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The Australian sharemarket was up at noon buoyed by strength in thebanking and finance sector following a positive lead from USmarkets. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 September, 2006)
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The sharemarket fizzles to close lower despite a strong openingdriven by strength in the resource sector. – (The Age — 20 September, 2006)
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Stocks higher at noon, led by banks
Stocks higher at noon, led by banks

THE sharemarket closed higher, echoing gains on Wall Street lastFriday, with banking stocks leading the advance. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September, 2006)
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Australian stocks have ended the day higher, echoing a lead set inthe United States last week, with banks heading the charge upwards. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 September, 2006)
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Australian stocks had lost further ground at midday, as a weak WallStreet and decline in resources interests put further pressure onthe local market. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 hours ago)
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The military coup in Thailand and worse than expected US economicdata helped drive the Australian stock exchange lower today. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 hours ago)
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Stocks ended higher, echoing a lead set on Wall Street at theweekend, with energy stocks the best gainers. – (The Age — 19 September, 2006)
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The military coup in Thailand and worse than expected US economicdata sent the sharemarket into a dive. – (The Age — 12 hours ago)
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The Australian share market was led down in trade today by the major banking stocks which knocked back the key resources sector The All Ordinaries Index was down 13 points to 5 016 and the ASX 200 (ABC News — 19 September, 2006)
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The Australian share market has ended higher with resource stocks bouncing back from earlier losses The market was flat at midday but the All Ordinaries Index closed up 31 points to 5 029 The AS (ABC News — 18 September, 2006)
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