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|... companies across industry sectors such as technology, telecommunications and retail, and includes household names such as Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook. Managing director of BetaShares, Alex Vynokur, said the launch of NDQ is expected to tap into ...|
|... 102.29 points, to end at 27,693.54. US investors pushed the Dow and S&P 500 to new records on Monday, thanks to a rally in Apple and multi billion-dollar acquisitions in the pharma and apparel sectors. The Dow rose 0.14 per cent and the S&P 500 added ...|
|... indexes have closed at fresh highs, following acquisitions in the pharmaceutical and apparel sectors and a rise in Dow member Apple. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 26.32 points (0.14 per cent) to 18,298.88, besting the prior market set on March ...|
|... futures contract was up 39 points at 5,726. The S&P 500 in the US rose to a fresh record close, led by strong gains in Apple, Facebook and other technology stocks. Locally on Friday, the Australian Bureau of Statistics will release lending finance figures ...|
|... federal funds rate this year. The equity gains were broad-based, with all 30 members of the Dow finishing in the green. Apple rose 1.8 per cent, Boeing advanced 2.8 per cent and Goldman Sachs added 1.6 per cent. LONDON - London's stock market have rallied ...|
|... 30-stock Dow ending lower. However, many technology companies fell a bit harder than companies in other sectors. Dow members Apple and Intel fell 2.3 per cent and 2.4 per cent, respectively, while Google dropped 1.9 per cent and Gilead Sciences shed ...|
|... it was slightly down, one cent or 0.21 per cent, to $4.82. US stocks rose sharply on Friday, ending a two-day slide with Apple leading a rally in tech stocks. The tech-rich Nasdaq jumped 1.29 per cent, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.03 per cent ...|
|... Ordinaries index was down 33.3 points, or 0.56 per cent, at 5,921.5. NEW YORK - US stocks have finished mostly higher but Apple's selloff left the Nasdaq in the red and NYSE-traded Twitter's unintentional early earnings release held back overall gains. ...|
|The Australian market looks set to open flat after Wall Street fell as investors awaited Apple earnings results and a Federal Reserve policy meeting. At 0816 AEST on Tuesday, the June share price index futures contract was up nine points at 5,981. In ...|
|... 75.6 points, or 1.29 per cent, at 5,793. NEW YORK - Wall Street stocks have notched solid gains following the launch of Apple's smartwatch and a General Motors announcement of $US5 billion ($A6.4 billion) in share buybacks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ...|
A Sydney boutique under Grant Samuel Funds Management's banner has closed its $28 million fund that invested in VIX and S&P 500 options.
ING's Living Super offering is putting the lid on its balanced option after feedback from members that it's too similar to the growth option, and will add two more defensive options.
The Financial Planning Association of Australia has unveiled its five-year plan, which includes redundancies.
JP Morgan Asset Management's trading and analytics platform is set to be powered by the automation capabilities of Calastone, after the two firms formed a partnership.
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