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  • n. Plural form of sharemarket.


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  • But US sharemarkets edged down overnight after unemployment claims rose more than expected, while traders sold off the dollar. | Top Stories

  • "In the past, when sharemarkets have really fallen away, there has usually been a good reason for that -- a wider economic slowdown occurring -- and in that context, you usually get rate cuts," said Jason Anderson, manager of economics in NSW for property researcher MacroPlan Australia.

    The Australian | News |

  • Consumer sentiment has slumped in December as Australians focused on rising unemployment, troubles in Europe and volatile sharemarkets rather than two consecutive rate cuts. | Top Stories

  • World stocks, euro under eurozone pressure GLOBAL sharemarkets have moved lower in choppy trade, with investors keeping a wary eye on the eurozone debt crisis as Italian, Spanish and French borrowing costs spiked worryingly higher. | Top Stories

  • Local and Asian sharemarkets fell heavily and the Australian dollar lost ground as ratings agency Standard & Poor's added to investor concerns by cutting its US debt outlook from "stable" to "negative" for the first time in history.

    The Australian | News |

  • Capital gains revenue will take a hit from a downturn in sharemarkets and house prices. | Top Stories

  • It will drive sharemarkets, it will drive company profits. | Top Stories

  • Losses on overseas sharemarkets overnight have taken their toll on Australian shares this morning with the local market falling about 3 per cent within minutes of opening, stripping $40 billion from the value of Australian companies. | Top Stories

  • Global stocks fall after US debt downgrade GLOBAL sharemarkets sank again today as worries about the downgrade of US debt outweighed relief at a European Central Bank pledge to buy up Italian and Spanish bonds to help the two countries avoid devastating defaults. | Top Stories

  • Global and local sharemarkets have experienced steep drops over the past month, as investors fear Europe's debt crisis could derail global growth.

    The Age News Headlines


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