ASX:CGC

COSTA GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITED

Daily Report
James Gerrish

Another day where sellers took the gong - the index traded down however there was a lot happening under the hood with the Macquarie Equities Conference underway – more on that below. Most selling happened in the morning on the back of weaker than expected Chinese Manufacturing data – the... Show More

Equities
Oscar Oberg

Since the equity market lows in December 2018, investors have chased offshore earnings to escape falling house prices, weak consumer and business sentiment, and uncertainty driven by the Federal election. The February 2019 reporting season highlighted this; economic bellwether companies Costa Group, Bingo Industries and Boral downgraded earnings before their results... Show More

Equities
Rachel Cole

China is a key economic partner for Australia, being our largest trading partner for both imports and exports. Whilst our commodity exports to China make up the largest amount by value, our agricultural and consumer-related exports are experiencing greater growth. This presents some interesting investment opportunities for Australian listed companies... Show More

Daily Report
James Gerrish

Another really strong day for Aussie stocks as traders position for further interest rate cuts locally following a weaker than expected print on inflation at 11.30am this morning…A host of investment banks along with ANZ, WBC and NAB are now calling for two rate cuts this year, the... Show More

James Gerrish

A bullish day for Aussie equities with the market latching onto strength from our cousins across the ditch, simply ignoring the weakness playing out across US Futures while Asia was fairly mixed across the board. It’s been a while since we’ve seen such sustained buying throughout the day with the... Show More

Equities
Oscar Oberg

Investors’ desire for growth outside of the suffering Australian economy was a major theme to emerge in the February 2019 Reporting Season, particularly in the small-to-mid-cap segment of the market. Since around September 2018, economic data in Australia has weakened, largely due to the flow-on effect of falling house prices on... Show More

James Gerrish

Not a lot across the ticker today although the local market continued to outperform both the US and other regional markets – the sugar hit of lower rates still working through local stocks by the look of it, although at a less aggressive pace than we saw yesterday. Overseas markets... Show More

James Gerrish

Money made its way back into the market today after yesterday’s sea of red. Futures showed signs of jitters early in the session but for the most part the market was bid up well throughout the day and saw some particularly strong buying late in the session. Australian construction data... Show More