ASX falls just shy of 6500 after glitch
Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 share index fell just short of 6500 today, adding 0.2% after the issue with a glitch was resolved from yesterdays day of trading.
The banks continue to rally hard, quickly heading back towards pre-covid levels as ANZ was up 2.79% while Westpac (WBC) added 2.26%.
Miners, BHP and Rio Tinto (RIO) also enjoyed a green day up 1.42% and 1% respectively.
Gainers and Losers
The biggest gainers on Tuesday were:
- URW +16.3%
- Whitehaven Coal +8.1%
- Viva Energy +6.7%
- Beach Energy +6.4%
- Treasury Wines +5.5%
The biggest declines were:
- Charter Hall -6%
- NEXTDC -5.9%
- Afterpay -5.8%
- Saracen -5.6%
- Ramelius Resources -5.6%
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