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A twice daily podcast from the team at Marcus Today, the stock market newsletter for investors, bringing you up to speed with the latest stock market, financial, and business news. Published just before market open and after market close (AEST), Monday to Friday.
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ASX 200 rallies off lows to close down only 40 points at 7932 (0.6%). Broad based losses following US weakness Friday. Banks saw sellers emerge with the Big Bank Basket down to $226.16 (-0.3%). ANZ and NAB the worst hit, MQG lost 0.5% and QBE off 1.1% with financial generally weaker. REITs slipped slightly as bond yields rose. Industrials weaker bu…
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Biden withdraws from US Presidential Race - US Futures opening slightly positive. Wall Street ended the week lower. A global technical outage cause caused by a software glitch resulted in global chaos with grounded flights, and upended markets disrupting businesses around the world. CrowdStrike was behind the massive IT failure. A glitch in their s…
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ASX 200 fell 65 points to 7972 (+0.8%) off its lows in quiet nervous trade. Dow futures slightly higher on the Trump speech. 90 minutes and talking unity. Red across the screens, banks gave back some recent gains, with the Big Bank Basket down to $226.80 (-0.9%). CBA fell 0.8%, and ANZ under pressure on the recent scandal, falling 1.2%, insurers sl…
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 533.06 points, or 1.29%, closing at 40,665.02. The S&P 500 dropped 0.78% to end at 5,544.59. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite lost 0.70%, closing at 17,871.22. All but one of the 11 sectors that comprise the S&P 500 traded lower, while nine out of every 10 Dow members also saw losses. Even the small-cap fo…
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ASX 200 slips 21 points to 8037 (-0.3%) after the jobs number put rate rises (yes, rises) back on the table. Relatively calm markets as US futures rose and chip stocks soured again in Asia. Banks eased back, CBA down 0.6% and the Big Bank Basket slipping to $228.89 (-0.4%). Other financials eased QBE down 0.4% and CGF off 1.6%. REITS sagged, SGP do…
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Nasdaq, S&P 500 end sharply lower, hit by chips, megacaps; Dow extends rally. Trade fears hamper tech stocks, dollar falls amid rate cut talk. ASX to fall, Nasdaq tumbles as semiconductor stocks plunge SPI down 43 points Chip stocks shed over $500 billion in value on China trade fears. Europe's STOXX 600 falls for third straight session as tech dra…
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ASX 200 cruised to another 59-point gain up around 0.7% as once again, banks and industrials took their cue from US records. Slight sell-off on the close. CBA pushed up another 0.8%, with NAB up 1.0% and the Big Bank Basket hitting new record highs of $229.72 (+0.9%). MQG had a better day with the US Investment Houses showing the way and rose 2.5%,…
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US equities rose overnight supported by stronger-than-expected retail sales data which reinforced the view the Fed is approaching its easing cycle. The Dow Jones hit an all-time closing high for a second consecutive session, rising 743 points (+1.85%) its strongest performance since June 2023. The S&P 500 rose 0.64% to 5,667, its 38th record high t…
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ASX 200 slipped 18 points to 7999 (+0.2%) as consolidation around 8000 the go. A big divergence again in banks and resources. RIO production numbers failed to launch, and the stock dropped 2.4%, with BHP under pressure too, down 1.4%. FMG showed a small rise. Lithium stocks remain depressed, and base metal stocks also eased, IGO down 0.7% and S32 o…
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Dow jumped 210.82 points, or 0.53%, to 40,211.72. The S&P 500 added 0.28% to 5,631.22. Both touched new intraday highs in the session, while the former also saw a record close. The Nasdaq Composite rose 0.4% to 18,472.57. ASX SPI Down 4 points. Gold at near two-month peak as Fed rate-cut hopes lend support. Oil prices ease on demand concerns in Chi…
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The ASX 200 pushed another 58 points higher to 8018 (0.7%) in a broad-based rally. Well off the intraday high though on some cooling as we await reactions to Trump and US reports this week. Banks were firm but off highs, CBA up 0.8% and NAB up 0.8% with the Big Bank Basket up to $227.88(0.8%). Other financials doing well too, ASX up another 1.2% wi…
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Wall Street ended the week on a positive note, with gains across all major indices. Fresh economic data reinforced bets that the Fed will cut rates in September, and banks kicked off the start of the US reporting season. The Dow traded higher all session, topping 40,000, narrowly missing a fresh all-time high, up 247 points (+0.62%). Dow up 503 poi…
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ASX 200 hits record high, up 70 points to 7959 (0.9%) as banks once again show a clean pair of heels. CBA pushed to a record, up 1.3% and a higher valuation than BHP!. The Big Bank Basket up to $226.11 (+1.4%). MQG remained stagnant, and insurers slipped back as bond yields fell after US CPI numbers. Other financials did well, ASX up another 1.6% w…
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SPI up 45 points. Dow +0.08% S&P -0.9% Nasdaq -2% Russell 2000 up 3.6%. Just the second day since 1979 when the Russell 2000 rose more than 3% while the S&P 500 declined. CPI better than expected Sept Rate Cut looks locked in now. USD Index falls 0.55% Gold runs 1.8% higher. Iron ore bounces of $105. LME commodities in holiday lull.…
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ASX 200 rallied towards all-time highs, up 73 points to 7890 (0.9%) as rate cuts seem to be back on the agenda. US CPI tonight and some caution creeping in. As usual, the banks led the charge higher with CBA hitting a new high, the Big Bank Basket hitting $223.09 (). Insurers continue to push higher with QBE up 1.1% and SUN up 1.4%. MQG lagging a l…
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Wall Street finished higher overnight, ending near session highs fuelled by gains in heavyweight tech stocks Nvidia leads Nasdaq and S&P 500 to record high closes. Stocks rise with Treasury yields on pause, Powell boosts rate cut hopes. ASX to rally, S&P 500 closes above 5600 points – AFR. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert mark…
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The ASX 200 has finished the day down 13 points (-0.16%) to 7817 in mixed trade which saw a recovery from opening lows. Telecom was the best performer for a second day in a row thanks to TLS rising another 2.4% on positive broker commentary. Industrials rose as a drop in bond yields took TCL 1.1% higher. JHX lost 2% after a broker pushed out the US…
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US equities ended mixed overnight. The S&P 500 and NASDAQ record their fifth and sixth straight record close, up 0.07% and 0.14%. Gains marked the S&P 500’s longest winning streak since January, buoyed by Nvidia +2.5% and Powell’s commentary to Congress. The Dow lost 53 points (-0.13%), paring earlier gains. Up 147 points at best. Down 198 points a…
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The ASX 200 has finished the day up 67 points (+0.86%) to 7830 in a broad rally covering all sectors. Telecom finished on top thanks to Telstra’s 2.2% rise. Phone plan price increases announced from August. REA, CAR, and TPG joining in. Up 2.2%, 0.7% and 1.1%, respectively. Financials were next best as the CBA hit a record high, up 1.8%. WBC, NAB a…
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ASX to rise. SPI Futures up 17 points (+0.22%). The S&P 500 hits its 35th record high this year, up 0.10%. The NASDAQ notched its fifth consecutive record high close, up 0.28%, buoyed by chip stocks. Blue chip Dow Jones edged lower, down 31 points (-0.08%). Up 279 points at best. Down 97 points at worst. Nvidia gained 1.9% after UBS raised its targ…
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The ASX200 has started the week on a negative note. Finishing down 59 points (-0.76%) to 7763 as the Materials and Energy sell-off continued into the close. The big miners were the biggest drag on the index as iron ore dropped 1.2%. High Chinese inventories to blame. BHP, RIO and FMG all down between 2.1% and 2.6%. Most other mining commodity stock…
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The ASX 200 has finished the day down 10 points (-0.12%) to 7822, holding onto most of yesterday’s gains. Healthcare was the best performing sector as CSL, COH and RMD all saw modest gains between 0.3% and 1%. Macquarie said CSL will benefit from a US$105m currency tailwind in FY26. PME managed a late bounce of 1.1% a day after its 5.1% fall. Telec…
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The ASX 200 has finished the day up 92 points (1.2%) to 7832 as resources kicked back to life. After weeks of selling pressure iron ore giants, copper, lithium and gold saw risk-off buying. Iron ore shot to a one-month high taking BHP and RIO up 2.6%. FMG up 3.2%. Lithium stocks bounced of lows. PLS up 2.1%. LRS and LTR left behind. Positive news f…
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US equities closed broadly higher in a shortened trading session ahead of the US holiday. Weak economic data reinforced bets that the Fed will start cutting rates this year sending bond yields lower and stocks higher. The S&P 500 and NASDAQ posted record-high closes for a second consecutive session, up 0.51% and 0.88%, respectively. The Dow Jones e…
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Another good night on Wall Street. The S&P 500 and NASDAQ both closed at record highs. S&P 500 closed above 5,500, up 0.62%, marking its 32nd record this year. The NASDAQ rose 0.84%, supported by gains in Tesla +10.2% after reporting a smaller-than-expected 5% drop in vehicle deliveries in Q2. Blue-chip Dow rose 162 points (+0.41%) in thin volume t…
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The ASX 200 has finished down 33 points (-0.42%) to 7718, RBA meeting minutes passing quietly through the market while revealing a possible August rate hike. Energy was the only sector with significant gains as oil and coal stocks tracked their respective commodities higher. WDS up 3.1%, gaining strength throughout the session. KAR missing out, sol…
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Wall Street kicked off the second half of the year on a positive note, with equities mostly higher in light pre-holiday trading. The Dow gained 51 points (+0.13%). Up 320 points at best. Down 81 points at worst. Big Tech drove the bulk of the gains in the S&P 500 +0.27% and the NASDAQ +0.83%, with megacaps Tesla and Apple leading the way up 6.1% an…
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Wall St finished the week lower on Friday night as the presidential debate prompted new political uncertainty, outweighing easing inflation data. The S&P 500 fell 0.41% after touching a fresh intraday record high of 5.5k. The Dow Jones eased 45 points. The NASDAQ lost 0.71%, while the Russell 2000 found buyers, up 0.46%. For the quarter the NASDAQ …
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The ASX200 has finished the day and financial year up 8 points (+0.1%) to 7768. Losing a 60-point gain from midday as tax loss selling crept in. US presidential debate not impacting our market. Technology was the best performing sector for the third day in a row. Following a small NASDAQ lead compared to a flat overnight performance from the S&P 50…
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ASX to rise. SPI Futures up 26 points (+0.34%). Wall Street edged higher overnight following a choppy trading session amid mixed economic data ahead of tomorrow's PCE reading. The Dow Jones and S&P 500 ended flat, both up 0.09%, while the NASDAQ managed to eke out a small gain of 0.30%. Big night on the economic front, data showed US manufactured g…
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The ASX 200 has finished the day down 23 points (-0.3%) to 7760, staging an impressive 106-point turnaround. The recent CPI induced spike in bond yields triggered an excuse for a morning sell-off. Tech was the best performing sector, supported by a solid lead from the NASDAQ. WTC rallied 4.1% from a morning low (94.41) to finish up 2.5%. RMD up 4.1…
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US equities closed broadly higher overnight following a choppy day of trade. The Dow edged up 16 points (+0.04%). Up 72 points at best. Down 203 points at worst. The S&P 500 rose 0.16% and is on pace to enter the second half of the year with a gain of ~15% YTD. The tech-heavy NASDAQ advanced 0.49%, locking in the gain before big tech got hit too ha…
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ASX 200 tumbled 56 points to 7783 (-0.7%), giving back some of yesterday’s gains following hotter-than-expected inflation data. Inflation rose 4.0% YonY in May, faster than April's 3.6% and above consensus of 3.8%. Aussie dollar jumped 0.6% to 66.86c, hitting a two-week high, and the 10Y yield and 2Y yields jumped 10bp and 18bp. Most sectors are in…
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Another floppy start.. US equities ended mixed overnight. The NASDAQ rallied 1.26%, buoyed by gains in chip stocks and Nvidia, up 6.8% bouncing back from a three-session sell-off. The S&P 500 rose 0.39%, snapping a three-day losing streak, while the Dow tumbled 299 points (-0.76%). Up 12 points at best. Down 414 points at worst. US Treasury yields …
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The ASX200 has finished the day up 105 points (1.36%), bouncing back strongly from yesterday’s sell-off. The Energy sector went from worst to best following the overnight oil price rise and bargain hunters circling in. WDS up 3.7%, its best session of the year and KAR up 2.3%. Real Estate was next as bond yields fell. GMG up 0.9% and SGP up 3%. Com…
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Wall Street ended mixed overnight, losing traction after Nvidia fell 6.7% extending a three-day rout raising speculation that the AI rally powering the bull market is taking a breather. The Dow kicked off the week rallying to a one-month high, though off best levels, up 261 points (+0.67%). Up 421 points at best. The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ fell 0.3…
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The ASX 200 has closed down 62 points (-0.8%) to 7734. The morning sell-off in Energy, Health Care, Consumer Discretionary and Commodities accelerated towards the close. Taking all but one of the major eleven sectors into the red with them. Energy finished worst off, oil, coal and uranium stocks down. WDS -2%, WHC -3.3% and BOE down 5.3%. PDN remai…
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The ASX200 has finished the day up 27 points (0.34%) and up 72 points for the week. Utilities and Energy were the best two performing sectors on the back of last night’s oil price rise. WDS up 1% and KAR up 3.6% on a broker upgrade. Utility stocks ORG and MCY saw big gains on a double hit of rising oil price and news of European sanctions on Russia…
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Wall Street ended mostly mixed overnight. The Dow Jones outperformed, advancing 300 points (+0.77%). Up 398 points at best. Down 56 points at worst. The S&P 500 briefly topped 5,500 points for the first time ever. A year-end target multiple brokers have forecasted before losing traction, falling 0.25%. The NASDAQ fell 0.79%, snapping a seven-sessio…
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The ASX 200 has finished flat to 7769, slightly better than futures were suggesting. A quiet session that lacked direction, following a similarly quiet night in Europe while US markets were closed. Tech and Health Care the only sectors with significant moves. Health Care worst off after a 4.8% drop in COH (no new news). CSL and RMD fell in sympathy…
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US markets closed overnight for Juneteenth National Independence Day. Australian shares to fall at the opening bell, with SPI Futures down 21 points. European equity markets closed firmly lower, weighed down by losses in real estate and technology stocks, while UK miners found buyers as the market digested inflation data. The STOXX 50 fell 0.61%, a…
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The Australian market has finished the day down 8 points (-0.11%) to 7770. Energy was the standout performer on the back of another strong gain in the oil price (WTI was up 1.7% overnight). WDS and STO up 1.3% and 1.1%. BPT in contrast was hit hard, down 4.3% on multiple broker downgrades after the company announced low er production and higher CAP…
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Wall Street ended higher overnight following softer-than-expected US retail sales data. The S&P 500 recorded its 31st record high of the year, gaining 0.25%. Boosted by Nvidia up 3.5%, surpassing Microsoft (-0.5%) to become the world's most valuable company. Market cap of $3.335T. The NASDAQ was near flat, while the Dow advanced 57 points (+0.15). …
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The ASX 200 has finished the day up 78 points (1%) to 7778, closing near the high. The RBA’s decision to hold rates passing unnoticed by the market. Bond yields did respond, the AU2Y rising 5bp on the announcement and subsequent Michele Bullock press conference. The Utilities sector was the star performer thanks to a 3.5% rise in ORG. Banks were ne…
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US equities kicked off the week on a positive note. The S&P 500 rose 0.77%, hitting its 30th record high this year. The NASDAQ advanced 0.95%, marking its sixth consecutive record high, buoyed by gains in large tech stocks. The Dow Jones gained 189 points (+0.49%), ending just off best levels. Up 251 points at best. Down 157 points at worst. Philad…
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