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ASX 200 dropped 53 points to close at 7302 (0.7%). Up 55 points for the week. Some caution creeping in before the US jobs data tonight and it has run hard. The BIg Bank Basket fell to $186.74 (1.1%). MQG slid 1.0% and insurers also in the doghouse as bond yields continue to fall. 10-year yields now back to 3.39%. QBE down 0.2%, MPL off 1.7% and mon…
 
Hey, my name is Jon Johnson and I love educating and bringing confidence to buyers, agents, and lenders in the mortgage process with an overall goal to take buyers from renting, to owning a home, to being debt free through a refinance In this episode Gabriela Cernas-Frantz, Shawn Miller, and myself go over mortgage and real estate new and data over…
 
US markets faltered following as manufacturing data showed a contraction in November for the first time since May 2020. The Dow Jones closed down 195 points (-0.56%) after falling as much as 460 points in early trade. The NASDAQ managed to continue yesterday’s run and gained 0.14%, while the S&P 500 was largely unchanged for the session, down just …
 
ASX 200 jumped out of the blocks today finishing up 70 points at 7354 (1.0%). The Powell Punt now live. Resources led the charge selectively, BHP up 2.11% with RIO up 3.3% on Chinese reopening hopes. Gold miners did well as the USD fell away, NCM up 4.3% and NST up 3.0%. Base metals stocks better CHN up 5.7% and IGO up 4.0% with PLS better by 2.2%.…
 
The ASX 200 finished up 31 points (+0.4%) on a better-than-expected monthly CPI indicator number for October. The figure came in at 6.9%, ahead of consensus of 7.4%, and slowing from the 7.3% CPI read in September. Resources were strong, BHP was up 1.6% and RIO rose 1.7%. Lithium stocks also found some strength, with MIN up 4.4%, PLS up 3.8%, and A…
 
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite closed lower for a third straight session Tuesday as traders struggled to recover from sharp losses suffered in the previous session and looked ahead to more economic tea leaves coming later in the week. The Nasdaq Composite shed 0.59% to close at 10,983.78. The S&P 500 lost 0.16%, ending the day at 3,957.63. The Do…
 
ASX 200 rose 24 points to 7253 as iron ore drives the market from negative to positive. Quiet conditions with Chinese stability helping sentiment. Iron ore hit US$100 in Singapore pushing BHP up 2.1%, FMG up 2.2% and RIO up 3.5%. Base metals rose slightly, S32 up 3.0% and MIN doing well up 2.4%. Lithium stocks found some buyers but conviction remai…
 
US Markets were closed overnight for the Thanksgiving Holiday and will close early tonight. SPI Futures are up 12 points (+0.17%), following gains in Europe on the hopes that the US Federal Reserve will begin to slow the pace of its rate rises soon. European markets all finished higher, with the Stoxx 600 +0.46%, FTSE +0.02%, German DAX +0.78%, and…
 
ASX 200 traded quietly in a very narrow range closing up only 10 points to 7242 (0.1%). Banks were a little on the nose today with the Big Bank Basket easing to $187.76 (0.3%) Other financials also eased back with MQG down 0.4% with insurers flat lining. Healthcare was firmer with CSL up 0.4 % after its new $3.5m drug brought upgrades from brokers.…
 
US markets rallied overnight with further evidence suggesting the Fed will soon slow rate rises came to light. The Dow Jones was up 96 points (+0.28%), closing at its highest level since April 21. At worst, it was down 93 points, and at best, it was up 164 points. The NASDAQ rose 0.99%, and the S&P 500 was up 0.59%. In Europe, the Stoxx 600 +0.6%, …
 
ASX 200 rose 51 points to 7232 (0.7%) in disappointing trade really. Early signs of kicking on evaporated and we gave a little back, iron ore in China slipped over 2% but that didn’t hurt BHP up 1.0% and RIO up 0.5%. Base metals held firm with S32 up 2.0%, LYC up 1.8% and MIN doing well up 1.9%. Gold miners rallied despite little movement in bullio…
 
US markets rallied overnight as Fed officials indicated that they will continue to raise rates, but they’re open to slowing the pace of hikes. The Dow Jones rallied throughout the session, finishing up 398 points (+1.18%). At worst it was up 110 points, and at best it was up 415 points. The S&P 500 gained 1.36%, and the NASDAQ climbed 1.36%. In Eur…
 
ASX 200 continued to push higher in quiet trade finishing up 42 points at 7181 (0.6%). Coordinated positivity in banks and resources saw the index close in on the 7200 level. The Big Bank Basket topped $187.10 (0.5) with CBA close to an all time high. NAB in favour too up 0.5% with QBE better by 2.7% on broker upgrades. MQG missed the memo down 0.9…
 
US markets slipped overnight as Chinese COVID concerns, and the expectation for Fed interest rate hikes continued to dominate headlines. The Dow Jones dropped 45 points (-0.13%), closing in the middle of its trading range. At best it was up 119, at worst it was down 187 points. The NASDAQ was down 122 points (-1.09%). The S&P 500 fell 18 points (-0…
 
ASX 200 fell 13 points to 7139 (0.2%) in another quiet day of trade. Once again banks strong, resources weaker. BHP fell 2.3% with RIO off 2.3% as Turquoise Hill becoming an issue with the takeover, FMG dropped 3.8%. Lithium stocks steadied but no huge rally, MIN down 0.2%, PLS up 0.1% with LTR up 3.1% and CXO up 0.4%. Oil and gas stocks slipped on…
 
The Dow Jones was up 199 points (+0.59%). At best it was up 282 points, and at worst it was down six points. The NASDAQ failed to kick into gear, closing a single point higher. The S&P 500 gained 0.48%. Ahead of Thanksgiving week this week (a lot of people go on holiday) it was another narrow session with trading volumes around 20% below the 30-day…
 
ASX 200 closed up 16 points at 7150 (0.2%). Index down 6 points for the week. Another narrow range trading day with banks and resources heading higher in unison. The Big Bank Basket up to $184.60 (0.5%). MQG slipped a little, insurers better led by QBE up 1.9% and IAG up 1.2%. PPT down 2.4% with PDL down 1.6%. Healthcare slightly better, CSL up 0.4…
 
US markets slipped overnight, and bond yields jumped as the hope of a Fed pivot dissipated. The Dow Jones closed down eight points (-0.02%), following a late rally into the close. At worst it was down 314 points, at best it was up 62 points. The S&P 500 slipped 0.31%, and the NASDAQ fell 0.43%. In Europe, Stoxx 50 down 0.1% FTSE down 0.1%, CAC down…
 
A very narrow day of trade today, the ASX 200 finished up 14 points (+0.2%), with a range of only 40 points. Defensive stocks were the best place to be while resources weighed on the market. Iron ore miners struggled, BHP was down 1.5%, RIO was down 1.8%, and FMG fell 1.8%. S32 lost 5.2% on a Macquarie downgrade. Financials were better after some w…
 
The S&P 500 ended the day down 0.83% at 3,958.79, and the Nasdaq Composite shed 1.54% to 11,183.66. The Dow Jones Industrial Average wrestled with the flat line all day, but finished down 39.09 points, or 0.12% at 33,553.83. Federal Reserve governor Chris Waller said he could be open to slowing the pace of rate rises, though he’s waiting for more d…
 
ASX 200 fell back another 19 points to 7122 (0.3%) as momentum is stalling. Poland may be a distraction but banks down as yields fall, the Big Bank Basket down to $182.89 (1.2%). CBA down 1.8% on broker downgrades, MQG losing 0.9%, insurers off too, IAG down 2.3% and QBE off 2.9%. Fund managers slipping away, MFG down 2.2%, PPT down 4.3% and PTM of…
 
US stocks jumped back on the train, pushing higher overnight as PPI data supported the peak inflation story. The Dow Jones finished up 56 points (+0.17%), in the middle of a big trading range and making up for some of the previous session’s losses. At best it was up 450 points and at worst it was down 217 points. The S&P 500 rose 0.87%, and the NAS…
 
ASX 200 fought back to close down only 5 points at 7142 (0.1%). Once again it was the tale of two sectors. Resources on the nose after some good rises, lithium stocks depressed as Goldman Sachs issued another sell note citing oversupply from 2025. CXO, PLS and AKE whacked hard with second liners also in the seller’s sights. Stop losses and profit t…
 
The US rally came to a halt overnight as markets gave back some of the gains from the previous two sessions. The Dow Jones faded into the close, down 211 points (-xx%), closing just off lows. At best it was up 216 points, at worst it was down 214 points. The S&P 500 was down 0.20%, and the NASDAQ slipped 1.12%. The US Dollar index moved higher duri…
 
ASX 200 finished down 12 points to 7146 (0.2%) as Fed official talks tough on rates again. USD rises, gold slips and yields up too. Banks wore the brunt of the selling as the bifurcation in the market kicked off again. The Big Bank Basket fell to $184.48 (-0.8%). Insurers also hurt with IAG down 2.4%, QBE down 4.0% and PPT off 5.8% on court moves. …
 
US markets found some solid ground after a slow start. The Dow Jones finished up a modest 32 points (+0.10%) but most importantly, it didn't give back any of the 1200 point gain the night before. Building foundations. At worst, down 321, at best, up 103. The S&P 500 gained 38 points (+0.95%) in its best week since June. While the NASDAQ rose a furt…
 
ASX 200 finished the week in style up 194 points at 7158 (2.8%) to a five-month high. Up around 3.8% for the week. Everything was up with the exception of the insurers which suffered as rates fell, banks were well sought as the Big Bank Basket hit $185.88 (+1.6%). Fund managers leveraged to the market also doing well, MFG up 9.8%, MQG up 5.6% and P…
 
ASX 200 SPI futures up 190 points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 1,201.43 points, or 3.7%, to 33,715.37. The S&P 500 jumped 5.53% to 3,955.94 in its biggest rally since April 2020. The Nasdaq Composite surged 7.35%, also its best since April 2020. October’s CPI rose 0.4% for the month and 7.7% from a year ago, its lowest annual increase s…
 
ASX 200 falls 35 points to 6964 (0.5%) ahead of US CPI tonight. Banks eased back as NAB saw downgrades post results, falling 2.1%, the Big Bank Basket down to $182.93 (1%). MQG fell 1.0% and insurers slid slightly as bond yields fell to 3.72% in the 10s. Plenty going on with PPT, PDL one up one down. MFG fell another 3.2% as it continues to head lo…
 
The Dow Jones fell into the close, finishing down 647 points (-1.95%), snapping a three-day winning streak to finish near lows. Never trading in positive territory at best, it was down 96, at worst, it was down 682. An unexpected swing in the midterms spooked US markets, with uncertainty creeping back in for investors. The NASDAQ lost 263 points (-…
 
The ASX 200 closed up 40 points (+0.6%) to 6999, adding to yesterday’s 25-point gain. It was gold’s time to shine today, as miners rallied hard with NCM up 6.9%, NST up 6.8% and EVN up 9.3%. Other resources remained in good shape, with BHP up 2.1%, RIO up 2.4% and FMG up 3.0%. The banks evened out. CBA, ANZ, and WBC finished marginally higher, but …
 
Another strong rally in the US as the Dow climbed 335 points (1.02%). At worst, up 4, and at best, up 528. The NASDAQ gained 52 points (+0.49%), and the S&P 500 rose 21 points (+0.56%). It was the third winning session for US stocks ahead of the midterm results. In Europe, Stoxx 50 +0.8%, FTSE +0.1%, CAC +0.4%, DAX +1.2%. SPI Futures are up 34 poin…
 
ASX 200 closed up 25 points to 6959 (0.4%) in very tight trade. Volumes down too. Banks bounced back as WBC ran 2.0% and the Big Bank Basket rose to $184.49 (1.2%). MQG up 0.9% with insurers flat and MFG slightly higher despite Hamish selling down another parcel on a block trade. Industrials slightly higher as staples rallied, EDV, COL, WOW and WES…
 
ASX 200 SPI Futures up 24 points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded higher by 423.78 points, or 1.31%, to 32,827.00. The S&P 500 gained 0.96% to 3,806.80. The Nasdaq Composite rose 0.85% to 10,564.52, after trading between gains and losses earlier in the session. All three major averages notched a second straight positive day. Of the 11 S&P 5…
 
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ASX 200 closed up 41 points at 6934 (+0.6%) in a quiet day as banks fell and resources rose. A solid day for resources which despite no easing in China, managed to do well. Asian markets better too helping. BHP up 5.0%, RIO up 3.8% and FMG rallying 4.9%. Gold miners were back in fashion despite no movement at all in AUD bullion pricing. NCM up 4.2%…
 
Dow Jones up 402 in high volume (+1.26%). Down 62 at worst and up 610 at best. S&P 500 +1.34%. NASDAQ +1.28%. The US markets had a pretty shabby week last week with the Dow Jones down 1.4%, the NASDAQ down 5.6% and the S&P 500 down 4.6%. STOXX 600 index up 1.81% overnight with the UK market up 2% and Germany up 2.5%, France up 2.8%. The Chinese mar…
 
ASX 200 up 35 points to 6893. Up 1.5% for the week. Australia outperformed the US markets this week, helped by a 113-point rise on Tuesday as the RBA went soft yet again with a 25bp rate rise. The RBA upgraded inflation and downgraded GDP forecasts in their Statement on Monetary Policy today. GDP forecast to fall below 2.00% from mid-2023. Bond yie…
 
Dow Jones down 147 points (-0.46%). Not a bad performance considering at one point it was down 421 points. It was up 38 points at best. NASDAQ down 1.73% (ouch) with the S&P 500 down 1.04%. The STOXX 600 index was down 0.93%, Germany down 0.95%. US bond yields rose yet again, quite savagely unfortunately. US 10 year bond yield up 8bp and the two-ye…
 
ASX 200 fell 129 points to 6858. Off lows but caution remains. Losses across the board with the Big Bank Basket down to $186.24 (-1.6%). MQG down 1.4% with insurers holding up as 10-year yields rose to 3.91%. MPL up slightly. Fund mangers in focus as PPT rose 7.1% on a potential bid, PDL dropped 10.7% as its party could be spoilt and MFG just lost …
 
The Fed offered little relief for investors overnight. Despite lifting rates by 75bps as expected, Jerome Powell's hawkish comments following the decision spooked the Dow Jones into a 505-point loss (-1.55%) finishing just off lows. At best it was up 419 points following the rate rise, then dropped over 930 points on Powell's comments. The S&P 500 …
 
ASX 200 rose 10 points to 6987 (0.1%). A cautious day today ahead of Fed meeting outcome. 75bps the forecast, Q&A will be the focal point. A mixed sessions as banks eased, the Big Bank Basket up to $189.19 (0.1%). MQG slipped 1.8% with insurers solid as MPL rose 1.0%. Healthcare slipped a little with CSL down 0.2% after announcing a new deal down. …
 
The Dow Jones fell 80 points (-0.2%) overnight as the market prepares for the Fed Decision tonight. The Nasdaq had the biggest losses, down 97 points (-0.9%), and the S&P 500 fell 16 points (-0.4%). The losses followed some stronger-than-expected economic data, with job openings and construction rising, although the S&P Global manufacturing index f…
 
ASX 200 soared 113 points to 6977 (1.7%) as buyers emerged pre the RBA meeting and kicked a little higher after the central bank raised rates 25bps as widely anticipated. Banks led the charge higher with the Big Bank Basket up to $189.05 (1.2%). MQG pushed another 1.5% higher with insurers also in demand on higher rates. IAG up 1.6% and QBE rallyin…
 
US markets saw a little selling pressure last night with the Dow falling 128 points (-0.4%) at 32732. The S&P 500 fell 0.75% to finish at 3872. Nasdaq though fell harder with the index down 1.03% to 10988. October has been a good month for the market with a near 14% gain in the Dow for its best month since 1976. The S&P and Nasdaq gained about 8% a…
 
ASX 200 pushed another 78 points higher to 6864 (+1.2%) as Tech rebounded. Everything performing well except Resources and Energy. Banks pushed higher again as the Big Bank Basket rose to $186.77 (+1.3%). Insurers positive, AMP up 4.6% and MPL finally moving up 0.7%. Healthcare made steady gains, with CSL up 2.3% and IDX up 6.9%. Industrials were p…
 
Dow Jones up 829 points (2.59%) closing pretty much on its highs. NASDAQ up 2.87% after a 7.6% bounce in Apple and a 4% recovery in Microsoft after results this week. Intel also up 10.7% and Nvidia was up 5.0%. S&P 500 up 2.46%. Caterpillar continued its rally up 3.4% after results last week. It was up 17.5% for the week. Exxon Mobil was up 2.9% on…
 
ASX 200 finished the week down 59 points to 6786 (-0.9%) as resources fell hard on iron ore falls. For the week the index rose 1.6% with Banks better again as the Big Bank Basket rose to $184.42 (0.7%). ANZ recovered from early losses to close up 0.9% on broker commentary. MQG down slightly giving back early gains, Insurers mixed, QBE down 0.4% and…
 
ASX SPI Futures down 26 points to 6813. The Dow climbed 194.17 points, or 0.6%, to end at 32,033.28 for its fifth day of wins driven by results from Caterpillar. The S&P 500 closed down 0.6%, ending the session at 3,807.30. The Nasdaq Composite lost 1.6%, closing at 10,792.68, as a rout in Meta and other tech stocks weighed on the index. After hour…
 
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