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The Australian market opens a new week’s trade on a Tuesday with material economic indicator reports due late morning. US equities markets fell overnight on Friday, ahead of an expected 50 basis point hike by the Federal Reserve on Wednesday. Fears (read more)
Overnight US equities, WTI, iron ore and LME base metals lower. Key regional data this morning. Influential US data tonight. Six Australian States and/or Territories heading into a Monday public holiday weekend. ASX closed Monday. (read more)
Overnight US equities and nickel lower; oil and aluminium higher. China trade figures today. European Central Bank policy meeting tonight. Domestic energy prices and interest rates impacts focus. ASX closed Monday. (read more)
Key domestic economic reports and speeches today, plus material regional data in hand pre-trade. Overnight US equities, oil, iron ore and gold higher; copper and nickel lower. Further inflation and economic growth warnings. (read more)
RBA policy meeting outcomes 2.30pm. Domestic services sector resumes contraction mode, according to pre-trade data. Overnight iron ore and LME key base metals higher. Australia-Asia relations in focus. (read more)