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Tech & Science Australian shares likely to open higher on upbeat trade deal comments; NZ down

08:01  27 november  2019
08:01  27 november  2019 Source:   reuters.com

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Australian shares were set to rise on Monday as trade deal hopes were revitalised after leaders of the United States and China sent positive messages New Zealand 's benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index <. NZ 50> was down 0.13% at 2105 GMT. Pictures: From masterpieces to the moon, amazing things

Australian shares are likely to open higher on Friday, set to snap two sessions of losses, with energy stocks expected to buoy the index, while positive news on the Sino-U.S China will strive to reach an initial trade agreement with the United States, the Chinese commerce ministry said on Thursday.

Australian shares were set to rise on Monday as trade deal hopes were revitalised after leaders of the United States and China sent positive messages about an initial pact to end their trade war.

Market sentiment warmed after U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday a trade deal was "potentially very close", reciprocating comments by Chinese President Xi Jinping that Beijing wanted to work out an initial pact.

The local share price index futures were up 0.2%, a 22.2-point premium to the underlying S&P/ASX 200 index <.AXJO> close. The benchmark rose 0.6% on Friday.

New Zealand's benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index <.NZ50> was down 0.13% at 2105 GMT.

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  Asian stocks cheered by fresh trade talk momentum Asian stocks cheered by fresh trade talk momentumTOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose on Tuesday, bolstered by Wall Street's record closing highs and signs of new momentum in Beijing's and Washington's efforts to end their long and acrimonious trade dispute.

Australian shares are poised to open higher on Wednesday with higher iron ore prices expected to support gains among miners, while lack of details about the Sino-U.S. trade talks in New Zealand 's benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index had risen 0.2% by 2108 GMT ahead of the central bank's rate decision.

Australian shares are likely to open higher on Tuesday, taking cues from a recovery on Wall Street as investors remain hopeful of an eventual trade deal between China and the The benchmark fell 0.8 percent on Monday. New Zealand 's benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index rose 0.1 percent in early trade .

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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. It began with a massive global sell-off after US President Donald Trump unexpectedly decided to impose metal tariffs on Brazil and Argentina, then suggested he was in no hurry to end the long drawn out US-China trade war. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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