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Colombia elected a leftist anti-oil president, which isn't good news for the state-run oil company.
The S&P; 500 and Nasdaq ended higher as an upbeat sales forecast from Cisco Systems helped to lift the technology sector, while data showed the economy remained relatively strong.Investors on Thursday were still assessing minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting released a day earlier, which they initially saw as supporting a less aggressive stance by the central bank.
The number of Australians travelling abroad for leisure is returning to pre-pandemic levels, the ABS reveals.
A new green paper from the Actuaries Institute warns that climate change will only worsen the problem. Find out if it impacts you.
With the cost of living rising, it’s no surprise that Aussies are looking everywhere they can to make some extra money. Here are some high-performing investments you’ve probably never thought of.
Lenders are secretly slashing as much as 2.41 per cent off their rates to keep borrowers. Here is how to get the best deal.
Biotech giant CSL expects profit to rebound in the current fiscal year, after reporting a decline for the 2021/22 year, but has also flagged higher costs as blood plasma collection volumes return to pre-pandemic levels.The vaccine and blood products supplier expects net profit for fiscal 2022/23 to range between $US2.
Aussies with a sweet tooth were left devastated when Starburst removed its popular products from our shelves. Now they’re turning to desperate measures to get them.
The Albanese Government has been called on to abolish all forms of compulsory income management for Aussies on social security. This is what you need to know.
Tax returns are starting to land in Aussie bank accounts and if you’ve been itching for a trip, here are the best places to travel, depending on how much money you got back.
More jobs were added in July, but with businesses struggling to attract workers, consumers may end up paying the price. Here’s what you need to know.
The local market is expected to fall at the open this morning after a weak session on Wall Street overnight. This is your Thursday morning wrap.
The major bank says back-to-back interest rate hikes will start to put downward pressure on house prices. This is what it had to say.
Cloud accounting technology company Xero has warned of another year of volatility for small business customers.Xero chair David Thodey said on Thursday supply chains remain constrained, contributing to levels of inflation not seen since the 1980s, interest rates are rising, and global economic growth is predicted to slow.
The local market is expected to lift this morning despite a mixed session on Wall Street overnight. This is your Wednesday morning wrap.
Transurban says its fourth-quarter toll road traffic exceeded pre-pandemic levels, but is forecasting a 2022/23 return to shareholders well below market expectations.The toll road operator on Thursday said it expects to distribute 53 cents per share in FY2023, 30 per cent higher than in 2021/22 but under consensus estimates of 60 cents.
One of Australia’s biggest banks recently predicted the property market will fall 20 per cent. This is exactly how much home prices will drop if that happens.
New data has shown wages grew a measly 2.6 per cent despite a tight labour market. Here’s why that’s just not enough.
Super Retail Group says sales rebounded in the second half of fiscal 2022 and the new year is off to a strong start, but it's expecting that momentum to slow as interest rates hikes and inflation bite.The Supercheap Auto, Rebel Sports, BCF (Boating, Camping and Fishing) and Macpac brand owner on Wednesday reported $3.
Aussies flocked out of the major cities as COVID-19 lockdowns moved most people to remote working. Here’s where the prices are starting to fall.
Redbubble shares have plunged after the print-on-demand online marketplace saw a drop in active customers and said its operating expenses could rise as much as 31 per cent.The Melbourne company reported on Wednesday that revenue dropped 14 per cent to $483 million in the 12 months to June 30, compared to the prior year on a constant currency basis.