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89619"Australian Shares Fall, Iron ore Declines"11/12/2019 1:17:25 AM"The ASX 200 lost 31 points or -0.46% to 6740 by 12:15pm AEDT, as iron ore prices hit fresh 9-month lows. Vivek Dhar, mining and commodities analyst at the Commonwealth Bank attributed the weakness to decreased demand from China, saying “Steel mills in China and traders were reluctant to buy iron ore ahead of announcements on winter production cuts. Winter production cuts usually extend from mid November to mid March as policymakers look to reduce industrial output in northern China to combat seasonally higher air pollution.” The biggest gains have been led by JIN Jumbo Interactive Limited (1.9 points or 9.35% to 22.21), DHG Domain Holdings Australia Limited (0.23 points or 7.01% to 3.51) and APT Afterpay Touch Group Limited (1.4 points or 4.97% to 29.6). Biggest losses led by NEC Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited (-0.1 points or -5.31% to 1.75), WHC Whitehaven Coal Limited (-0.14 points or -4.15% to 3.23) and WBC Westpac Banking Corporation (-1.00 points or -3.6% to 26.79)."AustraliaStock MarketAS51/australia/stock-market
89618Canadian Dollar Hits 4-week Low11/12/2019 12:43:36 AMUSDCAD increased to a 4-week high of 1.3239canadacurrencyUSDCAD/canada/currency
89617Australia Business Sentiment Rises Unexpectedly11/12/2019 12:35:00 AM"The NAB business confidence index in Australia unexpectedly was at three-month high of 2 in September of 2019, compared to market expectations and August's figure of 0, but remained below average of 6. Business sentiment inched higher (up 1 points to 3), mainly driven by gains in sales (up 3 points to 7) and profitability (up 2 points to 0), while employment was unchanged (at 4 index points). At the same time, forward looking indicators were slightly more positive, with a rise in forwards orders and capital expenditure, while capacity utilisation edged lower, but remained above average. Across sectors, mining, construction and services improved, while retail also edged higher, albeit still weak. Meantime, conditions for other industries deteriorated. ""It appears that the support provided by both fiscal and monetary policy this year has done little to offset the slowdown in the business sector,"" said NAB Group chief economist Alan Oster."AustraliaBusiness ConfidenceNABSCONF/australia/business-confidence
89616New Zealand Tourist Arrivals Rise Below Consensus11/11/2019 10:00:32 PM"Overseas visitor arrivals in New Zealand increased by 3615 or 1.4 percent year-on-year to 261,770 in September 2019, below market expectations of a 1.7 percent gain. Growth was driven by increases in arrivals from Australia (+7900) and Thailand (+1400). In contrast, visitors declined from China (-4900), Malaysia (-2000), and Japan (-1300). Arrivals for the year ended September 2019 were 3.9 million, up 95,345 from the year ended September 2018."New ZealandTourist ArrivalsNEWZEALANTOUARR/new-zealand/tourist-arrivals
89614US Stocks Close Mixed11/11/2019 9:09:00 PM"Wall Street was little changed on Monday, as investors remained expectant of US-China trade talks. Abroad, attention focused on demonstrations in Hong Kong after police fired gunshots at protesters, forcing schools and offices to close early. On the corporate side, Boeing shares rallied on news it will resume deliveries of the 737 Max jet next month. The Dow Jones added 10 points to a new record of 27691. The S&P 500 lost 6 points or 0.2% to 3087. The Nasdaq retreated 11 points or 0.1% to 8464."United StatesStock MarketINDU/united-states/stock-market