Mon, Apr 21, 2014, 6:54 AM AEST - Australia Markets closed for Easter Monday
Sina Weibo, China's answer to Twitter, debuted with a 19.1 per cent jump despite an IPO that went out undersubscribed and low…
The Australian dollar has drifted lower as a boost from speculation of stimulus measures in China wore off, while activity was low ahead of the Easter holiday. More »
Travel agency Flight Centre has appealed an $11 million fine for anti-competitive behaviour. More »
Barbie's slump comes as Mattel and other toymakers contend with bloated product inventories and a cut-throat retail environment that has pinched profits and pushed toymakers into cost-cutting mode. More »
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Rise led by the property, finance and consumer sectors.
Corporate earnings pushed stocks mostly higher, but it wasn't an easy ride up.
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