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The Match Out: Stocks flat, Z1P rallies 17%, A2M & HUB upgraded

A flat session from an overall index perspective today as the ASX200 consolidates above last week’s breakout level – this is ultimately a fairly constructive trading pattern if it continues. Data from China was strong today in an absolute sense, although export data was weaker than expected. This grew 30.6% YoY (from a low base) showing that the global economy is back buying Chinese stuff, although the market was looking for +38% growth. On the flipside, Imports were well ahead of expectations coming in at 27.7% versus the 17.6% growth expected, this is a positive read through for Australia.

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Afternoon report

The Match Out: Quiet end to a strong week for stocks, Have a great weekend all

A very quiet end to a strong week for stocks with the market oscillating in a very tight ~30pt trading range. Information Technology stocks finished the week as they started, top of the leader board, while Woolies & Metcash dragged the Staples sector lower as Coles brings back the red finger….prices down down down signifies an escalation in the competitive landscape as they look to claw back lost market share. Not a lot else to get excited about today.

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Afternoon report

The Match Out: Stocks lower as Brisbane heads for longer lock down, AGL to split, TLS upgraded again

News that Brisbane is likely to go into a longer lockdown as the UK variant of the virus claims cases in the sunshine state has seen stocks sold off today as consistent selling from the open pushed the local market down nearly 100pts from the early session highs. A Byron Bay hens party seems to be the catalyst with the entertainment bringing more than was bargained for just as support from Job Keeper rolls off. Australia was a clear under performer from a regional perspective today as the material sector provided the biggest weight on the market overall.

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Afternoon report

The Match Out: Stocks flat, Z1P rallies 17%, A2M & HUB upgraded

A flat session from an overall index perspective today as the ASX200 consolidates above last week’s breakout level – this is ultimately a fairly constructive trading pattern if it continues. Data from China was strong today in an absolute sense, although export data was weaker than expected. This grew 30.6% YoY (from a low base) showing that the global economy is back buying Chinese stuff, although the market was looking for +38% growth. On the flipside, Imports were well ahead of expectations coming in at 27.7% versus the 17.6% growth expected, this is a positive read through for Australia.

Afternoon report

The Match Out: Quiet end to a strong week for stocks, Have a great weekend all

A very quiet end to a strong week for stocks with the market oscillating in a very tight ~30pt trading range. Information Technology stocks finished the week as they started, top of the leader board, while Woolies & Metcash dragged the Staples sector lower as Coles brings back the red finger….prices down down down signifies an escalation in the competitive landscape as they look to claw back lost market share. Not a lot else to get excited about today.

Afternoon report

The Match Out: Stocks lower as Brisbane heads for longer lock down, AGL to split, TLS upgraded again

News that Brisbane is likely to go into a longer lockdown as the UK variant of the virus claims cases in the sunshine state has seen stocks sold off today as consistent selling from the open pushed the local market down nearly 100pts from the early session highs. A Byron Bay hens party seems to be the catalyst with the entertainment bringing more than was bargained for just as support from Job Keeper rolls off. Australia was a clear under performer from a regional perspective today as the material sector provided the biggest weight on the market overall.

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