Australian shares are expected to open slightly higher, as Wall Street lifts on expectations the US Federal Reserve may cut rates in response to further "uncertainties".
US President Donald Trump tweets that he had a "very good" phone call with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, giving a shot in the arm to Wall Street investors.
Australian shares are expected to start the day flat, ahead of a busy week for central bank meeting in the US, EU and Japan to decide on interest rate policy.
Australian shares are expected to open slightly higher after Wall Street managed to regain some ground overnight. Iron ore was the best-performing commodity, with prices hitting a five-year high.
Australian shares are expected to open slightly lower, ahead of today's official job figures. Meanwhile, Wall Street was dragged down by a plunge in oil prices and weak inflation.
Australian shares are expected to open slightly higher and push beyond an 11-year high, despite a lacklustre day in US markets.
Australian shares are expected to start the day higher as Wall Street is boosted by the Trump administration's decision to not slap import tariffs on Mexican goods.
Australian shares are expected to rise moderately in early trade as Wall Street continues to recover. Investors are feeling optimistic Donald Trump may delay his Mexico tariffs, and the European Central Bank keeps interest rates on hold.
Australian shares are expected to edge slightly higher at the open after Wall Street's extended rally is boosted by hopes of a US rate cut later this year.
Australian shares are expected to lift sharply in early trade as Wall Street rebounds on higher expectations that the Federal Reserve may cut US interest rates in September.