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Market Wrap AMBY AAP | WEDNESDAY, 12 NOV 2014 9:15AM
The Australian market looks set to open lower following a subdued performance on Wall Street with both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P500 flat in late afternoon trading.
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