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ASX to dip as US stocks fall and its currency hits a low, while Japan’s third COVID wave hits GDP – ABC News

The Australian share market is expected to dip on open, as US stocks slip and its currency hits its lowest level in months.

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The Australian share market is expected to dip on open, as US stocks slip and its currency hits its lowest level in months.
At 7:15am AEST, ASX 200 futures were down 1.1 per cent.
The market closed up 0.6 per cent yesterday.
US markets all ended in the red.
That was despite strong earnings reports by a string of big names including Home Depot and Walmart.
Market snapshot at 7:30am AEST:

  • ASX 200 futures +1.1pc; ASX 200 closed +0.6pc at 7,066
  • AUD: 77.90 US cents, 54.91 British pence, 63.71 Euro cents,…

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