There are rising fears the spread of the lethal coronavirus could damage global markets – and it's already having an impact Down Under.The Australian Securities Exchange dropped by 1.7 per cent on opening this morning, representing... (Date:01/28/2020 04:02) Read full article >>

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Australian: Australians are defined as people native to or resident in Australia.[27][28]
Securities: A security or financial instrument is a tradable asset of any kind. Securities are broadly categorized into:
Australian Securities Exchange: The Australian Securities Exchange is Australia's primary securities exchange. It was created by the merger of the Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange in July 2006.