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Rattled shares in big dive

August 19, 2018
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Investors spooked by the prospect of rising interest rates and uncertain economic conditions found no refuge in the stock market yesterday as $16billion was wiped off the value of shares in the biggest one-day loss in more than two years for the All Ordinaries index. (The Australian — 16 April, 2005)
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Federal Treasurer Peter Costello has described a sharp drop on the Australian share market as a correction In Friday trade $16 billion was wiped off the value of Australian shares taking the All (ABC News — 16 April, 2005)
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US markets have dropped to a five-month low after their biggest fall in nearly two years with investors fearful the worlds biggest economy is slowing Investors were put off by worrisome economic (ABC News — 16 April, 2005)
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Australian consumer sentiment, after suffering a record fall inMarch, has recorded only a meagre recovery in April despite theReserve Bank’s decision last week to spare the economy aback-to-back rise in interest rates. (Australian Financial Review — 13 April, 2005)
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Australia’s sharemarket has suffered its biggest decline in more than two years, spooked by savage falls on Wall Street amid concerns about slowing economic growth. (The Australian — 15 April, 2005)
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Confidence amongst Australian consumers has improved slightly following the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) decision to leave interest rates on hold this month, a survey has found. (The Australian — 13 April, 2005)
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The share market opened lower this morning, following a poor lead from the US and weaker oil prices overnight. (The Australian — 14 April, 2005)
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