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Market wrapBY AAP | TUESDAY, 25 NOV 2014 12:35PM
The Australian share market has opened higher after a surprise cut to interest rates in China boosted mining stocks.
Read more: China, Commonwealth Bank, Friday, National Australia Bank, Economics, AEDT, ANZ, Atlas Iron, BC Iron, BHP Billiton, CMC Markets, Dow Jones Industrial Average, European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, Fortescue Metals, Mr Draghi, Mr Spooner, People, Ric Spooner, Rio Tinto, Wall Street, Westpac
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