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Plenti punished on debut – The Australian Financial Review

Shares in the non-bank lender opened down sharply when the largest initial public offering of the year launched, as investors showed caution about unsecured personal lending.

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Dow Futures Fall On Election Claims, Stimulus Doubts; Tesla Rises – Investor’s Business Daily

Dow Jones futures pared overnight losses on election interference claims, with the stock market rally at a key point. Tesla led key earnings mover.

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Dow Jones futures were little changed Thursday morning, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures, erasing overnight losses on election interference claims. The stock market rally retreated modestly Wednesday, near session lows, as stimulus deal talks pushed the Dow Jones and other major indexes up and down.
XTesla stock, Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), Edwards Lifesciences (EW), Lam Research (LRCX), Align Technology (ALGN) and CSX (CSX) reported earnings late Wednesday.
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Australian sharemarket ‘takes breather’ after recent gains, energy stocks lower – NEWS.com.au

Australian sharemarket ‘takes breather’ after recent gains, energy stocks lower

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The Australian sharemarket lost ground on Thursday, taking a breather from strong gains earlier this month, while an oil price plunge weighed on energy stocks.The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index closed 0.3 per cent lower at 6174 while the All Ordinaries Index dipped 0.4 per cent to 6384.
CommSec analyst Steve Daghlian said the market had the second worst tumble of the month, down 1.5 per cent in morning trade, before clawing back some of the losses.
“It’s not surprising that we are seeing a bit of a…

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World’s Largest Solar Farm to Be Built in Australia – But They Won’t Get The Power – ScienceAlert

A major renewable energy project in Australia billed as the world’s largest solar farm in development has had its proposed location revealed.

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A major renewable energy project in Australia billed as the world’s largest solar farm in development has had its proposed location revealed.
The AUD$20 billion facility the heart of an ambitious electricity network called the AustraliaASEAN Power Link will be built at a remote cattle station in the Northern Territory, roughly halfway between Darwin and Alice Springs.
The gargantuan 10-gigawatt array spread out across some 20,000 football fields’ worth of photovoltaic panels might be situated close…

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