ASX climbs as mood lifts and Brexit stocks lead broad rally.
ASX ends lower, but the worst of the selling may be over (for now).
ASX recovers from early bank-led sell-off to push higher.
Investors dump shares, pound and brace for worse.
The ASX stumbled higher as investors remained cautious ahead of Friday's Brexit outcome.
Wary investors push ASX slightly lower ahead of UK vote.
Shares plot unsteady path higher as resources weigh.
Shares jump in early trade as Brexit fears ease.
Shares break six-day losing streak but slump over the short week.
The ASX completely reversed early strong gains, ending lower for a sixth session.
Investors dump the banks as shares suffer further losses.
More than $30 billion wiped off shares as investors press eject.
Shares are battered, following falls in commodity prices and as investors start to fret about upcoming events.
Shares end the session lower, as weakness in banks outweigh gains in miners.
Shares have clawed back most of the morning's losses, as selling in miners eases.
The dollar soars and share stumble as the RBA hints its happy with current rates setting.
Mining shares lead a broad ASX rally after the US dollar slumps, with Newcrest rising more than 10 per cent.
Shares end roller-caster session higher, but break seven-week winning streak.
Shares extend their June selloff, with banks and health-care stocks leading the way down.
Strong GDP data boosts the dollar but is not enough to reverse a sharp fall in shares.
Upbeat economic data lifts dollar, but shares crumble.
Shares crawl higher amid weakness in banks and miners.
The ASX has jumped to a nine-month high, spurred by the big banks and health-care stocks.
Shares gain in a see-sawing session, as oil nudges above $US50.
Shares surge as investor sentiment flips, Wesfarmers drops on write-downs.
Shares suffer late collapse as Aussie drops on remarks from RBA.
Shares end choppy session lower, with miners and energy stocks weighing the most.
Shares end day and week higher, fueled by some positive company news.
Mining and energy shares slump, offsetting gains in banks, while James Hardie soars.
The ASX falls amid worries over a US rate rise, while the dollar takes a hit from soft wages data.