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ASX to rise again; ASIC takes Westpac to court over credit insurance – ABC News

ASIC is taking the bank to court over its sale of consumer credit insurance. Australia’s benchmark share index is set to rise again today after a 13-month closing…

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The Australian share market is set to rise again after a record-breaking close on Wednesday that saw it pass through its previous post-pandemic ceiling.
As of 7:30am AEST, ASX 200 futures were up 0.5 per cent to 6,935.
The benchmark finished Wednesday at its highest level in almost 14 months, a time before the pandemic crunched the market.
The Australian benchmark also hit 6,934 points during trade on Wednesday, which is another peak not seen since early 2020.
Westpac taken to court over ‘poor value’…

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