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Morgans is Australia's largest national full-service retail stockbroking and wealth management network with more than 240,000 client accounts, 500 authorised representatives and 950 employees operating from offices across all states and territories in Australia.
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In the increasingly crowded and competitive corporate and financial ecosystem, it’s harder than ever for companies to break through the clutter and be heard. The media, investors, agenda-driven influencers, even customers and competitors, are defining your business story on their terms. Therefore, it is imperative that companies take control and proactively drive the conversation with stakeholders in an effort to build & maintain equity value. In Welcome to the Arena from ICR, Co-Founder & C ...
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Are you looking to make meaningful changes in your life but don't know where to start? Join host Monique Malcolm as she shares practical tips, personal stories, and expert advice to help you conquer fear, overcome overwhelm, and achieve your full potential. Whether you're looking to build new habits, improve your mindset, or make progress towards your goals, Take Tiny Action will empower you to to take control of your life, one tiny action at a time.
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US equity markets retreated following a stronger-than-expected March inflation report that prompted federal-funds futures markets to quickly price out rate cuts for the Federal Reserve’s June and July monetary policy meetings - Dow shed -422points or -1.09%, with Home Depot Inc (down -3.00%) and Intel Corp (-2.95%) falling ~3%. Boeing Co fell -1.96…
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When it comes to climbing the ladder in any industry, being willing to try new things and seize opportunities is your fastest track to growth. Our guest today has built her impressive career and carved out her place in the industry by doing just that. Today we're sitting down with Morgan Brennan, who Co-anchors CNBC's Closing Bell Overtime, which b…
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US equity markets edged higher, rebounding late in the session ahead of key inflation figures for March tonight AEST - Dow dipped -9-points or -0.02%. Boeing Co (down -1.89%) fell for a seventh straight session – its longest losing streak since 3 September 2023 - after the company reported that it delivered 83 commercial airplanes in the first quar…
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US equity markets settled little changed in a subdued start to the week as investors eye key inflation figures on Wednesday night AEST (10 April) - Dow dipped -11-points or -0.03%. Nike Inc (up +1.31%) and Home Depot Inc (+1.17%) both rose over >1%. However, Intel Corp fell -1.89% as R2 Semiconductor filed a patent infringement lawsuit against its …
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Next Monday, I once again get to lace up my shoes and join my friends from the Dana-Farber team in running the Boston Marathon. This year will be particularly special, as both of our sons are also running the race. One of the advantages of being an older member of the team, (and I can testify to plenty of disadvantages), is that you accumulate advi…
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US equity markets climbed on Friday (5 April) after a strong jobs report reinforced the view that the economy remains healthy even as it suggested the Federal Reserve could delay cutting interest rates - Dow rose +307-points or +0.80%. Amazon.com Inc climbed +2.82% as a Wedbush survey showed nearly 60% of respondents intended to increase their spen…
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US equity markets fell sharply amid fresh concerns Federal Reserve's ability to cut interest rates this year against a backdrop of inflationary pressures including climbing oil prices, and ahead of key jobs figures tonight AEST - Dow down -530-points or -1.35%, extending its decline into a fourth straight session and marking the index’s worst daily…
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Inflation tells us why cash rates are where they are, and unemployment tells us where cash rates will be.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
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Inflation tells us why cash rates are where they are, and unemployment tells us where cash rates will be.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
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US equity markets settled little changed following a slew of mixed economic data - Dow slipped -43-points or -0.1%, unwinding an earlier rise of over >135-points to log a third consecutive session decline. Walt Disney Co fell -3.13% after shareholders re-elected all 12 of the entertainment giant's directors at the annual shareholder meeting overnig…
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Introducing a new product into the extremely competitive snack market is not for the faint of heart. To succeed, you need more than a unique product; you need energy, creativity, and a bold approach. Today’s guest has all that in spades. We're sitting down with Jake Karls, who is the first to admit that he's a different kind of business leader, una…
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US equity markets extended their lacklustre start to the new quarter, with the Dow and S&P 500 logging their worst single session performance since 5 March - Dow shed -397-points or -1.00% after falling over >500-points earlier in the session. UnitedHealth Group slumped -6.44% after the government finalised a January proposal to raise payments to M…
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This podcast is partnered with Morgans Financial Limited, Australia’s largest full-service stockbroking and wealth management network.Find out more about Data Zoo - https://www.datazoo.com/Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Ins…
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US equity markets rallied, logging a broad advance in the final hour of the session - Dow rallied +478-points or +1.22%, and is on pace for its best first quarter gain since 2021. Merck & Co rallied +4.96% to be the leading component in the 30-stock index a day after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved its drug (which will be marke…
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Big healthcare challenges demand cutting-edge healthcare products. Today's guest is building strategic partnerships to get ahead of disease and fuel the growth of their company. Today we're sitting down with Chris Hall, CEO and President of Personalis, which trades under the symbol PSNL. In his role, Chris drives the vision and strategy for the com…
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Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox uses the Chicago Fed National Activity Indicator to model the US economy and explain why there is no incoming US Recession. Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Mo…
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Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox uses the Chicago Fed National Activity Indicator to model the US economy and explain why there is no incoming US Recession. Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Mo…
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Thank you Mr Malcolm Deane, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of ALS, for presenting at our latest Morgans Business Breakfast.ALS's analytical testing origins date back to 1976 in Brisbane, with the establishment of a small geochemistry laboratory. Since then, ALS has expanded its services to cover a wide range of industrial and consume…
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Following the Federal Reserve's latest two-day monetary policy meeting, Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox says, "yes the FED rates will fall, but only so far."Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/M…
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Following the Federal Reserve's latest two-day monetary policy meeting, Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox says, "yes the FED rates will fall, but only so far."Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/M…
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US equity markets retreated, with investors eyeing key inflation figures on Friday night AEST (29 March) - Dow slipped -31-points or -0.08%. Boeing Co fell 2.04% as credit rating agency Moody’s said it was considering downgrading some of the jet maker’s debt. Johnson & Johnson added +0.35% amid reports it was in talks to acquire medical device make…
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European bourses settled little changed, with gains for the Oil and Gas sector (up +0.9%) offset by decline for media stocks (down -0.9%) to leave the pan-European Stoxx 600 index (which includes UK equities) just +0.04% higher. Goldman Sachs raised its 2024 year-end target for the Stoxx 600 to 540 from 510, citing possible improvement in economic …
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When I was nine, my father was elected to the Irish parliament and joined the new government. Not long after that, my history teacher, a man of the opposite political persuasion, was expounding on the Norman conquest of Ireland and the attempts of the local Irish clans to wage war against them….”not like the “wage war” we have with the current gove…
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US equity markets were mostly weaker on Friday (22 March) but capped their biggest weekly advance in three months - Dow fell -305-points or -0.77%. Nike Inc sank -6.90% after the world's largest sportswear maker warned that its revenue in the first half of fiscal 2025 would shrink by a low-single-digit percentage, as it scales back on franchises to…
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The benchmark US equity indices rallied to fresh all-time highs after the Federal Reserve signaled that it remains on track to lower interest rates three times this year - Dow rallied +401-points or +1.03% to 39,512.13. Boeing Co gained +3.67% to be the leading performer in the 30-stock index, while American Express Co (+2.81%) and 3M Co (+2.65%) c…
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There are some extraordinary opportunities for companies with the vision and commitment to get behind the energy transition, and today's guest works with one of them. We're sitting down with David Bandele, who has served as the CFO of Hexagon Composites since 2014. The company is headquartered in Norway and trades under the symbol H E X . O L. Thei…
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Following the RBA's recent decision to hold interest rates, RBA Governor Michelle Bullock said, "where we are now is where we need to be." Chief Economist Michael Knox gives his comments on this saying that the RBA are giving us stability for the near future.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog…
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Following the RBA's recent decision to hold interest rates, RBA Governor Michelle Bullock said, "where we are now is where we need to be." Chief Economist Michael Knox gives his comments on this saying that the RBA are giving us stability for the near future.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog…
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US equity markets advanced as investors eyed the conclusion of the Federal Reserve’s latest two-day monetary policy meeting tomorrow morning AEST (21 March) - Dow rallied +320-points or +0.83%, booking its largest one-day point and percentage gains since 22 February. Home Depot Inc (up +2.02%) was the leading performed in the 30-stock index.…
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This week, investors will be focused on the Fed’s second Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting of the year. They are widely expected to make no change in interest rates. However, Fed communications will provide guidance on two important subjects: First, they will update their summary of economic projections and their “dot-plot” forecast for …
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US equity markets retreated on Friday (15 March), with mega capitalisation technology names a key drag and with investors eyeing key central bank meetings this week - Dow fell-191-points or -0.49%, with Salesforce Inc (down -2.96%) and Amazon.com Inc (-2.42%) leading losses in the 30-stock index. Microsoft Corp fell -2.07% a day after closing at a …
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US equity markets retreated as stronger-than-expected producer prices undermined an early rally, and with some major chipmakers recording fresh declines - Dow eased -138-points or -0.35%, with Amgen Inc (down -1.61%), Honeywell International (-1.69%), International Business Machines (IBM) Corp (-1.66%) and JPMorgan Chase & Co (-1.78%) all falling o…
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US equity markets mostly weaker amid selling of chipmakers and ahead of wholesale inflation data tonight AEST - Dow added +38-points or +0.10%, paring an earlier rally of almost +200-points. Intel Corp dropped -4.44% after Bloomberg reported that the Pentagon had pulled out of a plan to spend as much as US$2.5B on a chip grant to the company. McDon…
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If you've been to space and back, you're bound to have an amazing perspective about your own capabilities, and what humans can achieve. Our guest today knows all about that. On this episode, we're sharing part two of Morgan Brennan's interview with Jared Isaacman, recorded in January at ICR's 26th annual conference in Orlando, Florida. If you didn'…
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US equity markets rallied despite mildly hotter-than-expected inflation figures - Dow rose +236-points or +0.61%. International Business Machines (IBM) Corp rose +3.16% following reports that it had notified employees in its marketing and communications division that it’s making cuts, becoming the latest large technology company to trim its payroll…
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US equity markets opened the new trading week mixed amid subdued trading ahead of key inflation figures tonight AEST - Dow added +47-points or +0.10%. Boeing Co fell -3.02% after The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend the Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into the Boeing 737 MAX jet that experienced a blowout on an A…
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Financial reporters and market strategists often argue about whether we are “early-cycle”, “mid-cycle” or “late-cycle”. However, these perspectives are based on an outdated model of how the U.S. economy behaves. In a pure “business-cycle” paradigm, the U.S. economy would, today, be in the late innings of an economic expansion that must naturally en…
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US equity markets retreated but not before both the S&P500 and Nasdaq touched fresh intra-day record peaks - Dow eased -68-points or -0.18%. Apple Inc rose +1.02%, snapping a seven session losing streak (its longest losing streak since early 2022). Meanwhile, the Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into the Boeing Co (down -…
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The Morgans Network was joined by Karen Jorritsma, Managing Director and Head of Equities at RBC Capital Markets on International Women's Day 2024. Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Austral…
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Morgans Senior Analyst Nick Harris gives a wrap up of our stocks under coverage in the Technology, Media and Gaming sectors, following this past earning season. February 2024 results were largely in line with expectations. Services & Classified EPS forecasts were reduced by 1-2%, gaming EPS forecasts lifted by 1-2%, free cash flow for larger FCF na…
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Morgans Analysts Alexander Mees and Emily Porter give a wrap of the Consumer Discretionary sector, following this past February Reporting Season. Investors became more positive towards the consumer discretionary sector over the course of reporting season. The 1H24 earnings performance of the stocks we cover generally exceeded expectations, leading …
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In business, there's success, and there's potential. Success is nice, but true greatness lies in tapping into unseen possibilities. Today's guest has harnessed their business's potential to make a lasting impact on a global scale. On this episode, we're featuring part one of a two-part interview recorded in January at ICR's annual conference in Orl…
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Morgans Equity Strategist Tom Sartor runs through our Reporting Season review with Australian corporates again shrugging another reporting test, navigating slowing demand and higher interest rates to post respectable half-year results in February.See our full Reporting Season Wrap here - www.morgans.com.au/reporting-seasonCheck out more from Morgan…
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Technology stocks led declines on US equity markets overnight, with investors also eyeing Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s congressional testimony tonight AEST and labour market data later in the week - Dow fell -405-points or -1.04%. Apple fell -2.84% after a report by Counterpoint Research reported that the company sold 24% fewer iPhones in …
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