Australia markets closed

Yahoo Finance's morning wrap for Friday

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Good morning.

Markets: Wall St was closed due to the Thanksgiving holiday in the US. The Australian market is forecast to open higher this morning, with the SPI200 futures up 0.41 per cent as of 8am AEDT. 

The Australian dollar is buying 67.68 US cents at 8:20am AEDT, flat from 67.67 US cents on Thursday.

There are 15.8 million credit cards in Australia. But misuse of this powerful financial tool is absolutely rampant. Check out the 7 biggest credit card sins to avoid if you don't want to be losing thousands of dollars each year.

Craft brewer Young Henry's has taken off. This is the secret to how one of the co-founders boosted his productivity to take the business to where it is today.

Going to the movies is still a thing. Despite big screen televisions at home, Australians still love a night out at the cinema. Here are six ways to get cheap tickets.

No time for life admin? Here are three tricks to tackling all the annoying personal paperwork that we all have to do.

Do you want your children to be money-savvy? There are 6 things parents should stop doing if they want their kids to be financially woke. But then when those kids are rich and want to retire, you might want to tell them stopping work early will kill them!

Have a great weekend!

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