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  • CommSec Daily Report Tuesday

    The Australian sharemarket is falling for just the third time in almost three weeks, on weaker commodity prices and lower US shares overnight.

    China airline to fly into Adelaide

    There will be three direct flights a week from Adelaide to Guangzhou under a new deal being finalised with China Southern Airlines and the SA government.

    Philips hits Q2 profit, warns global markets 'volatile'

    Electronics giant Philips posted a 57 percent jump in second quarter net profit Monday on the back of a major arbitration award, as it warned of volatile markets ahead for the rest of the year.

    Aust shares fall ahead of key data

    Health care and energy companies, as well as Woolworths, have pushed the Australian share market lower ahead of key inflation data.

    The portfolio problem of record low bond yields

    Over the past 35 years, Australian government bond returns have been high, volatility has been low and their strong negative correlation during periods of equity sell-downs has culminated in bonds being the portfolio diversifier of choice.

    Canada province slaps tax on foreign real estate buyers

    The Canadian province of British Columbia announced Monday it will impose a 15 percent tax on foreigners who buy residential property in Vancouver, a city with a housing shortage and soaring real estate prices.

    Yahoo played key role in internet history

    Among the best-known names on the internet, Yahoo was one of the first companies that enabled users to find their way online, but has lost its role as a leader.

    Brexit a danger to US financial stability: Treasury

    Britain's vote last month to exit the European Union has raised the danger level for US financial stability, according to US Treasury Department report released Monday.

    German business resilience buoys eurozone shares

    Eurozone stock markets scored small gains Monday buoyed by resilient German post-Brexit business sentiment, while London and Wall Street tumbled on profit-taking and the drag from another fall in oil prices.

    Dollar, yen weaken as central banks to meet

    Currency markets were largely stable on Monday, with the dollar and euro weakening modestly against the yen ahead of closely watched meetings this week at the US and Japanese central banks.

    There will be oil price influence on todays markets

    After a mixed European session, US markets were dramatically thrown off course by the capitulation in energy stocks overnight.

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