Australia: stock markets finish lower; the S&P/ASX 200 declined 0.11% Australia: equity markets finished the session lower on Tuesday; the decline of the sectors, public Services, information Technologies, and Industries contributed to this decline.

With the close in Sydney, the S&P/ASX 200 declined 0.11%.

The best performance of the session for the S&P/ASX 200 is to be put to the credit of the title Saracen Mineral Holdings (ASX:SAR) up by 6.06% or million) 0.220 points for a closing price of 3,850. In the second position, we find St Barbara Ltd (ASX:SBM), which won 5,48% either 0,160 points for a close at 3,080. The title Ausdrill (ASX:ASL) completes the top three with an increase of 4.31% is 0,075 points for a end of the session, to 1,815.

Sandfire Resources NL (ASX:SFR) has signed the worst performance of the session, losing 11,17%, equivalent to 0,790 points for a closing price of 6,280. Nearmap Ltd (ASX:NEA) abandons 7,77% either 0,320 points and ends at 3,800. For its part, Dominos Pizza (ASX:DMP) loose 7.23 rate of%, equivalent to 2,830 points for a closing price of 36,300.

The titles in the drop exceeded the number of titles up to the Sydney stock Exchange by 723 values 516 and 422 stable.

The securities Saracen Mineral Holdings (ASX:SAR) has increased and reached a historical high, thanks to an increase of 6.06% or million) 0.220 points to a course of 3,850. The securities Dominos Pizza (ASX:DMP) have decreased and reached a low of 3 years, after a decline of 7.23%, that is, 2,830 points for a course of 36,300.

The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of options on the S&P/ASX 200 has lost 0,93%, reaching 13.265.

On the other hand, the gold for delivery in August gained 1.00 per cent is 14,25 points, to $1.432,45 a troy ounce. Regarding other raw materials, crude oil for delivery in August dropped 0.41% or 0.24 points for a $57,66 per barrel, while Brent crude for delivery in September lost 0,61%, that is, of 0.39 points for a $63,79 barrel.

The AUD/USD pair recorded a decline of 0.06% to 0,6957, while the pair AUD/JPY was down 0.31% to 74,44.

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