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Big falls in commodity prices and more turmoil on Shanghai's stock market have pushed Australian shares deep into the red.
Hundreds of companies have announced a halt t…
Up until now, the charming cafes near the Acr…
Iron ore prices have dropped below $US50 a tonne for the first time in nearly three months, heaping more pressure on Australian miners. More »
Australians are paying off their credit cards and saving more, but HECS debt is at a 14-year high. More »
European leaders have given debt-stricken Greece a final deadline of Sunday to reach a new bailout deal and avoid crashing out of the euro. More »
National finance update - July 8
Selecting high yield stocks when rates are low
Housing market comes off the boil
ASX showing positive signs
Deutsche Bank has cut its earnings forecasts for casinos operator Crown Resorts in fiscal …
US stocks rallied after worries about Greece and China caused deep losses early on.
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Explosives and fertiliser maker Incitec Pivot is facing a steep reduction in gas supply.
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Massive boost to Britain’s economy. … More »
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