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This is curious, have not dug into the details yet.
One thing doesn’t compute right out of the gate, i.e.
“can’t be tracked” yet “contain a chain of ownership”?
Could these give not only fiat currencies but also gold competition?
“Only 21M can be mad…
Generally bullish for the early openers: Kiwis +0.5%, Aussies +1.6%, Nikkers +1.9% and Sth Korea +0.7%.
Financials and Miners, both +2.1% are leading the Aussie market with Consumer Staples having the least gain, +0.7%.
Tentative start for the early openers: Kiwis -0.2%, Aussies flat and Nikkers -0.3%.
Aussie market sectors are ranging from Miners +0.9% to Financials -0.8%.
Yahoo charts still iffy. At this stage Kiwis -0.4%, Aussies -0.9% and Singers -0.4%.
A touch of gloom & doom for the Aussie market: IT -1.5% and Miners/Materials -1.3%. The only green sector is REITS +0.2%.
Dodgy open for the early ones but it looks like it might be up for the day: Kiwis -0.4%, Aussies flat, Nikkers -0.4%, Sth Korea +0.1%, Singers +0.3% and Taiwan +0.2%.
For the Aussie market it’s REITS -1.1% down the most and Miners leading the greens, …
An initial burst for the early openers but it’s wearing off: All Ords +1.1%, Nikkers +0.8%, Sth Korea +0.2% and Singers +1.1%.
For All Ords it’s a rebound for Miners +2.9% and Materials +2.6% with Utilities -0.4% and Health -0.2%.
Buyers are back: All Ords +1.5%, Sth Korea +1.1%, Nikkers +0.6% and Kiwis +0.3%.
All Ords is doing the bounce off a major support but said bounce will probably turn out to be the dead cat variety. Leading the surge are Miners +2.7%, Materials +2.5%, Financials +2.3% and the downers are REITS and Health -0.5% and Consumer Discretionary -0.3%.
A thud for the early openers. Nikkers is doing a catchup after holidays, currently -3%, Sth Korea -2.2%, Kiwis -1.8% and Aussies -1.4%.
In the All Ords sectors, Financials are hurtling south, -2.6% followed by Materials -1.5% and Miners -1.4%. On the upside, Telecomms +1.5%, Gold +1.4%, Health +0.5% and Utilities +0.3%.