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Our team of journalists reports each day (Mon-Fri) on the latest opinions, recommendations, targets and forecasts by the ten leading stock brokers and equity investment advisers in the Australian market.

The Australian Broker Call is made available to its subscribers each morning before the opening of the Australian share market at 10am.



Our tagline 'Offers Unprecedented Insights Into The Australian Share Market' already gives it away. This report combines all the information available in the FN Arena database and makes it accessible in an easy to use monthly pdf report.

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The Overnight Report: Mario Hits It Out Of The Park
The ECB delivered an even bigger QE package than expected last night, silencing the doubters. Dow up 259. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 23 January, 2015
Material Matters: Oil Impact, Mineral Sands, Aluminium and Coal
Impact on miners of oil fall; energy picks; structural changes in mineral sands; aluminium production, prices and inventory up; and gloom for thermal coal.
The Short Report
FNArena's weekly update on short positions in the Australian share market.
S&P500 Testing Key Resistance
Market analysts at FXCM report the S&P500 is testing key technical resistance.
NextDC Ups The Ante
NextDC has signalled it is accelerating data centre utilisation and Moelis reviews the stock as a result.
The Overnight Report: Let’s Get Stimulated
As rates are cut and presses primed across the globe, it's all about the ECB tonight. Dow up 39. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)

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The content of this information does in no way reflect the opinions of FNArena, or of its journalists. In fact we don't have any opinion about the stock market, its value, future direction or individual shares. FNArena solely reports about what the main experts in the market note, believe and comment on. By doing so we believe we provide intelligent investors with a valuable tool that helps them in making up their own minds, reading market trends and getting a feel for what is happening beneath the surface. This document is provided for informational purposes only. It does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation to buy any security or other financial instrument. FNArena employs very experienced journalists who base their work on information believed to be reliable and accurate, though no guarantee is given that the daily report is accurate or complete. Investors should contact their personal adviser before making any investment decision.
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