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Market wrap

AAP  |  TUESDAY, 17 MAY 2005
... at 3981 on a volume of 1,577 contracts. On the day Macquarie Bank will unveil full year results. Also today treasury Secretary Ken Henry and ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel both make public addresses.

Market wrap

AAP  |  TUESDAY, 26 APR 2005
... Exchange, the June share price index contract was 25 points firmer at 4055 on a volume of 422 contracts. On the day Treasury Secretary Ken Henry speaks in Canberra while Coal and Allied has its annual general meeting and Lihir Gold unveils Q1 product ...

Market Wrap

... senior currency strategist at the Bank of New York, said Greenspan had "effectively endorsed" the view of US Treasury Secretary Snow that the decline in the dollar is not an immediate concern since it has not been disorderly. In addition, Greenspan repeated ...

Afternoon market wrap: Local shares close higher

... after sliding to $US0.7030 overnight as the US dollar returned to strength. In addition to US GDP figures, US Treasury secretary John Snow is due to testify to Congress on international economic and exchange rate policies, and both were expected to determine ...

Midday Market Wrap: Dollar weak waiting for US GDP results

... Horner said the currency looked like remaining relatively quiet ahead of tonight's data and testimony from US Treasury secretary John Snow to Congress. He is expected to testify about the US dollar and its recent downwards path. ANZ senior currency strategist ...

Morning Market Wrap: Soft start

... weaker today after a quiet night where nervous markets awaited United States growth data and a statement from US Treasury Secretary John Snow. At 0700 AEDT the Australian dollar was trading at $US0.7037/42 compared with yesterday's close of 0.7054/59. ...

Strong business investment to peak by mid-2004: Westpac economist

... services and in the manufacturing industry. He was also referring to the statements made by John Snow, the US Treasury Secretary, that the US economy is heading for a boom and how that would impact the Australian economy. He also said that the Australian ...

Morning Market Wrap: US key indices up

... these levels," Mr McKenna said. Offshore traders said the US dollar rose one per cent against the yen after US Treasury Secretary John Snow predicted higher US interest rates. In the news today, the National Australia Bank will release its September ...

Midday Market Wrap: Dollar weaker; market slow

The Australian dollar was weaker to noon pulled sharply off its early highs as the US Treasury Secretary's comments supporting a strong US dollar and suggesting US interest rates should rise streamed through the market. Bond market prices, which opened ...

Morning market wrap: US shares regain lost ground

AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 JUL 2003
... dollar also continued to strengthen against the Japanese yen, in a delayed reaction to earlier comments from US Treasury Secretary John Snow that he was not opposed to Japanese authorities intervening to curb the appreciation of the yen. The dollar rose ...