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THE Australian stockmarket closed higher yesterday, led by the bigminers, but the volume of trading was low without a lead from theUS markets, which were closed. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September, 2006)
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The sharemarket added to Monday’s gains, led by the big miners,though volume was low due to lack of a lead from Wall Street. – (The Age — 6 September, 2006)
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Miners make ground while Wall Street takes time off
Miners make ground while Wall Street takes time off

The Australian stockmarket finished higher today, led by the bigminers, but the volume of trading was low since there was no leadfrom closed markets in the United States. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September, 2006)
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The Australian stockmarket was higher at noon propelled bylingering optimism from yesterday’s gains, amid speculation theReserve Bank of Australia will leave interest rates untouchedfollowing its monthly board meeting today. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September, 2006)
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The Australian stockmarket was slightly stronger at noon with theresource stocks gaining ground on the back of stronger metal pricesovernight. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 6 September, 2006)
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Australian stocks have opened the trading day strongly, followingon from a positive overnight lead in the US. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 6 September, 2006)
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The Australian sharemarket closed weaker today as lower metalprices led the major resource stocks on a downward path. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September, 2006)
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THE sharemarket closed weaker on Friday as lower metal prices ledthe major resource stocks on a downward path. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September, 2006)
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The Australian share market closed up 0 4 per cent buoyed by gains in the resources sector The ASX 200 drifted up 21 points to 5 150 and the All Ordinaries index added 20 points to 5 111 The big (ABC News — 5 September, 2006)
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The sharemarket finishes weaker as lower than expected economicgrowth data sparks fears that a significant slowdown in the economyis on the way. – (The Age — 7 September, 2006)
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The sharemarket dropped for a third day as lower metal pricesdragged down resource stocks. – (The Age — 9 September, 2006)
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Australias worst economic growth rate for five years has weighed on investor confidence pushing the share market down a little The latest national accounts show economic growth running at just 1 (ABC News — 6 September, 2006)
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The Australian share market has had a lacklustre finish after initially losing some ground The ASX 200 has dipped 5 points to 5 108 The All Ordinaries Index has drifted down 3 points to 5 075 C (ABC News — 7 September, 2006)
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