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Gareth Hutchens The market had its slowest day in ten weeks yesterday, on the value of shares traded.
Gareth Hutchens The stockmarket slipped back yesterday, bringing its two-day rally to a close.
Gareth Hutchens Gina Despres was a founding member of Australia's infamous OZ magazine, the satirical underground newspaper headquartered in Sydney's Rocks area in the early 1960s.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket finished 1 per cent higher leaving traders disappointed it did not rise further.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's sharemarket could be damaged if the 'dark pools' grew to those in the US or Japan.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket is expected to open higher after EU leaders agreed to help struggling banks.
Gareth Hutchens An impromptu press conference lit a small fuse under the Australian sharemarket.
Gareth Hutchens The market closed higher as investors prepare for Europe's two-day meeting on the debt crisis.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket finished higher yesterday, breaking a four-day losing streak, as Europe's leaders prepared to meet in Brussels today for a crucial round of talks on the region's debt crisis.
Gareth Hutchens Australian shareholders will be among the first to respond to the result of the Greek elections which were held overnight, just as Prime Minister Julia Gillard flew out to Mexico for a crucial...
Gareth Hutchens The week started positively but the anticipated rally on Tuesday turned into a fizzer.
Gareth Hutchens Takeover fears as Echo Entertainment and Fairfax Media could soon be in play.
Gareth Hutchens Investors had a fizzer on their first day back after the Queen's Birthday holiday.
Gareth Hutchens The dollar hit its highest level in nearly four weeks, briefly breaking through parity with the US.
Gareth Hutchens Europe's finance ministers have agreed to lend Spain up to €100 billion to prevent a collapse of its banking system, making this the fourth country to need emergency funding.
Gareth Hutchens AUSTRALIAN investors have cautiously welcomed a decision by European finance ministers to lend Spain up to €100 billion ($126 billion) to prevent a collapse of its banking system.
Gareth Hutchens It was a roller-coaster ride. Billions of dollars were wiped off and then piled back on to the sharemarket in a series of dramatic trading days, and when the dust settled the market was sitting...
Jessica Irvine, Eric Johnston, Gareth Hutchens THE Reserve Bank governor, Glenn Stevens, has issued a rousing call to Australians to start seeing the glass as half full, while also warning of slower house price growth ahead.
Gareth Hutchens Westpac, CBA, NAB fail to follow the ANZ's lead in passing on the RBA's full interest rate cut - holding back one-fifth of the reduction.
Gareth Hutchens Investors added $16 billion to the sharemarket's value yesterday in a sharp reversal.