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Morningstar Afternoon Research Update Thursday, Nov 15 2012

15-Nov-2012
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Funds (1)
/PIMCO Diversified Fixed Interest (10882) Gold
Shares (5)
/Caltex (CTX) /Reduce
/DWS (DWS) Under Review
/James Hardie (JHX) /Hold
/Navitas (NVT) Hold
/SEEK (SEK) Accumulate
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Australian Market Report
Thursday 15 November – Aussie stocks had a rough day after some shocking leads from overseas markets. Investors once again found themselves spooked by the situation in Europe and the fiscal debates raging in America. This resulted in most sectors losing ground.

The All Ordinaries fell 40.1 points (-0.91%) to 4,370.6 while the S&P/ASX 200 weakened 39.2 points (-0.89%) to 4,349.2... Read More

Australian Equities (15-Nov-2012 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/All Ordinaries4371-40-0.91
/S&P/ASX 2004349-39-0.89
/10-year Bond Rate2.94-0.04-1.34
/90 Day Bank Accepted Bills SFE-Day3.18-0.02-0.62
/3-yr Bond Rate2.47-0.06-2.37

Currency (15-Nov-2012 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/$A vs $US1.03570.00060.06
/$A vs GBP0.65310.00100.15
/$A vs YEN83.80-0.69-0.83
/$A vs EUR0.81260.00140.17
/$A vs $NZ1.27560.00280.22

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