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ASX rises, chasing Wall St gridlock rally; NAB profit falls 37% – The Sydney Morning Herald

The ASX added as much as 0.9% on Thursday after Wall Street surged on the prospect of a status-quo US policy environment.



Shares in the firm had risen 1.9 per cent to $2.38 by 11am AEDT.
Overall, with the impact of mall closures in Victoria’s second wave saw comparable like-for-like specialty in-store sales drop 1.9 per cent for the September quarter while comparable department and discount department and larger format in-store sales were up 1 per cent.
The New Zealand portfolio had decline of 9.6 per cent for specialties sales for the quarter after new Government-imposed restrictions for 19 days during August.

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