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Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  TUESDAY, 19 MAY 2009
The Australian share market is expected to open higher after US stocks gained on better homebuilder sentiment and positive comments about banks from analysts. Oil and industrial metals also gained overnight, suggesting energy and mining stocks will ...
Vantage point
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 16 APR 2009
Depending on your vantage point, you would find that the global economy is on the mend or the global economy is still wallowing from its debt-inflicted pain. Wall Street sat where everything seems to be turning up roses. The Dow and the S&P 500 rose ...
Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 18 MAR 2009
... or 2.91 per cent, to 3,393.4. NEW YORK - Investors restarted Wall Street's rally on Tuesday, buying financial and homebuilder stocks following a surprisingly upbeat report on home construction. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 178.73 points, or ...
Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 22 JAN 2009
The Australian sharemarket is expected to open higher, after healthy gains in securities on Wall Street, and oil, silver and copper rose in overnight trading. At 0808 AEDT on the Sydney Futures Exchange, the March SPI futures index was 46 points higher ...
Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 NOV 2008
... Tuesday, Toll Brothers Inc posted a sharp drop in revenue and said it was too difficult to predict what the luxury homebuilder's profit would be next year. Investors are also jittery as the nation's automakers try to get a bailout from the government. ...
More worries for US financials
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 19 AUG 2008
... for bankruptcy protection. Investor sentiment was also dampened by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) homebuilder confidence survey that showed US builder confidence remained at a record low of 16 in August. Housing news out of the UK was ...
This Week's Market Movers (14-18 July 2008)
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 14 JUL 2008
Macroeconomic indicators set for release this week are not expected to deviate from the ongoing global theme of slowing growth and higher inflation. Australia Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Governor Glenn Stevens address on the "Challenges for Economic ...
Trouble at Threadneedle Street
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 11 JUL 2008
More signs that US problems have made their way into the UK came overnight. After signaling in recent weeks that it is more likely to follow the European Central Bank (ECB) and tighten monetary policy rather than ease, the Bank of England (BoE) succumbed ...
Global LPT defies credit gloom
MICHAEL HOBBS  |  MONDAY, 22 OCT 2007
... demand for capital in Asian and European markets. "While the sub prime issue has had its greatest impact on the US homebuilder sector, mortgage REITs and collaterised debt obligation (CDO) markets, it had not dampened growth expectations for the world's ...
From rooster to feather duster
SUZY MAC  |  MONDAY, 30 JUL 2007
What a difference a week can make. A little more than a week after the Dow Jones average hit a record high, on Thursday the share market began a backward landslide. Global equity markets took another hit on Friday night on the back of the US sub-prime ...