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  • n. stock market


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  • The outcome of the Rio meeting is likely to have a bearing on the Australian sharemarket, which is tipped to open stronger today following a positive end to the week in the US.


  • So the sharemarket could be the share curency for boats or whatever have you.

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  • Was there a telco that did not make use of it last time the sharemarket tanked?

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  • Three scenarios: a 17-year-old girl, traumatised after a break-up with a boyfriend, overdoses on painkillers; a 45-year-old woman, dying slowly and painfully from pancreatic cancer, is given a lethal shot of morphine by her husband; a 64-year-old man, devastated by the sharemarket crash, hangs himself.

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  • You should take that blind optimism to the sharemarket.

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  • Market opens lower on EU pessimism THE Australian sharemarket has opened weaker after overseas markets fell as pessimism about a solution to the eurozone government debt crisis returns. | Top Stories

  • Stocks rise on positive Wall St leads THE Australian sharemarket was higher at noon after good manufacturing and employment data out of the US overnight. | Top Stories

  • Australian sharemarket dives after Wall Street tumbles on recession fears THE sharemarket slumped by four per cent to its biggest one-day loss since the height of the global financial crisis almost three years ago. | Top Stories

  • Prime Minister Julia Gillard assured nervous investors that sharemarket volatility was not a commentary on Australia's economic fundamentals, but she understood that confidence would be affected, particularly among self-funded retirees. | Top Stories

  • Australian sharemarket rises 1.3pc as bargain-hunters move in AUSTRALIAN shares extended early gains to a strong close today as bargain-hunters made up ground from yesterday's losses.

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