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Aussie stocks burnt in blazeBY ALLY SELBY | THURSDAY, 23 JAN 2020 12:42PM
As Australia burns, so too does the bottom line of our listed companies, with real implications for our retail, insurance, agriculture and transport sectors.
Read more: UBS, Federal Government, Budget, QBE, States, Suncorp, AusNet Services, Australian Tourism Export Council, Bapcor, Bega Cheese, BHP, Boral, Caltex, Crown Resorts, Energy, Flight Centre, GDP, Graincorp, Insurance Group Australia, Monday, Mosaic, Natural Disaster Relief, Orica, Premier Investments, Qantas, Recovery Arrangements, S&P, SKYCITY Entertainment, Spark Infrastructure, Star Entertainment, Super Retail Group, Sydney Airport, Treasury Wine Estates, Virgin Australia, Webjet, Whitehaven Coal
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