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Stocks closed lower on Wall Street, pulling major indexes back slightly from the records they set a day earlier. Weakness in big technology companies was... [Read More]
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Wall Street eases off its record highs as technology companies slump, setting up the Australian sharemarket for a negative start to the session. [Read More]
Wall Street eases off its record highs as technology companies slump, setting up the Australian sharemarket for a negative start to the session. [Read More]
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Wall Street remains near record highs after a muted start to the week while bitcoin surged by 17 per cent, fuelled by talk Amazon is... [Read More]
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Stocks shook off a wobbly start and finished slightly higher on Wall Street, edging major indexes a bit further into record territory. The S&P 500... [Read More]
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Stocks edged higher on Wall Street in muted trading Monday, placing the market on track for more gains after indexes hit record highs last week. [Read More]
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Wall Street remains near record highs after a muted start to the week while bitcoin surged by 17 per cent, fuelled by talk Amazon is... [Read More]
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Wall Street remains near record highs after a muted start to the week while bitcoin surged by 17 per cent, fuelled by talk Amazon is... [Read More]
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The ASX is set to open lower despite Wall Street edging higher, as investors reviewed the latest corporate earnings and a surprise increase in the... [Read More]
Existing homes sales rose 1.4 per cent last month from May to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 5.86 million units, the National Association of Realtors... [Read More]
Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes rose in June, snapping a four-month losing... [Read More]
The median U.S. home price climbed 23.4% from a year earlier to a record $363,300. [Read More]
Stocks closed higher again on Wall Street, extending their gains following a sharp drop at the beginning of the week. Investors turned their attention to... [Read More]
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