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Morningstar Afternoon Research Update Wed, Jan 23, 2013


23-Jan-2013

Special Announcements
There were no Announcements for today.

Research Updates (16)

Special Reports (1)
/Australian Economic Update - January 2013

Funds (4)
/Colonial First State Global Soft Commodity Share (18164) Bronze
/Lazard Global Small Companies (10701) Neutral
/Perpetual Geared Australian Share (9835) Bronze
/Perpetual Industrial Australian Share (4362) Bronze

Shares (11)
/AMP Limited (AMP) /Accumulate
/BHP Billiton (BHP) Accumulate
/Boral (BLD) Reduce
/Brambles (BXB) Reduce
/Crown (CWN) Hold
/GUD Holdings (GUD) Hold
/IOOF (IFL) Hold
/SkyCity (SKC) /Accumulate
/SkyCity (SKC-NZ) /Accumulate
/Sydney Airport (SYD) /Hold
/Western Areas (WSA) Hold

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

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

Australian Market Report
Wednesday 23 January – The market edged higher on the back of a strong performance by the resources and materials sector. The materials sector was buoyed by a resilient BHP, which put out strong half year production results, sending the stock upwards 1.31%, to $37.06. CPI numbers were also a surprise, as they came in below consensus, leaving many to speculate that the RBA had another rate cut on the horizon.

The All Ordinaries rose 9.20 points (0.19%) to 4,812.10 while the S&P/ASX 200 rose 8.70 points (0.18%) to 4,787.80... Read More

Australian Equities (23-Jan-2013 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/All Ordinaries481290.19
/S&P/ASX 200478890.18
/10-year Bond Rate3.27-0.07-2.10
/90 Day Bank Accepted Bills SFE-Day2.87-0.02-0.69
/3-yr Bond Rate2.71-0.06-2.17

Currency (23-Jan-2013 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/$A vs $US1.05360.00230.22
/$A vs GBP0.66520.00150.23
/$A vs YEN92.910.550.59
/$A vs EUR0.79150.00160.20
/$A vs $NZ1.25300.00260.20

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Scoop Business: NZ Dollar Catches Breath After "Goldilocks" Slump

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Scoop Business: Fonterra Slashes 2015 Milk Payout, Earnings Tumble 76%

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Scoop Business: RBNZ Keeps OCR At 3.5%, Signals Slower Pace Of Future Hikes

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