The Australian Share Market has started the week in positive territory in a choppy start to the session with the market finally seeing confirmation to the...

The Australian Share Market has started the week in positive territory in a choppy start to the session with the market finally seeing confirmation to the agreement to the Greece bailout after weeks of negotiations while local investors again were busy with a number of company reporting's to digest after a quieter day on Friday. Market Turnover into lunch steady at $1.217 billion however given no significant economic releases in the region expect a little less action in the afternoon session, I'm also expecting a flat finish with no real reason to push higher after the mixed bag of reporting's from this morning. China, Taiwan and Vietnam are also still closed for the Chinese New Year holiday. Across the market the strength in the market again came from the big banks with the pick ANZ (+0.72%) and Westpac (0.69%) with the yield play again in effect today while Macquarie (+1.46%) also continued its upward momentum & has been very well supported by the big brokers. Read the rest of the wrap at (VIEW LINK)


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