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Intel sees revenue holding, cuts capital spending, shares up

TSMC sees Q2 sales dip after key client loses business

Asian markets stumble over China

Wall Street ends higher after bounce in oil prices

RBA's cash rate 'likely to stay on hold'

Privatising Qld's electricity assets inevitable: Costello

Housing starts to pick up mining slack

Investment down, housing approvals up

Rio expects commodity volatility in 2013

Transfield to sell assets after H1 loss

Italy, US put investors on edge

Chrysler now a rising star among automakers

NJ Revel casino files for bankruptcy

Penney drops as analyst cuts rating, price target

Survey: Ky. horse industry worth billions

SK Hynix posts profit as chip demand improves

Shell plans US export of gas to Asian markets

Authority warns sewage spills not over

Rio Tinto opens Cape Lambert expansion

Next Vic budget will be 'prudent': govt

OMV buys key Statoil oil fields for at least $2.65 billion

Statoil to bet on Angola, Russian shale in exploration

Mining investment expected to stay strong

Japan shouldn't exaggerate pain from tax hike: BOJ policymaker

Japan manufacturers' optimism hits three-year high: Reuters Tankan

Huawei, ZTE win bulk of China Mobile's $3 billion 4G bonanza: sources

Aust well placed for transition: Swan

McDonald's predicts tough year despite new items

Newcrest boss vows to fix reputation

Aircraft lift US durable goods orders in September

No plan to privatise assets: Qld govt

German reinsurance giant Munich Re profits halved

BHP beats forecasts, lifts ore guidance

Fortescue Metals Group moves to pay off debt ahead of schedule

Bradbury defends business tax group

Hobbit tax rebate swells to over $67m

Construction up, despite spending cuts

Aust has biggest trade deficit since 2008

Dems platform backs gay marriage, abortion rights

Democratic platform focuses on fixing the economy

We don't need joint ventures: Fortescue

Australian economy shows modest growth in Q3

ACT seeks $2.5 billion tourism industry by 2020

Mining giant BHP Billiton to reduce spending by 25%

IPART fields water hike concerns at public hearing

Iron ore, coal still going strong: study

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