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Morningstar Afternoon Research Update Wednesday, Nov 21 2012

21-Nov-2012
Special Announcements
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Research Updates (5)

Special Reports (1)
/Funds: Alternatives Sector Wrap-Up

Funds (2)
/AMP Capital Enhanced Yield (10632) Not Ratable
/Investors Mutual Future Leaders Small-Caps (8741) Bronze

Shares (2)
/Cardno (CDD) Reduce
/Monadelphous (MND) Hold

ETFs (0)
There were no research reports published today.

Fixed Income (0)
There were no research reports published today.


Australian Market Report
Wednesday 21 November – The market was struggling throughout the day but finally collapsed on the back of the indecisiveness of European leaders on Greece. No agreement was made which was particularly bad in the face of fragile investor sentiment. Among the sectors, IT and telecoms performed the best while energy and healthcare dragged on returns.

The All Ordinaries fell 16.8 points (-0.38%) to 4,390.7 while the S&P/ASX 200 weakened 16.2 points (-0.37%) to 4,369.5... Read More

Australian Equities (21-Nov-2012 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/All Ordinaries4391-17-0.38
/S&P/ASX 2004370-16-0.37
/10-year Bond Rate3.120.041.30
/90 Day Bank Accepted Bills SFE-Day3.20-0.01-0.31
/3-yr Bond Rate2.620.031.16

Currency (21-Nov-2012 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/$A vs $US1.03570.00290.28
/$A vs GBP0.65100.00120.18
/$A vs YEN84.800.100.11
/$A vs EUR0.8119-0.0012-0.15
/$A vs $NZ1.2719-0.0007-0.06

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