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Senior Analyst Dr Derek Jellinek gives an update on the Healthcare sector heading into February's Reporting Season. 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/Morgan…
 
US equity markets rallied as investors continued to comb through the latest batch of corporate earnings releases, and after a stronger-than-expected fourth quarter gross domestic product (GDP) print - Dow rose +206-points or +0.61%, The broader S&P500 advanced +1.10% to 4,060.43 and a near two month high, with the Energy sector (up +3.32%), Consume…
 
US equity markets mixed as investors continued to digest the latest batch of corporate earnings releases - Dow rose +104-points or +0.31%, booking a third straight session of gains. The broader S&P500 dipped -0.07%, with Communication Services (-0.69%) and Health Care (-0.65%) both down over >0.5% and leading five of the eleven primary sectors lowe…
 
US equity markets continued their strong start to 2023, with both the S&P500 and Nasdaq posting their highest settlements since 2 December last year - Dow gained +254-points or +0.76%. Salesforce Inc rose +3.05% following reports that activist investor Elliott Management Corp has made a multibillion-dollar investment in the software company. The br…
 
US equity markets advanced to cap a choppy trading week, with investors eyeing a big fortnight on the corporate earnings calendar - Dow gained +331-points or +1.00%. Goldman Sachs Group Inc fell -2.54% after the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported that the Federal Reserve is investigating the investment bank’s consumer business. The regulator is loo…
 
US equity markets - Dow fell -252.40 points or -0.76% to 33,044.556, The broader S&P500 -30.01 points -0.76% to 3,898.85. The Nasdaq -104.74 points or -0.96% to 10,852.27. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 -18.02 points or -0.97% to 1,836.35.Morgans Financial
 
US equity markets accelerated falls into the close following lower than expected retail sales data - Dow fell -613.89 points or -1.81% to 33,296.96, The broader S&P500 -62.11 points -1.56% to 3,928.86, The Nasdaq -138.10 points or -1.24% to 10,957.01. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 -27.82 points or -1.48% to 1,856.47. Microsoft confirmed it …
 
US equity markets were mixed as 7 of the 11 sectors dropped lead by Materials and Communication Services - Dow fell -391.76 points or 1.14% to 33,910.85, The broader S&P500 8.12 points or -0.20% to 3,990.97, The Nasdaq bounced on the back of Tesla, 15.96 points or 0.14% to 11,095.11. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 fell 2.95 points or 0.16% t…
 
Morgans Equity Strategist Andrew Tang updates us on key catalysts, cycles, and themes for markets and sectors heading into 2023.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: twitte…
 
European bourses lifted on lower energy prices (Natural Gas futures falling 15% over night) and Chinese re-opening, Janet Yellen is scheduled to meet the Chinese Finance Minister in Zurich this week. The pan-European Stoxx 600 index (which includes UK equities) +0.46%.to . Germany's DAX up +0.3% and France's CAC rose +0.28%. In economic data, Germa…
 
US equity markets climbed as investors weighed a flurry of bank earnings results for the fourth quarter and fresh data on consumer sentiment and inflation expectations - Dow rose +113-points or +0.33%, Caterpillar Inc rose +1.33% to US$258.46, logging a fourth consecutive record closing high after Bank of America analysts turned bullish on the comp…
 
US equity markets advanced as investors digested the latest inflation report that saw the cost of living cool for the first time on a monthly basis since the onset of the COVID pandemic in 2020, while the annual rate of inflation fell for the sixth month in a row - Dow rose +217-points or +0.64%. Walt Disney Co rose +3.61% after the company announc…
 
US equity markets rallied ahead of the release of the latest monthly consumer inflation figures tonight AEST - Dow gained +269-points or +0.80%, The broader S&P500 +1.28%, with Real Estate (up +3.60%) and Consumer Discretionary (+2.68%) climbing over >2.5% to lead all eleven primary sectors higher. Ford Motor Co (up +2.96%) extended its rally into …
 
US equity markets climbed as investors continue to eye inflation figures and fourth quarter corporate earnings later in the week - Dow rose +186-points or +0.56%, Boeing Co (down -0.90%) reported that it had delivered 69 planes in December and 152 planes in the 2022 fourth quarter overall, marking its best month of deliveries in four years and the …
 
US equity markets retreated, fumbling solid gains logged earlier in the session - Dow fell -113-points or -0.34%, relinquishing an earlier rally of over >300-points. Goldman Sachs Group Inc rose +1.41% following reports the investment banking giant will begin cutting up to 3,200 jobs within days. The cut represents ~6.5% of Goldman’s 49K workforce …
 
US equity markets rallied sharply on Friday (6 January) after the latest jobs report recorded a cooling in wages growth, ending the first week of 2023 higher - Dow rallied +701-points or +2.13% to 33,630.61, with all 30 index constituents advancing. The index also climbed back above its 50-day moving average (33,346.77).The broader S&P500 gained +2…
 
US equity markets’ pre-Christmas rally spluttered overnight following another round of upbeat economic data reinforced expectations the Federal Reserve and other central banks will continue monetary policy tightening into 2023 - Dow fell -349-points or -1.05%, paring an earlier decline of over >800-points. The broader S&P500 lost -1.45%, with Consu…
 
US equity markets rallied for a second session following upbeat earnings releases after the close of the previous session from FedEx Corp (up +3.43%) and Nike Inc (+12.18%), and strong consumer confidence data - Dow gained +527-points or +1.60%, The broader S&P500 rallied +1.49%, with Energy (up +1.89%) the leading sector performer for a second ses…
 
US equity markets advanced, recovering from some initial weakness after the Bank of Japan (BoJ) surprised the market with a policy shift - Dow added +92-points or +0.28%, Boeing Co rose +1.41% after the 4,155 page omnibus spending package included an extension for the aircraft maker's 27 December deadline for 737 MAX 7 and 10 certification. The mea…
 
How the Fed and the European Central Bank may avoid a sovereign crisis.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/MorgansAU…
 
China’s COVID-19 policy ‘pivot’ has the potential to be a major driver of asset prices in 2023. We see a possible end to all COVID restrictions in 1H23 as economic challenges and ongoing social unease will likely accelerate change. While the reopening will be disruptive given the speed at which the central government has eased restrictions, we expe…
 
US equity markets settled in the red for a fourth consecutive session, extending a drop last week sparked by a new round of interest rate rises and hawkish comments from central bankers - Dow fell -163-points or -0.49%, with Walt Disney Co (down -4.79%) and Nike Inc (-2.79%) among the biggest drags. A $1 move in any of the Dow's 30 components resul…
 
Investment Watch Summer 2023 Outlook: https://www.morgans.com.au/research-and-markets/economics-and-strategy/Investment-Watch-Summer-2023-OutlookWe remind investors to remain vigilant against a series of macro-economic risks that are likely to make for a bumpy ride and as always, some asset classes will outperform others. That is why this extended …
 
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
 
The S&P500 and Nasdaq extended losses into a third consecutive session on Friday (16 December) amid a volatile ‘Quadruple Witching’ session that saw the simultaneous expiration of stock index futures, stock index options, stock options and single-stock futures worth ~US$4 trillion (including US$2.4 trillion tied to S&P 500 index futures) - Dow fell…
 
US equity markets tumbled as investors digested a wave of interest rate rises and hawkish commentary from global central banks - Dow fell -764-points or -2.25%, The broader S&P500 dropped -2.49%, with Communication Services (down -3.84%), Information Technology (-3.78%) and Materials (-3.02%) all down over >3% and leading all eleven primary sectors…
 
US equity markets settled lower as investors digested the latest Federal Reserve interest rate decision and monetary policy pronouncements - Dow fell -142-points or -0.42%, The broader S&P500 lost -0.61%, with Financials (down -1.29%), Materials (-1.11%) and Real Estate (-1.01%) all declining over >1% to lead ten of the eleven primary sector lower.…
 
A US housing slump in the first half of 2023 should be followed in the second half by an oil and gas boom.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/MorgansAU…
 
US equity markets tallied a second consecutive session of gains albeit settled well off their session highs as investors digested the latest monthly inflation report and eyed key central bank meetings later in the week - Dow added +104-points or +0.30%, paring an earlier rally of over >700-points. Chevron Corp (up +2.23%) was the leading Dow perfor…
 
US equity markets rallied, clawing back some of last week’s steep losses as investors eye key inflation figures tonight AEST and a brace of key central bank meetings later in the week - Dow gained +529-points or +1.58%. Boeing Co rose +3.75% amid reports that Air India is close to signing an order with the planemaker to acquire up to 150 737 Max je…
 
US equity markets retreated on Friday (9 December) as investors assessed the latest wholesale-inflation and consumer-sentiment data ahead of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy meeting next week - Dow fell -305-points or 0.90%. Walt Disney Co rose +0.9% after the company made its ad-supported streaming subscription available in the U.S. The broad…
 
US equity markets rebounded - Dow gained +184-points or +0.55%, The broader S&P500 added +0.75%, arresting a five session losing streak (which marked the longest losing streak since the six sessions of consecutive losses ended 12 October). Information Technology (up +1.59%) and Consumer Discretionary (+1.05%) rose over >1% to lead nine of the eleve…
 
Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox explains why the Australian Economy can keep growing when other countries have recessions.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…
 
US equity markets retreated as an easing of some of China’s COVID curbs failed to lift broader sentiment - Dow settled flat. The broader S&P500 slipped -0.19%, extending losses into a fifth consecutive session and marking the indices longest losing streak since the six sessions of consecutive losses ended 12 October. Communication Services (down -0…
 
Morgans research analysts re-set their sector views, strategies and Best Ideas as markets adapt to ongoing challenges.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/Morg…
 
US equity markets retreated amid fresh concerns around a recession - Dow fell -351-points or -1.03%, with Boeing Co (down -3.60%), Goldman Sachs Group Inc (-2.32%) and Walt Disney Co (-3.79%) among notable decliners. The broader S&P500 shed -1.44%, with Energy (down -2.65%), Communication Services (-2.57%) and Information Technology (-2.14%) all do…
 
US equity markets fell following a hotter-than-expected services sector activity report - Dow fell -483-points or -1.40%. Salesforce Inc dropped -7.35%, touching its lowest level in more than 2-years intra-day (US$133.36) after the company confirmed a report in The Wall Street Journal that Slack co-founder and chief executive Stewart Butterfield wa…
 
A mixed session to end the week for US equity markets as investors digested the latest monthly jobs report, although all three benchmark indices booked a second straight week of gains - Dow added +35-points or +0.10%, The broader S&P500 slipped -0.12%, with Energy (down -0.60%) and Information Technology (-0.55%) both falling over >0.5% to lead six…
 
US equity markets eased following the powerful rally recorded in the final hour pf the previous session, with investors eyeing tonight’s AEST key jobs data - Dow fell -195-points or -0.56%. Salesforce Inc fell -8.27% after the business software provider released its quarterly result after the closing bell of the previous session and announced that …
 
US equity markets rallied strongly in the final hour of the session following Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s speech at the Hutchins Centre on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at The Brookings Institution in which he confirmed that the central bank will slow the pace of its aggressive rate-hiking campaign - Dow rallied +737 points or +2.18%. The br…
 
The S&P500 and Nasdaq extended losses into a third straight session as investors look ahead to some key economic releases and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s scheduled speech at the Hutchins Centre on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at The Brookings Institution tonight AEST - Dow eked out a +0.01% gain. The broader S&P500 slipped -0.16%, with Info…
 
US equity markets posted their steepest single session losses since 9 November – the first session after the US midterm elections - as social unrest from China’s prolonged COVID restrictions and some hawkish commentary from Federal Reserve speakers weighed on sentiment - Dow fell -498-points or -1.45%. UnitedHealth Group Inc edged ~0.5% lower in th…
 
US equity markets mixed following a muted, shortened Black Friday trading session - Dow gained +153-points or +0.45% to 34,347.03, the highest close for the 30-stock index since 21 April. The broader S&P500 dipped -0.03%, The Nasdaq fell -0.52%. Apple Inc fell -1.96% after Wedbush Securities said that iPhone shortages have gotten worse in the past …
 
European bourses extended their recent rally in thin volume trade, with the Chemicals sector (up +1.1%) leading all major sectors into positive territory and lifting the pan-European Stoxx 600 index (which includes UK equities) +0.46%. Germany's DAX gained +0.78%. France's CAC added +0.42%. Remy Cointreau dipped -0.06% despite reporting a stronger-…
 
US equity markets climbed amid a choppy session, gaining ground after minutes of the Federal Reserve's early November policy meeting reinforced expectations that policy makers will shift to smaller rate increases at their December meeting - Dow rose +96-points or +0.28%, The broader S&P500 +0.59%, with Consumer Discretionary (up +1.33%), Communicat…
 
A high US dollar and the prospect of falling inflation are encouraging investment in Australian and Canadian bonds.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/Morgans…
 
US equity markets rallied as investors looked past a fresh tightening of COVID policies in China and the latest downgraded economic growth forecasts from the Organisation of Economic Development (OECD), and focussed on some upbeat quarterly results from a number of retailers - Dow rose +398-points or +1.18%, The broader S&P500 climbed +1.36% to 4,0…
 
US equity markets after a choppy session to open the holiday-shortened trading week - Dow fell -45-points or -0.13%, Walt Disney Co rose +6.30% after announcing that Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bob Chapek is stepping down from the post and will be replaced by his predecessor, Robert Iger. Mr Iger served as Disney’s CEO from 2005-2020, and has ser…
 
Headquartered in Brisbane, Universal Store is a leading Australian retailer specialising in trend-led and casual men’s and women’s fashion, shoes, accessories, lifestyle and gifting. The business was founded in Queensland in 1999 and listed on the ASX in 2020.Alice spoke to Universal Store’s reach across Australia, operating from nearly 100 bricks …
 
US equity markets ticked higher in the after afternoon session last Friday (November) to end the week on an upbeat note - Dow up +199-points or +0.59%. The broader S&P500 +0.48%, with the more defensive Utilities (up +2.00%), Real Estate (+1.29%), Health Care (+1.20%) and Consumer Staples (+1.04%) leading nine of the elven primary sectors higher. E…
 
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