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Market Report
Date Updated: 12/2/2015 8:14:26 AM
JSE All Share - Daily
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Index Value Move (%) Time**
Dow J. 17 888 +168 (1.0%) 2334 01 Dec
FTSE 6 396 +40 (0.6%) 1835 01 Dec
DAX 11 271 -111 (1.0%) 1825 01 Dec
H. Seng 22 470 +89 (0.4%) 0726 02 Dec
Nikkei 19 977 -36 (0.2%) 0707 02 Dec
All Ords 5 305 -8 (0.1%) 0737 01 Dec
** updated hourly


·         S&P +1.1%, popped back above 2100 for first time since early Nov on weak data, soft USD.

·         Nov ISM Manuf 48.6 – unexpectedly contracted for first time since 2012 on inventory glut.

·         DXY back down through 100, provided temporary relief for commodities. Oil briefly back above $45, another small boost for producers.

·         But short-lived. S Arabia minister non-committal in comments to press ahead of Friday OPEC. DoE later today unlikely to show any significant draw.



·         Asia mixed. Japan’s Topix up; Nikkei down. Hong Kong +0.4%; Tencent -0.2%. China +2%, again defying broad trend (no news).

·         But commodities fading again. Oil almost back down to $44. Dalian iron futures -3.4%, indicate spot below $42/t. Aussie Roy Hill maiden shipment likely the culprit – set to add 55mt or 4% of existing global seaborne trade. Copper has given back overnight bounce.

·         Australia -0.2%, weighed by miners. BHP unchanged & Rio -0.8% both indicate London -0.25%.


·         Expect AllShare -0.25%. From SA close yesterday, gold unchanged ($1068), plat -$3 ($841), copper -0.2% ($2.06/lb), oil -1.2% ($44.25), USDZAR +0.2% (14.44), S&P +0.3%.

·         SLM Q3 update due 2pm.

·         PSG has announced accelerated b/build to raise R1.5bn to “facilitate growth”.




·         12pm: Eurozone Nov CPI (+0.2% y/y)

·         3.15pm: US Nov ADP Employment (+190k)

·         5.30pm: DoE inventories

·         9pm: US Fed Beige Book







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