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Market to open higherBY AAP | FRIDAY, 31 JUL 2015 9:25AM
The Australian market looks set to open higher, despite a mixed lead from Wall Street where the Dow was dragged lower on a disappointing Procter & Gamble earnings report.Read more: US, Dow, Australia, Wall Street, Friday, HONG KONG, July, LONDON, NEW YORK, Procter & Gamble earnings report, Thursday, Federal Reserve, Nasdaq Composite Index, Paladin Energy June, AEST, All Ordinaries index, CAC 40, Commerce, DAX 30, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Dow member Procter & Gamble, Economics, Frankfurt, FTSE 100 index, Germany, Housing Industry Association, March quarter, Mondelez, Nintendo, Origin Energy, Paris, Procter & Gamble results, Reserve Bank, Resmed, S&P/ASX200 index, S&P/NZX 50 Index, S&P 500, Samsung Electronics, Seoul, September share price index futures contract, Shanghai, Sydney, Tokyo, Wednesday, WELLINGTON
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BlackRock will push companies to disclose plans for their transition to a net-zero carbon economy, chief executive Larry Fink stated in his annual letter to company leaders
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The $171 billion sovereign wealth fund increased its cash position to 19.8% or about $34 billion, as it reports a positive year for returns ending December.
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IFM Investors has made a EUR 5 billion offer for a 22% stake in Spanish energy company Naturgy Energy Group.
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Corporate watchdog ASIC was hit with a cybersecurity breach on January 15 that has potentially exposed personal information.
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