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Earnings trends remain remarkably stable despite the recent Omicron and supply chain disruptions. While the uncertain outlook might temper some good results, we still see scope for upside surprises in February.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.faceboo…
 
The Fed is supporting the US economy first and fighting US inflation second; ASX 200 fair value is 7350Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
 
Another whipsaw session for US equity markets as investors digested the latest monetary policy pronouncements from the Federal Reserve and the latest round of corporate earnings releases - Dow down -130-points or -0.38%, unwinding an earlier rally of over >500-points. The broader S&P500 slipped -0.15%. The Nasdaq eked out a +0.02% gain, with Micros…
 
Senior Analyst, Alexander Mees details his preview for the Retail sector for the upcoming reporting season. As well as his key stock picks and misses. Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Aust…
 
US equity markets staged an impressive intra-session comeback overnight albeit there was no specific catalyst for the intraday turnaround - Dow up +99-points or +0.29%, logging its first advance in seven sessions and roaring back from an earlier -1,115 point or -3.25% tumble. It marked the biggest intra-day reversal for the Dow since the wild tradi…
 
US equity markets retreated on Friday (21 January), with the selling once again intensifying into the close of the session and with technology stocks under fresh selling pressure - Dow down -450-points or -1.30% . The broader S&P500 -1.89% to sit ~8.7% below its 4 January intra-day peak (4,818.62), with Communication Services (down -3.88%) and Cons…
 
US equity markets sold off in the final hour of trading, once again relinquishing an earlier rally - Dow down -313-points or -0.89%, falling for a fifth straight session having climbed over >400-points earlier in the day. The 30-stock average closed below its 200-day moving average for the first time since December 2021. The broader S&P500 -1.10% t…
 
US equity markets relinquished earlier session gains to settle lower, with technology stocks under fresh pressure despite some respite from rising US Treasury yields - Dow down -340-points or -0.96%, with economic bellwether Caterpillar Inc (down -3.10%) and Boeing Co (-3.52%) among the key drags on the index. Goldman Sachs Group Inc fell a further…
 
US equity markets returned from the holiday long weekend on the backfoot, with technology stocks under renewed pressure amid a fresh climb in bond yields - Dow dropped -543-points or -1.51% . The broader S&P500 shed -1.84%, with Information Technology (down -2.49%) and Financials (-2.30%) both down over >2% and leading nine of the eleven primary se…
 
European bourses climbed, with the media sector (up +1.9%) leading the pan-European Stoxx 600 index (which includes UK equities) +0.70% higher. Germany's DAX added +0.32%. France's CAC gained +0.82%. In broader stock moves, Credit Suisse Group AG fell -2.26% after the Swiss investment bank announced on Sunday (16 January) that Chairman António Hort…
 
Major bank stocks weighed on US equity markets on Friday (14 January) to cap a volatile week - Dow fell -202-points or -0.56%, dragged lower by declines for investment banks Goldman Sachs Group Inc (down -2.52%) and JPMorgan Chase & Co (-6.15%), and credit card and travel services group American Express Co (-2.82%) . The broader S&P500 eked out a +…
 
US equity markets retreated as the rebound for technology sector ran out of steam - Dow fell -177-points or -0.49%, unwinding an earlier session gain of more than >200-points. Boeing Co rose +2.97% following a Bloomberg News report that the company’s 737 Max could resume service in China as soon as this month. The broader S&P500 -1.42%, with Inform…
 
US equity markets logged modest gains after the December consumer inflation report largely matched economists’ expectations - Dow added +38-points or +0.11% . Global healthcare major Merck & Co Inc (down -0.58%) and biotechnology company Amgen Inc (-0.27%) capped the index’s advance. The broader S&P500 edged +0.28% higher, with Materials (up +0.95%…
 
US equity markets advanced, with technology stocks consolidating the late rally of the previous session - Dow up +183-points or +0.51% . International Business Machines (IBM) Corp fell 1.60%, paring an earlier session decline of more than >5% that came after analysts at UBS downgraded the stock (lowering their price target to US$124 from US$136) ci…
 
US equity markets logged modest losses, with major technology stocks rallying in the afternoon session to recoup earlier steep declines - Dow down -163-points or -0.45% . The broader S&P500 slipped -0.14%, with Industrials (down -1.15%) and Materials (-0.99%) leading eight of the eleven primary sectors lower. Health Care (up +1.04%), Information Te…
 
US equity markets retreated after a choppy session as investors digested a lacklustre December jobs report albeit one that in unlikely to be damaging enough to give central bankers reason to pause what has been expressed as a plan to tighten financial policy sooner and faster than had previously been expected - Dow dipped -5-points to 36,231.66, re…
 
US equity markets retreated after a choppy session as investors continued to rotate out of technology stocks - Dow down -171-points or -0.47%. The broader S&P500 slipped -0.10%, with Materials (down -1.24%), Health Care (-1.21%) and Utilities (-1.05%) all falling over >1 and leading six of the eleven primary sectors lower. Energy (up +2.29%) sat at…
 
US equity markets retreated, tumbling into the close after the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s December monetary policy meeting suggested investors need to gear up for potentially tighter U.S. monetary policy and prompted a strong rotation out of technology stocks and into businesses more tightly linked to the economic recovery - Dow down -393-poi…
 
Banking and industrial stocks powered the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a fresh record closing high overnight as worries about the Omicron variant of the coronavirus subsided, while a fall in heavyweight technology stocks dragged the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq indices lower - Dow up +215-points or +0.59% to 36,800, touching a fresh intraday peak of 3…
 
A positive start to 2022 for US equity markets, with both the Dow and S&P500 logging fresh record closing highs - Dow up +247-points or +0.68% to a record closing high 36,585.06. The broader S&P500 rose +0.64% to also scale a record closing peak of 4,796.56, with Energy (up +3.10%) the standout primary sector performer. Consumer Discretionary (+2.7…
 
US equity markets rallied ahead of Christmas, with the S&P500 sweeping to a fresh record closing high as investors digested some relatively benign US economic and some favourable studies around the relatively muted health impact of the Omicron variant - Dow up +197-points or +0.55% . The broader S&P500 gained +0.62% to 4,725.79, booking its 68th re…
 
US equity markets - Dow up +261-points or +0.74%, taking the indice’s two-day rebound to over >800-points or ~2.3%. Caterpillar Inc rose 1.94% after Bernstein upgraded the stock, saying the machinery maker will be a key beneficiary of a rebound in global growth. The broader S&P500 rose +1.02%, with Consumer Discretionary (up +1.73%), Information Te…
 
Jay Powell takes the long handle to strike inflation.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAUMorgans Financial
 
US equity markets rebounded sharply, snapping a three session losing streak and erasing Monday’s (20 December) sell-off - Dow gained +561-points or +1.60% . Nike Inc rallied +6.15% after recording better-than-expected second quarter earnings per share (US$0.83c versus consensus analysts forecasts of US$0.63c) and revenue (US$11.36B versus consensus…
 
Thank you to Jane Hunter, Chief Executive Officer of Tritium, for presenting at our final Business Breakfast for the year. Founded in 2001, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary hardware and software to create advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles. The company will be listed on the NASDAQ in the first quarter of 2022. …
 
US equity markets booked a third straight decline as major global cities grappled with surging COVID-19 infections tied to the omicron variant - Dow down -433-points or -1.23%, with Boeing Co (down -2.15%), Goldman Sachs Group Inc (-2.67%) and American Express (-2.57%) among the key drags on the index. The broader S&P500 -1.14%, with Financials (do…
 
Peter Hammond, Co-founder of Exto and B3v joins the Bank to the Future podcast to talk all things market places, fintechs and blockchain. Peter has a rich history of investing in emerging technology companies in Australia including investing in every round and being a long term supporter of ASX listed Airtasker. Peter talks about the history of Ext…
 
US equity markets declined to cap a week in which several major central banks acknowledged the threat posed by high inflation, while the Omicron coronavirus variant continued to weigh on sentiment - Dow down -532-points or -1.48% to 35,365.44, touching an intra-session low of about 35,284. It marked the index’s worst single session decline since 30…
 
US equity markets weaker as investors digested the latest monetary policy pronouncements from a number of major global central banks – Dow slipped -30-points or -0.08%, unwinding an earlier rally of over >200-points. Banks helped the Dow outperform on a relative basis, with Goldman Sachs Group Inc rising +1.91% and JPMorgan Chase & Co +1.56%. The b…
 
US equity markets recovered from earlier session losses to settle with solid gains following the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy pronouncements - Dow up +383-points or +1.08% at 35,927.43. The broader S&P500 gained +1.63% to 4,709.85, the second highest close of 2021 after briefly climbing above its 10 December record closing high (4,712.0…
 
We see the expansion of the US budget deficit which leads to the boom in Australian export prices and discover the best is yet to come.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter:…
 
US equity markets declined following the release of data recording that US wholesale prices rose at a record pace in November and ahead of the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy decision - Dow down -107-points or -0.30%, booking its first back-to-back loss for December. The broader S&P500 fell -0.75%, with Information Technology (down -1.64%)…
 
US equity markets retreated amid some profit taking as investors brace for a busy week of central bank meetings - Dow fell -320-points or -0.89%, with Boeing Co (down -3.74%) a notable drag on the index. The broader S&P500 lost -0.91% a day after logging its 67th record closing high of 2021 (4,712.02) and settling ~0.7% from its all time intra-day …
 
US equity markets advanced to cap their strongest week since February - Dow up +216-points or +0.60% . The broader S&P500 gained +0.95% to log its 67th record closing high of 2021 at 4,712.02 and settle ~0.7% from its all time intra-day high. Information Technology (up +2.07%) and Consumer Staples (+2.00%) led all eleven primary sectors higher. Ora…
 
Chinese steel production Olympic dive this year, rebound next year. Iron ore prices fell with steel production this year. Both will rise next year.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australi…
 
Our best ideas are those that we think offer the highest risk-adjusted returns over a 12-month timeframe supported by a higher-than-average level of confidence. They are our most preferred sector exposures.New additions this month include Technology One (ASX:TNE), Namoi Cotton (ASX:NAM), HealthCo REIT (ASX:HCW) and People Infrastructure (ASX:PPE).C…
 
US equity markets snapped a three session winning streak ahead of the release of US consumer inflation figures tonight AEST - Dow dipped -0.06% . The broader S&P500 lost -0.72%, with Consumer Discretionary (down -1.70%), Real Estate (-1.36%) and Information Technology (-1.09%) all falling over >1% and leading nine of the eleven primary sectors lowe…
 
US equity markets extended their climb into a third consecutive session - Dow edged +35-points or +0.10% higher . The broader S&P500 rose +0.31% to 4,701.21 and within touching distance of its 18 November record closing high of 4,704.54 (and ~0.9% shy of its record intra-day high of 4,473.83). Communication Services (up +0.75%) and Health Care (+0.…
 
US equity markets consolidated their strong start to the week- Dow up +492-points or +1.40% . The broader S&P500 gained +2.07%, recording its best day since 1 March to sit ~1% away from its all time high. Information Technology (up +3.51%) led all eleven primary sectors higher, with Consumer Discretionary (+2.36%) and Energy (+2.28%) logging gains …
 
Stocks linked to the re-opening economy led a strong start to the week for US equity markets, with the Dow reclaiming the 35,000 level - Dow rallied +647-points or +1.87% to 35,227.03, more than comfortably erasing last week’s -319-point-0.91% decline. The broader S&P500 gained +1.17%, with Industrials (up +1.64%), Consumer Staples (+1.60%), Utilit…
 
A broad sell-off in the technology sector saw US equity markets complete a tumultuous week on softer note, with investors digesting the latest November jobs figures and implications for central bank monetary policy - Dow down -60-points or -0.17%, paring an earlier decline of over >300-points. Boeing Co lost -1.9%. The broader S&P500 lost -0.84% to…
 
US equity markets rebounded, with cyclicals clawing back some of their recent sharp falls - Dow rallied +618-points or +1.82% . Boeing Co jumped +7.54% after China cleared the 737 Max to return to fly. The broader S&P500 gained +1.42%, with Industrials (+2.89%), Financials (+2.83%), Energy (+2.81%) and Real Estate (+2.67%) all rebounding over >2% t…
 
US equity markets relinquished solid gains to settle lower after the country recorded its first confirmed case of the omicron variant of the coronavirus – the Dow staged a 983-point U-turn to settle -462-points or -1.34% lower at 34,022.04, unwinding an earlier +520-point/+1.5% rally and settling below its 200-day moving average (34,361.27) for the…
 
Fresh concerns about the potentially damaging economic effect of the Omicron coronavirus variant and hawkish comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell dragged US equity markets lower - Dow dropped -652-points or -1.86%, with American Express Co (-3.52%) and Salesforce.Com Inc (-3.97%) among the key drags on the index. The broader S&P500 -1.…
 
US equity markets rebounded as President Joe Biden told Americans the fight against the omicron variant of coronavirus won’t involve “shutdowns or lockdowns.” - Dow up +237-points or +0.68% a day after recording its worst daily decline (-905-points or -2.53%) since 28 October, 2020. Walmart Inc lost -1.57% after announcing that it will begin the se…
 
An ugly finish to the shortened Thanksgiving week for US equity markets during a thinly traded, abbreviated Black Friday session as a new COVID variant found in South Africa triggered a shift away from risk assets - Dow dropped -905-points or -2.53%, down over >1,000 points at its worst levels of the session and recording its worst daily decline si…
 
Brainard is brilliant, but Powell a better leader.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAUMorgans Financial
 
US equity markets pushed modestly higher as the recent jump in bond yields took a breather, lifting some pressure on the technology sector - Dow dipped -9-points or -0.0% . The broader S&P500 added +0.23%. The Nasdaq +0.44%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 +0.15%. US bond and equity markets CLOSED tonight AEST for Thanksgiving Day followed by…
 
US equity markets mixed, with Federal Reserve Chair’s Jerome Powell’s nomination for a second term weighing on the technology sector (which is often more sensitive to changes in interest rate policy) - Dow gained +195-points or +0.55% , with investment banks Goldman Sachs Group Inc (up +2.56%) and JPMorgan Chase & Co (+2.39%) trading strongly for a…
 
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