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Welcome to the Trading Day blog for Tuesday, August 24. Stocks are poised to edge up at the open as global markets rose and oil prices jumped.
Powering extra devices, heating additional rooms and switching on more lights for longer ... COVID-19 lockdown has triggered increased household electricity use.Nearly three quarters of Australians (74 per cent) are staying at home more often compared to 2019, according...
World stocks have fallen from the previous session's record highs and European stocks have dropped on caution over the pace of economic recovery, while the dollar hit one-week highs as investors reduced exposure to riskier assets.Accommodative central bank policies...
Artificial intelligence-driven construction management start-up BuildAi has landed a $1.9m seed funding round backed by a range of construction participants and investors, as the industry looks to put the Covid pandemic behind it and find viable solutions to adapt...
Aspiring sulphate of potash producer Salt Lake Potash has called a halt on its shares ahead of a production downgrade and likely capital raising for its Lake Way project near Wiluna.
Fresh data from the State’s peak business body shows a massive spike in big NSW firms considering shifting their investment to WA.
Banker pay is never far from the spotlight and this month NAB is joining the ranks of lenders scrapping bonuses for a large chunk of its staff.
Do you have Full Digital Access membership with your papers home delivered or just a standalone Full Digital Access membership to The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, The Courier-Mail, The Advertiser, Gold Coast Bulletin, Cairns Post, Townsville Bulletin, The Chronicle,...
US job growth rose solidly in July amid demand for workers in the labour-intensive services industry, suggesting the economy maintained its strong momentum at the start of the second half.Non-farm payrolls increased by 943,000 jobs last month after rising...
Chinese property developer Evergrande has inched closer to the potential default that investors fear, missing a payment deadline in one of the clearest indications yet that the company is in dire trouble.Evergrande owes $A 418 billion, has run short...

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