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Following share prices closely is vital to succeeding on the stock market, and from beginners to advanced traders, it's important to have easy access to the latest share prices. We provide useful information for a variety of share traders, and especially those trading on the primary Australian stock exchange - the ASX.
Shareprices.com.au is designed to provide you with easy-to-understand information on the process of investing in shares. For beginners, this means guiding you through the basics of how to buy shares, sell shares and how to choose the best shares to buy. The share market, and the stock market in general, can be a daunting place for the new investor, so we've used common terms and kept it all clear and simple.
In the past, shares have proven to be the leading investment for long-term investors on a basis of cost and returns, so it's worth taking the time to learn about share trading and the exciting and lucrative world of share prices.
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 22:49:00 GMT
The British Pound was the only major currency to strengthen against the US Dollar in a holiday-shortened week of trading, but can it continue higher? The high-flying Sterling will need support from the Bank of England to hold near multi-year peaks in the week ahead.
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 22:44:00 GMT
Gold is off sharply this week with the precious metal shedding 1.7% to trade at $1298 heading into the weekend.
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 22:34:00 GMT
A further pickup in market sentiment should continue to fuel the near-term rally in the USD/JPY, but the fundamental developments coming out next week may keep the dollar-yen contained within the wedge/triangle formation as the Bank of Japan (BoJ) remains upbeat on the economy.
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 17:00:00 GMT
Despite the continued and prevalent threat of aggressive dovish policy action by the European Central Bank, the Euro remained buoyant against its major counterparts for the second straight week as volatility strikes every other major asset class around the world expect for FX.
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 03:00:00 GMT
Since hitting a high of $4.75/pound in 2011, copper has fallen 30% to a low of $2.91/pound. Is it time to buy?