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    Google, which is hoping to beam the internet to remote areas of the world via balloon, went before the UN's aviation agency to ask member states to let it ply their airspace.

    100 days on: Terms of Brexit remain unclear

    One hundred days after Britain voted to leave the European Union, the government has yet to give any detail of when and how it plans to depart.

    Private sector credit

    Lending up: Private sector credit rose by 0.4 per cent in August to be up 5.8 per cent over the year.

    Australian stocks end week with a fall

    The share market ended the week with a fall as losses by financial and resource companies offset gains by energy firms.

    Gerry Harvey lifts stake in his company

    Billionaire businessman Gerry Harvey has increased his stake in Harvey Norman to nearly 30 per cent, and its value currently sits at $1.7 billion.

    WA govt approves Rio Tinto mine plan

    Rio Tinto's plan to extend the life of its Western Turner Syncline mine by introducing new ore sources has been approved by the WA government.

    CommSec Daily Report Friday

    Local shares followed US and European markets lower in early trade on Friday.

    US Fed orders Chinese bank to tighten laundering controls

    The US Federal Reserve said Thursday that it had ordered the Agricultural Bank of China, one of China's largest banks, to strengthen its internal controls against money laundering.

    Deal signed for giant UK nuclear project

    The contract for a French-Chinese consortium to build Britain's first nuclear plant in a generation was signed on Thursday at a low-key ceremony, after a string of controversies threatened to scupper the huge deal.

    The Week Ahead

    The Reserve Bank Board meeting and ?top shelf? economic data dominate the economic calendar in the coming week.

    Shares follow Wall Street lower

    The share market has opened in negative territory, with falls across the board amid investor concerns about financial companies.

    New home sales recover in August

    Sales of new homes have rebounded from July's "hefty" fall, but the bounce was a bit like losing momentum on a trampoline, the Housing Industry Association says
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