After a choppy but lacklustre day due to the US holiday, the Top 200 closed up 0.23%. The banks, miners and CSL led the charge, while consumer staples led the losers

After a choppy but lacklustre day due to the US Labor Day holiday, the Top 200 closed up 0.23%. The banks (steepening of global yield curves), miners (iron ore prices up) and CSL (vaccine deal) were again in lockstep, leading the charge, while consumer staples led the losers. US out-of-session futures point to a soft start in Wall St tonight. Our top three VODs today are:

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