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US equity markets settled with modest losses despite a big reversal in the final hour of the trading session as Treasury yields resumed their march higher - Dow slipped -42-points or -0.14%, reversing an earlier decline of as much as -430-points. The broader S&P500 eased -0.20%, with Utilities (down -2.25%) and Real Estate (-1.90%) leading eight of…
 
US equity markets extended their strong start to the month and quarter - Dow rallied +825-points or +2.80%, with Boeing Co (up +5.92%) and Goldman Sachs Group Inc (+5.25%) alone contributing over >150-points in gains. The broader S&P500 jumped +3.06%, logging its best two-day gain (+5.65%) since April 2020. Energy (up +4.34%) led all eleven primary…
 
US equity markets opened the new month and quarter firmly on the front foot, with the benchmark indices rallying over >2% - Dow rallied +765-points or +2.66%, rising as much as +922 points at its session peak and recording its the biggest percentage gain since 24 June, according to Dow Jones Market Data. The broader S&P500 gained +2.59%, with Energ…
 
US equity markets retreated to cap their worst September performance since 2008 and logging their third straight quarterly decline as assertive Federal Reserve action pushed Treasury yields and the dollar higher- Dow dropped -500-points or -1.71% to 28,725.51, settling below <29,000 for the first time since November 2020. Nike Inc dropped -12.81% f…
 
US equity markets resumed their slide, dragging the S&P500 to a fresh 2022 low amid a broad-based decline - Dow fell -458-points or -1.54%, having been down as much as -686-points at its session lows. The broader S&P500 dropped -2.11% to 3,640.47, logging its lowest close since 30 November, 2020. Utilities (down -4.07%) led all eleven primary secto…
 
The Dow and S&P500 snapped a six session losing streak, advancing for the first time since the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates again a week ago as Treasury yields retreated sharply and following a surprise intervention from the Bank of England (BoE) in the U.K. government bond market - Dow climbed +549-points or +1.88% to 29,683.74 a day after…
 
The Dow and S&P500 extended declines into a sixth consecutive session overnight - Dow fell -126-points or -0.43% to 29,134.99, a day after entering official bear market territory for the first time in more than two years (down over >20% from its record close on 4 January). The index briefly slid below <29,000 for the first time since 12 November, 2…
 
US equity markets continued to slide on Friday (23 September), capping a tumultuous week dominated by hawkish central bank updates that exerted particular pressure on growth stocks - Dow fell -486-points or -1.62% to 29,590.41, carving out a fresh 2022 closing low despite paring an earlier decline of as much as -826-points, and settling at its lowe…
 
US equity markets retreated amid mounting concerns that the Federal Reserve’s aggressive monetary policy will tip the economy into a recession - Dow fell -107-points or -0.35%. Salesforce Inc rose +1.71% after the customer relationship management software company hosted an Investor Day, reiterating the fiscal 2023 revenue outlook of ~US$31B, after …
 
US equity markets retreated as Treasury yields continued to climb on the eve of the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate decision - Dow down -313-points or -1.01%, falling as much as -550-points earlier in the session. The broader S&P500 fell -1.13%, with Real Estate (down -2.57%) and Materials (-1.90%) leading all eleven primary sectors lower. F…
 
US equity markets logged modest gains ahead of the Federal Reserve kicking off their latest two day monetary policy meeting tonight AEST - Dow up +197-points or +0.64%, recovering from an earlier session decline of as much as -263-points. The broader S&P500 added +0.69%, with Materials (up +1.63%), Consumer Discretionary (+1.34%), Industrials (+1.3…
 
US equity markets retreated to two-month lows on Friday (16 September) to cap a tough week for stocks amid ongoing inflation concerns, looming further interest rate hikes and some fresh warning signs about economic growth - Dow fell -139-points or -0.45%, paring an earlier decline of as much as -412 points. Goldman Sachs Group Inc's fell -1.63%, wi…
 
US equity markets retreated, extending losses in the afternoon session as a slew of economic data failed to alter expectations for further aggressive monetary policy tightening - Dow fell -173-points or -0.56%, The broader S&P500 lost -1.13% but held just above >3,900, with Energy (down -2.54%), Utilities (-2.53%), Information Technology (-2.37%) a…
 
US equity markets settled with modest gains after a choppy session, steadying after a hotter-than-expected August consumer price inflation (CPI) saw the benchmark indices record their worst single session declines since Jun 2020 in the previous session - Dow edged +30-points or +0.10% higher, recovering from an earlier slide of as much as 200-point…
 
US equity markets tumbled, recording the worst sell-off since the early days of the COVID pandemic as a stronger-than-expected August inflation report punctured a four day rally and brought a +100 basis point interest rate hike into play next week - Dow dropped -1,276-points or -3.94%, with all 30 index components settling in the red. The broader S…
 
The S&P500 and Nasdaq equity extended their rebound into a fourth consecutive session ahead of tonight’s AEST August inflation figures, with a number of traders pointing to a ‘short squeeze’ - Dow settled +230-points or +0.71% higher, having been up as much +352-points at its session peak. Goldman Sachs Group Inc (up +0.73%) will cut jobs as early …
 
US equity markets rallied on Friday (9 September) to secure their first weekly advance in four weeks, shrugging off some fresh hawkish commentary from Federal Reserve officials and with traders eyeing inflation figures later this week - Dow gained +377-points or +1.19%, The broader S&P500 rose +1.53%, with Communication Services (up +2.53%) and Ene…
 
US equity markets settled with their first back-to-back gains in two weeks as investors digested Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s latest remarks - Dow gained +193-points or +0.61%, The broader S&P500 rose +0.66%, with Health Care (up +1.77%) and Financials (+1.74%) rising over >1.7% to lead eight of the eleven primary sectors higher. The Nasda…
 
Morgans is a proud sponsor of Deloitte’s Tech Fast 50 2022.Nick Harris, Morgans Senior Analyst sat down with the Tech Fast 50 2021 winner Monica Zagrodny, the Co-founder of Monarc Global to discuss what winning Tech Fast 50 and the Female Leadership awards has meant for her and her business. Monarc Global provides automated pricing software for air…
 
The RBA will continue to tighten rates into our Australian Resources 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 rebounded, with all three benchmark indices logging their largest daily percentage gains since 10 August despite some more hawkish pronouncements from various Federal Reserve officials - Dow gained +436-points or +1.4%, with 3M Co (up +3.39%) and Nike Inc (up +3.17%) among notable performers. A US$1 move in any one of the 30 compo…
 
US equity markets resumed trading following the Labor Day holiday weekend on the backfoot as Treasury yields resumed their march higher - Dow fell -173-points or -0.55%, with the 30-stock index trading in an ~400-point intra-day range. The broader S&P500 -0.41%, with Communication Services (down -1.26%) and Energy (-1.08%) both falling over >1% to …
 
August results were sound by historical standards, reflecting a stable operating environment and offering comfort to investors.Read more: https://morgans.com.au/Blog/2022/September/Australia-Strategy-Reporting-Season-ReviewCheck out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook…
 
AUD - buying ~68.12 US cents. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) announces it latest interest rate decision at 2:30pm AEST, with consensus expectations for a 50 basis point interest rate hike to lift the cash rate to 2.35%. Second quarter Current Account figures and the Ai Group Services Index for August are also slated for release.…
 
US equity markets relinquished earlier session gains to settle with sharp losses heading into the Labor Day long weekend as investors digested an August jobs report and reports of further delays to the re-opening of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline - Dow fell -338-points or -1.07%, erasing an earlier ~370-point gain. The broader S&P500 -1.07%, with Commu…
 
The Dow and S&P500 snapped a four session losing streak, recovering from sharp opening declines to open September on a firmer footing ahead of tonight’s AEST key August jobs data - Dow rose +146-points or +0.46%, with most of the gains coming in the final 10-minutws of the session. The broader S&P500 added +0.3%, with the more defensive sectors of …
 
US equity markets extended declines into a fourth session as selling accelerated in the final ten minutes of the session to cap a tough month - Dow fell -280-points or -0.88%. Walt Disney Co (down -0.31%) is exploring a membership program similar to Amazon Prime, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal, with perks designed to encourage cus…
 
Morgans is a proud sponsor of Deloitte’s Tech Fast 50 2022.Nick Harris, Morgans Senior Analyst sat down with the Tech Fast 50 2021 winner Royce Crown, the CEO & Co-founder of Monarc Global to discuss what winning this award has meant for his business. Monarc Global provides automated pricing software for aircraft, supporting operators and owners wi…
 
Likely seasonal weakness at the end of September should be followed by a stronger equities market in the final quarter.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/Mor…
 
US equity markets extended declines into a third session as investors eyed some strong economic data that may provide Federal Reserve policymakers even more ammunition to continue its aggressive pace of interest-rate hikes - Dow fell -308-points or -0.96%, The broader S&P500 -1.10%, with Energy (down -3.36%) leading all eleven primary sectors lower…
 
Senior Analyst and Co-head of Research Alex Mees gives his analysis of Lovisa's FY22 result saying, what was clear to us was that this is a global growth story that is really only just getting started. FY22 earnings were certainly impressive.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com…
 
US equity markets logged back-to-back losses as investors continued to digest Federal Reserve Chief Jerome Powell’s address at the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium last Friday (26 August) in which he signalled the central bank would keep hiking rates to tame inflation - Dow fell -184-points or -0.57%, Dow Inc dropped -1.63%, pairing a earlier declin…
 
Senior Analyst and Equity Strategist Tom Sartor updates us on the current state of reporting season so far. The beats, misses, and key takeaways, as we head into the final few days of reporting.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/MorgansAUO…
 
US equity markets fell sharply as investors digested Federal Reserve Chief Jerome Powell’s address at the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium in which he signalled the central bank would keep hiking rates to tame inflation and provided a frank acknowledgment of coming pain to households - Dow slumped -1,008-points or -3.03%, settling with its largest p…
 
Benchmark US equity indices logged their best daily percentage gains since 12 August overnight following some better-than-expected economic data, and as investors eye Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s address at the Jackson Hoe Economic Symposium tonight AEST - Dow rose +323-points or +0.98%, The broader S&P500 gained +1.41%, with Materials (up…
 
Senior Analyst and Co-head of Research Alex Mees gives his analysis of Domino's Pizza (ASX:DMP) and The Lottery Corporation's (ASX:TLC) results for FY22.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.Au…
 
US equity markets pushed modestly higher, with both the Dow and S&P500 snapping a three session decline - Dow added +60-points or +0.18%. The broader S&P500 settled +0.29% higher, with the Energy sector (up +1.2%) sitting atop the primary leaderboard for a second straight session and leading all eleven primary sectors higher. Cruise lines were amon…
 
The Dow and S&P500 extended declines into a third straight session amid relatively thin trading volumes - Dow fell -154-points or -0.47%, The broader S&P500 slipped -0.22%, with the more defensive Real Estate (down -1.45%) and Health Care (-1.39%) both falling over >1% and leading seven of the eleven primary sectors lower. Energy sat atop the prima…
 
US equity markets recorded their steepest declines in two months to open the new trading week as investors eye the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium later this week and worry that the Federal Reserve may strike a more hawkish tone - Dow fell -643-points or -1.91%, The broader S&P500 shed -2.14%, with Consumer Discretionary (-2.84%), Information Techn…
 
US equity markets retreated on Friday (19 August), with the recent rebound faltering as interest rate hike fears resurfaced ahead of the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium that begins on Thursday night AEST (25 August) - Dow fell -292-points or -0.86%, The broader S&P500 lost -1.29%, with Consumer Discretionary (-2.10%) and Financials (2.02%) both fal…
 
Morgans Senior Analyst Adrian Prendergast gives us an update following a strong result from BHP, with earnings slightly ahead of expectations while positively surprising on both dividend and free cash flow generation.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.…
 
US equity markets eked out modest gains, turning positive in the final hour of the session as investors assessed mixed signals from several Federal Reserve officials on the potential pace of interest rate increases on deck for September - Dow inched +19-points or +0.06% higher. The broader S&P500 rose +0.23%, with Energy (up +2.53%) and Information…
 
US equity markets retreated but settled off their worst levels off the session as investors digested the latest central bank monetary policy meeting minutes - Dow fell -172-points or -0.50%, paring an earlier decline of as much as -324-points but snapping a five session winning streak. The broader S&P500 -0.72% at 4,274.04, with Communication Servi…
 
US equity markets mixed as investors weighed a pair of strong corporate results from major retailers Walmart Inc and Home Depot Inc against the backdrop of a slowdown in the housing market - Dow gained +239-points or +0.71% to 34,152.01, reclaiming the 34,000 level for the first times since 4 May as it extended its rally into a fifth straight sessi…
 
Senior Analyst and Equity Strategist Tom Sartor takes us through the results and themes so far this August 2022 Reporting Season, with over 25% of the top 50 ASX companies reporting results for FY22.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/Morga…
 
US equity markets advanced, shrugging off some underwhelming economic data out of China - Dow gained +151-points or +0.45%, its fourth consecutive session gain and longest winning streak since its six session strong of gains that ended 27 May. The 30-stock index also closed above its 200-day moving average for the first time since 20 April. The bro…
 
US equity markets rallied into the close of Friday’s (12 August) session to cap another strong week - Dow gained +424-points or +1.27%, The broader S&P500 rallied +1.73% to 4,280.15. The S&P 500 crossed a closely watched technical level of 4,231 points during last Friday’s (12 August) session, meaning the benchmark index has recouped half its losse…
 
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