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Job ad numbers up by 2.3 per cent in April (AAP)

Internet and newspaper job ads rose by 2.3 per cent in April, reversing a dip the previous month, an ANZ survey shows.

Building approvals rise in March (AAP)

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released residential building approvals data for March.

China's economy seen slowing to 6.8 percent in Q2 - state think tank (Reuters)

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's economy is expected to slow further to 6.8 percent in the second quarter from a six-year low hit in the first, a top government think tank said in a research report that u...

McAleese down on Atlas contracts (The West Australian)

McAleese is warning of a steep drop in full year earnings as it prepares to recommence providing some haulage services to troubled iron ore miner Altas Iron.

McAleese faces steep earnings drop (AAP)

Shares in haulage firm McAleese have slumped after returning from a trading suspension amid warnings of a steep drop in full year earnings.

U.S. Senate panel raises privacy concerns in White House hacking incident (Reuters)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee has written President Barack Obama over concerns that a recently reported data breach on the White House computer system might have compromise...

Shares open higher on US leads (AAP)

The Australian share market has opened higher on the back of strong US leads, however the major banks are weighing on the market.

Asia makes tentative start to event-full week (Reuters)

By Wayne Cole
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets got off to s sluggish start on Monday in a packed week for global economic news that is book ended by the U.S. jobs report, a key in...

Westpac shares drop on flat profit result (AAP)

Westpac shares have fallen more than four per cent after it posted a flat $3.78 billion first half profit.

Inflation stays below 2% for 5 months: TD (AAP)

The annual rate of inflation was 1.4 per cent in April, the fifth consecutive month it was below the RBA's target band, the TD inflation gauge shows.

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