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Market wrapBY AAP | WEDNESDAY, 15 OCT 2014 12:50PM
The Australian share market is higher at noon as bargain hunters step in amid stronger iron ore prices and a solid production report from Rio Tinto.
Read more: Rio Tinto, Mr Spooner, Telstra, US stocks, Economics, AEDT, ANZ, BHP Billiton, CMC Markets analyst Ric Spooner, Commonwealth Bank, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Fortescue Metals, Nasdaq Composite Index, National Australia Bank, S&P 500, September quarter, Tuesday, Westpac
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