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  • Turn down the volume: How smart investors manage market noise

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    Confidence falls on concerns about outlook

    Concerns about the economic outlook, despite the positive performances of equity and property markets, have prompted a drop in consumer confidence.

    NAB raises $750 of capital through hybrids

    National Australia Bank aims to raise about $750 million in capital from the sale of hybrid notes, which will convert to ordinary shares in 2024.

    Virgin Aus lures Chinese shareholder

    China's largest private airline operator HNA Group will take a 13 per cent stake in Virgin Australia as part of a strategic commercial alliance.

    Japanese yen set to weaken substantially

    With UK and US markets closed overnight, Asian markets will be looking to Europe for leads today. Back-to-back monthly gains in Eurozone economic confidence helped see the main indices push higher into positive territory.

    Aust bonds up slightly amid quiet trade

    While most bond markets were closed due to public holidays on Monday, Australian bond futures prices have nudged slightly higher.

    German inflation back in black ahead of ECB meeting

    Inflation in Germany was back in positive territory in May on the back of rising prices for rents and services, data showed on Monday, in a welcome development for the European Central Bank ahead of its policy meeting later this week.

    EU, Berlin oppose Chinese bid for German robotics maker: report

    Top officials in Brussels and Berlin oppose a Chinese takeover bid of German industrial robotics supplier Kuka, a newspaper reported Monday.

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    Stocks firm as US rate fear loses grip

    Equities markets across the world firmed Monday as investors lost their fear of higher US interest rates, focusing instead on signs of economic recovery.

    Asia News Agenda Tuesday

    Asia news highlights on Tuesday.

    Australian market set to open lower

    The Australian sharemarket looks set to open slightly lower.
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