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The Australian All Ordinaries Index (AOI), commonly known as the All Ordinaries or All Ords, is a collection of nearly all of the ordinary (common) shares listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

Domestic jobs data was out today which saw the unemployment rate steady at 5.

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The Australian All Ordinaries Index (AOI), commonly known as the All Ordinaries or All Ords, is a collection of nearly all of the ordinary (common) shares listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

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Of the main sectors, only Energy managed to sneak into positive ground. Consumer stocks were under some pressure, none more so than Beacon Lighting which was down more than twenty percent after a trading update and earnings guidance.

Info Tech, Industrials, Telco's and Financials were all soft. Initially lower in opening trade, the All Ordinaries rallied immediately thereafter and extended gains into early afternoon. It eased off some through the afternoon but still closed almost half a percent higher. Miners and Financials were a little higher whilst the Energy sector was down. Generally it was a quite day. Neutral The ASX traded higher today to cap off a week of congestion and minor gains.

Neutral US markets reversed overnight and erased gains from the previous session.