Australian share market ends lower as 2022 batters tech stocks | Finance Report

Australian share market ends lower as 2022 batters tech stocks | finance report

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Australian stocks ended lower on the day and are set to end the year 6% lower. Meanwhile, US tech stocks have taken a battering in 2022, with the latest tech affair likely over.

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