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Miners are the clear winners following the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union.
Financial stocks give up Bank of Japan-inspired gains as Japanese markets reopen after a public holiday.
Gainers include ArcelorMittal, Lafargeholcim, Nokia, Maersk
The Australian miner is in dispute with Canberra over $772 billion of back taxes, mostly relating to a marketing business which routes sales through Singapore. It may go to court.
A surge in coal prices may stifle demand from Chinese steel producers, which are being counted on to mop up as much as 50 million tons of new iron ore.
The central bank signals near-term rate status quo, while observing a softening in the housing market.
Copper and crude have been a good measure of economic activity, but both are at historically low levels.
Look for a relatively shallow pullback in the weeks ahead.
The Lucky Country has now gone a quarter of a century without a recession. A Teflon-coated economy indeed.
The $400 million deal eases pressure on Woodside to fill its pipeline of long-term projects after it shelved its $40 billion Browse project earlier this year.
The central bank chief pledges to stick with its easing measures as it strives to get inflation up to its elusive 2% goal.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May reiterates 'Brexit means Brexit' and that there will be no attempts to stay in the EU 'by the back door'.
Commerzbank gains on Deutsche Bank merger rumors.
Slater & Gordon shares continue to fall on yesterday's lackluster results.
BHP Billiton (BHP) will be cutting CEO Andrew Mackenzie's annual bonus following a dam collapse in Brazil last year.
A collapse in a Brazilian mine co-owned by BHP Billiton (BHP) and Vale (VALE) was caused by drainage and design flaws, according to an investigation report released late Monday.
Benchmark indices across Europe are up but the FTSE falls after a holiday Monday.
Friday's strong finish failed to save stock markets from a second week of losses.
Macau's Galaxy Entertainment rises as mass-market gamblers from the Chinese mainland drive forecast-busting profit, while ChinaMengniu milks a 12% gain from a mixed set of first-half numbers.
BHP Billiton, for one, continues to benefit from easy central bank money.
Brent crude surges breaks $50 a barrel.
And Carlsberg is feeling the effects, as beer volumes fell in some markets in the second quarter.