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US stocks fall on poor Q1 growth
By AAP Wall Street stocks have finished lower on news the US economy grew just 0.2 per cent in the first quarter. The Dow more >
Melbourne Cup Strategy 2014
By Michael Knox, Chief Economist at Morgans Economists generally have enough sense to know that they know nothing about horse more >
Market takes a fall as majors drop
by AAP The share market closed lower as a drop in iron ore prices and more companies paying out dividends dragged on prices. Only four more >
Motorists enjoy cheaper petrol
by Savanth Sebastian, CommSecWhat does it all mean?The pump price headed lower over the past week, and is nearing the 8-month more >
Full-time jobs lift but unemployment at a 12-year high
by Savanth Sebastian Jobs losses: Employment fell 300 in July after rising by revised 14,900 in June (previously reported as a 15, more >
Mining royalties
by Michael Knox - Morgans In his first period as Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd introduced the idea of a new tax on mining profits. This more >
Game changer
by Michael Knox Prior to the release of US second quarter GDP on 31 July, the market had a consensus estimate of 3 per cent more >
Petrol prices slide and set to fall further
by Savanth Sebastian, CommSec   Petrol prices slide: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national more >
US market complacency
by Michael Knox The two things that the US market might be worrying about are: first, the end of Quantitative Easing and secondly, more >
Why Australian productivity is better than it looks
by Michael Knox - Morgans I have a fairly positive view of the Australian economy. I have thought that growth would be higher than more >
Strongest growth of tourism inflows in 14 years
by Savanth Sebastian - CommSec Mixed tourist arrivals and departures: Tourist arrivals rose by 1.7 per cent in May while departures more >
Aussie shares close lower
The Australian share market has closed lower, with the big banks and global miner BHP Billiton weighing on the broader market. At more >
Market continues run of gains
by AAP The share market has achieved a third straight day of gains, with miners leading the way. Wall Street provided a positive lead more >
The Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2014
by Morgans Resources stocks range traded through the first quarter of 2014 as choppy commodity prices gave investors little reason to more >
Survey says business is feeling optimistic about growth
More than half of businesses are concerned about the impact the Federal Budget may have on their operations according to the Dun & more >
Cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent
At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent. Growth in the global economy is continuing at more >
Share market breaks its losing streak
The share market has broken a three session losing streak as investors returned to the major banks, and a telco sector where Telstra is... read more >
Third straight fall for share market
The share market has fallen for a third straight session, pulled back by weakness in the financial and energy sectors as geopolitical... read more >
Miners, energy and banks drag shares lower
The share market has fallen after the heavily weighted mining, energy and banking sectors were sold off amid commodity price falls and... read more >
Market overcomes Telstra's big plunge
The share market has eked out a tiny gain despite a sharp drop in Telstra shares. Telstra slumped 7.5 per cent to $4.22 - its lowest... read more >
Share market rises for third straight day
The share market remains at a two-year high after a third straight day of gains, thanks to strong demand for financial and energy... read more >
Shares at 2-year high on security optimism
The Australian share market has hit its highest level in two years amid investor optimism after events in Syria did not escalate and a... read more >
Shares, $A rebound after US Syria strike
Australian shares and the dollar have rebounded after coming under pressure following a shock US missile strike on Syria that caused a... read more >
Miners and banks pull share market lower
The share market has closed lower due to falls by the major banks, energy producers and miners. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 shed 0.34... read more >
Mining, energy stocks push market higher
The share market has gained ground as higher commodity prices fuelled strong gains by mining and energy companies. The benchmark... read more >
$A falls on RBA's house market warning
The Australian dollar has fallen to a three week low below 76 US cents after the Reserve Bank warned of the economic risks posed by... read more >
Shares end stronger after choppy session
Australia’s big four banks pushed the Australian share market into positive territory after a choppy session as investors await a... read more >
Share market ends three-day winning streak
Investors pushed the Australian share market into negative territory as they banked some profits following its strong run over the... read more >
Share market rally stretches to third day
A third straight day of gains is taking the All Ordinaries index closer to a nine year high of 6,000 points, as investors continue to... read more >
Shares rally towards two-year high
The share market is close to a two-year high after demand for the big four banks, energy producers and miners drove a second straight day... read more >
Share market hits a new 2017 high
The share market's benchmark index has risen more than 1.3 per cent to its highest closing level of 2017 as investors put aside their... read more >
Miners drag market as Myer soars
The Australian share market has closed lower after losses among major miners offset a recovery in energy, banks and utilities, while... read more >
Trump tax cut hopes lift Aust share market
The Australian share market has staged an end-of-week recovery as investors rekindle their belief that US President Donald Trump will be... read more >
Share market stages a modest recovery
The share market has posted a small gain as investors recuperated some of the losses from a Wall Street-led sell-off on Wednesday. The... read more >
Trump concerns send stocks tumbling
Almost $30 billion has been wiped from the value of the Australian share market as concerns about delays to US President Donald Trump's... read more >
Iron ore weighs down Aust shares
The Australian share market has closed slightly lower as falls from the major miners and the big four banks offset gains for retailers... read more >

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