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Nov 1 (Reuters) - Wall Street extended lo es in afternoon trading on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 near a four-month low, weighed down by weak construction spending data and uncertainty surrounding th...
The British pound had collapsed no less than 20 Australian cents, easily the biggest fall in living memory.
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Jan 20 (Reuters) - Wall Street tumbled on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 hitting its lowest since February 2014 and deepening this year's selloff as oil prices plummeted unabated. The stocks rout spread...
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Australian stocks were sold down hard in early trade. A short time ago, the ASX was at 4,883.20, down 104.24 points or 2.09%. The local market followed Wall Street overnight where the S&P 500 shed 2.5...
The local market has dived to a fresh 2-1/2-year low, with the big miners leading the selloff that is now in its seventh day, after Wall Street sold off despite surprisingly strong jobs number
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Last year, steep declines in Chinese stocks were periodically followed by dramatic, if le severe, declines in U.S. and European stocks. On 2016's first day of trading, it's more of the same. Read the...
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The US Federal Reserve has put an end to its historic period of virtually zero interest rates, lifting by 0.25 percentage point
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The analyst at the centre of a global commodity selloff is as surprised as anyone at the savagery of the mining stock slump that followed the publication of his re
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The data is so strong that having women in decision-making roles is good for business and the economy that avoiding diversity is bad business. It's a throwback to and fails to consider the modern workforce and needs of society.
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Bulls and bears and dead cat bounces -- the stock market has its own lexicon, which can be intimidating to the outsider. With all the talk about financial markets this week and to learn what a harp ha...
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While Australia has been feeling the China slowdown for some time, the global threat of a full economic slowdown has started to gather pace in recent weeks, especially after the Yuan was allowed to devalue.
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The Australian stock market opened with a major case of the willies this morning after a bloodbath on global markets overnight. Ric Spooner is the Chief Market Analyst at CMC Markets and he gave u
The sharemarket been pummelled in early trade, slumping to an 18-month low as the big banks and miners are hit. Read the full story at The