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Morningstar Morning Research Update Tuesday, 22 Jan 2013


22-Jan-2013

Overseas Market Report

US markets were closed in observance of a public holiday.

A solid start to the week saw the UK’s blue-chip index hit its highest close since May 2008 and the mid-cap index extend its record high to within a whisker of 13,000 points... Read More

Foreign Equities (22-Jan-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
Dow Jones (US)136500--
S&P 50014860--
NASDAQ31350--
/FTSE 100 Index6181270.43
/DAX 307749470.61
/CAC 403763210.57
/Nikkei 225 (Japan)10748-166-1.52
/HKSE23591-11-0.05
/SSE Composite Index2328110.48
/BSE Sensitive20102630.31
/NZ 504185210.50

Commodities (22-Jan-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
/Aluminium2004-2-0.12
/Copper8027-9-0.11
/Nickel17339-153-0.87
/Gold169010.04
/Silver31.90.10.16
/Oil - West Texas crude96.00.00.04
/Lead229730.11
/Zinc2015-1-0.07

Currency (22-Jan-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
/$A vs $US1.0517-0.0012-0.11
/$A vs GBP0.6643-0.0019-0.29
/$A vs YEN94.330.390.41
/$A vs EUR0.7900-0.0013-0.16
/$A vs $NZ1.2570-0.0007-0.05
/$US vs Euro0.7509-0.0001-0.02
/$US vs UK0.6316-0.0009-0.14
/$US vs CHF0.93220.00180.19


Research Updates (11)

Special Reports (2)
/Iron Ore Overshoots to the Upside
/Stock Analyst Insights: Bears Take A Beating

Funds (5)
/Perennial Growth Australian Shares (5665) Bronze
/Perennial Value Australian Shares (7817) Silver
/Platinum International Brands Global Equities (6643) Silver
/Platinum International Global Equities (4505) Gold
/Platinum Unhedged Global Equities (15362) Silver

Shares (2)
/Iluka Resources (ILU) Accumulate
/Santos (STO) Accumulate

ETFs (0)
There were no research reports published on the previous business day.

Fixed Income (2)
/Macquarie Income Securities (MBLHB) Accumulate
/Macquarie CPS (MQCPA) Hold

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