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Markets Live: ASX clings to 6000
Shares ended the week on a sour note but remained comfortably above the 6000-point threshold reached on Tuesday to hover around post-GFC highs.
Miners, energy stocks weigh on ASX
The local sharemarket ended the week on a sour note but remained comfortably above the 6000-point threshold reached on Tuesday to hover around post-GFC highs.
Hasty rate hikes could trigger housing crash, UBS warns
As property prices come off, but wages fail to grow, people are much more sensitive to interest rate hikes, says UBS.
Why Bitcoin’s bubble might not burst just yet
With a rise in value from $US6000 to $US7000 in a mere 13 days, experts predict its ascent can’t last – but are they right?
[email protected]: ASX set to finish week on dour note
The local sharemarket is tipped to open sharply lower as global markets retreated.
Why the ‘Trump trade’ is not all about him, one year on
Despite the US president’s claims, there’s much more to the so-called ‘Trump trade’ than The Donald himself.
Banks, miners spearhead ASX push beyond 6000
Shares extended this week’s push through the 6000 level on Thursday, with miners and banks leading the advance.
ASX-listed daigou business surges 25pc
Investors have poured into Australia’s only listed daigou business, boosting the share price more than 25 per cent this week.
[email protected]: ASX to open higher on Trump Day
One year on from Donald Trump’s election victory, you could say it has been a perfect year for markets.
Bitcoin surges 11% to new high after software upgrade cancelled
Bitcoin jumped as much as 11 per cent to $US7,882 after the main architects behind an upgrade to its underlying technology cancelled their controversial plans.
CBA helps ASX hold above 6000
Shares on Wednesday managed to cling to sharp gains made in the previous session where the benchmark managed to cross the key 6000 level.
Bitcoin to consolidate at $US8000 a coin: Goldman Sachs
Technical analysis of the unorthodox Bitcoin market have led Goldman Sachs to believe the major cryptocurrency is set to consolidate at $US8,000 a coin.