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The ASX continued its push higher yesterday, adding to the day prior’s rally and building upon Aussie equity’s new 10-year high. The index shrugged off bearishness in Asian ex-Japan stocks, to register gains across all sectors, with the notable exception of telecommunications stocks, which still seem impaired by falls in the price of Telstra, and utilities stocks, which were effectively flat. The day ahead looks a little less rosy for local investors, with the market looking like it will begin to fall in line with global themes. SPI futures are indicating a drop of 30 points at today’s open, as traders eye the weekend with trade war risks at front of mind.