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    JB Hi-Fi 1Q sales up more than 12%

    Consumer electronics and home appliances retailer JB Hi-Fi's first quarter sales are up 12.4 per cent.

    Tesla surprises with profit in third quarter

    Electric carmaker Tesla on Wednesday announced a profit for the third quarter and said it sees more positive results ahead as it ramps up production of new models.

    Asia News Agenda Thursday

    Asia news highlights on Thursday.

    Newcrest Sept quarter gold output up 3%

    Gold miner Newcrest has improved September quarter production on the back of a rebound in volumes at its mines in NSW and Indonesia.

    NAB maintains dividend as earnings rise

    NAB has held its final dividend unchanged at 99 cents, despite speculation it would cut it, as cash earnings rise 4.2 per cent to $6.48 billion.

    Arrium should be sold, creditors told

    The adminstrator of Arrium, the South Australian steelmaker that went into administration earlier this year, has recommended it be sold off.

    The long and short of it

    It seemed Australian investors were in pessimistic mood yesterday selling the banks down with reasonable conviction...

    Apple, oil weigh on global equities

    Sinking oil and falling Apple caused most world stock markets to retreat Wednesday, although strong Boeing results supported the Dow.

    Apple drop spurs tech retreat but Boeing lifts Dow

    The Nasdaq retreated Wednesday after disappointing Apple earnings pulled down the broader tech sector, while strong Boeing results lifted the Dow.

    Oil prices fall more than 1.5 per cent

    Oil prices are down more than 1.5 per cent amid scepticism an agreement between producing nations will be reached in late November.

    $A slips as short-sellers cash in

    The Aussie dollar has fallen as short-sellers seeking to profit from the currency as it approached 77 US cents moved in overnight.
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