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The ASX Listed E-Com Index is outperforming the ASX200, as investors once again find favour with tech and retail.
The ASX Listed E-Com Index has severely outperformed the ASX200, riding on the tailwinds of Kogan. But can it last? (No.)
The ASX Index has been buoyed by Booktopia's share price growth. But after a strong open, others on the E-Com Index are already struggling.
ASX Listed E-Commerce shares are outperforming the ASX200. But in the current environment, is it something that can be maintained?
The high volume of BikeExchange securities traded triggered some questions from ASX compliance. Were the answers enough to satisfy?
In a reactive and highly volatile market, there seems to be (some) level of self-correction, with good(ish) signs from (some) companies.
Adore's share price losses mean it's set to be removed from the ASX All Technology Index, but it's far from the worst performer on the E-Com Index.
In a period that's been marked by volatility, we've seen the E-Com Index stabilise somewhat, with BikeExchange the outlier at -30%.
MyDeal's shareprice leap is to be expected after its Woolworths announcement, but are Adore Beauty and Cettire quietly on the rise?
The E-Commerce Index has experienced a surprise lift in the last week, driven by Temple & Webster's performance on the ASX.