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  • CommSec Daily Report Thursday

    Local shares started the session in manner similar to the previous day with the ASX trading higher at the outset.

    Godfreys pushes into eco-cleaning market

    Vacuum cleaner retailer Godfreys has confirmed its expected drop in first half profit and announced a push into the eco-friendly cleaning market.

    Twitter woes deepen as user base fails to grow

    Twitter's woes deepened Wednesday as the struggling messaging platform said it failed to add users in the past quarter, adding to concerns it is lagging in the fast-moving world of social networks.

    China bubbles, babies, boom or bust?

    While markets plummeted across the globe in the first month of 2016, China's focus has shifted to food.

    Aust stocks open slightly higher

    The Australian share market has risen modestly off the back of the US Federal Reserve head Janet Yellen's calming words overnight.

    European stocks lifted by banks; US stocks mixed

    European stocks ended a three-day losing streak Wednesday as banking shares rallied, while US equities reacted indecisively to statements from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen highlighting elevated economic risks.

    Transurban cruises back to profit

    Transurban has bounced back into the black with a first half profit of $81 million, and has lifted its forecast for the distributions it pays investors.

    Tesla ramps up sales, sets date for new model

    Tesla said Wednesday its 2015 sales were up 51 percent as the electric carmaker reaffirmed plans for its new model that aims at a wider market.

    Virgin Australia swings to profit

    Virgin Australia, Australia's second biggest airline, says it's saved $33.8 million from falling oil prices and expects a return to full year profit.

    Mirvac lifts first half profits

    Property developer Mirvac has sharply lifted first half net profit, helped by revaluation gains in its portfolio.

    Aust bonds dip slightly amid global rally

    Australian bonds are underperforming amid a rally in fixed income markets following the US central bank's push back on rate rises, economists say.

    Asia News Agenda Thursday

    Asia news highlights on Thursday.
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