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|... to cut rates." With the Reserve Bank's rate decision due next Tuesday, gains are primarily rising in the yield plays, Mr Shamu said. "These are the banks, the likes of Telstra - all the stocks that pay good dividends are being rewarded by investors," ...|
|... impact on the US share market. "I think everyone is looking ahead to the Fed and the chances of rates lift-off this year," Mr Shamu said. "And I think investors are being cautious in the lead up to that," he said. Mr Shamu said mining and energy stocks ...|
|... The cash rate currently sits at 2.5% but markets are pricing in a 65% chance of a quarter of a percentage point cut. Mr Shamu said both the S&P/ASX200 and All Ordinaries were trading close to their one-year highs, meaning moves during the session could ...|
|... started to fall short. It's now clear that signs of global growth weakening are weighing upon some of these earnings now," Mr Shamu said. He said the major banks had enjoyed a solid run upwards and some investors now appeared to be taking profits. On ...|
|... trade was that commodities pulled back again, so some of the resource names are giving back the gains from yesterday," Mr Shamu said. Mr Shamu said volumes also generally started to slow at this time of year. "Overall, we just really need a catalyst ...|
|... today, with good gains in the materials space and a bit of a pickup in the banks," IG market strategist Stan Shamu said. Mr Shamu said trading ahead of the release of official monthly jobs figures might be cautious, with the market looking for something ...|
|... "Geopolitical risk is coming back to the fore, I think that's where focus has been switching towards over the last 24 hours," Mr Shamu said. "But fortunately for Australia, we haven't really taken to much of a negative turn from the geopolitical risk ...|
|... good place. "A lot of investors are continuing to bet on further stimulus from the ECB and the BOJ (Bank of Japan)," Mr Shamu said. "Overall, it seems the global economy are hoping for some cheap funds from central banks to keep things going." Telstra ...|
|... was trickling into the local market. "Investors feel that now is a good time to continue taking money off the table," Mr Shamu said. "Perhaps once we start seeing some lower levels for equities, maybe, this might tempt investors to get back into the ...|
|... through 12 out of 15 positive sessions at such levels, there tends to be the need for a catalyst to push us higher," Mr Shamu said on Thursday. "Perhaps, when we get more markets opening in the region, particularly around China, then possibly we'll get ...|
BNP Paribas Asset Management promoted from within to fill the role of head of wholesale distribution for Australia and New Zealand.
One billion people will own some form of cryptocurrency by the end of 2022, new research suggests.
ASIC is proposing to overhaul the naming conventions of exchange-traded products so that the names are "true to label".
GPT Group (GPT) has announced today changes to its leadership team and adjustments to its organisational structure.
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