ASX: The local market is set to rise after US stocks set new records after positive data and a new infrastructure package.
As massive fiscal stimulus helped the US economy grow at a 6.4 per cent annualised rate in the first quarter, investors have been banking on an infrastructure agreement that could steer the next leg of the recovery for the world's largest economy and fuel more stock gains.
Beijing launched a formal challenge against Australian tariffs on several Chinese products.
The Chinese government’s decision to take action through the World Trade Organization follows Australia’s own twin challenges against Beijing’s imposition of tariffs on Australian barley and wine.
Price swings: If you’re not a regular risk taker, investing in the wild, wild west of cryptocurrency can sometimes make you feel like a cowboy without a horse. But these experts told Yahoo Finance exactly .
Spending spree: With tax time around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about the last minute purchases that you can claim back in your tax return.
While some might be delighted to see $999,985,855.94 ($A1,320,087,328) in their bank account, Julia Yonkowski told WFLA she was "horrified”.