Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, whose government faces a crucial by-election in four days, said on Tuesday Canberra was open to recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital, prompting concern from Indonesian and Palestinian officials. Morrison's comments about recognising Jerusalem
Cannabis shares BOD Australia Ltd (ASX:BDA), Hydroponics Company Ltd (ASX:THC), and MGC Pharmaceuticals Ltd (ASX:MXC) smoked the market on Tuesday...
Ambassadors from 13 Arab countries met in Canberra on Tuesday, concerned that Australia's move to consider recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital could damage peace prospects there, Egypt's ambassador said. Earlier on Tuesday, Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison made the
Indonesia's Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita on Tuesday denied a report that Jakarta was considering putting on hold a trade pact with Australia over a proposal by Canberra to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Asked whether Indonesia was postponing its comprehensive economic partnership
Cimic Group Ltd (ASX:CIM) have secured a $1.2 billion contract from BHP Billiton Limited (ASX:BHP) at Mt Arthur.
The U.S. dollar edged up on Tuesday after it was dented by weak U.S. retail sales data overnight, while New Zealand's currency gained on the back of stronger than expected inflation data. The dollar index, a gauge of its value against six major peers, traded steady at 95.143, gaining 0.09 percent
Telstra chairman John Mullen has admitted executive salaries are too high "across the board" as the firm faces the prospect of a second strike next year.
The RBA is concerned that tighter lending standards as a result of the financial services royal commission could adversely affect the broader economy.
The U.S. dollar was on the defensive on Tuesday after weak retail sales data, with the safe-haven yen and Swiss franc benefiting from tensions between the West and Saudi Arabia and amid a standoff on Brexit talks over Britain's plan to exit the EU. Michael McCarthy, chief market Strategist in
Acquiring Ixom would help Keppel Infrastructure Trust, led by recently appointed Chief Executive Officer Matthew Pollard, to widen its exposure beyond Singapore. Its portfolio mostly comprises investments based in the city-state, although it also owns Australian electricity and telecom firm Basslink
Alumina, which sits in the aluminium production process between bauxite and refined metal, has historically been a highly efficient link in the supply chain. It is, to quote Greg Wittbecker, analyst at the CRU research house, one of those markets "people have taken for granted". A series
The maiden liquefied natural gas cargo is scheduled to be loaded Oct. 17-22, with three more following in November, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. The shipments would be the first gas exports from the $40 billion plant, which was approved for investment