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Market Report
Date Updated: 7/2/2015 8:21:44 AM
JSE All Share - Daily
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Index Value Move (%) Time**
Dow J. 17 789 +31 (0.2%) 1600 02 Jul
FTSE 6 639 +30 (0.5%) 1606 02 Jul
DAX 11 115 -66 (0.6%) 1606 02 Jul
H. Seng 26 282 +32 (0.1%) 1001 02 Jul
Nikkei 20 523 +193 (1.0%) 0828 02 Jul
All Ords 5 588 +82 (1.5%) 0940 01 Jul
** updated hourly

WHAT HAPPENED OVERNIGHT IN THE US:

·         S&P +0.7%, brushed aside Greece noise to claw back another slither of Monday’s losses.

·         USD firmer, but EUR 1.107 fairly blasé - off Tuesday high but still above Mon worst (well above March-April low).

·         US data looking ok; June ADP Employment (237k) beat ests, as did ISM Manuf at 53.5 - finally shrugging off soft patch.  

·         But big bets off ahead of Payrolls later today, Independence Day holiday on Friday – and Greece referendum on Sunday. NYSE’s $27.5bn a 4-day low.

 

WHAT’S UP THIS MORNING IN THE EAST:

·         China -2.5% almost back at Monday’s 3-month low, despite efforts by regulators to entice back investors. CSRC has relaxed margin collateral rules and extended loan terms – after stock exchanges & clearing houses yesterday cut transaction fees, and rumours stamp also to be cut – but herd still heading for exit.  

·         Rest of region ok. Hong Kong +0.4% reopen after yesterday’s hol; Tencent +1.6% indicates another solid day ahead for NPN.

·         Australia +1.4%, on track for 3rd straight gain. BHP +1.4% indicates London +1%.  

 

SOUTH AFRICAN NEWS:

·         Expect AllShare +0.25%. From SA close yesterday, gold -$2 ($1168), plat -$7 ($1081), copper +0.2% ($2.63/lb), oil -0.5% ($62.20), USDZAR +0.1% (12.25), S&P +0.1%.

 

TODAYS KEY DATA POINTS:

·         1.30pm: ECB minutes

·         2.30pm: US June Payrolls (233k), Unemployment (5.4%)

·         4pm: US May Factory Orders


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