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Australian Market Modestly Higher

RTTNews Tuesday, 19 March 2019
The Australian stock market is modestly higher in choppy trade on Tuesday following the positive cues overnight from Wall Street. Investors are cautious as they digested minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia's monetary policy meeting held earlier in March. Gains by miners were offset by weakness in banking stocks.
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