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Kiwi and Aussie currencies converge, fueling new rivalry

Stocks steady after China stimulus, euro hurt by Greek woes

Asian stocks steady after China stimulus, euro hurt by Greek woes

Search area for Flight 370 to be doubled if plane not found

US market rises on Fed comments

Australian shares slide for second day

Aust market tipped to open higher

Govt warns schools will miss out on $16.2b if Gonski abandoned

No ads, or new pencils, for WA government

Budget finds right balance, Swan says

NZ dollar dips in volatile trading

Swan welcomes RBA rate cut

NZ dollar slips after tepid inflation data

US market rallies as gold price stabilises

Door remains ajar for more rate cuts: RBA

Share market closes down ahead of release of key economic data

Swan to ask nation to share the pain

Petrol prices jump with more rises likely

RBA fairly upbeat on Aust economy

US shares slide again as investors fret about growth

Australia urged to follow NZ on same-sex marriage

Credit growth to remain subdued: BoQ

Bus confidence first rise since Dec 2011

Bank, retail losses see share market fall

Kiwi falls amid renewed European fears

Italy, US put investors on edge

High $A tough on Aust wine

Share gains held back by retail slide

Reserve signals dollar frustration

Arrium flags more job losses

Mining losses fuel share market fall

Lower rates benefit the economy: Swan

US markets ease on employment worries

Local investors unfazed by Labor turmoil

Wall St edges higher despite Cyprus jitters

NZ dollar falls after US jobs report

Local market slips despite global highs

Dow hits fresh record as optimism continues

Shares open flat despite positive leads

Govt, Opp. figure it out on new homes

Penrice to pull the pin on soda ash production

Surplus possible, says Labor MP

Australia's central bank holds rates at 2.50%

Tropicana mine pours first gold

Kiwi falls as US heads for budget deadline

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RBA holds steady but eye on US

Analysis: Australia's central bank mangles message on A$, rates