02.05.2016 Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange.
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02.05.2016 Australian bond yields are down as cautious investors wait for the Reserve Bank to make a decision on interest rates..
02.05.2016 Westpac shares dropped as much as 4.63% at the start of trade after first-half profit came in under analyst expectations due to an increase in bad loans..
02.05.2016 Figures showing China's manufacturing sector didn't grow as fast in April as it did in March has weighed on the Australian dollar..
02.05.2016 Commodities news from around the world.
02.05.2016 China's economic recovery stabilised in April, an official factory activity gauge showed Sunday, as the property market recovered and credit grew..
02.05.2016 Asia news highlights on Monday..
02.05.2016 Buys, sells, and holds - 18 Share Tips for the week.
02.05.2016 Since the advent of electricity, coal has been viewed as the ?king? of commodities. .
02.05.2016 How can investors trust management if their forecasts have such a wide margin of error?.
02.05.2016 Australian inflation shocks, making for higher expectations of a budget day rate cut..
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