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  • Weekly Petrol Prices

    According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average Australian price of unleaded petrol rose by just 0.1 cents per litre to 111.7 cents per litre in the week to August 28.

    Aust stocks down on US rate hike chatter

    Australian shares have slid lower on growing US rate hike chatter and a number of companies trading ex-dividend after reporting their earnings.

    China oil giant Sinopec net profit dives over 20%

    Chinese oil giant Sinopec, Asia's biggest refiner, saw its first half net profits drop 21.6 percent, it said, hit by low oil prices.

    Wheels up for China's new aero-engine group

    China officially launched a new multi-billion dollar jet engine conglomerate with almost 100,000 employees at the weekend, as Beijing seeks to become an aerospace power and compete with the likes of Rolls Royce and General Electric.

    Packer reduces Crown stake below 50pct

    Billionaire James Packer's Consolidated Press Holdings has cut its holding in casinos and hotels group Crown Resorts below the 50 per cent mark.

    IG - The ASX MoMo Report

    With 178 companies now having reported, earnings were 15.5% below where the market was expecting them.

    CommSec Daily Report Monday

    Local shares started Monday?s session under pressure as participants reacted to the latest comments from US Fed chair Janet Yellen.

    Amazon dabbling with 30-hour work weeks: report

    US online retail titan Amazon, which has been accused of fostering a cutthroat workplace atmosphere, will try out teams that log 30-hour work weeks, the Washington Post reported on Friday.

    Aust shares start on weak note

    The Australian share market is under pressure in early trade as investors turn cautious after comments by the US Federal Reserve chair on Friday.

    The home building boom may be over: HIA

    The kingmaker of the Australian economy in recent years, housing construction looks set to slow, the Housing Industry Association says.

    Perpetual Perspective August 2016 - How stimulatory is US Fed policy?

    Since 2013 the ?neutral rate of interest? has gone from a textbook concept to being at the centre of US Fed policy deliberations.

    Are bond and equity markets still talking to each other?

    Regional sharemarkets declined over the past trading week in a 5-day session which lacked directional drivers.
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