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Yahoo Finance's Tuesday morning wrap

Yahoo Finance's Tuesday morning wrap. Source: Getty

Good morning.

Here’s everything you need to know in finance today.

The ASX looks set to open flat after a five-day bull run as Wall Street takes a day off due to a US public holiday.

The Australian dollar was buying 68.7 cents at 7AM AEDT today.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is unsure if the government will deliver a budget surplus as the costs of the bushfire crisis mount.

Trivago has misled consumers on which hotel deals are actually best, a court has found.

Global economic inequality is “out of control”, a new report from British charity Oxfam has revealed.

The “Time to Care” report says that, in 2019, the world’s 2,153 billionaires had more wealth than 4.6 billion people, 60% of world’s population. 

Is this the best job in Australia? Australians who work as Java developers can count themselves lucky: the $110,000 role is one of the best jobs in the country when it comes to job satisfaction, and demand is increasing.

These are the skills you need now: Professional networking platform LinkedIn has released 15 skills that are in high demand, and they’re not just hard skills. Here are the skills you need to develop to stay relevant in the job market.

The world’s number 1 tennis player Rafael Nadal is here in Australia for the 2020 Australian Open - here’s a look at all his investments.

Have a great day.

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