Our Melbourne EVA jigsaw mats store has proven to be a huge success. Customers all over Melbourne are flocking to the store the purchase they training mats. We have a huge range of EVA jigsaw mats from 20mm to 40mm mats. Ezymats also has 2 colour options for jigsaw mats available in Melbourne. These include blue and red mats and black and grey mats. The black and grey EVA jigsaw mats are available in 40mm at the moment.
The Dow Jones and S&P both received shock losses in late trading as news reports of a shooting in Canadian Parliament entered the market. The news unnerved investors, with the Dow Jones index falling 0.92% late in trade to end the session at 16,461.32. The S&P closed the session 0.73% lower at 1,927.11.
The FTSE ended the trading session higher, led by motor insurers and drug maker GlaxoSmithKline (GKS). Motor insurers were boosted by news of an increase in car premiums and GSK raised its earnings result. The FTSE closed the session 0.43% higher at 6,399.73.
Crude Oil has lost further ground overnight and has closed at a 2 year low. For the second week in a row, data showed an increase in the US Oil stockpiles. Trading for Oil was choppy as dealers and traders tested last week’s low. Inventories of Oil rose 7.11 million barrels, a further 2.7million more barrels than what was expected.
The price of EVA interlocking rubber jigsaw gym mats is still stable thanks to the super competitive pricing from Ezymats. Ezymats is the leading supplier of EVA interlocking rubber jigsaw gym mats in the Australian market. Ezymats are located in Belmore in Sydney’s south-west.
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The falling Australian Dollar is set to effect the price of jigsaw mats. The AUD has fallen by more than 5% in the last 2 weeks and it is expected to fall even more. Although the price of our current stock will remain the same the price of future shipment will need to rise to reflect the new value of the dollar.
The price of 20mm jigsaw mats will go up first as we have run out of stock and have had to reorder. With the 30mm EVA jigsaw mats and 40mm EVA jigsaw mats we will be able to hold off raising prices for the next month as we still have stock on hand. Please secure your jigsaw mats now to ensure that you don’t miss out on our super lower prices.
The ASX started September with a 0.07% rise to close at 5629. This came despite the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealing that corporate profitability declined 6.9% last quarter, the worst reading since 2009.
European shares advanced 0.3% after a swing into the black in the final minutes of trading. The sanctions situation with Russia is continuing to weigh on European investor sentiment.
The US markets were closed for the Labor Day public holiday.
Oil trading on the NYMEX was lighter than usual with WTI crude falling 18c to $95.78 a barrel.
Gold is headed for a quarterly loss after two strong quarters in the first half of the year. Hedge funds cut their holdings again last month, making for a 2.6% decline in the price since June.
We just had a new shipment of EVA interlocking jigsaw mats arrive yesterday. The mats have been unloaded and ready to go. The 40′ container arrived with an assortment of mats including 20mm mats, 30mm mats and 40mm mats. The mats are red and blue just like our existing range. We are also looking to bring in black and grey mats with our next shipment.
Ezymats interlocking EVA jigsaw mats are ideal for a number of applications including cross-training, gyms, aerobics, children’s play areas, judo, karate, MMA, jiu-jutsu and other martial arts. They are easy to store and the unique jigsaw design makes them easy to install.
Our interlocking EVA jigsaw mats start from only $15.00 per square meter and are the cheapest jigsaw mats on the market. The mats can either be picked up from our warehouse in Belmore NSW or they can be shipped Australia-wide. Contact us today for your order.
The ASX closed 0.12% higher on Friday finishing the day’s session at 5,650.50 lifting the index to a new six year high. The local market is expected to open softer this morning off the back of the US markets losing ground on Friday.
The Dow Jones fell 0.22% to 17,001.22 and the S&P500 also dropped by 0.2% to 1,988.40 in Friday’s session. The Nasdaq closed the session up by 0.14% to settle in at 4,358.55 at the close of trading.
Crude Oil fell by 0.33 to $93.65USD/bbl, whilst Gold also finished the session slightly lower to $1,279.20USD/oz.
The price of EVA interlocking jigsaw mats is steady.
The AUD traded in a very tight range against most of its trading partners on Monday. There were no tier one data releases locally or abroad which contributed significantly to the lack of volatility. Today we look forward to the Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes from the RBA at 11:30 AEST. Given last month’s rise in unemployment and strong inflation read, markets are looking for the RBA to explain its decision at the start of the month to keep the cash rate at 2.5%. The price of interlocking EVA rubber jigsaw gym mats is stable.
Aussie shares had a soft day Friday but are expected to open 10 points higher today as reporting season enters its busiest few days. More than 90 companies are expected to release their numbers this week led by a handful of mining heavyweights.
The US markets started slowly Friday but erased losses later in the session as increasing violence in the Ukraine sent commodity prices higher whereas in Europe and the UK the same news damaged markets, erasing the European markets weekly gains in pretty much the final hour’s trading.
Escalating problems in the Ukraine led to oil prices seeing their biggest increase in a month and spurred a rally in commodity prices but in contrast gold fell the most we have seen in August following signs of decreasing investor demand principally from the US and China.
Eva Interlocking Jigsaw Rubber Gym mats supplier Ezymats is monitoring new to see how it effects the market.
The mainland’s economy grew 7.5 percent between April and June from a year earlier, slightly above expectations and quickening from the 7.4 percent pace in the first quarter, reinforcing hopes that a recovery is under way after a flurry of government stimulus measures.
Other data released alongside the gross domestic product report showed factory output rose 9.2 percent in June from a year ago, beating expectations of a 9.0 percent increase.
Fixed asset investment, a mainstay driver of the mainland’s economy, climbed 17.3 percent in the first six months compared with a year earlier, above forecasts for a 17.2 percent rise.
Retail sales rose 12.4 percent in June from a year ago, in line with analysts’ predictions.
China’s economy got off to a weak start this year as unsteady foreign and domestic demand dragged on exports, investment and industrial output, prompting the government to announce a slew of stimulus measures.
Many economists believe more policy support may be needed in coming months to sustain any recovery, particularly if the already cooling property market begins to deteriorate more sharply.