LOOKS LIKE ANOTHER BAD DAY: Australian Stocks Are Down Again

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Australia’s share market is down 1.1% just before midday, after a horror Thursday that saw more than $30 billion in value wiped off.

The ASX200 was at 5,007.6 at 11:43 AM, after opening at 5,062.40.

Banks are leading the market down again.

  • The Commonwealth Bank is down 0.53%
  • Westpac is down 1.8%
  • ANZ is down 0.53%
  • NAB is down 0.41%

Miners are also down. BHP dropped 0.63% to $34.65 at 11:26 AM. RIO was down 0.58% to $54.74 at 11:26 AM.

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