Slight losses are expected in early trade on the ASX after US officials warned of continuing economic pressures from the coronavirus.
Shares are tipped to be higher early on the ASX after gains on Wall Street as investors drew optimism from US housing data.
Australia’s share market is set to dip at the opening of trade after increasing coronavirus infections in the US rattled markets there on Friday.
Shares are set to start higher after US stock indices ended more than one per cent higher each, led by gains in bank stocks.
Losses are likely early on the Australian share market after rising coronavirus cases in the US caused many traders there to sell stock.
Share values are likely to rise early on the Australian market after improving economic data helped Wall Street close higher.
Australia’s share market is set to rise in early trade.
The Australian share market is set to begin trade lower as rising virus infections in the US and Victoria concern traders.
A flat start is likely for the ASX after rising coronavirus infections in some US states and Beijing prevented any notable movement of US markets overnight.
The ASX is set to fall at the open after Wall Street indices dropped on rising coronavirus cases in the US and China.