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Yahoo Finance's Wednesday morning wrap

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Good morning.

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

The ASX is expected to rise on open, following a rebound in most markets after China’s economic stimulatory measures.

The Australian dollar was buying 67.37 US cents at 7am on Wednesday, up from 67.18 US cents on Tuesday.

Australia is strong: The nation remains in a good position to withstand shocks from coronavirus, drought and bushfires, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said.

Aussie tech unicorn partners with Visa: Melbourne-based cross-border payments provider Airwallex has launched a partnership with Visa that will let customers generate multi-currency virtual payment cards instantly.

You don’t need a high school degree to be a millionaire: New Zealand’s richest person, Graeme Hart, was a high school dropout working as an auto-body repairman and truck driver. Here’s how he did it.

Fancy an astrology business? Some of the fastest-growing start-up sectors this year will be in biohacking, astrology, veganism and cannabidiol space, according to 99designs. Here’s why.

Run, don’t walk: Aldi’s caravan and camping sale will take over stores on Saturday 8 February. And, there’s one item that’s sure to sell out: it’s $99 caravan cover.

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