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Wall Street recovers on earnings

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US stocks trade higher at open as investors cheer Apple, Boeing profit results.

Oil slides as forecasts slashed

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Crude loses ground as analysts cut forecasts and US supplies tipped to rise.

Greek stocks collapse further 8%

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Market extends losses as new anti-austerity govt calls for 'fair' bailout re-negotiation.

Gold price edges back as safe-haven demand ebbs

US Fed statement tipped to have little effect on the yellow metal.

Greek stocks, bond prices continue to slide

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Stockmarket slumps 8 per cent, bond yields lift further as fears grow over Athens' relations with Europe.

Oil prices resume slide

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US supply seen rising again, analysts cut price forecasts.

Oil won't rebound to $US100 anytime soon: Russia

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Finance minister says external shocks have slugged $200bn hit to Moscow's balance of payments.

European stocks open stronger

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London FTSE, French CAC, German DAX rally in early trade.

Hong Kong shares end 0.22% higher

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Hang Seng brushes off Wall Street decline, Shanghai Composite sheds 1.41 per cent.

Tokyo stocks end slightly stronger

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Nikkei reverses early losses to close 0.15 per cent stronger.

Aust dollar rises on inflation data

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Currency jumps above US80c on underlying CPI data for December quarter.

Yuan now top five payments currency

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China's currency overtakes Canadian and Australian dollars in global payments.

Stocks close higher after inflation data

Local market finishes in positive territory after CPI reading makes for bumpy trade.

Yuan now world's 5th payments currency

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Yuan passes the Australian and Canadian dollars in popularity: agency.

Sharemarket softer at noon

Local market slightly in the red, after weak inflation data sparks sell-off.

Aust dollar rallies on inflation data

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Local currency lifts almost US1c on the back of official ABS inflation read.

Aust stocks open weaker

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Local market follows Wall Street lower ahead of key read on Australian inflation.

Consumer confidence slips 0.4%

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Negative news about Australian dollar weighs on consumer confidence.

Forex trading volumes spike in 2014

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Six global central banks, including the RBA, note sharp lift in currency trading last year.

Wall Street tumbles 1.7% on earnings

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US stocks end session sharply weaker as earnings, durable goods data disappoint.

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