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CommSec Market Update is the podcast that will help you to stay ahead of the trends with daily expert commentary as the market opens and closes. Whether you are invested in the stock market, or just looking to get started, join the team from Australia’s leading online broker and follow the changes as they happen. The content in this podcast is prepared, approved and distributed in Australia by Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFSL 238814. The information does not take into ...
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The Cyber Cookie

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Welcome to ”The Cyber Cookie,” the go-to podcast for all things related to Cyber Security and Data Protection. Produced by CommSec, a renowned name in the field of security and communication, this podcast is tailored for those looking to stay abreast of the latest trends, threats, and solutions in the ever-evolving world of cyber security.Hosted by a team of seasoned experts, ”The Cyber Cookie” breaks down complex issues into easily digestible episodes, guiding listeners through the intricat ...
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US stocks reached new highs as inflation fears eased, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq showing modest gains despite a slight drop in the Dow Jones. Lower inflation, indicated by flat consumer prices and declining producer prices, provided relief. However, industrial shares lagged due to economic slowdown concerns. In Europe, political instability and au…
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It is the first lift of the week for the Aussie market, though it has not fully rebounded from the last two challenging days. Join Laura and Stevie as they discuss the busy 24 hours that has been, including the latest US inflation rate report, the surprise from the US Federal Reserve's rate cut decision, the performance of companies such as ASX, Bu…
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US stocks surged to record highs due to lower-than-expected inflation figures, leading to optimism in the market. The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ were up, while the Dow Jones lagged slightly. Inflation data showed minimal monthly increases, the slowest since August 2021, suggesting progress in controlling inflation. The Federal Reserve maintained intere…
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Join Laura and Stevie as they take a look at the markets nervous start to the week. Two consecutive days of declines, ahead of two high risk events tonight. Why did consumer confidence just hit its lowest level all year? Judo Capital Holdings saw gains after the ASX quarterly rebalance placed it in the top 200. The content in this podcast is prepar…
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Aussie shares are predicted to decline ahead of key inflation data from the US and China, meanwhile a significant $39 billion US bond auction sparked speculation about potential Fed rate cuts. Tech stocks, particularly Apple, saw gains amid new AI features while in Europe, political uncertainties led to notable market declines, especially in bankin…
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Today's Cyber Cookie was recorded live on June 6th at the Castleknock Hotel, in front of over 50 IT leaders hungry for knowledge. The energy in the room was electric, reflecting the high demand for information and clarity on today's critical topic. CommSec's very own founder, David McNamara, is back on the show to help us demystify NIS2. This EU di…
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After the best week of the year, last week, markets have taken a nose dive. What is contributing to this decline? Join Laura and Stevie as they unpack the Australian stock market's rough start to the week, with the ASX 200 down by close to 1.5%. Gold Miners took the biggest hits with declines close to 5.5%, the worst session for Gold Miners as a gr…
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US investors remain cautious as they await critical inflation data and a Federal Reserve decision on interest rates, which are anticipated to remain unchanged this week. Last Friday’s stronger-than-expected US jobs report highlighted the resilience of the labor market, raising doubts about potential rate cuts in September. Major US stock indices sa…
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The Aussie market heads into the close on track to be the best week of the year. Laura and Stevie unpack this third straight day of gains as we hover near record highs and look at the part that international interest rate cuts played in this shift higher. Company news has been light today but energy stocks have seen some significant moves which the…
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Tom and Ryan are back for your Friday morning. The big news overnight, the Europeans cut rates. Although, it may be seen as a reluctant move. Wall Street takes a breather ahead of key jobs numbers and Aussie shares expected to open higher to end the week. The content in this podcast is prepared, approved and distributed in Australia by Commonwealth…
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Laura and Stevie are back today to unpack what they are calling a ‘cracker of a session’. The market is set to snap two weeks of losses as international rate cuts lift the mood for investors - a move which could spark discussions around local interest rate cuts. All sectors were higher today, they discuss the stocks that saw the most significant ga…
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Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss new record highs on Wall Street. Hewlett Packard has been a standout overnight with strong gains, while Nvidia continued its AI driven run. Aussie shares are poised to rise, as the Bank of Canada bolsters hopes for global rate cuts. And it's that time of the year where our performance reviews are being submitted so…
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The market saw a drop yesterday but today recouped those losses. Laura and Stevie unpack how data that differed from what analysts were expecting played a part in this shift and how this data could impact the next RBA meeting. Interest rates are back in discussion, each of the sectors are looked at as mining and technology stocks continue to take a…
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Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss Wall Street's recovery on the back of softer employment figures, and the pressure on Aussie shares due to declining commodity prices. As the 5th of June unfolds, they delve into the implications of the Jolt Survey results, revealing the lowest level of US job openings in over three years, and what this means for th…
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The Aussie market has taken a breath following a couple of days of impressive gains. Laura and Stevie put mining and energy stocks under the microscope today as oil prices fell to their lowest in some time. Iron ore also has taken a tumble while gold miners are on the increase. They discuss the stocks that stood out today and look to the likely mar…
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Join Tom and Ryan as they analyse a challenging start to the new month on Wall Street, driven by a moderation in U.S. manufacturing and expectations for rate cuts by the Federal Reserve. The Dow Jones dipped by 0.5%, while the S&P 500 hovered just below the positive line, and the NASDAQ managed a modest gain of 0.3%. There was a fall in oil prices …
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The first trading day of the month started off with some solid improvements today. Laura and Stevie unpack the international stocks that saw big moves across last month, and reflect on our local performance which has seen more timid growth. They look at the performance of each of the sectors, why Lovisa shares took a tumble, the factors that impact…
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Wall Street surged with the Dow Jones up 1.5%, its best session since last November, following benign inflation figures, while the S&P 500 rose 0.8% and the NASDAQ ended slightly negative. U.S. inflation data showed modest increases, easing concerns and prompting modest bond yield declines. European markets were buoyed by the positive U.S. inflatio…
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