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ASX set to jump as Wall Street risk appetite rises

ASX set to jump as Wall Street risk appetite rises

ASX eyes a bright start as better-than-expected earnings reports continue to boost Wall Street sentiment.

  • by Shreyashi Sanyal

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As it happened: ASX closes 0.1% lower as large miners drag

As it happened: ASX closes 0.1% lower as large miners drag

The S&P/ASX200 closed slightly lower on Tuesday, down 6.2 points, at 7374.9 points.

  • by Lucy Battersby and Colin Kruger
The ‘risk-free’ crypto trade is back in a big way

The ‘risk-free’ crypto trade is back in a big way

The closest thing to a safe bet has re-emerged in the cryptocurrency market as traders – awaiting the launch of the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund – bid up the price of futures. 

  • by Vildana Hajric and Katie Greifeld
Pandemic boom: Wall Street’s biggest dealmakers have never been busier

Pandemic boom: Wall Street’s biggest dealmakers have never been busier

The world is experiencing economic upheaval caused by the pandemic, trade disputes and geopolitical tension. And dealmakers at America’s biggest banks are the busiest they have ever been.

  • by Lananh Nguyen
ASX set to slide as Wall Street wobbles on China, inflation worries

ASX set to slide as Wall Street wobbles on China, inflation worries

Wall Street has made a mixed start to the week with a range of issues facing investors.

  • by Damian Troise
As it happened: ASX up 0.3% to three-week high

As it happened: ASX up 0.3% to three-week high

The S&P/ASX 200 ended Monday’s session at a three-week high of 7,381 points.

  • by Lucy Battersby and Colin Kruger
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ASX set for bright start as earnings boost Wall Street

ASX set for bright start as earnings boost Wall Street

Wall Street wraps up its best week since July as earnings continue to impress.

  • by Stan Choe and Alex Veiga
‘A recipe for disaster’: Unregulated and untamed, meet the crypto influencers

‘A recipe for disaster’: Unregulated and untamed, meet the crypto influencers

Australian crypto influencers are building fan bases in the hundreds of thousands by posting about the enviable lifestyles fuelled by their trading activities and encouraging their followers to do the same.

  • by Sarah Danckert
‘Finfluencer’ follower wins nearly $500,000 in court over failed investment

‘Finfluencer’ follower wins nearly $500,000 in court over failed investment

The case marks the first time in Australia that a follower of a cryptocurrency influencer has successfully sued the celebrity trader for losses incurred on an investment.

  • by Sarah Danckert
As it happened: ASX closes 0.7% higher, Qantas brings forward flights

As it happened: ASX closes 0.7% higher, Qantas brings forward flights

The ASX200 closed 0.7% higher, gaining 50.3 points, to close at 7362, with most sectors in the black.

  • by Emma Koehn and Colin Kruger
The mysterious surge of North Korea’s currency

The mysterious surge of North Korea’s currency

In normal economies, currencies weaken in times of difficulty, but something counter-intuitive is happening in North Korea: the won is surging just as things are getting worse.

  • by Hooyeon Kim