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8@eight: Brexit rocks Europe, Wall St ends losing streak
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8@eight: Brexit rocks Europe, Wall St ends losing streak

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Kyle Rodda

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8@eight: Wall Street extends losing streak; ASX to inch higher at open
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8@eight: Wall Street extends losing streak; ASX to inch higher at open

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Kyle Rodda
8@eight: ASX set for flat open after mixed night on global markets
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8@eight: ASX set for flat open after mixed night on global markets

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Kyle Rodda
Three retailers ho-ho-hoping for a good Christmas
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Three retailers ho-ho-hoping for a good Christmas

The Christmas period is always vital, but never more so than this year for for this trio.

  • by Scott Phillips
'Lazy' advisers push Australians to invest overseas
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'Lazy' advisers push Australians to invest overseas

Buying overseas assets is not a necessity for Australian investors, it's just another opportunity among many.

  • by Marcus Padley
8@eight: ASX for sharp slide as nervy investors send Wall St down
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8@eight: ASX for sharp slide as nervy investors send Wall St down

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Kyle Rodda
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Healthscope and Navitas deliver $6b snub for BGH-AusSuper consortium
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Healthscope and Navitas deliver $6b snub for BGH-AusSuper consortium

The nation's biggest superannuation fund, AustralianSuper, might be forced to rethink its partnership with BGH Capital after a double rejection.

  • by Colin Kruger
8@eight: ASX set to open in red
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8@eight: ASX set to open in red

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Kyle Rodda
Shareholders hope companies follow BHP's lead
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Shareholders hope companies follow BHP's lead

Australian companies need to focus on ways of cushioning the blow of possible major changes to the imputation credit system.

  • by Daryl Dixon
The $6 trillion wipeout in Asian stocks is getting deeper
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The $6 trillion wipeout in Asian stocks is getting deeper

It was looking like a week of wound-licking for Asian stocks. Then crude oil entered a bear market and alarm bells rang on China's slowdown as tech stocks plunged.

Blines takes lead in Shares Race as lithium miners surge
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Blines takes lead in Shares Race as lithium miners surge

Week two of the four-week Shares Race see the racers with exposure to lithium miners doing best.

  • by John Collett