Share falls are led by a plunge in Bellamy's following a soft sales report, as energy stocks give up some of yesterday's blockbuster gains and bond yields hit new 2016 highs.
An overnight OPEC commitment to trim oil production electrified energy stocks, sending the sector to its best day in eight years and helping buoy the ASX.
Miners suffered a nasty reversal of fortunes, consigning shares to their third day of losses, while energy stocks fell ahead of a key OPEC meeting tonight.
Shares reverse early losses to trade higher, led by buying in the big banks, while Vocus's earnings guidance is poorly received.
Shares fall in a cautious start to the week as a sharp fall in the oil price weighs on energy stocks, while Metcash jumps on results.
Shares extend this week's rally, led up by more gains in the big miners and a rally in Tatts, while banks slip.
Investors are taking profits in miners, as early optimism on the ASX sours amid heavy selling in bonds, while Boral plunges.
Mining stocks hit another gear, powering an ASX rally after iron ore futures extend strong gains and the Dow topped 19,000.
Local shares soar, pushing the ASX above 5400 after record closes on Wall Street and a surge in the oil price.
Shares end the day lower and the Aussie dollar struggles to lift, while Boral announces a big deal.
The Aussie dollar has plunged to its lowest since June and bonds continue to sell off, while Telstra leads gains on the ASX.
Shares recover from early losses, led up Telstra, while a surprise surge in full-time jobs keeps the unemployment rate steady, but the Aussie dollar slips.
The ASX loses its early gains as buying in the banks is offset by heavy selling in miners.
Investors continue to adopt a more cautious tone after last week's buying, as bond proxies continue to fall.
Shares fall, led down by miners and two major banks trading ex-dividend, as investors digest last week's spectacular gains.
The ASX has snapped a four-week losing streak as investors jump into shares after Trump's surprise win.
A surge in mining stocks led a $50 billion recovery rally on hopes a Trump administration will provide an economic boost.
Markets around the world reel on the growing prospect of a Donald Trump victory in the US election.
Selling in the big banks following CBA's quarterly update flattened early ASX gains, ahead of tonight's US election.
Shares enjoy their best day in close to four months as investor mood brightens after the FBI cleared Hillary Clinton.
Shares suffer a third straight week of losses as investors stay cautious ahead of next week's election.
After two days of heavy falls on fears of a Trump victory, investors are slowly testing the waters for buying opportunities.
Shares plunge to a seven-week low, posting losses across the board amid growing concerns over the US presidential election.
Shares slip and the dollar rises after the RBA holds but adopts a slightly more upbeat tone on the economic outlook.
Shares are on track to break a three-day losing streak, while ANZ reveals the sale of its Asian business.
A steep plunge in AMP following a surprise write-down capped a poor weekly performance from the sharemarket.
Another steep sell-off has sent the ASX plunging below 5300 points, as Wesfarmers extends its big slide.
The ASX 200 hit a five-week low with Wesfarmers a low-light amid a broad sell-off, while the Aussie jumped on inflation data.
Shares climb as investors jump into big names as well as oversold ones, while earnings updates see Aconex surge and Bega Cheese sink.
Broad-based selling pushes the ASX below 5400 points, with resources the lone bright spot in a soft start to the week.