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The Australian sharemarket opened lower today after a weak leadfrom Wall Street, as surging oil prices and a tumbling dollarfreshened inflation worries. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September, 2007)
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Shares lower after weak US lead
Shares lower after weak US lead

THE Australian sharemarket closed in negative territory amiduncertainty about the health of the American economy, despite theUS Federal Reserve cutting interest rates this week by half apercentage point. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 22 September, 2007)
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Sharemarket opens firmer on expectation the US interest bank ratecut will help contain the housing downturn. (The Age — 20 September, 2007)
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Australian shares rose 0.4 percent on Thursday, with financialfirms rising further after the US Federal Reserve’s aggressive ratecut, while a jump in metal prices boosted global miner BHPBilliton. (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September, 2007)
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Shares firmer on expectation the US interest bank rate cut willhelp contain the housing downturn. (The Age — 20 September, 2007)
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The Australian share market closed within striking distance of itsall-time high today, underpinned by strong gains from resourcesgiants BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto. (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September, 2007)
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Australian shares rally after the US Federal Reserve cut interestrates by half a per cent. (The Age — 19 September, 2007)
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Australian shares rally after the US Federal Reserve cut interestrates by half a per cent. (The Age — 19 September, 2007)
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Asian stock markets soared Wednesday in the wake of Wall Street’s overnight surge spurred by the U.S. Federal Reserve’s larger-than-expected interest rate cut. (CNN — 19 September, 2007)
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Oil prices rose Wednesday above the previous session’s record close, lifted by expectations the interest rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve will accelerate growth and increase demand for already tight crude and gasoline supplies. (CNN — 19 September, 2007)
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