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BHP Group Results, Analyst Comments: Reporting Season, August 2022

Morgans Senior Analyst Adrian Prendergast gives us an update following a strong result from BHP, with earnings slightly ahead of expectations while positively surprising on both dividend and free cash flow generation. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 19
Morgans AM: Friday, 19 August 2022

US equity markets eked out modest gains, turning positive in the final hour of the session as investors assessed mixed signals from several Federal Reserve officials on the potential pace of interest rate increases on deck for September - Dow inched +19-points or +0.06% higher. The broader S&P500 rose +0.23%, with Energy (up +2.53%) and Information Technology (+0.49%) leading seven of the eleven primary sectors higher. The Nasdaq added +0.21%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 rose +0.68%. Bed Bath & Beyond Inc fell -19.63% (and dropped more than >44% in extended trading) after GameStop Corp Chairman Ryan Cohen disclosed in a filing after the close of the previous session that he’s planning to sell his big stake in the company just months after he bought it.

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Aug 18
Morgans AM: Thursday, 18 August 2022

US equity markets retreated but settled off their worst levels off the session as investors digested the latest central bank monetary policy meeting minutes - Dow fell -172-points or -0.50%, paring an earlier decline of as much as -324-points but snapping a five session winning streak. The broader S&P500 -0.72% at 4,274.04, with Communication Services (down -1.85%), Materials (-1.40%) and Consumer Discretionary (-1.12%) all declined over >1% to lead ten of the eleven primary sectors lower. Energy (up +0.81%) was the only primary sector to advance overnight. The index challenged its 200-day moving average (~4,326) for the first time since April. The Nasdaq dropped -1.25%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 shed -1.64%. ‘Meme’ stock Bed Bath & Beyond Inc extended its meteoric rise, up a further +11.77% overnight. However, the retailer fell over >16% in extended trading after activist investor Ryan Cohen said in a filing he intends to sell his entire stake in the company through his firm RC Ventures.

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Aug 17
Morgans AM: Wednesday, 17 August 2022

US equity markets mixed as investors weighed a pair of strong corporate results from major retailers Walmart Inc and Home Depot Inc against the backdrop of a slowdown in the housing market - Dow gained +239-points or +0.71% to 34,152.01, reclaiming the 34,000 level for the first times since 4 May as it extended its rally into a fifth straight session. The broader S&P500 edged +0.19% higher, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd gained +3.99% even after the company refinanced with a new batch of junk bonds yielding more than 11%. The Nasdaq slipped -0.19%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 dipped -0.04%. ‘Meme’ stock Bed Bath & Beyond Inc continued to soar, rising +29.01% after another wild session that saw the company’s free float turn over 6.5 times during the session.

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Aug 16
Reporting Season Scorecard (Early Days) August 2022: Tom Sartor, Equity Strategist

Senior Analyst and Equity Strategist Tom Sartor takes us through the results and themes so far this August 2022 Reporting Season, with over 25% of the top 50 ASX companies reporting results for FY22. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU #reportingseason #ASX #economy #ausbiz #finance

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Aug 16
Morgans AM: Tuesday, 16 August 2022

US equity markets advanced, shrugging off some underwhelming economic data out of China - Dow gained +151-points or +0.45%, its fourth consecutive session gain and longest winning streak since its six session strong of gains that ended 27 May. The 30-stock index also closed above its 200-day moving average for the first time since 20 April. The broader S&P500 rose +0.40%, with Consumer Staples (up +1.05%) and Utilities (+0.81%) leading nine of the eleven primary sectors higher. Energy (down -1.96%) sat at the foot of the primary sector leaderboard, with Exxon Mobil Corp down -1.79%, Chevron Corp -1.90% and Marathon Oil Corp -2.78%. Tesla Inc rose +3.1%, with Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeting that the electric-vehicle maker has produced more than >3M vehicles, with a third of them made in China. The Nasdaq climbed +0.62%. Apple Inc (up +0.63%) may expand its advertising to more of its first-party apps on the iPhone in an effort to boost revenue, according to Bloomberg. The company generates ~US$4B in annual revenue from its ad business but wants to grow the segment into the “double digits,” according to the report. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 added +0.23%. Bed Bath & Beyond Inc soared +23.55% as the Reddit crowd that made it a meme stock again embraced it. Volume of 127M shares traded was more than eight times the 65-day average of 15m shares per day. The stock has been rallying amid with no real news, but participants on Reddit’s WallStreetBets forum were celebrating the gains. The stock, which has been shorted by many large funds, is up ~200% so far this month.

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Aug 15
Morgans AM: Monday, 15 August 2022

US equity markets rallied into the close of Friday’s (12 August) session to cap another strong week - Dow gained +424-points or +1.27%, The broader S&P500 rallied +1.73% to 4,280.15. The S&P 500 crossed a closely watched technical level of 4,231 points during last Friday’s (12 August) session, meaning the benchmark index has recouped half its losses since tumbling from its all-time closing peak (4,796.56) set on 3 January. A 50% retracement for some signals a bull market. All 11 primary sectors S&P 500 advanced on Friday (12 August), with Consumer Discretionary (up +2.30%), Information Technology (+2.07%) and Communication Services (+2.02%) all rising over >2%. The Philadelphia Semiconductors Index (+2.99%) and Dow Jones Transport Average (+0.49%) also advanced. The S&P500 Growth Index (up +2.06%) outperformed the S&P500 Value Index (+1.41%). The Nasdaq climbed +2.09% to 13,047.18. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 also gained +2.09%.

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Aug 14
Morgans AM: Friday, 12 August 2022

US equity markets erased earlier session gains to settle with modest losses, running out of steam in the closing hour of trading despite another reassuring inflation report - Dow edged +27-points or +0.08% higher. Walt Disney Co gained +4.68% after the media and entertainment giant reported its second quarter result after the close of the previous session, adding more streaming subscribers than expected and announcing plans to launch an ad-supported tier while increasing prices on its current offerings before the end of the year. Investment banks Goldman Sachs Group Inc (up +1.08%) and JPMorgan Chase & Co (+1.48%) also continued to trade strongly. The broader S&P500 dipped -0.07%, with the more defensive sectors (Health Care down -0.71%, Real Estate -0.55%) among the key underperformers overnight. Energy (up +3.19%) sat atop the primary sector leaderboard following a strong session on crude markets. Heal The Nasdaq lost -0.58%. Bloomberg reported late in the session that Apple Inc (down -0.44%) is requesting that its suppliers "build at least as many" of the company's new iPhones as they did last year. The report said that Apple also continues to expect suppliers to build ~220M total iPhones for the year, which is roughly equal to last year's figure as well. Bloomberg noted that the report suggested confidence on the part of Apple executives that the company would be able to withstand economic challenges and still drive strong demand for its devices. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 rose +0.31%.

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Aug 11
Online Sector Preview: Reporting Season, August 2022

Associate Analyst Steven Sassine previews the stocks yet to report in FY22 in the Online sector, including Carsales.com (CAR) and SEEK (SEK). As well as a recap of REA Group, which reported on 10 August 2022. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 11
Why the S&P 500 is worth 4000 points: Michael Knox, Morgans Chief Economist

A peak in core inflation allows an easing of bond yields which together with improved earnings support US equities. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 11
Morgans AM: Thursday, 11 August 2022

US equity markets rallied after a softer-than-expected inflation report prompted investors to dial back their forecasts on the scale of further interest rate hikes in September - Dow gained +535-points or +1.63%, exiting official correction territory. The broader S&P500 +2.13% to 4,210.24, settling +14.8% above its mid-June low. Materials (up +2.88%), Consumer Discretionary (+2.87%), Information Technology (+2.77%) and Communication Services (+2.77%) all climbing over >2.5%. All eleven primary sectors advanced, with six sector logging gains of over >2%. Tesla Inc gained +3.89% despite filings on Tuesday (9 August) with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revealing that Elon Musk had sold ~7.9M shares between Friday (5 August) and Tuesday at prices ranging from US$838.57 to US$911.75 - ~US$6.88B in total. In a tweet, Mr Musk indicated he was done selling, adding: “In the (hopefully unlikely) event that Twitter forces this deal to close *and* some equity partners don’t come through, it is important to avoid an emergency sale of Tesla stock.” Last week, Tesla shareholders approved plans for a 3-for-1 stock split, which will take place 24 August. Trading will begin on a stock split-adjusted basis on 25 August, the company said in a regulatory filing. The Nasdaq rallied +2.85% to 12,854.80, exiting official bear market territory after 107 trading sessions. The technology-centric index is up 20.75% from its 2022 closing low of 10646.10 hit on 16 June, 2022. Meta Platforms Inc rose +5.82% after the Facebook-parent said that it had raised US$10B in its first-ever bond offering. Apple Inc (up +2.62%), Alphabet Inc (+2.63%) and Amazon.com Inc (+3.53%) all rose more than >2%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 jumped +2.95%.

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Aug 10
Morgans AM: Wednesday, 10 August 2022

Morgans AM: Wednesday, 10 August 2022 by Morgans Financial

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Aug 09
Aurizon Holdings (ASX:AZJ) Analyst Comments: Reporting Season, August 2022

Senior Analyst Nathan Lead gives an update on the result for Aurizon Holdings (ASX:AZJ) which was the softer Bulk result, weaker than expected FY23 outlook, Network macro benefits, and the One Rail acquisition. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 09
Morgans AM: Tuesday, 9 August 2022

US equity markets mixed, relinquishing earlier session gains as investors eye a pair of inflation reports later in the week - Dow added +29-points or +0.09%, paring an earlier rally of as much as +306-points. The broader S&P500 slipped -0.12%, with Information Technology (down -0.88%) the key drag and among four of the eleven primary sectors to settle in the red. Real Estate (up +0.70%) and Materials (+0.55%) both rose over >0.5%. The Nasdaq -0.10%. Nvidia Corp dropped -6.30% after the semiconductor company disclosed that it expects to fall well short of revenue expectations for its latest quarter, largely due to gaming weakness (with revenue for this sector expected to fall -33% from a year earlier to US$2.04B and versus consensus US$3.04B). The company expects fiscal second-quarter revenue of US$6.7B, up from US$6.5B a year earlier, but short of both current consensus analyst forecasts, and the chipmaker’s own forecast for US$8.1B. The company also anticipates US$3.81B in data-centre revenue, up +1% sequentially and 61% ahead of what the company posted a year earlier, but slightly below current consensus of US$3.99B. Executives noted that while the data-centre total marked a record, it came up “somewhat short of the company’s expectations, as it was impacted by supply chain disruptions.” Nvidia is slated to report its second quarter result on 24 August. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 outperformed with a +1.01% gain. In merger and acquisition (M&A) news, Global Blood Therapeutics gained +4.32% after Pfizer Inc (+0.61%) agreed to purchase the company that has one of the few approved treatments for sickle-cell disease for US$5.4B (US$68.50 per share). The acquisition continues a string of deals for Pfizer, which is flush with cash from sales of its COVID-19 vaccine and drug and which has said wants to add US$25B in revenue from business-development moves like M&A by 2030. Signify Health Inc jumped +10.97% following a report from The Wall Street Journal that CVS Health (down -0.25%) was planning to make a bid for the healthcare platform.

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Aug 08
Barry Cahill, Managing Director of Cyprium Metals Limited (ASX:CYM) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Barry Cahill, Managing Director of Cyprium Metals Limited, spoke to Senior Analyst Chris Brown about their Nifty Copper Mine Project in Western Australia. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 08
Morgans AM: Monday, 8 August 2022

US equity markets a little weaker on Friday (5 August) after a solid July jobs report undermined recent optimism that the Federal Reserve might let up its aggressive campaign to reign in decades-high inflation - Dow added +77-points or +0.23%, JPMorgan Chase & Co (up +3.03%) and Goldman Sachs Group Inc (+0.84%) The broader S&P500 slipped -0.16%, with Consumer Discretionary (down -1.66%) leading six of the eleven primary sectors lower. Energy (up +2.04%) returned to the top of primary sector leaderboard. Tesla Inc fell -6.63%, with shareholders at last Thursday’s (4 August) Annual General Meeting (AGM) approving a proposal expected to lead to a 3-for-1 stock split and sided with the company on most of the proposals up for a vote. The Nasdaq fell -0.5%. Meta Platforms Inc fell -2.03% and Amazon.com Inc -1.25%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 rose +0.81%. Carvana Co soared +40.07% following the used car group’s second quarter result after the close of last Friday’s (5 August) session.

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Aug 07
Technology & Telecommunication Sector Preview: Reporting Season, August 2022

Senior Analyst Nick Harris previews the Technology and Telecommunication sector stocks under his coverage. These include stocks that have and also have yet to report their results. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 05
Morgans AM: Friday, 5 August 2022

A mixed session on US equity markets ahead of the key monthly jobs report tonight AEST - Dow eased -86-points or -0.26%, The broader S&P500 dipped -0.08%, Consumer Discretionary (up +0.54%) and Information Technology (+0.42%) leading seven of the eleven primary sectors higher. The Nasdaq added +0.41% to a fresh 3-month high of 12,720.58, with Amazon.com Inc (up +2.19%) and Advanced Micro Devices (+5.93%) notable performers. Energy (down -3.60%) was the worst performing sector for a second consecutive session. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 lost -0.49%. Coinbase Global Inc jumped +10.01% after it announced a tie-up with BlackRock (+0.79%) to provide its institutional clients access to crypto trading and custody services.

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Aug 04
Tony Schreck, Managing Director of Pacgold Limited (ASX:PGO) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Tony Schreck, Managing Director of Pacgold Limited, spoke to Senior Analyst Chris Brown about their recent high-grade gold discovery at its 100% owned Alice River Gold Project in North Queensland. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 04
Richard Laufmann, Managing Director of Rex Minerals (ASX:RXM) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Richard Laufmann, Managing Director of Rex Minerals, spoke to Senior Analyst Chris Brown about their Hillside Copper Project in South Australia. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 04
Morgans AM: Thursday, 4 August 2022

Positive corporate earnings releases set a strong tone on US equity markets overnight, lifting the benchmark indices solidly across-the-board - Dow up +416-points or +1.29% to 32,812.50, settling ~9.8% above its 52-week closing low (29,653.29) hit on 17 June. The broader S&P500 +1.56%, Information Technology (up +2.69%), Consumer Discretionary (+2.52%) rising over >2.5% to lead ten of the eleven primary sectors higher. Energy (down -2.97%) was the only primary sector to close in the red. The Nasdaq rallied +2.58%. PayPal Holdings Inc rallied +9.52% after it raised its full year earnings guidance after the close of the previous session, announced a new US$15B share-buyback authorisation, a cost-savings program, and confirmed activist investor Elliott Management had acquired an over >US$2B stake in the financial technology firm. Apple Inc (3.82%) and Amazon.com Inc (+4.01%) both climbed over >3.5%, while Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc (+5.37%) gained over >5%. There were reports that Meta may become the latest technology company to turn to the bond markets in a bid to raise capital. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq are now up ~13% and ~19% respectively from their mid-June lows. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 rose +1.41%.

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Aug 03
Chris Cairns, Managing Director of Stavely Minerals (SVY:ASX) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Chris Cairns, Managing Director of Stavely Minerals, spoke to Senior Analyst Chris Brown about their latest project in Victoria, a high-grade, copper-gold-silver mineralisation, the Cayley Lode, its current progress, and its initial Mineral Resource Estimate results. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 03
Malcolm Norris, Managing Director of Sunstone Metals (ASX:STM) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Malcolm Norris, Managing Director of Sunstone Metals, spoke to Senior Analyst Chris Brown about their current projects taking place in Ecuador, the Bramaderos Gold-Copper Project and El Palmar Copper-Gold Project. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 03
RBA Says Inflation Falls in 2023: Michael Knox, Morgans Chief Economist

More rate hikes are still to come this year, but the RBA is confident they will master inflation in 2023 and 2024. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 03
Morgans AM: Wednesday, 3 August 2022

US equity markets fell as investors eyed US Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan and the latest commentary from Federal Reserve officials - Dow fell -402-points or -1.23%, The broader S&P500 lost -0.67%, with Real Estate (down -1.30%), Financials (-1.07%), Industrials (-1.05%) and Materials (-1.01%) all falling over >1% to lead all eleven primary sectors lower. The Nasdaq slipped -0.16%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 dipped -0.05%. Pinterest Inc jumped +11.61% as activist investor Elliott Investment Management become the largest shareholder of the digital pin-board firm.

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Aug 02
Peter Ledwidge, Managing Director of Mako Gold (ASX:MKG) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Peter Ledwidge, Managing Director of Mako Gold, spoke to Senior Analyst Chris Brown about their current gold exploration projects in West Africa. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 02
Theo Psaros, Executive Chairman of Metallica Minerals (ASX:MLM) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Theo Psaros, Executive Chairman of Metallica Minerals, spoke to Associate Analyst Kyle Williams about the Cape Flattery Silica Sand Project, key catalysts over the next 12 months, and the Silica Sand market overall. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 02
Retail Sector Preview: Reporting Season, August 2022

Senior Analyst & Co-head of Research Alex Mees gives us a preview of the upcoming reporting season, our retail stocks under coverage, as well as key stock picks to look for. Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 02
Morgans AM: Tuesday, 2 August 2022

US equity markets opened August with modest declines, with all three benchmark indices snapping a three session winning streak - Dow fell -47-points or -0.14%, Boeing Co rallied +6.13% to lead Dow gainers after the aerospace and defence giant reportedly cleared a hurdle with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that could allow it to resume deliveries of its 787 airliner. The FAA said it would approve Boeing’s process for validating fixes to each 787 plane before they are delivered to customers, according to an Associated Press report. Separately, The Wall Street Journal reported that Boeing’s defence manufacturing plants will vote on Wednesday (3 August) on a labour contract proposal, which temporarily delays a strike that was scheduled to begin as soon as Monday. The broader S&P500 -0.28%, with Energy (down -2.18%) leading seven of the eleven primary sectors lower. Chevron Corp fell -2.00% and ExxonMobil Corp -2.53%. Consumer Staples sat atop the primary leaderboard with a +1.21% gain. The Nasdaq -0.18% despite a solid session for chipmakers, with Advanced Micro Devices Inc up +2.45% ahead its quarterly result tonight AEST, Intel Corp +1.79%, Micron Technology Inc +1.10% and Nvidia Corp +1.53%. Apple Inc (down -0.62%) raised US$5.5B via the issuance of four series of bonds with ratings of AAA from Moody’s Investors Service and AA+ from S&P Global. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 lost -0.10%. Automotive oil, additives and lubricant maker Valvoline Inc (down -2.70%) it has reached an agreement with Saudi Arabian Oil Co (Aramco) to sell its global products business for US$2.65B in cash.

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Aug 01
Joe David, Managing Director of Elementos (ASX:ELT) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Joe David, Managing Director of Elementos, spoke to Associate Analyst Kyle Williams about their flagship Oropesa Tin Project in the south of Spain, as well as discussing the landscape of the Tin market. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

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Aug 01