ahead

    The financial year is drawing to a close, but there are no ?first tier? indicators to either close out the year or usher in the new financial year.

  • Healthcare leads the job gains

    Employment rose by 133,500 in the three months to May after a gain of 42,300 in the previous three months. It was the biggest quarterly gain in jobs for over two years.

  • CommSec Daily Report Thursday

    Australian shares are lifting for the first time since Monday despite weakness across most markets overnight and oil prices slumping to 10-month lows.

  • MSCI decides to include A-shares

    MSCI announced early this morning the decision to include A-shares into its global indices.

  • CommSec Daily Report Wednesday

    Australian shares have fallen to near two-week lows at lunch, with the ASX 200 down 1.2 per cent and back below 5700pts following a weak lead from global markets and sliding commodity prices.

  • Not enough homes

    The Bureau of Statistics reports that Australian home prices rose by 2.2 per cent in the March quarter to stand 10.2 per cent higher over the year.

  • Sales lift across the board

    Sales rose strongly across the economy in May according to the Commonwealth Bank Business Sales Indicator (BSI).

  • CommSec Daily Report Tuesday

    Australian shares are off to a sluggish start on Tuesday, despiteUS markets hitting record highs overnight. Losses from banks, property and energy stocks are drags.

  • IG Research - The long and the short of it

    The equity bulls are back on the march and it?s a global theme.

  • Investor Signposts: Week Beginning June 19 2017

    There are no 'top shelf' indicators like retail sales or economic growth to be released in Australia over the coming week.

  • Petrol prices to slide

    According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average Australian price of unleaded petrol fell by 2.7 cents to 128.0 cents a litre in the past week.

  • CommSec Daily Report Monday

    Local shares advanced in early trade on Monday continuing the trend of recent days for the ASX 200 which has seen the index rise in 6 of the last 7 sessions.

  • IG Research - The long and the short of it

    I posed the question on Friday on whether we were in for a period of USD outperformance and I continue to feel this could be the case...

  • Long, hard road back for Ten

    With Ten Network in voluntary administration, efforts are under way to restructure the company.

  • The Week Ahead

    There are no ?top shelf? indicators like retail sales or economic growth to be released in Australia over the coming week.

  • CommSec Daily Report Friday

    Australian shares are shrugging off a weak lead from Wall Street to lift by 0.4 per cent at lunch thanks to gains across most sectors and 70 per cent of stocks.

  • IG Research - The long and the short of it

    US equities have held in pretty well considering we have seen a changing dynamic in the financial landscape.


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