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Morningstar Afternoon Research Update Thursday, Jan 31, 2013


31-Jan-2013

Special Announcements

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Research Updates (14)

Special Reports (1)
/Best Stock Ideas

Funds (4)
/AMP Capital/AllianceBernstein Global Equity Growth (6833) Negative
/Alphinity Australian Share (3566) Bronze
/Greencape Broadcap Australian Shares (14654) Gold
/Greencape High Conviction Australian Shares (14653) Gold

Shares (9)
/AWE (AWE) Buy
/Cabcharge (CAB) /Sell
/iiNET (IIN) /Hold
/Leighton (LEI) Hold
/Pacific Brands (PBG) /Hold
/Perpetual (PPT) Reduce
/Suncorp Group (SUN) /Hold
/Woolworths (WOW) Hold

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

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


Australian Market Report
Thursday 31 January – Local bourses finally ran out of steam after rallying for a little over a week and a half. The market looked to offshore leads to consolidate its gains. Back at home, local housing credit figures indicated growth of 5.2% in the last 12 months. Other notable news included the recoveries of the insurance companies as the Queensland floods disaster began to moderate. QBE gained 1.45%. Losses were had across the board with IT and gold bucking the trend.

The All Ordinaries fell 18.10 points (0.37%) to 4,901.00 while the S&P/ASX 200 slipped 17.90 points (0.37%) to 4,878.80... Read More

Australian Equities (31-Jan-2013 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/All Ordinaries4901-18-0.37
/S&P/ASX 2004879-18-0.37
/10-year Bond Rate3.42-0.05-1.58
/90 Day Bank Accepted Bills SFE-Day2.88-0.01-0.35
/3-yr Bond Rate2.81-0.06-2.09

Currency (31-Jan-2013 / Close) CloseChange% Change
/$A vs $US1.03990.00150.15
/$A vs GBP0.65720.00200.30
/$A vs YEN94.590.200.21
/$A vs EUR0.76590.00170.22
/$A vs $NZ1.24300.00290.23

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