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2014/12/18 13:55
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After 2½ years of rising prices, the housing market appears to be running out of steam. After 2½ years of rising prices, the housing market appears to be running out of steam. Statistics show a...
2014/12/18 13:55
2014/12/18 13:55
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2014/12/18 06:20
2014/12/18 06:20
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The Australian dollar took at steep, unexpected dive on Wednesday. The Australian dollar plunged more than half a US cent on Wednesday after thin trade and weak sentiment around commodity currencies...
2014/12/18 06:10
2014/12/18 06:10
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The falling Australian dollar may take expected interest rate cuts off the table next year, National Australia Bank chairman Michael Chaney says. Three out of Australia's big four banks, including...
2014/12/17 21:10
2014/12/17 21:10
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The Australian market looks set to open higher following gains of more than one per cent on Wall Street after the Federal Reserve said it won't rush to raise the interest rate. At 0645 AEDT on...
2014/12/17 20:48
2014/12/17 20:48
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A shocked man takes a picture of a board showing currency exchange rates in Moscow on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters The Russian rouble crisis has set off spectacular moves in currency markets and paved the...
2014/12/16 20:25
2014/12/16 20:25
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Volatility is the word of the day. Photo: Laureen Brabant Local shares are poised to open higher as a rally in global energy shares lifted sentiment in Europe and Wall Street, though volatility...
2014/12/16 19:53
2014/12/16 19:53
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RBA gives first hint of 2015 rate cut The Reserve Bank of Australia has discussed the possibility of a rate reduction next year, but still believes “a period of stability” is the best course. The...
2014/12/16 15:16
2014/12/16 15:16
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The gunman who took 17 hostages at the Lindt cafe on Martin Place, struck the hub of Sydney’s legal and financial community, terrorizing bankers and lawyers buying their morning coffee. The siege...
2014/12/16 10:35
2014/12/16 10:35
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The gunman who took 17 hostages at the Lindt cafe on Martin Place Monday, struck the hub of Sydney’s legal and financial community, terrorizing bankers and lawyers buying their morning...
2014/12/16 04:28
2014/12/16 04:28
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The New Zealand dollar was little changed ahead of the next GlobalDairyTrade auction, the first since dairy exporter Fonterra Cooperative Group slashed its forecast payout for the current season in...
2014/12/16 01:55
2014/12/16 01:55
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The Australian sharemarket is on track for its sixth negative close, as sustained weakness in global oil prices drag on local energy and resources stocks. At 12.05pm (AEDT), the benchmark S&P/ASX200...
2014/12/16 01:06
2014/12/16 01:06
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Asian stocks fell, with the regional index extending declines at a two-month low as the slump in crude oil stoked concern over the global economy. Ruble forwards rallied with U.S. index futures after...
2014/12/16 00:59
2014/12/16 00:59
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An account of the Sydney hostage crisis from the vicinity of the Lindt Cafe Monday morning started off as a normal, bright summer day at Martin Place, the gently sloping civic centre of Sydney which...
2014/12/16 00:15
2014/12/16 00:15
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Asian stocks slid Monday after Wall Street suffered its biggest weekly loss in more than two years following another slump in oil prices. Weak data from Japan and a hostage situation in Australia's...
2014/12/15 23:55
2014/12/15 23:55
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The Australian sharemarket opened almost half a per cent lower as global oil prices slumped to fresh five-year lows, weighing down local energy and resources stocks. At the 10.15am (AEDT) official...
2014/12/15 23:28
2014/12/15 23:28
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Overnight, U.S. stocks finished lower, topping off a wild ride that had the Dow Jones Industrial Average trading in a more than 300-point range on either side of neutral as crude prices came under...
2014/12/15 21:46
2014/12/15 21:46
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Illustration: John Spooner. Monday should have just been another ordinary, but busy, day for the thousands of white-collar office workers, investment bankers in their bespoke suits and retail staff...
2014/12/15 20:17
2014/12/15 20:17
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Hostage-takers are no more than deluded criminals. Could it happen here? That is a question to haunt this country whatever the outcome of the hostage crisis in Sydney yesterday. Some will say it is...
2014/12/15 15:19
2014/12/15 15:19
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AUD/USD may continue to work its way towards 0.8150 (100% expansion) should the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Minutes reinforce the toughened verbal intervention laid out by Governor Glenn...
2014/12/15 14:41
2014/12/15 14:41
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An Iranian refugee convicted of sexual assault and known for sending hate letters to the families of Australian soldiers killed overseas is the armed man holding an unknown number of hostages in a...
2014/12/18 13:55
2014/12/18 13:55
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