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The local market is expected to fall this morning after a mixed session on Wall Street overnight. This is your Friday morning wrap.
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Aussies expecting a package have been warned to watch out for this email purporting to be from DHL. This is what you need to know.
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IAG has returned to profitability after a loss the previous year, but will be returning a smaller dividend to shareholders.The insurance giant on Friday reported a $347 million net profit after tax (NPAT) in the 12 months to June 30, after a $427 million loss the year before, beating consensus estimates of a $248 million profit.
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Wall Street has closed higher as signs that inflation may have peaked in July increased investor confidence that a bull market could be under way and spurred the S&P; 500 and the Nasdaq to post their fourth straight week of gains.5 per cent from a mid-June low, with the latest gains coming from data this week showing a slower-than-expected rise in the consumer price index and a surprise drop in producer prices last month.
It follows a two-year investigation into the exploitation of workers at the fast-food giant. Read more.