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Australian shares hit record highs as bank stocks rally

Australian shares hit record highs as bank stocks rally Developers and banks gain BHP drops post WA nickel ops suspension NZ50 at 17-month high Updates to close By Sneha Kumar July 12 (Reuters) - Australian shares hit record highs on Friday, led by banks, after data showed weaker-than-expected June U.S inflation and helped firm bets of an interest rate cut in September by the Federal Reserve.
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Australian shares end near record high; US inflation data on tap

Australian shares end near record high; US inflation data on tap ASX 200 ends at near 2-month high ASX 200's intraday high 8 pts shy of record Banks end as top gainers, for record closing high Miners, oil firms track commodity prices higher By Sneha Kumar July 11 (Reuters) - Australian shares jumped on Thursday to within touching distance of their all-time high, tracking the record-breaking run on Wall Street.
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Miners weigh on Aussie shares, NZ stocks end higher after cenbank holds rates

Miners weigh on Aussie shares, NZ stocks end higher after cenbank holds rates Miners at one-week low Banks rise to record highs RBNZ stands pat on interest rates By Sneha Kumar July 10 (Reuters) - Australian shares fell on Wednesday, weighed down by a sell-off in heavyweight mining stocks due to a decline in ironore prices, while shares in New Zealand finished higher after the central bank kept its benchmark rate steady, as expected.
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NZ shares flat after c.bank holds rate as expected; Aussie shares lower

NZ shares flat after c.bank holds rate as expected; Aussie shares lower Updates throughout with RBNZ decision By Sneha Kumar July 10 (Reuters) - New Zealand shares were little changed on Wednesday after the country's central bank kept its benchmark rate at a 16-year high as expected, while Australian shares were dragged down by a drop in heavyweight mining stocks .
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Australia shares end lower; eyes on key data points this week

Australia shares end lower; eyes on key data points this week ASX 200 logs worst session in 2 weeks Inflation prints from U.S. and China this week Healthcare stocks snap 3-day winning streak By Sneha Kumar July 8 (Reuters) - Australian shares fell on Monday, dragged by losses in heavyweight miners as commodity prices declined on demand concerns from top consumer China, while investors exercised caution ahead of critical data this week.
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