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Australian equities decline at close of trade
On Thursday, Australian stocks headed south because losses in the Energy, Gold as well as Resources sectors suppressed stocks.
The S&P/ASX 200 dived 0.02% in Sydney reaching a fresh 1-month minimum.
On the S&P/ASX 200 the top notch winners were represented by Speedcast International Ltd, Nanosonics Ltd and Duluxgroup Ltd. They rallied respectively 3.11%, 2.33% and 1.90%.
As for the worst performers, they were such benchmarks as Galaxy Resources Ltd, Whitehaven Coal Ltd and Pilbara Minerals Ltd. They lost 6.63%, 6.18% and 5.63% respectively.
On the Sydney Stock Exchange diving stocks outclassed growing ones by 652 to 583, while 395 stood still.
Gauging the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, the S&P/ASX 200 VIX slumped 7.74% hitting 11.539.
The currency pair AUD/USD headed south 0.03% being worth 0.7965, AUD/JPY went down 0.08% trading at 88.60.
Besides this, the US Dollar Index Futures declined 0.06% showing a reading of 90.60.
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