The ASX has once again gained ground, with the benchmark index returning above 7500 points and travel stocks among the winners.
The ASX bounced back after suffering its worst weekly decline in almost seven months, with battery materials miners leading the charge.
The ASX was in the green until NSWâ€™s lockdown was extended, but the damage from a 15 per cent iron ore price plunge could have been worse.
The Australian sharemarket is having a shocking week, with sinking iron ore prices dragging down big miners like BHP.
The ASX closed barely changed but would have ended in the green without BHPâ€™s share price slump.
The ASX suffered its worst daily fall in almost two months â€“ but the steep dip was bound to happen after a stellar run.
The ASX closed firmly in the red after ending last week at fresh record highs, with banks and energy stocks among the big weights.
There was plenty of corporate news to digest on a jam-packed reporting season day, but the ASX finished barely changed from yesterdayâ€™s record high.
The ASX has once again set new records, with the benchmark index cracking 7600 points and CBA breaching $1.09 for the first time.
The astonishing rally on the ASX continues, with the local market achieving its fourth record close in the past five sessions.
The ASX looked set to rack up a remarkable fourth straight day of fresh record highs but couldnâ€™t hold on, pulling back to finish flat.
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