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  1. The week in numbers to March 6

    A summary of the big, really big and not so big numbers of the past week.

  2. $A below 78 US cents as greenback rises

    The Australian dollar has lost momentum as European stimulus boosts the greenback, and traders await American jobs data.

  3. Shares fall as iron ore price tumbles

    The share market is in the red due to falls in the mining, energy and banking sectors.

  4. Stocks to watch at noon on Friday

    Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange at noon on Friday

  5. Shares flat as banks up, materials down

    Investors are jumping into high-yield bank stocks in anticipation of an upcoming rate cut, but a weak materials sector has flattened the market.

  6. Killing cancer from the inside

    Phylogica is developing a means of penetrating cells so that drugs can be delivered inside those cells.

  7. Aust shares open flat

    The Australian share market at open on Friday

  8. Construction industry in decline

    Construction industry in decline

    The construction industry has deteriorated for the fourth straight month as house building struggles to fill the hole left by mining.

  9. Aust bond futures prices strengthen

    The European Central Bank's bond buying announcement has pushed Australian bond futures prices higher.

  10. $A sinks on RBA comments, $US strength

    The Australian dollar has sunk back below 78 US cents following the European Central Bank's bond buying announcement and comments from the RBA.

  11. Stocks to watch on Friday

    Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange on Friday

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