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The ASX is in the red for a fourth straight session and materials stocks are leading the losses.
Short king bets against Tesla, predicts Musk will leave
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High-profile short-seller Jim Chanos has stepped up his bets against electric car maker Tesla throughout the year, making some dire predictions even as the company’s shares rallied.
[email protected]: Soggy start in store for ASX
Despite further subdued moves in US equities, which ultimately sets Asia up for quite a soggy start, there have been a number of interesting macro factors worth exploring.
Woodside sell-down sparks ASX slide
A long-awaited “liquidity event” in Woodside Petroleum shares sparked selling across ASX bluechips and pushed the ASX 200 back below 6000 points.
$A gets helping hand from domestic data
The Australian dollar crept away from four-month lows on Tuesday as a surprisingly strong survey of business activity at home helped salve the sting from disappointing Chinese data.
NBN quarterly revenue more than doubles
About 708,000 new homes and businesses joined the national broadband network in the September quarter, helping network revenue more than double compared to a year ago.
[email protected]: ASX set to open lower
The local sharemarket is set to open in negative territory after a mixed night on global markets.
‘People shouldn’t panic’: Bitcoin tumbles $50b before rebounding
Bitcoin is proving that investing in digital currencies isn’t for the faint of heart.