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Morningstar Morning Research Update Thursday, Feb 7, 2013


07-Feb-2013

Overseas Market Report

Stocks fell early on debt and political concerns in the eurozone and US budget issues, but managed to close slightly higher after paring earlier losses.

No major economic data was scheduled Wednesday, but corporate news continued to flow. .. Read More

Foreign Equities (07-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
/Dow Jones (US)1398770.05
/S&P 500151210.05
/NASDAQ3168-3-0.10
/FTSE 100 Index6295130.20
/DAX 307581-83-1.09
/CAC 403643-52-1.40
/Nikkei 225 (Japan)114644173.77
/HKSE232571080.47
/SSE Composite Index243410.06
/BSE Sensitive19640-20-0.10
NZ 5042120--

Commodities (07-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
/Aluminium2059-14-0.69
/Copper8208-24-0.30
/Nickel18258-378-2.03
/Gold167840.21
/Silver31.80.00.10
/Oil - West Texas crude96.60.20.21
/Lead2409-38-1.56
/Zinc2143-7-0.34

Currency (07-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
/$A vs $US1.03230.00660.64
/$A vs GBP0.65900.00420.64
/$A vs YEN96.590.640.66
/$A vs EUR0.76350.00140.18
/$A vs $NZ1.22420.00340.28
/$US vs Euro0.7396-0.0034-0.46
/$US vs UK0.6385-0.0002-0.03
/$US vs CHF0.9098-0.0019-0.21


Research Updates (12)

Special Reports (1)
/ETF Investor - 2012 Year in Review

Funds (3)
/BlackRock Indexed International Equity (9154) Bronze
/Hyperion Australian Growth Companies (3344) Bronze
/Ironbark Karara Australian Share (14110) Silver

Shares (8)
/Atlas Iron (AGO) /Hold
/Asciano (AIO) Hold
/Carsales.com (CRZ) /Reduce
/Independence Group (IGO) Hold
/Myer Holdings (MYR) /Reduce
/Primary Health Care (PRY) Reduce
/REA Group (REA) Reduce
/WorleyParsons (WOR) Hold

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

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

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