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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)
There were no special reports published on the previous business day.

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

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)
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Fixed Income (0)
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