The market shares in Australia closed occurrences, the S&P/ASX 200 fell by 0.58%

© Reuters. The market shares in Australia closed occurrences, the S&P/ASX 200 fell by 0.58% – the stock exchange of Australia ended the trading Monday falling on the background of negative dynamics on the part of the sectors , and .

At the time of closing on the stock exchange in Sydney fell by 0.58%.

The heads of state and heads of government growth in the components of the index according to the results of today’s trading were the shares of the St. Barbara Ltd. (AX:), which rose to 0,195 P. (10,57%), in the vicinity on the brand of 2,040. Quotes Resolute Mining (AX:) rose 0,120 P. (10,17%), the completion of the trade at the level of 1,300. Paper Evolution Mining (AX:) rose in price by 0,190 P. (9,84%), disabled 2,120.

The leaders of falling of the shares in Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corp (AX:), the price fell to 0,200 P. (2,38%) and ended at 8,190. Share Western Areas NL (AX:) climbed to 0,070 P. (2,23%), in the vicinity of the level 3,070 and Blackmores Ltd (AX:) in the price 2,290 P. (2,17%) declined and ended the trade at 103,360.

On the stock exchange in Sydney the number of the devaluation of securities (0) exceeded the number of in the Plus closed (0).

The index of volatility , which rose on the basis of indicators trading options on the S&P/ASX 200 to 4,92% on the brand 12.762.

Futures on Gold with delivery in February lost 0,53%, or 6,10, reaching $1.152,00 per fine ounce. In respect of other products, the prices of WTI with delivery in February, virtually unchanged of 0.00% and 0.00 to $53,90 per Barrel. Futures on Brent crude oil with delivery in March fell by 0.19% or 0.11, up to the mark $56,74 per Barrel.

In the meantime, Forex-AUD/USD rose 0.24% to 0,7217 and quotes AUD/JPY rose 0.14%, reached 84,34.

The USD-index fell by 0.28% to 102,37.

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