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|The Australian market looks set to open lower, following falls in US stocks. The June share price index futures contract was down 17 points at 5,761. The main Wall Street stock indexes were down by about 0.6 per cent on Friday, after a key consumer ...|
|The prospect of further interest rate cuts, plus plenty of bargain hunting by savvy investors, is fuelling the strongest session on the share market in more than a month. Despite weak overseas leads, the market is more than one per cent higher, as investors ...|
|The Australian market is set for a fairly flat open, after US and European markets lost ground on worries about a potential Greek exit from the euro zone. At 0655 AEST on Friday, the June share price index futures contract was down three points at 5,732. ...|
|The Australian share market is trading lower despite gains on US markets overnight. "It (the market) started with a bit of enthusiasm but petered away very quickly," Phillip Capital senior client adviser Michael Heffernan said. He said there appeared ...|
|The Australian market looks set to open higher, after the Nasdaq index on Wall Street bolted to a fresh record peak. At 0646 AEST on Thursday, the June share price index futures contract was up 10 points at 5,750. Locally on Thursday, the Australian ...|
|The Australian share market has opened lower, led downwards by market heavyweight BHP Billiton. IG market strategist Evan Lucas said the Australian market was experiencing a broad-based sell-off. "We've had two positive days off very light volumes," ...|
|The Australian stock market looks set to open lower following sharp losses on Wall Street. At 0650 AEST on Wednesday, the June share price index futures contract was down 30 points at 5,748. Wall Street stocks fell one per cent on a strengthening US ...|
|The Australian market looks set to open slightly lower after US and most European markets were closed for public holidays on Monday. At 0655 AEST on Tuesday, the June share price index futures contract was down four points at 5,722. Paris' leading CAC ...|
|The Australian share market is higher as investors return to high yield stocks, including the major banks. CMC Markets chief market analyst Ric Spooner said stocks were also supported by comments from US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen that the Federal ...|
|The Australian market looks set to open lower following falls on Wall Street on Friday. The June share price index futures contract was down nine points at 5,6732. On Friday, US stocks finished lower after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the ...|
AustralianSuper wants to triple its investment in private credit to $15 billion in next three years, as it announces a new head for the asset class.
The Association of Financial Advisers fears that ASIC's FY21 industry levy will blow out even more than its estimates.
Willis Towers Watson appointed a new lead for its investments team in Australia as the incumbent moves to client consulting.
Property developer ID_Land announced it is getting into private funds management, targeting Australia's high-net-worths.
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