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Australian equities edge down at close of trade
On Thursday, Australian shares dived after the close. It’s because losses in the Gold, IT as well as Metals & Mining sectors put pressure on stocks.
The S&P/ASX 200 went down 0.69%.
On the S&P/ASX 200 the best performers included Myer Holdings Ltd, Mayne Pharma Group Ltd and Skycity Entertainment Group Ltd. They ascended respectively 6.08%, 4.88% and 3.49%.
As for the worst performers, they were represented by such benchmarks as Aristocrat Leisure Ltd, Independence Group NL, Independence Group NL and Iress Ltd. They went down respectively 7.33%, 5.62% and 4.06%.
On the Sydney Stock Exchange diving stocks outnumbered rallying equities by 670 to 560. Meanwhile, 357 were intact.
Measuring the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, the S&P/ASX 200 VIX gained 6.70% hitting 12.470.
The currency pair AUD/USD edged up 0.25% reaching 0.7590, AUD/JPY tacked on 0.38% being worth 85.05.
As for the US Dollar Index Futures, it decline 0.12% showing an outcome of 93.11.
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