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  • CommSec Daily Report Thursday

    The UK?s surprise vote last Friday to leave the European Union has been put to one side on the last day of the financial year, with Australian shares up for the second day.

    Monsanto still "open" to a big deal, including Bayer

    Monsanto said Wednesday it was still open to a potential merger with Bayer, or to another big deal, as it reported lower earnings due to a tough agricultural market.

    British car industry drives home EU benefits

    Britain's car sector on Wednesday said its growth depended on the country keeping "unrestricted access" to the European single market -- a situation thrown into doubt by Brexit.

    Aust shares extend gains

    The Australian share market is trading higher, led by gains in energy and mining shares, following a strong run across global markets.

    Job vacancies fall 1.9% in May

    The number of job advertisements slumped 3,600 to 169,000 in May, but vacancies were up 8.1 per cent in the year to May.

    Qantas domestic business improves

    Qantas' decision to cut flights in April has started to pay off, with its vast domestic operations returning to growth.

    US removes GE Capital from "too big to fail" list

    US regulators removed General Electric's finance division from its list of systemically important institutions following large asset sales, the Treasury Department said Wednesday.

    London stocks wipe out post-Brexit losses as fears ease

    US stocks joined a European rally for a second straight day Wednesday as fears abated about Britain's vote to exit the European Union and its impact on the global economy.

    Brexit? What Brexit?

    Many investors can hardly believe that the FTSE 100 is now above where it was pre-Brexit, and a major reversal has been seen in most markets globally.

    Aust bonds sink on global risk rally

    Recovering global investor confidence following last week's Brexit vote has helped push Australian bond yields higher.

    UK banks "well placed" to manage Brexit fallout: minister

    Britain's banking sector is "well placed" to deal with the fallout after the country's shock vote to leave the European Union, the minister overseeing the financial sector said Wednesday.

    Deutsche Bank, Santander fail US Fed stress test

    The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that US operations of Germany's Deutsche Bank and Spain's Santander had failed an annual stress test, citing weaknesses in their capital planning and risk management.
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