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ASX holds onto lunchtime lead; Miners, property push higher – The Sydney Morning Herald

The ASX200 was up 0.3% in afternoon trading with the miners and real estate adding points. However, Westpac, CBA, CSL and Fortescue Metals lag.



It is expected that the first batches of the vaccine will be finished at Seqirus facilities in the first half of 2021, she said.
The product needs regulatory approvals before it getting ok for distribution – this is something that AstraZeneca will be managing, rather than CSL.
The deal that the government has struck for the Oxford product also includes 3.8 million doses that will be imported into Australia, rather than made here.
Its possible those doses could arrive first: an AstraZeneca spokeswoman…

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