Investing.com – Australian shares fell after the close on Thursday, as losses in Australia and sectors sent shares lower.
At the close in Sydney, the stock fell 1.56% to hit a new one-month low.
Among the biggest gainers of the day on the day was BHP Group Ltd (ASX:), which was unchanged 0.00% or 0.00 points and traded at 37.96 at the close. Meanwhile, AGL Energy Ltd (ASX:) was unchanged 0.00% or 0.00 points at 6.87, and Bluescope Steel Ltd (ASX:) was unchanged 0.00% or 0.00 points at 15.99 at the close.
As for the weakest performers at the end of trading today, the share of BHP Group Ltd (ASX:) closed without a change of 0.00% or 0.00 points, and traded at 37.96 levels at the close. AGL Energy Ltd (ASX:) was unchanged 0.00% or 0.00 pips to close at 6.87, and Bluescope Steel Ltd (ASX:) was 0.00% or 0.00 pips at 15.99.
Declining stocks outnumbered advancing stocks on the Sydney Stock Exchange by 0 to 0.
The S Index, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, rose 7.84% to 17.50, a new one-month high.
Gold futures for December delivery fell 0.47%, or 7.95, to $1,667.75 an ounce. Elsewhere in commodity trading, crude oil for November delivery rose 0.78%, or $0.65 a barrel, while Brent oil for November rose 0.71%, or 0.64, to trade at $90.47 a barrel.
AUD/USD remained unchanged 0.41% to 0.66, while AUD/JPY rose 0.73% to 96.19.
US dollar index futures rose 0.86% to 111.29.