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  • Oil prices fall more than 1.5 per cent

    Oil prices are down more than 1.5 per cent amid scepticism an agreement between producing nations will be reached in late November.

    $A slips as short-sellers cash in

    The Aussie dollar has fallen as short-sellers seeking to profit from the currency as it approached 77 US cents moved in overnight.

    Stocks to watch

    Stocks of interest on the Australian share market

    Gold down on higher risk appetite

    Precious metals have fallen, with gold falling half a per cent and silver one per cent, as risk appetite lifts.

    Australian market set to open higher

    The Australian share market looks set to open higher following its sharp drop in the previous session and a mixed performance from US stocks.

    Australian September Quarter 2016 inflation - Identifying the key data point to react to

    Australian headline inflation rose +0.7% q/q in September...

    Caterpillar earnings fall as mining slump grinds on

    Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar Inc said its earnings had again fallen sharply in the third quarter as the company grappled with the collapse in commodity prices.

    Sharp fall for share market

    A lack of positive news has pulled the share market around 1.5 per cent lower.

    GM earnings soar on US, China auto sales

    Strong US and China car sales and a drop in costs for the faulty ignitions recall helped General Motors double profits in the third quarter, the Detroit automaker reported Tuesday.

    Deutsche Bank under microscope as legal woes persist

    Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank will face renewed probing on Thursday, as investors pore over its third-quarter results after being hit with a multi-billion-dollar fine by the US Department of Justice.

    Google puts expansion of fiber optic network on hold

    Alphabet, the parent of internet giant Google, on Tuesday announced it was halting the rollout of its Google Fiber -- 1 Gbps fiber optic wireless service, in some markets.

    Inflation climbs from a 17-year low

    Inflation rate edges higher from a 17-year low
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