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  • As capital flees, China mulls liberalising some sectors

    China has indicated it may relax restrictions on foreign investment in some sectors as it struggles to balance an overseas exodus of capital and faces accusations of protectionism from US President-elect Donald Trump.

    Trade deficit worsened in October

    Trade accounts still on the mend

    Trump misses target with China onslaught: experts

    US President-elect Donald Trump accuses China of keeping its yuan currency artificially low and slapping unfair taxes on American exports.

    Trump threats on drug prices hit pharma shares

    Pharmaceutical and biotechnology shares tumbled early Wednesday after President-elect Donald Trump signaled that he plans to crack down on runaway drug prices.

    Rally takes stocks to near four month high

    The share market's strong run has continued for a third day, taking it to its highest point since late August.

    Starbucks to add 12,000 cafes globally

    US coffee giant Starbucks outlined plans Wednesday to add 12,000 cafes globally by 2021, including a group of new premium stores that will showcase rare coffees and gourmet food.

    ECB poised for action as politics rattle eurozone

    The European Central Bank is widely expected to prolong massive monetary stimulus Thursday as the election of Donald Trump and fears for heavyweight member Italy rattle the eurozone.

    Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour

    Australia Post boss Ahmed Fahour says Australia's e-commerce trade focuses too much on the domestic market rather than exports.

    China imports rise 6.7% on-year in November: govt

    China imports rose a forecast-beating 6.7 percent year-on-year in November, government data showed Thursday, in a positive sign for the world's second-largest economy.

    CommSec Daily Report Thursday

    Australian shares are rising strongly for the third day, with the ASX 200 index up 1.2 per cent and back above the key 5500pt level as all sectors improve.

    Apple Music attracts 20 million subscribers

    Apple's streaming service says it has reached 20 million subscribers, showing quick growth as the tech titan tries to close in on sector leader Spotify.

    Trump taps wrestling tycoon to head small-business agency

    Nine years ago Donald Trump shaved off her husband's hair after a wrestling match on live television. On Wednesday, the president-elect nominated wrestling tycoon Linda McMahon to his cabinet.
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