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US stock markets have closed slightly higher ahead of the three-day weekend, led by gains in industrial stocks following robust corporate earnings.
The Australian share market has closed up slightly following an up-and-down day in which better than expected jobs data caused the market to dip.
Australia's unemployment rate rose to a seasonally adjusted 5.0 per cent for March, despite the overall number of people in work ticking higher.
Infant baby formula Bubs will be on the shelves at Chemist Warehouse from June as part of a four-year deal with the discount pharmacy chain.
Fortescue Metals Group has reported flat third-quarter iron ore shipments and cut its shipments forecast because of disruptions caused by a tropical cyclone.
South32 says production of coking coal fell to 990,000 tonnes during the March quarter, down 37 per cent on the previous quarter.
National Australia Bank says it will cop an extra $525 million after-tax hit in relation to customer remediation provisions.
Wall Street has been weighed down by healthcare stocks, which had their worst day in four months, as upbeat earnings and trade data failed to lift the markets.
The Australian share market has closed lower as losses by mining giants BHP, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals offset gains by Australia's big four banks.
BHP Group says it expects to produce less iron ore than previously forecast, the result of cyclone Veronica hitting Western Australia in March.
Robust earnings from healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson lifted markets, with technology shares providing the biggest boost; banks continued to disappoint.
Australian's consumer watchdog is taking Bupa to court after it allegedly made false and misleading claims about services provided at 21 aged care homes.