Australian Stock Market Closed Higher

The Australian stock market closed Wednesday with growth by strengthening the sectors of non-essential goods and services, healthcare and telecommunications services.

At the close on the Sydney Stock Exchange, the S & P / ASX 200 rose 0.14%.

The leaders of growth among the components of the S & P / ASX 200 index on the basis of today’s trading were the shares of Navitas Ltd (AX: NVT), which went up by 0.950 p. (21.84%), closing at 5,300. Quotes Dominos Pizza (AX: DMP) rose by 2.500 p. (5.02%), ending trading at 52.340. Paper Corporate Travel Managment Ltd (AX: CTD) rose in price by 1,050 p. (3.65%), closing at 29.840.

Orocobre Ltd (AX: ORE) was the leader in terms of decline, the price of which fell by 0.230 p. (5.54%), ending the session at 3.920. Shares of Lynas Corp Ltd (AX: LYC) climbed 0.075 p. (4.27%) to close at 1.680, and Syrah Resources Ltd (AX: SYR) declined by 0.080 p. (3.88%) and completed Bidding at around 1.980.

At the Sydney Stock Exchange, the number of lowered securities (625) exceeded the number of shares closed in positive territory (496), and the quotes of 367 shares remained virtually unchanged.

Stock quotes Syrah Resources Ltd (AX: SYR) fell to a minimum, falling by 3.88%, 0.080 p., And finished trading at 1.980.

The S & P / ASX 200 VIX volatility index, which is formed on the basis of options trading on S & P / ASX 200, fell by 1.30% to the level of 14.204.

Futures on gold futures with delivery in December added 0.17%, or 2.00, reaching $ 1,193.50 per troy ounce. As for other commodities, the price of WTI crude oil futures for November delivery fell 0.36%, or 0.27, to $ 74.69 a barrel. Futures for futures for Brent oil for December delivery fell 0.20%, or 0.17, to the level of $ 84.83 per barrel.

Meanwhile, in the Forex market, the AUD / USD pair rose by 0.32% to 0.7126, and the AUD / JPY quotes rose by 0.36%, reaching 80.51.

Futures on the USD index fell by 0.09% to 95.27.