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  • Share market notches another tiny gain

    The share market has managed another tiny increase, after the release of weak inflation figures that had had been largely anticipated.

    Australian inflation declines to a 18-year low

    The June quarter consumer price index report for Australia was released today and the headline number rose +0.4% q/q for the June quarter which took the annual rate down to its lowest level in 18 years at 1.0% (relative to +1.3% y/y in March).

    ANZ 'pulled fast one' on Apple Pay

    CBA, NAB and Westpac have asked the competition watchdog for permission to negotiate jointly with Apple over accessing contactless payments on iPhones.

    Australia court rules ANZ credit card fees fair

    A long-running class action over credit card fees at one of Australia's biggest banks was dismissed Wednesday by the nation's highest court, dealing a blow to customers who hoped to recoup millions of dollars.

    Australia inflation eases to 17-year low

    Australian inflation eased to a 17-year low in April-June, official figures showed Wednesday, raising the prospects of another interest rate cut to shore up the economy.

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    CommSec Daily Report Wednesday

    Australian shares advanced in early trade on Wednesday following modest gains for US and European markets overnights.

    Australia Q2 CPI - An August cut still likely

    The Reserve Bank of Australia wanted new information on the economy after feeling it prudent to leave rates on hold in July.

    Big electronics makers to merge in $15 bn deal

    Electronic component maker Analog Devices announced a deal Tuesday to buy rival Linear Technology for $15 billion.

    Nissan fends off union pressure in US state of Mississippi

    Officials at Nissan's US auto plant in Canton, Mississippi refused to meet Tuesday with a French legislator seeking information on workers' efforts to organize a union.

    Australian stocks open higher

    Resource and financial companies push the Australian share market higher as investors await inflation data.

    Share sale speculation hurts GrainCorp

    GrainCorp shares have taken a hit amid speculation its major shareholder has been unable to attract an acceptable price for its stake.
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