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Bellamy’s Australia Ltd (ASX:BAL), Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd (ASX:DMP), and NEXTDC Limited (ASX:NXT) shares are amongst the most shorted on the Australian share market this week...
German stimulus hopes boosted the US bond market from three-year lows, allowing all three indexes to end sharply higher after a turbulent and chaotic week.
Germany's finance minister says the country's low debt level has put it in a strong position and it has up to 50 billion euros to deal with any economic crisis.
(Bloomberg) -- Investors looking for clues on where Australia’s economy is headed may find the answer in earnings results, with August shaping up as a bleak month for equity investors.Of the 43 companies that have reported full-year results so far this month, 64% missed earnings estimates, according
(Bloomberg) -- Australia’s booming coal industry has made it the world’s third-biggest exporter of potential carbon dioxide emissions locked in fossil fuels, placing it only behind oil giants Russia and Saudi Arabia.Australia makes up 7% of all global fossil fuel exports by carbon dioxide potential,
(Bloomberg) -- The world’s headlong dash to zero or negative interest rates just passed another milestone: A bank in Denmark is paying homebuyers to take out mortgages.Jyske Bank A/S, Denmark’s third-largest lender, announced in early August a mortgage rate of -0.5%, before fees. Nordea Bank Abp, meanwhile
(Bloomberg) -- Australia’s securities regulator plans to hire more investigators and lawyers over the next year as it steps up enforcement through the courts, Deputy Chairman Daniel Crennan said.The Australian Securities & Investments Commission has established an Office of Enforcement and wants to strengthen
A2 Milk Company Ltd (ASX:A2M) and Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd (ASX:DMP) are amongst the companies releasing their full year results next week...
Thousands of school teachers joined an 11th weekend of anti-government protests in Hong Kong on Saturday, as shops pulled down their shutters and braced for another restive summer night. Weeks of increasingly violent demonstrations have plunged the city into turmoil. Water-filled barricades fortify