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    When it?s good it?s fake, when it?s bad it?s real.

    Banks lead Aust share market higher

    Market observers say investors are feeling confident ahead of earnings reports from three of the big four Australian banks.

    Britain set to announce plans to expand London airport

    The British government is expected to make a long-awaited decision Tuesday on increasing London's airport capacity, with speculation growing that controversial proposals to expand Heathrow will take off.

    Samsung's prestige takes another hit over lawsuit

    A South Korean law firm said Tuesday that it expected thousands more people to join a class action lawsuit seeking compensation from Samsung over its combusting Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.

    Tabcorp shareholders content with merger

    Tabcorp's board only fielded two questions about its proposed merger with Tatts Group at its annual meeting indicating shareholders are satisfied with the plan.

    CommSec Daily Report Tuesday

    Australian shares are improving just enough to reverse Monday?s losses and bounce off four-week lows hit yesterday.

    Smartwatch sales tumble, dragged down by Apple

    Global smartwatch sales slid 51.6 percent in the third quarter, amid a steep decline for the Apple Watch ahead of its updated device, a market tracker said Monday.

    US slaps steep duties on Canadian, Chinese machine parts

    The US Commerce Department Monday said it would begin imposing steep tariffs on certain Chinese and Canadian mechanical parts dumped on the US market at below cost.

    Consumers more guarded on economy

    The ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating fell by 3.6 per cent to 113.6 in the week to October 23. The index is still above the average of 112.8 since 2014.

    Sirtex upbeat as it waits on cancer trials

    Sirtex Medical is upbeat about its future as the cancer treatment developer awaits the findings of three of its five major clinical studies next year

    Bega shares slump on weak Blackmores sales

    Bega Cheese's shares have plunged after a joint venture with Blackmores failed to meet sales forecasts of infant formula and nutritional powders

    Australian share market stronger

    The Australian share market has opened stronger, thanks to gains across the board, particularly within banks and health care companies.
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