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Market Report
Date Updated: 10/6/2015 8:11:28 AM
JSE All Share - Daily
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Index Value Move (%) Time**
Dow J. 16 790 +14 (0.1%) 2219 06 Oct
FTSE 6 334 +35 (0.6%) 1729 06 Oct
DAX 9 903 +88 (0.9%) 1745 06 Oct
H. Seng 21 832 -23 (0.1%) 1001 06 Oct
Nikkei 18 186 +181 (1.0%) 0815 06 Oct
All Ords 5 199 +15 (0.3%) 0940 05 Oct
** updated hourly


·         S&P +1.4%, recouped a week’s losses on Payrolls bad-news=good-news.

·         S&P +1.8%, made it nearly a hundred points from Friday’s low, still with Payrolls tailwind.

·         Commodities bounce had legs, and resources led again (Alcoa +9%, Freeport +5%, etc).  

·         But headwinds started to pick up by end of the session. 2yr back above 0.60% (vs Fri low 0.54%) – and 10yr comfortably back above 2%. USD has now recovered four-fifths of Friday’s sell-off.



·         Asia ok, but follow-through more muted than yesterday. China still closed (reopens on Thurs).

·         Japan +1.5% another 2-week high (ahead of BoJ tomorrow). But Hong Kong +0.1%, off early highs (+1.4%). Tencent -0.6%; Glencore looking 111p (vs London close 115p).  

·         Australia +0.3% (vs early high +1.3%), kept afloat by miners. BHP +1.6%, Rio +1.4% both indicate London +0.5%. RBA left rates on hold at 2% as expected. AUD 0.7123 a tad firmer on “crazy” Sydney property prices, according to Governor Stevens at Q&A.



·         Expect AllShare +0.5%. From SA close yesterday, gold unchanged ($1136), plat unchanged ($922), copper -0.7% ($2.34/lb), oil unchanged ($49.40), USDZAR -0.3% (13.57), S&P +0.7%.

·         MDC: confirms talks with Al Noor Hospitals over a possible “combination”, which if successful would be implemented through issue of new Al Noor shares to MDC ie a reverse takeover.




·         8am: Germany Aug Factory Orders (+0.5% m/m)

·         9.30am: Sept Markit PMI Construction / Retail

·         12pm+: US earnings (Pepsi, Yum!)

·         2.30pm: US Aug Trade Bal

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