Rise and Shine: What you need to know before the ASX opens
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But first here’s what you need to know.
Today the Commonwealth Bank will be releasing household spending intentions for July. As is usual on a Tuesday we will see the weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index.
Among todays’ earnings being released are SpeedCast (ASX:SDA), QuickFee (ASX:QFE), LiveTiles (ASX:LVT) and Spirit Telecom (ASX:ST1).
The following companies are due out of trading halts in the next 48 hours.
Due out Tuesday:
American Pacific Borate (ASX:ABR) – project financing
Twenty Seven Co (ASX:TSC) – capital raising
Due out Wednesday:
Integral Diagnostics (ASX:IDX) – acquisition & capital raising
Freehill Mining (ASX:FHS) – capital raising
Macmahon Holdings (ASX:MAH) – Newcrest discussions update
Mali Lithium (ASX:MLL) – award of exploration permit
Strike Energy (ASX:STX) – well results
Parkway Minerals (ASX:PWN) – capital raising
Warrego Energy (ASX:WGO) – well results
Pioneer Credit (ASX:PNC) – financial adjustments
SciDev (ASX:SDV) – commercial transaction
Gold: $US1,527.21 ($2,254.29) +0.07%
Silver: $US17.63 +1.50%
Oil (Brent): $US58.96 -0.67%
Oil (WTI): $US53.82 -0.46%
Coal: $US66.90 -0.59%
Iron ore 62pc FE: $US92.88 +0.16%
AUD/USD: $US0.6774 -0.01%
Bitcoin: $US10,303.40 +2.7%
After a positive week last week, the markets began on a sour note. The ASX Small Ords lost 1.11 per cent while the ASX 200 lost 1.27 per cent.
These were the five most discussed stocks among ASX investors on Monday:
$9SP – 9 Spokes
$BLD – Boral
$PLS – Pilbara Minerals
$A2M – A2 Milk
$STX – Strike Energy
Here’s how our sectors performed yesterday:
Consumer discretionary: -1.10%
Consumer staples: -1.06%