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Market Wrap AMBY AAP | WEDNESDAY, 7 MAY 2014 9:05AM
The Australian market is set to open lower after Wall Street dropped on concerns about the US tech sector and disappointing earnings from insurance giant AIG.Read more: AIG, NEW YORK - US stocks, Ukraine, Wall Street, Barclays, CMC Markets UK, HONG KONG, London, Nasdaq Composite Index, Twitter, Wednesday, Economics, Adelaide, AEST, AIG shares, All Ordinaries index, America, April, Asciano, Australian Bureau, Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association performance, Bank, CAC 40, DAX 30, Dow Jones Industrial Average, FTSE 100, Germany, Jasper Lawler, John Mullen, JPMorgan Chase, June share price index futures contract, Linfox, LONDON - Europe, Manila, March, Market Wrap AM, Melbourne, Michael Byrne, Monday, New York, November, Paris, Paydirt South Australia resources conference, S&P/ASX200 index, S&P 500, Seoul, Shanghai, Statistics, Sydney, Taipei, Tokyo, Tuesday, WELLINGTON - New Zealand shares
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New research from the Australia Institute and Quit Nukes shows most major Australian superannuation funds still have holdings in nuclear weapons.
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Australian Ethical has acquired a stake in the newly launched Sentient Impact Group, a boutique chaired by former NAB chief Andrew Thorburn.
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The integration of IOOF's legacy superannuation and investments platform has now finalised.
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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose the acquisition of Sydney Airport by a consortium comprising IFM Investors, AustralianSuper and others.
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