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Market Report
Date Updated: 5/25/2015 8:31:38 AM
JSE All Share - Daily
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Index Value Move (%) Time**
Dow J. 18 232 -54 (0.3%) 2232 22 May
FTSE 7 032 +18 (0.3%) 1735 22 May
DAX 11 815 -50 (0.4%) 1745 22 May
H. Seng 27 993 +469 (1.7%) 1001 22 May
Nikkei 20 414 +149 (0.7%) 0828 25 May
All Ords 5 720 +52 (0.9%) 0940 24 May
** updated hourly


·         SPX -0.22% (closed 2126) easier as moc-selling basket suggested some unwind going into long-weekend.

·         US macro in focus as CPI (ex-food/energy) +0.3% vs +0.2% est.

·         Yellen a little more ‘hawkish’ than Fed minutes suggested – indicating a rate increase this year to be appropriate, pace of further hikes to be gradual.

·         USD firmer – the obvious cap on commodities. Metals struggled. Energy related counters tracking drop in crude as WTI -1.32% at $59.92.

·         Retailers and Apparels lower following disappointing eps and weak guidance.

·         RAILS -0.8% behind weak industry data (TRAN -0.81%).



·         Asia this morning: MXAP +0.2%

·         Japan +0.67%: softer YEN the underlying support (121.68). Positive trade data the added push.

·         Hong Kong – closed.

·         Australia +0.79%. Gains across the board (Industrials and Energy related pacing upside). Miners firmer: RIO +1.81%, BHP +0.48% - parities +1% to JHB close. FE higher (+3.54%).



·         Expect JSE little changed

·         From SA close Friday: gold -$2 ($1204), plat -$3 ($1145), oil little changed ($65.32).  

·         ILV: FY adj-heps R1.79 vs sbgs R1.85 – in line with guidance. Strong production out of Zambia ns Moz. Sees tough year ahead – guiding FY 2016 lower : eps/heps to be between  -25-45%.

·         TON: FY heps R945mln (-14.6%). Basic eps at 8.65 vs in line with guidance (10.60cons). Div +5.6% at 380cps.

·         RFG: 1H normalised heps +117% at 36.6cps vs guidance +114%-119%. Plans first dividend for FY Sept 2015.



·         None : US and UK closed.


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