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Morningstar Morning Research Update Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013


26-Feb-2013

Overseas Market Report
Stocks were choppy as the market eyed Italian election returns.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished down 216.40 points, or 1.55%, to 13,784.14 on Monday. The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index fell 27.75 points, or 1.83%, to 1,487.85 and the Nasdaq Composite Index lost 45.57 points, or 1.44%, to 3,116.25... Read More

Foreign Equities (26-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
Dow Jones (US)13784-216-1.55
S&P 5001488-28-1.83
NASDAQ3116-46-1.44
FTSE 100 Index6355200.31
DAX 3077731111.45
CAC 403721150.41
Nikkei 225 (Japan)116632772.43
HKSE22820380.17
SSE Composite Index2326120.50
BSE Sensitive19332150.08
NZ 504226120.28

Commodities (26-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
Aluminium1993-11-0.57
Copper7812380.49
Nickel16644-271-1.61
Gold159530.16
Silver29.0-0.3-1.07
Oil - West Texas crude93.10.00.03
Lead2287-5-0.21
Zinc207770.34

Currency (26-Feb-2013 / Close)CloseChange% Change
$A vs $US1.02760.00180.17
$A vs GBP0.67720.00480.71
$A vs YEN94.003.033.22
$A vs EUR0.7853-0.0048-0.61
$A vs $NZ1.2308-0.0003-0.02
$US vs Euro0.7650-0.0071-0.93
$US vs UK0.65910.00330.50
$US vs CHF0.9314-0.0010-0.11

Research Updates (14)

Special Reports (0)
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Funds (0)
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Shares (14)
Chorus (CNU) Accumulate
Chorus (CNU-NZ) Accumulate
Caltex (CTX) Hold
Envestra (ENV) Sell
IOOF (IFL) Hold
Incitec Pivot (IPL) Hold
Patties Foods (PFL) Hold
PanAust (PNA) Hold
Port of Tauranga (POT-NZ) Reduce
Spark Infrastructure (SKI) Reduce
Sky Network TV (SKT) Hold
Sky Network Television (SKT-NZ) Hold
Seven West Media (SWM) Hold
Vector (VCT-NZ) Reduce

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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