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Business Insider /
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morning

Good morning. To the scoreboard. Dow. 21,580.07 -31.71 (-0.15%) S&P 500. 2,472.54 -0.91 (-0.04%) AUD/USD. 0.7915 -0.0043 (-0.54%) ASX200 SPI futures (Sept contracts). 5,639 (-25) More »     

Business Insider /
A Chinese military ship has been spying on war games off the Australian coast

A Chinese spy ship has been observing Australian and US forces during war games off the Queensland coast this month. The ABC has revealed that the high-tech intelligence ship from the People's Liberation Army was spotted in international waters, but within Australia's special economic zone, by Defence as the joint ...

Yahoo 7 /
Commodity slump drags local market down

The Australian share market has opened sharply lower with a slump in commodity prices weighing heavily on the energy sector and the banks also down.

The Age /
Australian shares are set to open lower

The Australian share market is set to follow the lead of international markets and open lower amid a slump in commodity prices.

The Brisbane Times /
'Aggressive': Chinese spy ship monitors Australia-US war games

A Chinese ship has been spying on major war games taking place between Australia and the United States off the coast of Queensland.

ABC /
'Provocative' act: Chinese spy ship rattles US-Australian war games

A high-tech Chinese spy ship is spotted off the Queensland coast monitoring joint military exercises between Australia ...

The Age /
Profit-takers push Aust market lower

The Australian share market has closed lower as investors took profits and mining and energy stocks were also weighed down by lower commodity prices.

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Crikey /
Ten drama plays out in Federal Court — but who will tell the ASX? 

Tne federal government, regulators, Parliament and the courts are all involved in Ten's woes, which are being splashed all over the papers. But you'd never know it from disclosures to the ASX, write Stephen Mayne and Glenn Dyer. The post Ten drama ...

The Brisbane Times /
At UN meeting, China confronted with 'severe predicament' over North Korea

China will agree to sanctions at the UN Security Council overnight, but is likely to stop short of the measures the US is demanding, predicts a Chinese analyst.

The Brisbane Times /
One-fifth of Darwin port to stay in Northern Territory government hands

Chinese company will need to consult with NT government before changing top executives, under deal which leaves 20 per cent of the Port of Darwin in government hands.

The Brisbane Times /
Hong Kong protesters arrested ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's arrival

Twenty-six activists were arrested for causing a public nuisance after they climbed onto a monument gifted by China.

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