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Australian equities jump at close of trade
On Monday, Australian equities ascended after the close because revenues in the Telecoms Services, Energy as well as Resources sectors supported stocks.
The S&P/ASX 200 edged up 0.07%.
On the S&P/ASX 200 the best performers were Flexigroup Ltd, Metcash Ltd, CSR Ltd. They managed to ascend respectively 4.29%, 4.19% and 3.86%.
The top losers were represented by such benchmarks as Retail Food Group Ltd, Mineral Resources Ltd and Monadelphous Group Ltd. They tumbled 26.14%, 8.23% and 3.18% respectively.
On the Sydney Stock Exchange soaring stocks outnumbered diving ones by 616 to 585, while 379 were intact.
Stocks in Retail Food Group Ltd went down to 3-years minimums, diving 26.14% to 3.250. Equities in Metcash Ltd rallied to 3-years maximums, soaring 4.19% to 3.230.
Gauging the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, the S&P/ASX 200 VIX ascended 3.10% hitting 10.889.
The currency pair AUD/USD rallied 0.27% being worth 0.7529, AUD/JPY grew 0.31% trading at 85.47.
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