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Australian Stocks: What Happened Today?
A wrap of the day's activity on the Australian stock market.
What's Likely In The Federal Budget For Health Care?
Brokers mull the potential health care changes and impact on stocks from the upcoming federal budget.
The Long Term Demise Of Myer
Myer's future has been the subject of disputed conjecture since David Jones received a takeover offer. One broker is certain the outlook is no less than bleak.
Which Way Ahead For The Australian Dollar?
Analysts have some mixed views on the Australian dollar's outlook.
Updating The Global Market Outlook
Broking and investment houses revisit their expectations for global markets through 2014, with equities still much favoured.
Mt Gibson Set For Strong FY14 But Bears Still Circle
Mount Gibson's March quarter numbers provoked several ratings upgrades from brokers but some are taking a dimmer view of the outlook.
The Overnight Report: Keep On Yellen
The Dow flirted with a new all-time high last night as the Nasdaq recovered further in the Fed-driven rally. Dow up 65. (Accessible only for subscribers before 10:15 AEST)
Today's Financial Calendar
Significant Scheduled Events For 23 April, 2014
Australian Stocks: What Happened Today?
A wrap of the day's activity on the Australian stock market.
Why I Think This Bull Market Has Legs
Peter Switzer of the Switzer Super Report argues against suggestions history is signalling an end to the US bull market.
Uranium Week: Spot Price Woes Continue
Irrespective of a supposedly more positive picture emerging, spot uranium continues to find no buying support.
ResMed Pullback Complete
Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggests the upside trend for ResMed may shortly resume.

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The content of this information does in no way reflect the opinions of FNArena, or of its journalists. In fact we don't have any opinion about the stock market, its value, future direction or individual shares. FNArena solely reports about what the main experts in the market note, believe and comment on. By doing so we believe we provide intelligent investors with a valuable tool that helps them in making up their own minds, reading market trends and getting a feel for what is happening beneath the surface. This document is provided for informational purposes only. It does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation to buy any security or other financial instrument. FNArena employs very experienced journalists who base their work on information believed to be reliable and accurate, though no guarantee is given that the daily report is accurate or complete. Investors should contact their personal adviser before making any investment decision.
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