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Australian stocks started the day higher, boosted by a positiveWall Street performance overnight. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September, 2006)
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The sharemarket won back a quarter of the previous five days’losses as the big miners and building stocks climbed. – (The Age — 14 September, 2006)
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Stocks start higher following overnight Wall Street lead
Stocks start higher following overnight Wall Street lead

Australian stocks have steadied at noon after a strong opening wasdriven by a positive day of trading on Wall Street overnight. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September, 2006)
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The Australian sharemarket maintained a positive opening to noontoday after a strong overnight lead from Wall Street andstabilising commodity prices. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September, 2006)
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The Australian stockmarket closed higher today as major miningstocks rebounded from recent losses and building stocksstrengthened. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September, 2006)
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Money flowed back into the stock market today, pushing the localbourse higher. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September, 2006)
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THE Australian sharemarket closed higher yesterday as major miningstocks rebounded from losses and building stocks strengthened. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September, 2006)
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The Australian sharemarket was lower at noon, pulled down by thebig miners. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September, 2006)
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Four days of gains have come to an end on Wall Street with the key American share market indices settling just a touch lower in the latest session A strong 0 8 per cent jump in US import prices fo (ABC News — 15 September, 2006)
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Wall Street closed mixed Thursday, with blue chips falling and technology stocks managing a slight gain while investors tussled with their concerns about inflation and the overall health of the economy. (International Herald Tribune — 15 September, 2006)
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