1. Rising jobs and house loans place these ASX shares in focus  Motley Fool Australia
  2. ASX to slip, Wall St rallies, $A surges  The Australian Financial Review
  3. Last Orders: Small caps gain 2.1% as RBA trims cash rate  Stockhead
  4. ASX 200 has explosive start to trading ahead of RBA decision  Motley Fool Australia
  5. ASX dashes ahead on Cup Day: Aus shares 1.7% higher at noon  Finance News Network
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ASX shares appear set to benefit from rises in housing prices and rapid growth in job numbers as the economy recovers from Covid-19.ASX shares appear set to benefit from rises in housing prices and rapid growth in job numbers as the economy recovers from Covid-19.

Rising jobs and house loans place these ASX shares in focus // Motley Fool Australia

Australian shares are poised for a modest opening loss. Shares advance in Europe and in New York. $A leaps higher.Australian shares are poised for a modest opening loss. Shares advance in Europe and in New York. $A leaps higher.

Australian Financial Review

Last Orders: Small caps gain 2.1% as RBA trims cash rateSmall caps have had their best day in nearly a month as the Reserve Bank of Australia delivered a Melbourne Cup cash rate cut, as expected.

Last Orders: Small caps gain 2.1% as RBA trims cash rate - Stockhead

3 Nov 2020 - The ASX maintained strong momentum throughout the day and was propelled by news of the RBA’s cash rate cut to a historic low. Commonwealth Bank (ASX:CBA), CSL (ASX:CSL) and BHP (ASX:BHP) contributed to the rise.

Historic rate cut propels ASX: Aus shares close 1.9% higher | Finance News Network

[BENGALURU] Australian shares on Tuesday closed 2 per cent higher to notch their best session in nearly a month, buoyed by the central bank's decision to trim interest rates and launch quantitative easing (QE). Read more at The Business Times.[BENGALURU] Australian shares on Tuesday closed 2 per cent higher to notch their best session in nearly a month, buoyed by the central bank's decision to trim interest rates and launch quantitative

Australia: Shares gain 2% as central bank trims rates, expands bond buying, Stocks - THE BUSINESS TIMES

The Reserve Bank of Australia trimmed interest rates to near zero on Tuesday and expanded its bond-buying programme, as widely expected, a much-needed salve to aid economic recovery from the country's worst recession in a generation.The Reserve Bank of Australia trimmed interest rates to near zero on Tuesday and expanded its bond-buying programme, as widely expected, a much-needed salve to aid economic recovery from the country's worst recession in a generation.

Australian shares: Australia shares gain 2% as cenbank trims rates, expands bond buying - The Economic Times