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Morgans is Australia's largest national full-service retail stockbroking and wealth management network with more than 240,000 client accounts, 500 authorised representatives and 950 employees operating from offices across all states and territories in Australia.

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Morgans is Australia's largest national full-service retail stockbroking and wealth management network with more than 240,000 client accounts, 500 authorised representatives and 950 employees operating from offices across all states and territories in Australia.

    Morgans AM: Wednesday 29 January 2020

    Morgans AM: Wednesday 29 January 2020

    US equity markets bounced back from two days of sharp falls, with Apple Inc leading the recovery  - Dow up +187-points or +0.65% , snapping a five session losing streak. Apple Inc (up +2.8% in regular trading)and Goldman Sachs Inc (+1.86%) were the leading index performers. The broader S&P500 +1.01%, with Information Technology (up +1.87%) and Financials (+1.13%) leading a broad-based rebound that saw all eleven primary sectors close higher. The technology-centric NASDAQ +1.43%, largely recovering from is biggest single session decline since 23 August last year (down -1.90%) a day earlier.

    • 4 min
    Morgans AM: Tuesday 28 January 2020

    Morgans AM: Tuesday 28 January 2020

    US equity markets ended last week on the back foot as concerns around the spread of the coronavirus rattled investor sentiment  - Dow tumbled -454-points or -1.57%, extending its decline into a fifth straight session logging its worst single session decline since 2 October last year. The index also wiped out its gains for the calendar year. Caterpillar Inc, a bellwether for global growth, fell 3.3% The broader S&P500 also lost -1.57% to record its worst one day drop since 8 October, 2019. The technology-centric NASDAQ shed -1.89%, logging its worst daily fall since 23 August last year. Last Friday (24 January), the  Dow fell -170-points or -0.58%.  Boeing Co recovered from early falls to end +1.7 % higher after a report the aircraft maker may make further cuts to its 787 Dreamliner production. The broader S&P500 lost -0.90%. Airlines were under pressure, with United Airlines Holdings Inc losing -3.5% and American Airlines Group Inc -4% on concern the spread of the virus will limit demand for air travel and tourism NASDAQ -0.93%. Intel Corp jumped +8.13% after the chipmaker reported fourth-quarter earnings after the closing bell last Thursday (23 January) that beat expectations following an upswing in personal-computer shipments and robust demand for chips to power data centres.  For the week, the Dow lost -1.22% and S&P500 -1.03%. The Nasdaq lost -0.79% to snap an six week winning streak.

    • 5 min
    Under The Microscope: Weekly Wrap Week Ending 24 January 2020

    Under The Microscope: Weekly Wrap Week Ending 24 January 2020

    Morgans analysts Scott Power and Iain Wilkie close out another week with a rundown of the ASX listed healthcare index, outline some key catalysts to look forward to, and list a number of names to watch out for.

    • 6 min
    Morgans AM: Friday 24 January 2020

    Morgans AM: Friday 24 January 2020

    US Stocks closed little changed on Thursday, recovering most of their losses from earlier in the session, after the World Health Organization quelled some of the fears around the deadly coronavirus. The Dow ended the day down -26.18 points or -0.09% recovering from a fall of more than 200 points. The broader S&P500 gained +0.11% while the NASDAQ rose +0.2%.

    • 4 min
    Under the microscope: Medlab Clinical (ASX:MDC) Sean Hall, CEO & Founder

    Under the microscope: Medlab Clinical (ASX:MDC) Sean Hall, CEO & Founder

    Morgans Analyst Iain Wilkie chats to Sean Hall, CEO of Medlab (MDC) to update progress on the company and its clinical programs.

    • 14 min
    Morgans AM: Thursday 23 January 2020

    Morgans AM: Thursday 23 January 2020

    U.S. markets ended a volatile session along the flatline on Wednesday despite gains from IBM that lifted the overall technology sector. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 10 points, or less than 0.1%. Earlier in the day, the Dow was up more than 120 points. The S&P 500 added less than 0.1%. it also reached an intraday record. The Nasdaq Composite notched an intraday all-time high as well, advancing 0.1%.

    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

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