Galvan's Week Ahead

Welcome to the Galvan Week ahead report with content supplied exclusively by Galvan. Here we preview the week’s events – both economic and corporate – drawing on the work of the broker’s experienced research and trading teams. It is a mix of fundamental data and technical analysis designed to provide Proactive readers an at a glance guide to what will unfold on the markets over the next five trading days.

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  • Wall Street hits record ahead of U.S. Labor Day long weekend

    2:54 am

    Wall Street hits record ahead of U.S. Labor Day long weekend

    U.S. stocks hit a new record, albeit in thin trade ahead of the U.S. Labor Day long weekend. The S&P 500 added 6.6 points to 2003.37. The ASX SPI 200 is off two points to 5613.

  • Australia’s ASX200 trades sideways

    Fri 7:51 am

    Australia’s ASX200 trades sideways

    Australian stocks closed almost flat today with the ASX200 up just 1.5 points to 5,625.9. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is up .075% while in pre-open markets the Dow Mini is up 15 points to 17,092.

  • Diploma Group builds $167M construction pipeline

    Fri 7:02 am

    Diploma Group builds $167M construction pipeline

    With a construction forward order book of $167 million and a further $110 million of new work currently tendering or being negotiated, Diploma Group has a pipeline for continued revenue growth. This could build on its revenue of $195.3 million in FY2014, up 20% from the previous year.

  • OncoSil Medical funded to progress pancreatic cancer device

    Fri 6:07 am

    OncoSil Medical funded to progress pancreatic cancer device

    The Pivotal Clinical Trial for its OncoSil™ localised radiation therapy for the treatment of pancreatic cancer will be supported by OncoSil Medical’s cash and deposits of $7 million at financial year end. The trial has already received Ethics Approval for its Australian sites and validated its manufacturing process.

  • Wall Street edges higher in thin trading ahead of Labor Day long weekend

    Fri 8:55 pm

    Wall Street edges higher in thin trading ahead of Labor Day long weekend

    U.S. stocks rose today in a quiet session ahead of an extended holiday weekend as the latest in a string of positive data pushed investors to extend a rally that had been briefly threatened by geopolitical concerns. The S&P 500 rose 0.3 percent at 3:45 p.m. in New York. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose less than 0.1 percent, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite increased 0.4 percent.

  • Bombardier touches one-month low as CSeries suffers new setback

    Fri 7:31 pm

    Bombardier touches one-month low as CSeries suffers new setback

    Bombardier (TSE:BBD.B) fell to one-month low after the company's CSeries single-aisle jetliner program suffered another setback when Swedish carrier Braathens Aviation said it would step back from its role as the first operator of the troubled plane. Shares fell to C$3.67, the lowest intraday price since July 31, and were trading at C$3.70, down 2.1 percent, at 2:09 p.m. in Toronto.

  • TSX rises as upbeat data offset banks slump, Ukraine tension

    Fri 5:57 pm

    TSX rises as upbeat data offset banks slump, Ukraine tension

    Canadian shares rose as positive economic data overpowered concerns about increasing tensions in Ukraine and weakness in the financial sector. The benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.3 percent to 15,604.56 at 11:59 a.m. in Toronto. More than two shares advanced for every stock that declined, with eight out of 10 major industries up.

  • Eurocontrol Technics reports narrower H1 Loss, anticipates strong H2

    Fri 5:00 pm

    Eurocontrol Technics reports narrower H1 Loss, anticipates strong H2

    Eurocontrol Technics Group, a Canadian provider of innovative energy security technologies, reported net loss narrowed in the first half of the year, and anticipated a strong second half. The Toronto-based company said in a statement that second-quarter results reflected the third continuous quarter of positive cash flow and net losses continue to decline despite revenues being slightly down.