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Australia, NZ dlrs drift lower ahead of expected flurry of rate hikes

Australia, NZ dlrs drift lower ahead of expected flurry of rate hikes By Stella Qiu SYDNEY, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The Australian and New Zealand dollars drifted lower on Monday at the start of a week packed with central bank rate decisions and U.S. data releases that will be watched closely by traders trying to discern the path of future interest rate rises.
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Australian shares inch lower as miners, banks drag

Australian shares inch lower as miners, banks drag Jan 30 (Reuters) - Australian shares inched lower on Monday, with heavyweight miners leading the fall, while insurers also dropped after saying they had received thousands of claims from flood-hit customers in New Zealand. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO slipped 0.1% to 7,484.8 by 00:50 GMT, with investors globally awaiting a U.S.
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Soybeans at 1-1/2-week low on forecasts of rains in Argentina

GRAINS-Soybeans at 1-1/2-week low on forecasts of rains in Argentina Forecasts of Argentina rains to improve crop prospects Chicago corn drops to one-week low, wheat futures fall Adds quote in paragraphs 3-4, updates prices By Naveen Thukral SINGAPORE, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Chicago soybean futures slid for a fourth consecutive session on Monday, to their lowest in more than one week as expectations of rains in Argentina's parched growing areas eased concerns over supplies.
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Australian shares hit near 9-month high as energy, tech stocks boost

Australian shares hit near 9-month high as energy, tech stocks boost Jan 23 (Reuters) - Australian shares inched higher on Monday to their highest in nearly nine months, as technology stocks tracked Wall Street's strong finish last week and firm crude oil prices lifted energy stocks. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO rose 0.1% to 7,458.00 by 2328 GMT, extending gains to a fourth session.
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Dollar muted as growth concerns mount, yen retreats

FOREX-Dollar muted as growth concerns mount, yen retreats By Ankur Banerjee SINGAPORE, Jan 20 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar loitered around its seven-month lows on Friday as fears of an economic slowdown dented risk appetite, while the yen eased even as speculation swirls that the Bank of Japan (BOJ) will eventually move away from its ultra-easy policy.
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Australia's Super Retail Group faces legal action over worker pay

UPDATE 1-Australia's Super Retail Group faces legal action over worker pay Adds statements from FWO, background Jan 20 (Reuters) - Australian retailer Super Retail Group SUL.AX said on Friday the country's industrial relations watchdog had filed proceedings against it related to staff underpayment. The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) alleged that the company underpaid individual employees by as much as A$34,500 between January 2017 and March 2019, with aggregate underpayments amounting to about A$1.14
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Australia shares hit 7-month peak on commodity, financial boost

* Gold, energy stocks lead benchmark higher * Super Retail Group emerges as top gainer * All indexes in green (Updates to close) By Archishma Iyer Jan 16 (Reuters) - Australian shares hit their highest level in seven months on Monday, led by commodity and financial stocks after softer U.S. inflation data last week bolstered hopes of smaller rate hikes by the Federal Reserve.
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Australia shares end lower after long holiday break; growth concerns weigh

* AXJO set to lose about 5% this year * All "Big Four" banks trading in red * Daily trading volume at lowest since early Jan. * Genex Power down 18.8% (Updates to close) By Rishav Chatterjee Dec 28 (Reuters) - Australian shares closed lower on Wednesday in a low-volume session, after resuming from an extended holiday weekend, as investors assessed the impact of China dismantling COVID-19 curbs amid high inflation and a policy tightening environment.
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Australian economy on edge as fixed-rate mortgage pain looms in 2023

By Stella Qiu SYDNEY, Dec 20 (Reuters) - The post-pandemic slump in Australian housing is set to deepen next year as hundreds of billions of dollars of mortgage debt fixed at record low rates in 2020 and 2021 mature, forcing borrowers to refinance at punishingly high interest rates. Repayments on an estimated A$370 billion ($245.79 billion) of home loans could spike by as much as two-thirds at a time when real incomes are already shrinking due to surging inflation, dealing a body blow to house p
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Australian shares snap three-day losing streak on commodities boost

* ASX 200 falls 1.2% this week * Benchmark has fallen 3.1% so far this year * NZ benchmark falls 0.4% this week (Updates to close) By Echha Jain Dec 9 (Reuters) - Australian shares snapped a three-day losing streak on Friday, buoyed by gains in mining stocks, on hopes that easing COVID-19 restrictions in China would boost global demand and growth outlook.
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Australian fund managers keep big banks at arm's length

By Lewis Jackson SYDNEY, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Holdings of Australia's big banks by domestic fund managers are hovering near record lows on expectations that a combination of high consumer spending and low arrears will give way to bad debts. Local institutional shareholders were a little over a quarter of the shareholder registry at the major banks in September, the last month this data was available, just off the nine-year low notched during the depth of the pandemic, according to a monthly fund ma
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Bankers pour cold water on red hot coal

* Coal miners struggling to fund expansion plans * Thermal coal costs more than coking coal after price surge * Most Western bankers pulling back from coal industry By Sarah McFarlane and Clara Denina LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - It's the best of times, it's the worst of times. At least when it comes to mining coal. After years of decline, demand for the polluting fossil fuel has surged this year as Europe scrambles to replace Russian gas, and coal miners are making money hand over fist.
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Australian shares rise on financials boost ahead of cenbank decision

Oct 31 (Reuters) - Australian shares rose on Monday, led by financial stocks, ahead of a highly anticipated modest interest rate hike by the central bank this week despite the highest inflation in three decades. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO was up 1.2% at 6,864.4 points, as of 0017 GMT. The benchmark closed 0.9% lower on Friday. Wall Street closed sharply higher on Friday with all major U.S.
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Australian banks may have to rethink mortgages in risk areas -NAB

WELLINGTON, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Australian banks may have to rethink whether they sell mortgages in areas prone to extreme weather events, the chief executive of the country's second-biggest lender said on Tuesday as thousands of homes in Melbourne were evacuated. Ross McEwan, chief executive officer of National Australia Bank Ltd NAB.AX , told a business lunch in Wellington that as devastating floods become more frequent it raises questions about whether banks will help people buying assets in f
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Australia, NZ dollars wallow at over two-year lows as risk aversion reigns

SYDNEY, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The Australian and New Zealand dollars huddled near their lowest in over two years on Friday, as an aggressive U.S. Federal Reserve, worries about global growth, and geopolitical concerns from Russia's war in Ukraine bolstered the safe-haven dollar. The Aussie was little changed at $0.6645 AUD=D3 on Friday, after a volatile session that saw it plunging through a key level of 66 cents to $0.6574 for the first time since May 2020. It was headed for a weekly loss of 1%.
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Australia companies split: miners boom, airlines turn up, retailers slump

* Dichotomy replacing 'pre-pandemic harmony' - analyst * Miners benefit from Ukraine-related commodities boom * Qantas sees strong demand ahead after COVID * Inflation, rate hikes pummel grocers like Woolworths * Banks hurt by higher rates, housing downturn By Byron Kaye and Jaskiran Singh SYDNEY, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Australia's companies are split, as big miners and airlines expect higher profits on soaring commodities prices and a rebound from COVID-19, while supermarkets, banks and manufacture
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Australia's CBA posts 11% profit jump but warns of housing headwinds

* Annual cash profit jumps 11% * A$357 mln loan impairment benefit vs A$554 mln expense yr ago * CEO expects consumer demand to moderate By Byron Kaye and Shashwat Awasthi SYDNEY, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Commonwealth Bank of Australia CBA.AX rode the end of a pandemic-powered property boom to its best annual profit in four years, but warned that spiralling cost-of-living pressures had started to hit consumer confidence.
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Australia's "Big Four" banks raise mortgage rates after RBA hike

Aug 4 (Reuters) - Australia's "Big Four" banks raised their home loan variable interest rates on Thursday, after the country's central bank hiked rates earlier this week. Commonwealth Bank of Australia CBA.AX , Australia and New Zealand Banking Group ANZ.AX , National Australia Bank NAB.AX and Westpac Banking Corp WBC.AX increased their mortgage rates to match the hike announced by the central bank Link The new rates for CBA and ANZ customers will take effect from Aug.
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Australia's ANZ to buy Suncorp bank arm for $3.3 bln, narrow gap with rivals

* ANZ to raise A$3.5 bln equity to fund deal * ANZ withdraws from talks to buy MYOB Group * Suncorp to return majority of net proceeds to shareholders By Byron Kaye and Sameer Manekar July 18 (Reuters) - Australia and New Zealand Banking Group ANZ.AX is buying the banking arm of insurer Suncorp Group SUN.AX for A$4.9 billion ($3.33 billion), as the smallest of Australia's major lenders seeks to revive growth at home after falling behind rivals.
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Australian shares subdued as investors await U.S. inflation data

(Updates to close) * Aussie banks, healthcare stocks top advancers * RBNZ cash rate decision due Wednesday * Eyes on U.S. June CPI data By Upasana Singh July 12 (Reuters) - Australian shares were muted on Tuesday, after losses in miners offset strength in bank stocks, as investors awaited U.S. economic data this week for clues on the Federal Reserve's stance on monetary policy.
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