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The ASX was pointing towards opening lower this morning on negative sentiment of a second wave of coronavirus cases globally and an unemployment rate at 7.1% for May, Australia’s highest in two decades.On opening in New Zealand, the NZX50 slumped 0.97% to (read more)
China May vehicle sales and S&P/ASX indices rebalance details in hand. Overnight $A, oil and key non-ferrous base metals lower. Gold higher. Overnight international equities sentiment soured. US equities futures higher this morning. Friday. (read more)
New domestic and international economic forecasts, plus data from China, in hand. US futures lower this morning. Overnight oil, copper, nickel and aluminium higher. Gold higher post-settlement. US weekly new unemployment claims tonight. (read more)
China PPI and CPI 11.30am. Australia lending and consumer confidence 11.30am and 10.30am. Overnight gold, oil and copper higher; nickel lower. US Federal Reserve policy meeting outcomes tonight. Also US CPI. (read more)
Material new data from China and Japan in hand. Key domestic reports due late-morning. Overnight gold, iron ore and base metals higher; oil lower. China-Australia relations deteriorating. (read more)