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Daily Buy/Sell signals for Dexus Property

Current buy/sell tecnical indicator signals for DXS from the last ASX trading session:

DXS SIGNALS: 26 May 2018

Indicator

Value

Signal

Bill Williams Market Facilitation IndexGreen DayBULLISH
Volume Rate of Change-98.0000BEARISH
Daily Volume Index136.0000BULLISH CROSSOVER
Accumulation Distribution Line42000.0000BULLISH CROSSOVER
Elder Ray Index0.0020BULLISH
Ease of Movement-0.2680BEARISH
Average True Range0.0150BULLISH
Closing Price0.7800BULLISH
Ulcer Index2.8990BULLISH
Fibonacci Extensions0.0000BULLISH

 

DXS buy/sell signals




Current buy/sell tecnical indicator signals for DXS from the last ASX trading session:

DXS SIGNALS: 26 May 2018

Indicator

Value

Signal

Exponential Moving Average0.7750BULLISH
Range Today Versus Range YesterdayBearishBEARISH
Daily Volume Index136.0000BULLISH CROSSOVER
Detrended Price Oscillator-8.6880BEARISH
Momentum Oscillator-8.8300BEARISH
Pivot Points0.7750BULLISH
Accumulation Distribution Line42000.0000BULLISH CROSSOVER
Demark's Pivot Points0.7763BULLISH
Rate of Change-92.0410BEARISH
Chaikin Money Flow0.3900BULLISH CROSSOVER

 

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DXS buy/sell signals




Dexus Property : Hospitals

var OAS_rdl = ;Soaring demand for “last mile” e-commerce delivery is creating a supply crunch in the key industrial precincts in Sydney and Melbourne – and it’s not just new entrant Amazon that’s shaping demand for suitable warehouse facilities. Several Healthscope shareholders have welcomed the boards move to explore a sale and leaseback of its $1. 3 billion property portfolio, which they believe will force suitors to up their bids for the troubled hospitals operator. Dexus today announced the sale of its trading property at 32 Flinders Street, Melbourne to contribute to FY19 trading profits. Another shareholder said Healthscope has been forced into action by BGH and that was good news for investors. A sale and leaseback will materially increase the fixed cost leverage, altering the risk profile of what is traditionally considered a defensive business. CLSA analyst David Stanton said more likely than not the boards actions would lead to a higher bid. JPMorgan analyst David Low said the Healthscope boards decision not to engage was sound given the conditional nature of the bids and the potential for a bidding war, but he cautioned the company against the sale and leaseback of the property.



 

DXS buy/sell signals




 

DXS buy/sell signals




The market recorded most of its losses on Tuesday when the index fell 42 points as Telstra shares hit a seven-year low, following on from its big loss the week before. The market recorded most of its losses on Tuesday when the index fell 42 points as Telstra shares hit a seven-year low, following on from its big loss the week before. On Thursday, Brazilian mining giant Vale warned that the markets preference for higher quality ore was here to stay. The hit to Australian households wouldnt be too large if oil prices rose to $100 a barrel according to Capital Economics economists. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed 2. 9 points, or 0. 1 per cent, lower at 6,084. 5 on Monday as Commonwealth led the market losses. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 4. 6 points, or 0. 1 per cent, to 6,037. 1 as Commonwealth Bank led the market losses following its appearance at the royal commission. Santos led the market losses on Wednesday after the company announced late on Tuesday that it had rejected the $14. 4 billion takeover proposal from United States giant Harbour Energy, adding that it was also terminated all discussion with the group.

The S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 4. 6 points, or 0. 1 per cent, to 6037. 1 as Commonwealth Bank led the market losses following its appearance at the royal commission. a2 Milk shares fell this week following a trading update that showed forecast earnings were below investor expectations despite an annual rise in revenue of 63 per cent. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed down 28. 8 points, or 0. 5 per cent for the week at 6,087. 4, recording losses in three of the five sessions. Santos led the market losses on Wednesday after the company announced late on Tuesday that it had rejected the $14. 4 billion takeover proposal from United States giant Harbour Energy, adding that it was also terminated all discussion with the group. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed the day up 21 points, at 6084, a gain of 0. 4 per cent, with BHP Billiton, Westpac and Macquarie some of the standouts of Mondays trading session. The S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 4. 6 points, or 0. 1 per cent, to 6037. 1 as Commonwealth Bank led the market losses following its appearance at the royal commission. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed 2. 9 points, or 0. 1 per cent, lower at 6,084. 5 on Monday as Commonwealth led the market losses.



 

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DXS buy/sell signals




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