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Market highlights and updates on Rio Tinto (RIO), Macquarie Group (MQG), Transurban (TCL), National Australia Banks (NAB) and more.
Read more about The Market Last Week, Next Week and Stock Tips (10 Feb 2017)
To break or not to break? That is the question from last week and we now know the answer. We false broke higher in the US markets. However thanks to Fridays price action we once again find ourselves asking the same question.
Read more about US & Australian Stock Market Report 06 Feb 2017
Michael Heffernan, Senior Client Adviser at Phillip Capital joins Sky News | Switzer TV to share his views on Australian Share Market Outlook 2017.
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Australian Share Market Highlights. In case you missed it, January was a month with the lot - Upgrades, downgrades, great results, bad results/acquisitions to mention a few.
We finally made it, crack open the champagne, we have Dow Jones 20,000 under our belt now and the S&P 500 didn’t want to miss out on all the celebrations as it cracked 2300 (intra-day so far). What does this change?
The US markets have had a great run from just before the US election. What will be the catalyst to break them out of this range and more importantly WHEN? Read more on this week's US and Australian Stock Market Report.
Read more about Australian & US Stock Market Report – 23 Jan 2017
It’s been almost a month since the last stock market report and what has changed? Previously we were in the middle of what the media have coined the Trump Bump.
Read more about Stock Market Report – Australian and US market 16 Jan 2017
Last week may have confirmed a top in the US and the Aussie markets. If this is the case then Santa may not make his way to the markets this year. Alternately if last week was not a top then we will continue to rally on into the first week of January 2017 where we then would set up a larger top to start off the New Year.
Last weekend it was the Italian referendum and this week its Italy’s 3rd biggest bank Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena S.p.A which is in big trouble. I have read that the ECB has refused to extend the deadline for them to raise the 5 billion euro which places it in a problematic situation as “it’s Too Big to Fail”. Will this have an impact on European and world markets, as this is only 1 of many banks in a similar situation?
Italy has voted a strong NO to the referendum which now adds to the name of this week which is VOLATILITY. For more on this please find attached this week’s US and Australian Stock Market Report.