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market wrap PMBY ALICE URIBE | FRIDAY, 7 NOV 2014 12:40PM
The Australian share market has opened slightly higher on positive leads from Wall Street but it's under pressure as two major banks go ex-dividend.
Read more: ANZ, NAB, Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, Wall Street, Economics, AEDT, ASX 200, Atlas Iron, BC Iron, BHP, CMC Markets, Commonwealth Bank, Fortescue Metals Group, Friday, Mr Spooner, Overnight, Ric Spooner, Rio Tinto, Thursday, Westpac
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