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Yahoo Finance's morning wrap for Friday

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Good morning.

Markets: The Australian stock market is expected to climb up for a second day of recovery after the hammering earlier this week. Overnight Wall Street edged up, and the SPI200 futures was up 0.12 per cent at 8am AEDT as a result.

The Australian dollar is buying 68.33 US cents, slightly down from 68.40 US cents on Thursday.

There is a Christmas predator that everyone must avoid. Our expert shows how and what alternatives you have to save you and your family from financial ruin this holiday season.

There are houses that earn more than their owners. That's the crazy consequence of Australia's real estate boom in the past decade. Check out which suburbs have this unique quirk.

The best apps of this year have been revealed. Well, in Apple's opinion anyway

Aldi's usually famous for selling its own no-name brands. But next week it's selling Dyson vacuum cleaners for cheap – and the fans are ready to queue up before the doors open.

KeepCups celebrated its 10th birthday this year. Now the co-founder reveals which country was the hardest market to crack for the company and why.

In Britain, prime minister Boris Johnson yesterday threatened to ban Chinese company Huawei on security grounds. But today he was seen using a Huawei smartphone to take a selfie.

Have a great weekend!

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