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The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, fell 0.8% in January 2017. This performance was lower than most major markets, including Hong Kong up 6.2%, Singapore up 5.8%, the US up 0.8%, and Germany up 0.5%. Declines were observed in Japan, down 0.4% and the UK down 0.6%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market were mixed during January:
 Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.5% in January, down on the previous month (0.6%).
 Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) rose in January to an average of 13.1 (compared to 11.9 in December).

ASXGroupActivityReportJan17.pdf

The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, rose 3.9% in December 2016. This performance was lower than some major markets, including Germany up 7.9%, the UK up 5.3%, and Japan up 4.4% but stronger than the US up 1.8%. Declines were observed in Hong Kong down 3.5% and Singapore down 0.8%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market decreased during December:
• Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.6% in December, down on the previous month (0.7%).
• Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) fell in December to an average of 11.9 (compared to 15.2 in November).
LISTINGS AND CAPITAL RAISINGS
• In December 2016, total capital raised was $6.5 billion, down 25% on the previous corresponding period (pcp).
• In calendar year 2016, 133 new listed entities listed, compared to 126 in calendar year 2015. Total capital raised in calendar year 2016 totalled $60.9 billion, compared to $104.9 billion in calendar year 2015.

ASX-Monthly-Activity-Report-December-2016.pdf

ASX advises that Marcin Firek has resigned as a Company Secretary of ASX Limited effective today.
Amanda Harkness and Daniel Csillag continue as the persons nominated under Listing Rule 12.6 for communication with ASIC with regard to Listing Rule matters.

Change-of-Company-Secretary.pdf

The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, rose 1.9% in November 2016. This performance was lower than some major markets, including Japan up 5.1%, the US up 3.4% and Singapore up 3.2%. Declines were observed in the UK, down 2.5%, Hong Kong down 0.6% and Germany down 0.2%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market increased during November:
 Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.7% in November, up on the previous month (0.5%).
 Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) rose in November to an average of 15.2 (compared to 14.1 in October).

ASX_Group_Monthly_Activity_Report_Nov2016.pdf

The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, fell 2.2% in October 2016. This performance was in contrast to some major markets, including Japan up 5.9%, Germany up 1.5% and the UK up 0.8%. Declines were also observed in Singapore down 1.9%, the US down 1.9% and Hong Kong down 1.6%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market decreased during October:
• Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.5% in October, down on the previous month (0.6%).
• Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) fell in October to an average of 14.1 (compared to 14.4 in September).

ASX_Monthly_Activity_Report_Oct_2016.pdf

The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, fell 0.1% in September 2016. This
performance was in contrast to some major markets, including the UK up 1.7%, Singapore up 1.7% and Hong
Kong up 1.4%. Declines were also observed in Japan down 2.6%, Germany down 0.8% and the US down 0.1%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market increased during September:

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Appendix_3Y_Dominic_Stevens_29Sep.pdf

As required by section 251AA(2) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Commonwealth) the following statistics are provided in respect of each resolution on the agenda

ASX_AGM_Results_28Sep.pdf

Pleasing overall performance in FY16

AGM_slides_28_Sep16.pdf

I am Rick Holliday-Smith, the Chairman of ASX.
From my far right we have directors Ken Henry, Melinda Conrad, Peter Marriott and Heather Ridout.
On my left we have our General Counsel and Company Secretary Amanda Harkness, our Managing Director
and CEO Dominic Stevens, and then directors Peter Warne, Yasmin Allen and Damian Roche.
2016 was another strong year for ASX. Your company achieved record financial performance and we
continued to invest in innovation, improve our service to customers and strengthen our competitiveness.
As you all know it's also been a year of renewal, with the appointment of Dominic Stevens as ASX's new
Managing Director and CEO.

AGM_Addresses_by_Chairman_and_Managing_Director_and_CEO_28Sep.pdf

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