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Morningstar Morning Research Update Friday, Feb 8, 2013


08-Feb-2013

Overseas Market Report

It was a tough day at the office, as stocks fell after economic data, earnings and comments from European Central Bank head Mario Draghi.

Initial jobless claims fell 5,000 last week to 366,000. The less volatile four-week moving average dropped 2,500 to 350,500, the lowest level since March 2008. .. Read More

Foreign Equities (08-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
Dow Jones (US)13994-42-0.30
S&P 5001509-3-0.18
NASDAQ3165-3-0.11
FTSE 100 Index6228-67-1.06
DAX 307591100.13
CAC 403601-42-1.15
Nikkei 225 (Japan)11357-107-0.93
HKSE23177-80-0.34
SSE Composite Index2419-16-0.66
BSE Sensitive19580-59-0.30
NZ 504195-17-0.40

Commodities (08-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
Aluminium206120.09
Copper8165-43-0.53
Nickel18107-151-0.83
Gold1671-7-0.39
Silver31.50.41.24
Oil - West Texas crude96.60.00.02
Lead2397-12-0.51
Zinc2140-3-0.16

Currency (08-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
$A vs $US1.02820.00350.34
$A vs GBP0.65450.00410.63
$A vs YEN96.220.170.18
$A vs EUR0.7674-0.0044-0.57
$A vs $NZ1.2349-0.0047-0.38
$US vs Euro0.7462-0.0068-0.91
$US vs UK0.63650.00190.30
$US vs CHF0.9182-0.0081-0.88

Research Updates (11)

Special Reports (0)
There were no special reports published on the previous business day.

Funds (1)
Zurich Investments Equity Income (14474) Bronze

Shares (10)
Australand Property Group (ALZ) Hold
Arrium (ARI) Reduce
Fisher & Paykel Hlth (FPH) Hold
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare (FPH-NZ) Hold
FlexiGroup (FXL) Hold
Mirvac Group (MGR) Reduce
National Aust. Bank (NAB) Accumulate
News Corp (NWS) Reduce
Tabcorp (TAH) Hold
Telstra (TLS) 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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