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ASX finishes Friday higher, dips 0.8% for the week

Another winning day despite Sydney lockdown, Boral offer increased, US infrastructure boosts commodities The ASX 200 (ASX: XJO) delivered another strong day, finishing 0.5% as it followed a strong US lead. This time it was news of President Biden receiving approval for his infrastructure package, which pushed the materials sector 1% higher. Every sector barring consumer staples (-0.8%) and…

Investor Strategy News | 27th Jun 2021 | More
ASX brushes aside COVID worries to hit new high

ASX trades off high, retail sales higher, Wesfarmers flags tough comparables   The ASX 200 (ASX: XJO) finished at an all-time high, adding 0.6% on Thursday as the energy sector continued to rally. The energy sector was 3.3% higher along with utilities, up 2% again, whilst consumer discretionary was the only detractor, falling 1.1%. Worley Ltd (ASX: WOR), which…

Investor Strategy News | 3rd Jun 2021 | More
ASX rallies after two-session slide

AGL CEO had enough, Brambles keeps shipping, markets break losing streak  The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) broke a two-day losing streak, shooting 0.8% higher as business conditions and investment intentions hit their highest level in 27 years. The energy and IT sectors were the main laggards, with energy falling 0.6% as India reported the highest number of new cases…

Investor Strategy News | 23rd Apr 2021 | More
  • ASX claws back losses to finish down 0.3%

    ASX pares losses, defensives in favour again, Nuix downgrades again  The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) trimmed losses to just 0.3% despite falling as low as 1.6% during the session. The selling pressure was driven primarily by the energy and property sectors as concerns about spiking global COVID-19 cases impacted confidence. The recently listed Nuix Ltd (ASX:NXL), a big data and analytics…

    The Inside Network | 22nd Apr 2021 | More