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Yahoo Finance's Tuesday morning wrap

Anastasia Santoreneos
How to win an argument with your boss - and more in our morning wrap. Source: Getty
How to win an argument with your boss - and more in our morning wrap. Source: Getty

Good morning.

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

The ASX is expected to open higher following gains on Wall Street overnight.

And here are five things to watch on the ASX 200 on Tuesday.

The Aussie dollar is buying 67.76 US cents from 67.96 US cents on Monday.

Westpac CEO Brian Hartzer will step down effective 2 December, amid accusations of money laundering and child exploitation.

Ride-hailing Uber has been stripped of its licence to carry paying passengers in London for the second time in just over two years, pending an appeal, over a ‘pattern of failures’ on safety and security.

NAB chosen for fist home loan deposit scheme: the big bank will be one of two major lenders to offer mortgages under the federal government’s scheme, which allows low-and-middle-income earners to get financing with a 5 per cent deposit.

How to win an argument with your boss: Don’t have one. According to workplace expert Michelle Gibbings, the first thing to remember in an argument, is that no one wants to - or should - be having arguments with their boss. But if you do happen to have an argument with your boss, here’s what to do.

Here are the toughest job interview questions you will come across, and how Reddit users answered them - and got the job.

Men are happier when both couples contribute financially - but much prefer to be the main breadwinners, a University of Bath lecturer has discovered.

According to her research, men appear to be more relaxed when their wives or partners earn anything up to 40% of the household income. But their distress levels increase sharply as their spouse’s wages rise beyond that point.

Have a great day.

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