That big ship blocking the Suez Canal…yeah, it's still stuck there!
The 400-metre-long Ever Given is blocking one of the busiest trade routes in the world, causing severe disruptions to the global supply chain.
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In other news…
International arrivals will resume into Melbourne from April 8, with travellers being tested four times (instead of twice) during quarantine.
Hopefully they've done background checks on the security guards this time!
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Good trading day for PEAK's portfolio company ASX:GED as the stock rallied to a high of $0.012 in today's session.
The ASX 200 managed to string together back-to-back gains for the first time in nine days as biotech giant CSL helped offset a tech sector slide. The index finished 0.2% ahead at 6790.6.
US futures were narrowly ahead at 4pm AEDT, hinting at early gains tonight on Wall Street.
CSL added another 1.4 per cent to close at a three-week high $269.83 and help the health sector lead gains.
Iron ore titan Fortescue Metals ended 0.3 per cent higher at $19.41, but BHP was flat and Rio Tinto dropped 1.6 per cent to $108.
Commonwealth Bank finished 0.2 per cent in front, with NAB also gaining. ANZ and Westpac fell.
Tech was the worst-performing sector – mirroring the fortunes of the Nasdaq – and fell a collective 1.1 per cent. Afterpay dropped 1.9 per cent to $105.46 and Xero fell 1.1 per cent to $122.17.