Market Update – June 2013

Global share markets pulled back in June amid early concerns the US Federal Reserve may soon taper its bond-buying program.

Meanwhile, the Australian share market fell for a second consecutive month, commodities were weaker and the Australian dollar extended its slide against the US dollar.

  • Global share markets weaker
  • Commodity prices continue to fall
  • Global bond yields rise
  • Australian share market lower
  • Australian dollar extends its slide against the US dollar


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