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Recent articles by David:

Wall Street slips from records; ASX to rise despite China virus outbreak

Australian shares are expected to open higher, despite fears of a deadly virus outbreak spreading beyond China causing global markets to fall. → Read More

ASX to hit record high for third straight day as Wall Street climbs to new peak

Australian shares will hit fresh record highs for the third day in a row, driven by record low interest rates and enthusiasm over the United States and China signing a limited trade deal. → Read More

ASX to hit record 7,000 points despite muted reception for US-China trade deal

Australia's share market is set to climb to its highest level ever, following a lukewarm lead from Wall Street, after the United State and China signed their long-awaited phase one trade agreement. → Read More

Wall Street slips from record high on volatile day, ahead of US-China trade deal signing

The Australian share market is likely to have a limp start to the day as Wall Street retreats from record highs on reports the Trump administration will keep China tariffs through 2020 election. → Read More

The ASX in 2020: experts reveal which stocks are hot, and which ones to avoid

Five experts give their takes on whether the ASX will surge again this year. Here's what they had to say. → Read More

Australian dollar jumps to five-month high as Wall Street hits new records

The Australian share market is expected to slip in early trade as it re-opens after a two-day Christmas break, despite Wall Street pushing new record highs again. → Read More

Wall Street hits record highs amid ongoing US-China trade optimism

Australian shares are likely to start the Christmas Eve trading session with very little momentum, while anticipation for a US-China phase one trade deal pushes Wall Street to fresh records. → Read More

Jetstar cancels 10pc of January domestic flights as wage dispute intensifies

Jetstar reveals it cut 10 per cent of its domestic flights in January to avoid disrupting customers at short notice. → Read More

Wall Street hits new records after Donald Trump says US is 'very close' to China trade deal

Australian shares are set to rebound, while Wall Street hits new record highs as US President Donald Trump strongly hints that he is close to signing a trade deal with China. → Read More

Westpac chairman faces angry shareholders at fiery general meeting

Westpac's board is fronting shareholders for the first time since it was charged with breaching anti-money laundering laws 23 million times and inadvertently facilitating payments for child sex abuse. → Read More

Australian shares to fall while Fed keeps interest rates on hold

The local share market is expected to fall ahead of Westpac's annual general meeting, while the Australian dollar jumps after the US Federal Reserve keeps interest rates steady. → Read More

ACCC pulls up roofers for Facebook collusion to jack up prices after Sydney hailstorm

Two roof repairers have been caught red-handed by the ACCC trying to overcharge property owners whose homes were ravaged by last year's Sydney hailstorms. → Read More

Japan's second largest burger chain underpays Australian workers $1.1m

The local arm of Japanese burger chain, MOS Burger, is caught underpaying its Australian workers $1.1 million over a period of seven years. → Read More

ASX steadies as investors await further volatility with US-China trade war

Australian shares are likely to start the day with little momentum, following a volatile week due to conflicting signals from Donald Trump about how the US-China trade dispute was progressing. → Read More

ASX to rebound as investors cling to hopes of US-China trade war cessation

Australian shares are headed for a rebound, and all it took was US President Donald Trump saying trade talks with China are going very well. → Read More

ASX to keep falling after Donald Trump says he might delay US-China trade deal

Australian shares head for another day of major losses after US President Donald Trump said he was in no hurry to sign a trade deal with China by the end of next week. → Read More

ASX to sink as Donald Trump threatens to impose tariffs on Brazil and Argentina metal imports

Australian shares are headed for a sharp fall after US President Donald Trump decides to widen his trade war by reinstating tariffs on steel and aluminium imported from Brazil and Argentina. → Read More

Bardot goes into administration as it struggles in 'highly cluttered' retail sector

Women's fashion brand Bardot enters into voluntary administration, joining an ever-growing list of struggling Australian retailers. → Read More

Wall Street climbs to new records on stronger US economy and 'hope trade'

Australian shares are expected to rise in early trade after Wall Street climbed to record highs for its fourth session in a row on the back of a stronger-than-expected economic update. → Read More

S&P 500 and Nasdaq climb to record highs on hopes for trade deal, ASX to rise

Australian shares are expected to follow Wall Street's record-breaking session over hopes for a US-China trade deal, while jewellery giant Tiffany & Co agrees to a be taken over by LVMH for $US16.2 billion. → Read More