ASX 200 up modestly. Novonix and Regal Partners jump. S&P 500 notches 3-month losing streak. Uranium nears 15-year high.
Macroeconomic News: Insights into Economic Trends and Developments
A broad-based rally on Wall St is pushing up the ASX today after the ASX 200 sunk to new lows this year. Oil prices have dropped as Middle East concerns ease as Israel moves into Gaza without wider conflict.
Fat Tail’s James Woodburn reveals the financial industry’s dirty secret – rising asset prices increase demand. See his case for exploring Aussie mining stocks before the next commodities boom reaches juniors.
The ASX 200 looks to fall over a per cent today as markets fret, while Wall St hits correction territory as the S&P 500 is down over 10% since its July peak.
The Australian graphite sector is lighting up like a Christmas tree and could have further to run since it’s been hammered so mercilessly over the past year. I show you my top picks in the graphite sector to keep your eye on in today’s Closing Bell video…
The ASX 200 was up this morning, bouncing off the new low for this year. Markets remain cautious as strong GDP data from the US combined with Aus CPI data keep interest rates ‘live for the next Central Bank meetings.