Potentially another slow start as Global equities slip again

Tuesday saw Wall Street slide yet again as the Dow, S&P500 and the NASDAQ fell by 0.5, 0.6 and 0.4 respectively. However it is worth mentioning that the Dow Jones climbed back from a 549 point slu...

Further Falls Expected Following Mixed Leads Abroad

Our ASX index is expected to slip slightly at the open with SPI futures down 12 points (8:15am AEDT). This is mainly due to another slow session on Wall Street overnight as most of the major indic...

Cautious Start to the Week after Mixed Leads Overseas

Last week saw another relatively volatile trading week for most global equity markets. U.S markets experienced mixed results to finish off the week with the DJIA gaining 0.3%, S&P 500 ending flat ...

SPI Futures Indicating Large Declines following Further US Volatility

The ASX is poised for a drop today with ASX futures down 51 points at 8am AEDT – this follows suit as the US benchmarks ended the trading session at least 1% lower at the close with the tech heavy...

Further Volatility with SPI Futures Pointing to Soft Opening

US equities drifted downwards in another volatile session on Wednesday. The DJIA closed 0.4 per cent lower, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were each down by less than 0.1 per cent. The major indexes...

ASX Futures Up Following Strong Leads Abroad

A wide-ranging rally on Tuesday saw US stocks surge to eliminate some of their recent losses, as volatility in the major indexes continues. The DJIA, S&P 500, and Nasdaq, were all up by more than ...

Flat Opening Following Mixed Leads Abroad

US stocks extended their losses on Monday following a week that saw the S&P 500 drop 4%, the biggest weekly decline since March. The Dow Jones slipped to 25251 points, down 0.4%. The S&P 500 fell ...

SPI Futures Lower Despite Positive Overseas Leads

The trading week ended in the green giving investors some welcomed signs of relief as the NASDAQ ended 167 points higher at 2.29%. With the DOW and S&P500 over 1% higher respectively . Unfortunate...

Correction Looming as US Indices Continue Their Falls

The market continues its sell-off as last night’s trading session began with a tug of war, eventually ending in the red with the Dow down 2.13%, S&P500 down 2.06% and NASDAQ down 1.25%. The ASX is...

Markets Freefall on Interest Rate and Trade Concerns

Last night’s trading session ended with fairly broad-based losses across the board with tech companies Amazon and Microsoft down 6.2 per cent and 5.4 per cent respectively and the likes of Boeing,...
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