Markets Live: Amazon spooks retail stocks (again)

19 June 2017 @03:17 | The Sydney Morning Herald
Shares enjoy a broad-based rally to start the week, although investors are once again selling the supermarket owners amid rekindled fears around Amazon's upcoming disruption of Aussie retail. continue...


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