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Yahoo Finance's Tuesday morning wrap

Justin McLeod made millions from his dating app, Hinge - and more in our morning wrap. Source: Getty

Good morning.

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

The ASX is posed for a rebound on Monday after US stocks jumped 1,290 points in their biggest-ever point gain.

The Aussie dollar was buying 65.33 US cents, up from 65.27 US cents on Monday.

Rush hour chaos in Sydney: There are major train delays in Sydney after a work train derailed at Circular Quay causing disruptions to the T1, T3, T8 and T2 lines. Repairs are complete now, however delays are expected to continue through the rush hour.

“International cooperation is essential”: The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank say they’re ready to provide emergency funding to countries in a bid to help address the human and economic challenges of the coronavirus.

The one thing driving our property market: Michael Yardney writes that while the economy and supply and demand play a role in the recent property price growth, it’s homeowners we have to thank above all.

Free public transport: Aussies spend almost five hours a week in traffic on their way to work, but maybe we should take a leaf out of Luxembourg’s book. Here’s why.

Justin made a million from dating: Thirty-five-year-old Justin McLeod is a romantic - and he’s made a lucrative profession out of it. Here’s how he created Hinge, the dating app designed to be deleted.

Have a great day.

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