ASX:AWE

James Gerrish

A positive start to the new trading week although gains were only small relative to the leads from overseas markets on Friday – perhaps traders were focussed on Bitcoin Futures which started trading today and had another massive intra-day range with a low around $15000 and a high of $18,500... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market finished positive after a volatile day with positive global overnight sentiment with Oil bounce. The best performers were Industrials, Metals & Miners and Retail while Banks, Gold and Utilities were the worst performers. NAB and MQG traded ex div today….WBC goes ex div on Thursday. Oil... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market made another unconvincing flat day after US market was aimless and commodities stocks were under pressure globally….last day of the month!!! US reporting season remains positive as expected…financials delivering the best outlook…Under Armour had the first negative quarter in its history. IT, Industrials and Health Care lead the... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market fell on the open before recovering to finish a positive day on the back of the Chinese NPC update despite US Fed chair JY more or less confirming the rate rise cycle. Resources and TLS drove the market higher while Consumer Discretionary and Health Care weighed on the... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Whilst global markets have maintained positive momentum into 2017, valuations look stretched. Markets are going to run into the US reporting season given the US leadership change and the recent rally pricing due to the optimistic outlook. However, US fiscal policy uncertainty, historically low volatility, rising USD, rising yields and... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Global markets are flip flopping with the US market hitting all time highs. US fiscal policy uncertainty, historically low volatility, a rising USD, rising yields and stretched valuations are raising doubts on the recent exuberance in the equity market. Strong commodities along with a robust USD and rising yields suggests... Show More