Australian shares fell 1% again, mirroring the ASX’s biggest fall in nearly six months yesterday.
At the close, the ASX200 was at 6,160.40, down 70.00 points or 1.12%.
On Wall Street the S&P500 dropped 0.3% and the tech-heavy Nasdaq was down 1.2%.
The main drag on the Australian market was BHP, down 2.48% to $31.40.
Three of the big four banks were in the red and Macquarie fell 2.38% to $124.52.
Telstra was most actively traded of the big players, up 3.3% to $3.12, after cutting its 2019 revenue guidance by $300 million.
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