ASX 200 Futures - Dec 21

7,365.5
+65.0(+0.89%)
  • Prev. Close:
    7,300.5
  • Bid/Ask:
    7,364.0/7,367.0
  • Day's Range:
    7,303.5 - 7,390.5

ASX 200 Futures Overview

Prev. Close
7,300.5
Month
_short_2021-09-12 00:00:00
Tick Size
1
Open
7,303.5
Contract Size
A$25 x Index Price
Tick Value
25
Day's Range
7,303.5-7,390.5
Settlement Type
Cash
Base Symbol
AP
52 wk Range
5,764-7,559
Settlement Day
16/12/2021
Point Value
1 = A$25
1-Year Change
24.18%
Last Rollover Day
12/09/2021
Months
HMUZ
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ASX 200 Futures News

  • ASX Starts the Week 0.6% Higher
    • ByInvesting.com-

    By Oliver GrayInvesting.com - The S&P/ASX 200 added 46.20 points or 0.63% to 7,388.80 in early deals on Monday, recouping losses of 0.7% in the previous week as energy companies...

  • ASX 200 Falls 0.2% in Early Deals
    • ByInvesting.com-
    • 1

    By Oliver GrayInvesting.com - The S&P/ASX 200 was trading 4.60 points or 0.20% lower to 7355.60 in early APAC deals on Friday, snapping four consecutive sessions of gain despite a...

  • ASX 200 Extends Gains for 3rd Session
    • ByInvesting.com-
    • 1

    By Oliver GrayInvesting.com - The S&P/ASX 200 was 84.60 points or 1.16% to 7,381.50 higher in early Thursday deals, extending gains for the third consecutive session as investors...

ASX 200 Futures Analysis

  • Burning Down The House

    There are rather too many "Talking Heads" attempting to burn down the House for both President Trump and financial markets at the moment. Reuters reported overnight that an interim...

  • The Day of the Dollar

    The U.S. dollar was resplendent overnight as quarter-end rebalancing flows saw the greenback charge higher against its G-10 counterparts. The rally also left energy and precious...

  • Further Gains Likely

    Originally published by IG MarketsS&P/ASX 200 futures are indicating further gains after the Index rose 0.6% or 34.9 points to 6,050 on Wednesday.The S&P/ASX 200 trend...

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    • 8500
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      • go 8000
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        • cryptstark.com
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          • go 8000
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            • Hi
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          • any suggestions for SLR bull or bear
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            • Could be a good buy. Looks like it found some buying support at the old low of 1.565 back on June 21. I would have stops at around 1.54 just in case.
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          • Any Suggestions for SLR Please
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            • China declares war on USA
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              • where is volume?
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                • Can anyone help me with a chart please? Looking at the S&P ASX200 chart, how can I display %? It would help me more if I could see the % change as the day progresses, is there a way or should I just do the calculations? Unfortunately points don't convey what my brain uses which is course is my problem.
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                  • Try selecting "Chart Properties" (the wheel). Then "Scales" from the drop-down menu and then click on "Percentage"
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                • is ZIP coming back now?
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                  • is ZIP coming back?
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                    • Can anyone explain what asx200 futures is about and how it is different to the asx200?
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                      • Hi Peter - the SPI200 Futures contract in simple terms, is basically the tradable version of the XJO - ASX200 Index. Futures are a derivative product that derives its value from some underlying asset, in this case the ASX200 Index. It's also a 24 hours market (apart from a close from 4:40pm to 5:10pm AEST and 6:00am to 9:50am AEST), so it gives ASX traders an indication of the general direction of the day session ahead. You'll find more detailed explanations online. Hope this helps.
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                      • Sorry - correction - the close is 4:30pm AEST.
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                      • Jeremy Gard Thanks Jeremy, I thought so but was confused by 'futures'.
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                    • menpov
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                      • ASX is stuck
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                        • ASX is stuck here forever
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                          • I bought whc @ $1.55...now too down
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                            • me whc @175...
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                            • coal companies Australia do not have future as per my knowledge ...
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                            • coal companies Australia do not have future as per my knowledge ...
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                          • I bought whc @ $1.55...now too down
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                            • i bought z1p at $14 :( the fomo
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                              • Ouch 😬
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                              • That is fine, will come back sometime this year, stick to thar
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                              • I bought at 12 dollars 💀💀 all g Its shooting back
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                            • Whats the point of looking at futures indicators if theyre 2 hours behind! ASX set to open 20 points down in 10 mins (10am) and youre still showing it up from 8am!!
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                              • Agree
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                              • Futures do not trade 24hrs/day. The overnight session for the   ASX200 index futures close at 7am during US daylight saving and 8am during non-US daylight savings.
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                            • buy at 6780 tp 6833
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                              • buy at 6780 tp 6833
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                                • I disagree, the market is predictable -its just not an exact science it just depends on what your expectations are in line with your skills and capital management - its easy to return 10% p.a for some and for others 100% return is below expectations I know where I sit the onlky question is where do you sit and what kind of return are you happy with and how much capital are you inputting to get there - the rest is just your system -its not rocket science.
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                                  • Stay in and Enjoy your Christmas Bonus.
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                                    • April buy! May buy !! June buy!!! July buy!!!!! August buy!!!!!! September, October and November buy buy buy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why do people keep saying move to cash and crash is coming. 3 words buy buy buy. Or miss out. Up to you.
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