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Market wrapBY AAP | WEDNESDAY, 19 NOV 2014 12:45PM
The Australian share market is trading lower, pulled back by the big miners and major banks.
Read more: Spooner, Economics, AEDT, ANZ, Australian Agricultural Company, BHP Billiton, CMC Markets, Coles, Commonwealth Bank, Fortescue Metals, Harper review, James Hardie, National Australia Bank, Ric Spooner, Rio Tinto, Westpac, Woolworths
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