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The Australian sharemarket has opened higher today after a stronglead from Wall Street and rising commodity prices. (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September, 2007)
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Sharemarket opens higher today after a strong lead from Wall Streetand rising commodity prices. (The Age — 14 September, 2007)
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Stocks open higher on stronger Wall St
Stocks open higher on stronger Wall St

Broad based gains continued on the Australian sharemarket at noon,driven by a strong lead from Wall Street and rising commodityprices. (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September, 2007)
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The Australian sharemarket opened slightly lower today after a weaklead from Wall Street overnight, despite oil prices reachinganother record fuelled by supply concerns. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 hours ago)
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Broad based gains continue on the sharemarket, driven by a stronglead from Wall Street and rising commodity prices. (The Age — 14 September, 2007)
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THE Australian sharemarket recorded good gains to close the weekafter receiving a strong lead from Wall Street overnight and bettercommodity prices. (Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September, 2007)
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The Australian share market closed slightly higher today as arecord crude oil price pushed the energy stocks along after WallStreet provided little direction. (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September, 2007)
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US stocks rise after a Wall Street analyst says brokerage shareswere undervalued – and McDonald’s raised its annual dividend. (The Age — 14 September, 2007)
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THE sharemarket closed lower today in a relatively uneventfulsession before the US Federal Reserve’s expected interest rate cuttonight. (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 hours ago)
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The Australian sharemarket is expected to open little changed todayas investors sit back in anticipation of a decision on interestrates by the US Federal Reserve Bank. (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September, 2007)
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The Australian share market closed lower today in a relativelyuneventful session ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s anticipatedinterest rate cut tomorrow night. (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September, 2007)
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