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Europe stocks finish wild week mixed

London FTSE ends higher, Germany's DAX lower, as investors welcome the weekend.

Australian dairy farmers getting too much for milk: Fonterra boss

Chief of world's largest milk exporter says local prices don't reflect global collapse.

Fed's Fischer: 'haven't made decision yet'

Fed Vice Chair says it's 'too early to tell' if volatility has lessened case for rate hike.

US consumer sentiment slips in August

Big swings in sharemarkets probably behind spooking of US consumers.

Woolworths will bounce back: Cairns

Incoming chairman says 'stalled' supermarket giant can be world-leading again.

Pressure builds on Rex Express

Regional airline in hot water over disclosure, on top of donations to MPs.

Hints Chinese could hide in overseas property

Industry wonders if skittish Chinese investors could continue to tap Australian market.

Wall Street falls around noon

Main indices edge back as turbulent week begins to wind down.

Weekend Economist: Fed flounder?

Despite volatility we expect the Fed to hike in September. Even if it blinks, don't expect the RBA's trajectory to change.

Fed's Kocherlakota would support more stimulus

Policymaker again argues against any move to raise US short-term rates this year.

China FTA a boon for Blackmores

Analyst says China FTA could see vitamins maker distribute directly into China.

Recent volatility unlikely to change Fed's economic outlook: Bullard

Federal Reserve policymaker says US fundamentals look good, despite global market turbulence.

Wall Street stocks open softer

Main indices edge back as turbulent week begins to wind down.

Chinese overseas tourist numbers climb

Xinhua reports near 20 per cent increase in overseas leisure travel last year.

Brazil enters recession in Q2

World's seventh-largest economy battered by falling commodity prices.

US consumer spending rose 0.3% in July

Modest spending growth suggests continuing momentum despite overseas turbulence.

UK growth confirmed at 0.7% in Q2

Unrevised GDP data shows UK the second fastest-growing in the G7 economy.

Gold prices lift modestly

Prospects of stronger greenback, US economy likely to keep a cap on yellow metal.

Police station pledge in Canning campaign

Labor challenges Liberals to match promise of round-the-clock police station.

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