Wall Street closes record

In the united states, the stocks have slightly increased to record levels of gains in consumer discretionary and energy stocks offset losses in the technology heavyweight Apple. The Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 0.18% to 22,158.18, the S&P 500 has increased slightly from 0.08% to 2498.37, and the Nasdaq Composite added 0.09% to 6460.19.

Locally, in economic news on Thursday, the Australian Bureau of Statistics is scheduled to release in August labour force data.

Reserve bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle is scheduled to speak at a business workshop at King & Wood Mallesons in Sydney.

In equities news, Myer is scheduled to post full-year results.

The Australian market on Wednesday surrendered its early gains to close relatively stable, investors are cautious about US inflation data and Australian jobs figures later in the week.

The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 2.1 points, or 0.04 percent, at 5,744.3 points.

The set of All the Bishops of the index has lost 2.4 points, or also 0.04 per cent, to the sale of 5 804.0 points.

During this time, the Australian dollar has fallen against the US dollar which has strengthened in the middle of talking to this long-awaited reform of the tax guidance will be published before the end of the month of September.

The local currency was trading at 79.85 US cents at 0700 AEST on Thursday, from 80.28 Wednesday.