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Market wrapBY AAP | THURSDAY, 4 SEP 2014 12:50PM
The share market is weaker as investors sit on the sidelines ahead of important economic events overseas.
Read more: Economics, ANZ, August, BHP Billiton, CMC Markets equities dealer Chay Flack, Coles owner Wesfarmers, Commonwealth Bank, European Central Bank, Fortescue, Friday night, Harvey Norman, July, National Australia Bank, Reject Shop, Rio Tinto, Super Retail, Telstra shares, Thursday night, US, Westpac
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