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US equity and bond markets were CLOSED overnight AEST in observance of Juneteenth National Independence Day.In US economic data, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Housing Market Index for June. A preliminary reading of Building Permits for May, the Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index for June, and the latest weekly jobless claims fi…
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq booked fresh record closing highs ahead of the Juneteenth public holiday. The Dow edged +57 points or +0.15% higher. Goldman Sachs Group Inc (up +1.61%), Verizon Communications Inc (+1.57%), Home Depot Inc (+1.25%) and JPMorgan Chase & Co (+1.04%) all rising over >1%. Boeing Co lost -1.91% as outgoing CEO David Calhoun called…
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US equity markets rallied, buoyed by fresh gains for the technology sector - Dow rose +189-points or +0.49% to snap a four session losing streak, with Apple Inc (up +1.97%) the leading performer in the 30-stock index after scrapping its “buy now, pay later” service, which it launched in the US only last year. The tech giant says it is pivoting to a…
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US equity markets settled mixed on Friday (14 June) to close out a big week of inflation updates and Federal Reserve interest rate forecasts, with the technology sector powering to fresh records - Dow fell for a fourth straight session, easing -58-points or -0.15%. Caterpillar Inc (down -1.50%) and Dow Inc (-1.86%) both fell 1.5%+ to be the worst p…
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US equity markets logged modest gains, with fresh gains for technology stocks lifting the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to their fourth consecutive record close - Dow eased -65-points or -0.17%, with Salesforce Inc (down -2.87%) and Amazon.com Inc (-1.64%) the worst performers in the 30-stock index. Boeing Co fell -1.08% said it has found improperly torqued f…
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted record closing highs for a third straight session, buoyed by a softer-than-expected consumer inflation reading for May and signs that Federal Reserve officials could start to cut interest rates this year - Dow slipped -35-points or -0.09%. Apple Inc gained +2.86%, logging a record closing high (US$213.07) for a second …
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq shrugged off earlier session declines to log fresh record intra-day and closing highs ahead of a double feature of market-moving economic events tonight AEST – namely, inflation figures and the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy pronouncements - Dow eased -121-points or -0.31%, with American Express Co (down -3.4%) the …
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US equity markets ticked higher, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq logging fresh record closing highs ahead of US inflation figures and the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy decision later in the week - Dow added +69-points or +0.18%. Walmart Inc gained +1.64%, buoyed by an upgrade from analysts at Bank of America, who cited the potential benefits…
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US equity markets settled little changed ahead of the release of the key non-farm payrolls figures tonight AEST - Dow added +79-points or +0.20%, with Amazon.com Inc (up +2.05%) and Salesforce Inc (+2.63%) rising over >2%. The broader S&P500 dipped -0.02%, with Utilities (1.03%), Industrials (-0.60%) and Information Technology (-0.47%) settling in …
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US equity markets rallied, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting fresh record highs after several pieces of economic data pointed to a slowing U.S. economy, raising hopes for interest rate cuts later this year - Dow added +96-points or +0.25%. Intel Corp rose +2.50% after announcing after the close of the previous session that it would sell a 49% sta…
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Stephen Young, Executive Director and Managing Director of Tasmea (ASX:TEA) recently spoke at the May 2024 Morgans Business Breakfast. TEA is a skilled services group consisting of eighteen wholly integrated subsidiaries. Tasmea provide essential maintenance, engineering, specialised project services and solutions across the following service strea…
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US equity markets edged higher after fresh job openings data suggested the labour market continued to cool in April - Dow gained +140-points or +0.36%. Cisco Systems Inc rose +1.65% after it launched a US$1B fund to invest in artificial intelligence (AI) startups. Intel Corp fell -0.86% slipped 0.9% after unveiling its next-generation Xeon 6 AI dat…
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US equity markets edged higher in choppy trading following some soft manufacturing data and with traders eying the non-farm payrolls report at the end of the week - Dow fell -115-points or -0.30%. Chevron Corp dropped -2.98%, tracking crude prices lower. Heavy industry stalwarts Dow Inc (down -2.71%) and Caterpillar Inc (-2.12%) retreated following…
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US equity markets advanced to cap another strong month - Dow rallied +575-points or +1.51%. Salesforce Inc rebounded +7.54% after slumping almost 20% a day earlier after the cloud client relationship management software group provided weaker-than-expected fiscal second quarter and full year guidance. Consumer brands that have been struggling with s…
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US equity markets - Dow fell -330-points or 0.86%. Salesforce Inc slumped over >19.74% in extended trading after the cloud client relationship management software group provided weaker-than-expected fiscal second quarter and full year guidance after the close of the previous session. Technology giants Microsoft Corp (down -3.38%) and Amazon.com Inc…
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US equity markets retreated, led lower by declines in rate-sensitive sectors as concerns around the timing and the scale of the Federal Reserve's interest rate cuts pushed Treasury yields higher and pressured risk assets - Dow dropped -411-points or -1.06%. Unitedhealth Group Inc dropped -3.76% after Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Andrew Witty said …
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US equity markets resumed trading on a mixed note following the Memorial Day long weekend, although Nvidia Corp continued to power ahead and push the Nasdaq to fresh record highs - Dow fell -217-points or -0.55%, paring an earlier decline of over >300-points. Healthcare names led the 30-stock index lower, with Merck & Co down -2.63%, Amgen Inc -1.8…
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US equity markets and bond markets were CLOSED overnight for Memorial Day. In US economic data, the S&P Core Logic Case-Shiller Home Price for March, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) House Price Index for March, the Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence survey for May, and the Dallas Fed Manufacturing Index for May are released tonight AE…
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US equity markets advanced ahead of the Memorial Day long weekend, with the Nvidia Corp (up 2.57%) lifting technology-centric Nasdaq to a fresh record peak - Dow inched +4-points or +0.01% higher, with Intel Corp (up +2.13%) and Apple Inc (+1.66%) the leading performers. Salesforce Inc fell -2.25% after enterprise software peer Workday Inc (down -1…
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US equity markets retreated, reversing earlier gains as the latest ‘flash’ purchasing managers indices (PMIs) fuelled fresh interest rate concerns and overshadowed a renewed rally for chipmaking giant Nvidia Corp - Dow dropped -606-points or -1.53%, marking the largest daily percentage decline since 22 March and with all of the 30-stock index’s com…
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US equity markets ticked higher as investors digested results from retailers and eyed the released of semi-conductor giant Nvidia Corp’s (up +0.64%) first quarter result after the closing bell tonight AEST - Dow edged +66-points or +0.17% higher. International Business Machines (IBM) Corp rose +2.09%after it said it was expanding several artificial…
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US equity markets mostly firmer to open the week, with technology stocks underpinning the gains - Dow fell -197-points or -0.49%. JPMorgan Chase & Co dropped -4.50% after Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jamie Dimon hinted during the bank’s annual investment meeting that he was preparing to retire after nearly 20 years at the helm of America's largest…
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US equity markets settled with modest gains on Friday (17 May), with the Dow closing above the 40,000 mark for the first time - Dow rallied +134-points or +0.34% to 40,003.59 a day after briefly topping the 40,000 mark for the first time in its 128-year history. It has taken 874 trading days for the 30-stock index to climb from 30,000 (which it ste…
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US equity markets settled with modest declines a day after all three (3) benchmark indices logged record closing highs - Dow slipped -39-points or -0.10% to 39,869.38, briefly topping >40,000 for the time earlier in the session.American Express Co (-0.16%) and Amazon.com Inc (-1.27%) are the two top performing Dow stocks so far this year, up +28.81…
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All three (3) benchmark US equity indices rallied to record highs, with investor sentiment buoyed by the first cooler-than-expected consumer inflation print in four months accompanied by softer retail sales in April - Dow climbed +350-points or +0.88% to 39,908.00, settling with its 18th record close of 2024. Salesforce Inc (up +3.88%) was the lead…
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US equity markets advanced, shrugging off stronger-than-expected wholesale inflation data and with investors’ focus now turning to the latest consumer price inflation figures tonight AEST - Dow rose +127-points or +0.32%. Boeing Co rose +1.30% despite delivering fewer jets in April amid quality problems that forced a slowdown in production. The com…
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US equity markets mixed following a session absent any major news or data, and with investors eyeing the latest round of inflation figures - Dow eased -81-points or -0.21%, snapping an eight session winning streak. Intel Corp rose +2.21% after The Wall Street Journal reported that the company is in talks with Apollo Global Management about providin…
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US equity markets advanced although investor sentiment was kept in check after consumer sentiment data (including inflation expectations) deteriorated and ahead of inflation data later this week - Dow rose +125-points or +0.32%, booking an eighth consecutive session advance and best weekly performance of 2024 to date. Goldman Sachs Group Inc settle…
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US equity markets advanced as the latest weekly jobless claims figures fuelled fresh optimism around Federal Reserve interest rate cuts - Dow rallied +331-points or +0.85% to 39,387.76 to book its seventh consecutive session advance and highest close since 1 April. The 30-stock index also settled within 1.1% of its 28 March record closing high (39,…
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US equity markets were mixed following a subdued session - Dow sealed its sixth consecutive session advance, rising +172-points or +0.44% to 39,056.39 to book its longest winning streak since the period that ended on 19 December (when the index rose for nine straight trading days). It also marked the first time that the 30-stock index closed above …
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Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox says that for the RBA to get inflation down to 2.5%, unemployment must rise above 4.5% in Australia.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our latest articles: https://morgans.com.au/insightsOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans…
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US equity markets settled with modest gains overnight - Dow edged +32-points or +0.08%, recording its fifth consecutive session gain and longest winning streak since 19 December last year (that has lifted the 30-stock index +2.8%). Apple Inc (up +0.38%) hosted a product launch event overnight called ‘Let Loose’, unveiling an iPad Pro powered by its…
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US equity markets advanced, building on last Friday’s (3 May) strong gains - Dow extended gains into a fourth straight session, up +177 points or +0.46%. Walt Disney Co (up +2.47%) was the leading performer in the 30-stock index ahead of the release of its fiscal second quarter result tonight AEST.Di Morgans Financial
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Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox says that though the FED are easing quantitative tightening, US consumer demand is still too healthy to allow rate cuts.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgan…
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US equity markets rallied on Friday (3 May) after the latest jobs data printed weaker-than-expected for the first time in four months, with all three benchmark indices rising over >1% on the same day for the first time since 22 February - Dow rallied +450-points or +1.18%. Apple Inc gained +5.98%, with the iPhone maker logging its best single sessi…
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US equity markets retreated overnight, reversing earlier gains as investors digested the latest monetary policy announcements from the Federal Reserve - Dow added +87-points or +0.2%, unwinding an earlier rally of over >500-points. Amazon.com Inc climbed +2.17% after reporting better-than-expected first-quarter earnings after the close of the previ…
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Our Model of US GDP says steady growth just below trend. Just where the Fed needs it to keep US Inflation falling.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansA…
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A slowing economy and rising unemployment pushes down interest rates.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
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US equity markets retreated, extending losses in the final hour of trading as wage growth data dealt another blow to the Federal Reserve in its fight against inflation ahead of the central bank concluding its two-day monetary policy meeting tomorrow morning AEST - Dow fell -570-points or -1.49%, the largest one-day percentage decline for the 30-sto…
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US equity markets advanced, building on last week’s rally ahead of the busiest week on the US first quarter earnings calendar and employment data and the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy meeting - Dow added +146-points or +0.38%. Boeing Co rose +3.75% amid reports it had tapped the bond market to raise US$10B after last week reporting it bu…
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US equity markets rallied on Friday (26 April), shrugging off fresh evidence of sticky inflation as investors cheered strong earnings from technology majors - Dow rose+153-points or +0.4%. Amazon.com Inc (up +3.43%) was the leading performer in the 30-stock index, buoyed by strong first quarter results from artificial intelligence (AI) hyperscaler …
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US equity markets retreated, paring earlier steeper losses as investors digested the latest economic growth data and another swathe of major corporate earnings releases - Dow fell -375-points or 0.98% (after slipping -43-points or 0.11% on Wednesday (24 April)). International Business Machines (IBM) Corp shed -8.25% after the hardware, software and…
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US equity markets rallied as investors poured over another busy corporate earnings calendar - Dow extended gains into a fourth consecutive session, rising +264-points or +0.69% to book its longest winning streak since 21 March. Verizon Communications Inc rebounded +2.85% after dropping -4.67% a day earlier following the release of the telecommunica…
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US equity markets rebounded to open a busy week headlined by a host of major corporate earnings releases, and gross domestic product (GDP) growth and inflation data - Dow gained +254-points or +0.67%, extending its advance into a third consecutive session. Goldman Sachs Group Inc (up +3.3%) was the leading performer in the 30-stock index, with just…
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell for a fifth straight session as a slew of earnings reports lifted pockets of the market, including insurers and airlines, while technology stocks underperformed - Dow edged +22-points or +0.06% higher, with UnitedHealth Group (up +2.96%) the leading performer in the 30-stock index for a third straight session, getting a …
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Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox gives an update on the Fed Funds and the RBA Cash Rate. Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
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US equity markets retreated, with both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq notching their first four-day losing streaks since January and hitting 2-month lows - Dow eased -46-points or -0.12%, unwinding an earlier rally of +238-points and logging its seventh negative session in the past eight. UnitedHealth Group Inc rose +2.15%, leading the gainers list for the…
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