The Australian share market has closed marginally higher after a choppy day in which better than expected jobs numbers caused the local bourse to lose some of its midday gains.
The Australian share market has lifted in early trade thanks to a positive start for the heavyweight financial sector and energy stocks.
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The Australian share market has closed lower, dragged down by the mining giants and health care stocks.
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The Australian share market has dipped in early trade, with the mining giants more than offsetting a positive open for the financial and energy sectors.
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Australian shares have closed higher, with the banking and health care sectors offsetting a dour day for energy and telecom stocks.
Australian petrol prices have hit a five-month high with school holidays underway and families preparing to head off for the Easter long weekend.
Mining giant Rio Tinto has reported a 14 per cent drop in quarterly iron ore shipments and cut its 2019 shipments estimate on disruption caused by a tropical cyclone which hit its export terminal in Western Australia last month.
The Australian sharemarket has edged lower at the open, dragged lower by energy stocks after a global oil price rally came to a halt.
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The Australian sharemarket has started the week flat, with volumes light as many traders took the week off as the Easter school holidays commenced nationwide.
Australian shares are subdued at the dawn of a new trading week, with gains for energy companies and the big banks offset by a flat mining sector and losses for health care stocks.
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Australian shares have closed higher with most sectors gaining amid a broad rally.
Australian shares have opened higher, with the big four banks bouncing back from losses of the previous day.
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Australian shares have fallen, dragged down by share prices falls by the major miners and the big four banks amid dovish comments by US and European central banks.
Australian shares have fallen as the mining and banking sectors led losses at the start of trade.
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