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Market report

“We had a fairly flat US session overnight, and

that didn’t give us any strong leads over here and

in Asia,” IG market analyst Angus Nicholson told

AAP.

“We did have such a strong performance on the ASX

yesterday.

“Closing above 5,200 is very positive for the

index going forward so, maybe, we might see a pull

back today.”

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banking sector.

All the big four banks were up a little over half

a per cent.

Despite low oil and iron ore prices overnight, the

big miners were seeing some gains, with BHP

Billiton clawing back some of its value in the

wake of the Brazilian mining disaster. It was up

43 cents at $20.85 at 1019 AEDT.

Rival Rio Tinto was up $1.18 at $49.86.

The low oil price seems to have affected Santos

the most. It was down 14 cents at $4.19, while

Origin lost two cents to $5.43. But Woodside

Petroleum gained nine cents to $30.59.

Primary health Care was down 43 cents, or 11.94

per cent, at $3.17 after it said it expected

earnings to be five per cent lower than last year.

But Kathmandu, announcing strong same store sales

growth, reaffirmed its full year profit guidance.

It’s shares were up 15 cents, or 10.2 per cent, at

$1.62.

Locally, in economic news on Friday, the

Australian Bureau of Statistics releases its

National Accounts: State Accounts data, while the

Commonwealth Bank business sales indicator for

October is also due out.

In equities news, Macquarie Telecom Group, ResMed,

AWE, PMP, Slater and Gordon, AV Jennings, Myer,

Automotive Holdings, Capilano Honey and Kathmandu

have annual general meetings.

NEW YORK Wall Street has wobbled and ended a

three day rally after UnitedHealth cut its profit

forecast, offsetting gains in Intel and other

technology stocks.

Data on Thursday appeared to support the Federal

Reserve’s view of a strengthening labour market

ahead of its December meeting. The number of

Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell

last week.

Minutes from the Fed’s October meeting, released

on Wednesday, hardened expectations of a December

interest rate hike and hinted at a cautious

approach after that.

Investors are increasingly looking to what the Fed

might do in 2016 and many are becoming more

cautious, said David Carter, chief investment

officer at Lenox Wealth Advisors in New York.

“We would not be surprised if we limp through to

mid December,” Carter said. “It’s less than a

month away from the Fed decision and I’m not sure

anyone wants to put big trades on before that.”

LONDON European stock markets have rebounded,

hopping onto the coattails of a global rally after

the Federal Reserve suggested a likely US interest

rate increase in December on growing economic

confidence.

Meanwhile, the euro shot up above $US1.07 as the

minutes from the latest ECB meeting didn’t

indicate any radical increase in stimulus that

would weaken the currency.

European “gains petered out throughout the day

after caveated European Central Bank minutes

showed officials deliberated increasing stimulus

in October but decided that low inflation lasting

longer does not necessitate cutting rates or

expanding the level of quantitative easing,” said

markets analyst Jasper Lawler at CMC Markets UK.

“Clearly the removal of the uncertainty around the

US rate hike is seen as being far more preferable

to investors than keeping them at record lows for

a little longer,” said Craig Erlam, senior market

analyst at Oanda trading group.

HONG KONG Asian stocks and emerging market

currencies have rallied after minutes from the

Federal Reserve showed growing confidence in the

US economy, ramping up the chances of a December

interest rate hike.

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