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Share Market Update Sept 18

The domestic sharemarket fell just under 1.5% across the month of September, with a slight fall in job numbers reported for July, and with the effects of the political unrest in August starting to show in worsening confidence levels.

The Dow Jones rose 1.8% across September, with 157,000 new jobs reported to have been created in July and unemployment falling slightly from 4% to 3.9%.

The $AUS rose ever so slightly from 71.9c to 72.2c against the $US.

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