The ASX returns to positive territory as the $A dives 1 per cent on bets of another RBA rate cut
NAB results get a thumbs up from investors, who otherwise remain cautious.
Sharp losses in miners and Woolworths drive the ASX lower.
The currency plunges and shares surge as the RBA cuts rates.
ASX closes lower as disappointing earnings weigh heavily on Westpac, pulling other banks down.
Shares overcome a slow start to end the day and the week higher.
Miners and Woolworths help shares climb after a volatile session.
The dollar plunges after quarterly inflation turns negative, but stocks can't hold onto gains.
Big losses in resources stocks put the ASX on track for a second day in the red.
Investors lock in some profits after three straight sessions of gains.
The ASX takes another leg higher and is close to erasing the year's losses.
Advances by mining and energy stocks lifted equities on Wednesday.
Shares ride high as optimism around commodities builds.
Bluechips such as Telstra helps offset losses in banks and resources, as Qantas plummets.
The resources sector starred in the ASX's best week in six months.
The ASX rally rolls on as miners and banks climb again.
Shares jump after banks enjoy a rare second day of gains and miners surge.
Shares forge higher as investors jump back into bank stocks and miners climb.
More selling in the big lenders undermines strength in resources.
The big banks and miners are leading a broad ASX sell-off.
Big banks and energy names lift the ASX.
A rally in energy and miners offsets another poor showing from banks.
Banks drag ASX down again, with falling oil prices adding to gloom, as RBA holds rates.
Weak oil prices undermine early gains from the Big Four, while the dollar drops.
Plunging banks consigned the ASX to a poor weak, while the Aussie hovers at US77c.
BHP and Rio are leading miners and the ASX higher after an overnight rally.
The ASX inches up as air comes out of an early bank rally.
Stocks slump, led down by another sell-off in the big banks.
A blowout in ANZ's bad debt costs is weighing heavily on the big banks.
Shares fall as sentiment remains shaky after the Brussels attacks.