European Shares Flat, Hiding Large Moves From Adidas, G4S

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Nintendo bucked the trend to climb 0.6 per cent after Japanese video game news magazine Famitsu reported that a hybrid home console and handheld device that Nintendo released on March 3 sold an estimated 330,637 units in the first three days.

Currencies

Shift in RBA thinking points to rate hike this year, Goldman Sachs says: Markets are tipping a one-in-three chance the RBA will start lifting rates this year, while Goldman Sachs says a move in 2017 is now more likely than not.

Inflation now the real concern for markets after upbeat economic data: A month or so of upbeat global economic data and the financial world seems suddenly high with hope it's just going to get better and better.

Commodities

Trading activity remained thin in the physical iron ore market amid weakness in the steel and futures markets, according to Metal Bulletin. China's ferrous futures largely trended downwards during the day, while the weathervane billet price in Tangshan also fell 30 yuan ($US4.30) per tonne late in the afternoon. There was little buying activity in the seaborne market and at Chinese ports. Some sellers lowered their prices in a bid to move cargoes. A trader in east China told Metal Bulletin that he would be keep to buy Pilbara Blend fines at the ports if prices fell by another $US2 per tonne.

China's iron ore imports rose 13.4 per cent year-on-year in February as prices for the steelmaking raw material continued to soar, MB reported. The country imported 83.49 million tonnes of iron ore last month, compared with 73.61 million tonnes a year earlier, according to preliminary Chinese data.

Seaborne coking coal prices were stable as concerns eased over possible supply shocks in China, market participants told Metal Bulletin. Comments from an National Development & Reform Commission (NDRC) official earlier this week that large-scale supply cuts are unnecessary this year have allayed worries about any major supply constraints on coking coal in China. However, market participants in China are still holding their breath for the official word on whether there would be a cap to the number of working days for coal miners similar to last year's, even as domestic prices start to drop.

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