Market wrap - morningBY AAP | FRIDAY, 8 JUN 2007 9:12AM
The Australian share market is expected to fall again following a third day of losses on Wall St, and continued weakness in commodity prices. At 0648 AEST on the Sydney Futures Exchange, the June share price index was down 92 points to 6224.
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