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  • Eurozone growth halves in Q2

    Lower oil prices are seen as the reason for a halving of economic growth across the eurozone.

    Tech shares boost Wall St to a record

    The S&P 500 has touched a fresh intraday high as technology gains pushed Wall Street higher.

    Dollar slides on US GDP, Japan bonds fall

    Weak US economic growth data knocked down the dollar and yields on US government debt as investors bet the Fed will hold off hiking rates.

    Barclays posts sliding first-half profits

    British bank Barclays saw first-half net profits tumble by almost a third, hit by non-core losses and an impairment at its French retail division, it said Friday.

    Aust market up for fifth straight session

    The Australian share market has managed a tiny gain - its fifth in a row - despite disappointing economic stimulus measures from the Bank of Japan.

    The Week Ahead

    A new month beckons and that means another Reserve Bank meeting is on the cards.

    Tame business inflation

    Lending weak: Private sector credit (lending) rose by 0.2 per cent in June to stand 6.2 per cent higher over the year.

    Weak earnings, few shocks for companies

    Australian companies' earnings are looking weak for the coming reporting season but are not likely to hold too many negative surprises, analysts say.

    BOJ takeout

    I won?t go into huge depth about the BOJ meeting, but it?s fair to say they delivered the minimum.

    CommSec Daily Report Friday

    Australian shares are rising by just a few points at lunch and are improving for the fifth straight day, making it the best month for the local market since October 2011.

    Microsoft further trims smartphone division jobs

    Microsoft is cutting more jobs from its smartphone hardware and global sales divisions by shedding an additional 2,850 positions, the company said Thursday.

    Australian share market opens flat

    The Australian share market has opened flat as investors look ahead to expected BoJ stimulus, European stress tests and US GDP figures.
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