James Hardie Industries plc (ASX:JHX), St Barbara Ltd (ASX:SBM), and Xero Limited (ASX:XRO) shares will be on watch on the ASX 200 on Tuesday....
Wall Street slipped as tech stocks tumbled in the fallout from a US order restricting business with Chinese giant Huawei amid fears of an escalating trade war.
The Australian sharemarket has enjoyed its best day since February following the coalition's surprise federal election victory.
Aurora Dividend Income Trust has made a play for Yowie Group, a Perth licensing company that produces chocolate-covered toys.
The government's re-election has boosted banks and insurers by ending the threat of dividend imputation changes, increased regulatory scrutiny, and premium caps
More Australians stood in line for an election day sausage than paid attention to property auctions on Saturday, CoreLogic data suggests.
The Australian dollar is higher after after Prime Minister Scott Morrison's centre-right Coalition pulled off a shock win in the federal election.
Elders' profit is down after hot and dry conditions reduced summer cropping volumes, with cattle prices also easing and the national wool clip shrinking.
British chef Heston Blumenthal and his Fat Duck group have become stakeholders in inland fish farm company Murray Cod Australia.
US stocks finished down as the trade dispute with China continued to weigh on industrial and tech shares, while the Dow finished a fourth week of losses.
Altium Limited (ASX:ALU), Beach Energy Ltd (ASX:BPT), and Medibank Private Ltd (ASX:MPL) shares will be on watch on the ASX 200 on Monday...
Australian investment markets will initially focus on the coalition's re-election this week before quickly turning to interest rates and global trade tensions.
US stocks have finished down as the trade dispute with China continued to weigh on industrial and tech shares, while the Dow finished a fourth week of losses.
The Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX:APT) share price and the Neuren Pharmaceuticals Ltd (ASX:NEU) share price are two of four storming higher on Friday. Here's why...
New Zealand's central bank has revoked the ability of ANZ's local subsidiary to autonomously assess its risk capital requirements due to "persistent weakness".
Infratil shares have been placed in a trading halt as it embarks on a $NZ400 million capital raising program to partially fund the acquisition of Vodafone NZ.