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Australian equities head north
On Wednesday, Australian equities added after the close due to the fact revenues in the A-REITs, Consumer Staples not to mention Industrials sectors supported stocks.
The S&P/ASX 200 managed to jump 0.14% hitting a fresh 1-month maximum.
On the S&P/ASX 200 the best performers included Westfield Corporation, Cleanaway Waste Management Ltd and Galaxy Resources Ltd. They added respectively 13.88%, 8.38% and 6.73%.
Meanwhile, the worst performance was demonstrated by such benchmarks as Mountain Inc, Asaleo Care and Credit Corp Group Ltd. They slumped respectively 6.56%, 4.64% and 3.38%.
On the Sydney Stock Exchange sagging shares supplanted growing equities by 664 to 559, while 356 were intact.
Stocks in Westfield Corporation inched up to 52-week maximums, adding 13.88% trading at 9.680.
Gauging the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, the S&P/ASX 200 VIX rallied 1.10% hitting 10.889.
The currency pair AUD/USD ascended 0.26% hitting 0.7578, AUD/JPY jumped 0.02% being worth 85.84.
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