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Following the US lead looks a better market bet this morning

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

Risk reversal knocks Australian shares lower

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

CBA the golden child as the Aus market is suspended in black

By Betty Lam (Sales Trader, CMC Markets)

ASX: Pre-sold budget receives mildly positive reception

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

ASX: Market moves on from the budget

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

ASX: Markets twists in the budget wind

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

ASX: Soft early tone as markets wait on local data

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets) A healthy decline in US markets is likely to see buyers backing off in early trade on the stock market this morning.

ASX: No relief for investors

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

Australian shares defy gravity

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

Stronger opening for ASX

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

ASX: Investors regain confidence

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

ASX: Low liquidity and high volatility ahead

By Chay Flack (Equities Dealer, CMC Markets Stockbroking)

ASX: International leads steer expectations towards a bright start

By Niall King (Sales Trader, CMC Markets)

ASX: Sentiment U-turn

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

Jobs related weakness hurts Australian shares

By Michael McCarthy (Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets)

Zonta says no to gender-based violence

On 25 November, Zonta Clubs throughout New Zealand will be visible in their communities wearing orange ribbons and taking a stand against gender based violence.

One dead in Kaitaia crash

One person has died in a car crash in Kaitia. At about 8:30 this morning a car struck a tree in Allen Bell drive. The sole occupant of the car was trapped and died at the scene while emergency services attempting rescue. The Police serious crash unit are investigating.

ANZ NZ Morning Brief

OUTLOOK CURRENCY: A quiet start to the week is expected, before an Australasian focused day tomorrow. The FOMC minutes Wednesday will be a focus for currency this week alongside progress, or lack thereof, over the shutdown. RATES: NZ rates will open unchanged to slightly higher.

Households facing Govt imposed copper tax - Curran

Almost 80 per cent of New Zealand households will be hit with what is effectively a copper tax as Amy Adams provides a corporate welfare hand-out to Chorus, Labour’s Communications and IT Spokesperson Clare Curran says.

International students' visit will help restore confidence in Chch

When five students from the Republic of Korea arrive in Christchurch on Sunday they will have an opportunity to experience a safe city working towards a vibrant future.

English's new tools little help to home buyers - Labour

Bill English’s proposal to allow use of loan to valuation ratios is yet another reason to add to the supply of affordable homes, say Labour’s Finance spokesperson David Parker and Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.

Residential red zone settlement date extended

A three month extension to the final settlement date for a small group of residential red zone property owners will ease a number of pressures they are facing, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says.

NZ joins Global Alliance against child sexual abuse online

Justice Minister Judith Collins has joined with representatives of 48 countries in Brussels at the Ministerial launch of the Global Alliance against child sexual abuse online.

Halloween investment adage still holds true

In Europe it’s a piece of market wisdom referred to as ‘Sell in May and go away’; in the United States they call it the Halloween effect.

Gold price on the move

Gold has climbed to its highest price in almost six months and talk in commodity markets is that it could threaten the fabled USD2,000.00 per oz mark by the end of the year based on global economic conditions.

Kiwis can't afford to join queue

Buying shares in the Government's sell-off of state assets would break the bank for most New Zealanders says Labour's State Owned Enterprises spokesperson Clayton Cosgrove.

Shareholders approve SmartPay capital raising

SmartPay (NZX: SPY), a leading provider of payments and transactional solutions in New Zealand and Australia, is pleased to advise that the resolution proposed at the SmartPay Holdings Limited Special Meeting of Shareholders held on 28 June 2012 was passed by the shareholders.

Veritas receives outstanding response to rights issue

NZX-listed shell company Veritas Investments Limited ("Veritas") announced today the very successful outcome of its 2 for 1 rights offer that closed last week. In a very strong show of support, 83% of rights were exercised, raising around $700,000 of new share capital for Veritas.

Glass Earth Gold posts Q1 results

Glass Earth Gold Limited (TSXV-GEL; NZAX-GEL) ("Glass Earth" or the "Company") announced today that it has filed its March 31, 2012 first quarter Financial Statements and associated Management's Discussion and Analysis ("MD&A") report pertaining to that period with regulatory authorities.

Ecoya in to trading profit

Ecoya Limited (NZX:ECO) the company that operates the Trilogy Skincare and Ecoya Fragrance Brands today announces its audited full year result to 31 March 2012.

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