The S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) is set to rise again this morning with the Sydney Futures Exchange pointing to a 23-point lift at the open. That follows another positive session for international equity markets on Friday.
Here’s a quick recap:
- FTSE 100 (UK): up 0.33%
- DAX (Germany): up 0.22%
- CAC 40 (France): up 0.60%
- Dow Jones (USA): up 0.72%
- NASDAQ (USA): up 0.50%
Qantas Airways Limited (ASX: QAN) could receive some attention today, after it announced it will add non-stop flights from Perth to London in March 2018.
Aged care operator Estia Health Ltd (ASX: EHE) has also entered a trading halt pending a capital raising.
And travel insurance provider Cover-More Group Ltd (ASX: CVO) said it has received a takeover offer from Zurich Insurance Company. The offer is for $1.95 cash per share, 34% above Friday’s closing price.
Sirtex Medical Limited (ASX: SRX) could also receive some more attention today after its shares were crushed on Friday. The shares fell as much as 52% at one stage after a disappointing trading update, although they ended the session ‘just’ 37.2% lower.
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