• Iron ore, trade row hits shares and $A
    Australian Associated Press13 hours ago

    Iron ore, trade row hits shares and $A

    After being in positive territory all day, the Australian share market closed slightly lower, due to a weaker resources sector.

  • Shares weaker, A$ drops to one year low
    Australian Associated Press13 hours ago

    Shares weaker, A$ drops to one year low

    The Australian share market was higher all day but lost ground to close slightly lower, hurt by falls in the heavyweight resource sector.

  • Australian Associated Press13 hours ago

    Stocks to watch

    Stocks of interest on the Australian share market

  • Australian Associated Press13 hours ago

    Falling house prices could delay rate hike

    The Reserve Bank appears comfortable with the current decline in house prices, and economists expect interest rates to remain on hold into 2019.

  • Australian Associated Press14 hours ago

    More problems for Telstra network

    Telstra has come under the spotlight again with some of its resellers affected by mobile outages, which has affected thousands of users since Monday night.

  • Australian Associated Press15 hours ago

    Telstra hit by more mobile outages

    Telstra says there are no issues with its mobile network, despite customers being affected by outages in several capital cities.

  • Energy drives gains for share market
    Australian Associated Press17 hours ago

    Energy drives gains for share market

    Shares in energy companies have been buoyed by an overnight rise in oil prices, and are keeping the share market in positive territory.

  • Australian Associated Press17 hours ago

    Property market to hurt future NSW surplus

    The NSW government expects the budget surplus will fall to $1.4 billion in the upcoming year, with state coffers taking a hit from reduced stamp duty revenues.

  • Australian Associated Press18 hours ago

    Stocks to watch

    Stocks of interest on the Australian share market

  • Australian Associated Press18 hours ago

    VW could face further German fines

    Germany could impose further fines against VW as executives face a market manipulation investigation which, the prosecutor says, may end this year.

  • JPMorgan chair off ASX, Future Fund boards
    Australian Associated Press18 hours ago

    JPMorgan chair off ASX, Future Fund boards

    JPMorgan Australia chair Rob Priestley has quit the ASX and Future Fund boards in the wake of charges laid against ANZ over a raising underwritten by JPMorgan.

  • Atlas asks MinRes to beat Rinehart's offer
    Australian Associated Press18 hours ago

    Atlas asks MinRes to beat Rinehart's offer

    Atlas Iron says the $390 million takeover bid by Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting is the best on the table, and has asked Mineral Resources to respond.

  • ASX opens higher, with widespread gains
    Australian Associated Press19 hours ago

    ASX opens higher, with widespread gains

    The Australian share market has started the day markedly higher, with strong gains across the board and especially from energy stocks.

  • JPMorgan chair quits ASX amid cartel case
    Australian Associated Press19 hours ago

    JPMorgan chair quits ASX amid cartel case

    JPMorgan Australia chair Rob Priestley has quit the ASX board in the wake of charges laid against ANZ over a capital raising underwritten by JPMorgan.

  • Australian Associated Press20 hours ago

    Coal comeback spurs new emissions growth

    There was a rise in carbon emissions in 2017, as global energy strengthened, even as renewables grew at a record rate.

  • Australian Associated Press21 hours ago

    IAG sells off three Asian interests

    Insurance Australia Group expects an after-tax profit of at least $200 million with the sale of three Asian operations - in Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam.

  • IAG expects $200m profit from Asian sales
    Australian Associated Press21 hours ago

    IAG expects $200m profit from Asian sales

    Insurance Australia Group expects an after-tax profit of at least $200 million from the sale of three Asian operations - in Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam.

  • Australian Associated Press21 hours ago

    Atlas asks bidder to beat Rinehart's offer

    Atlas Iron says the $390 million takeover bid by Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting is the best on the table, and has asked Mineral Resources to respond.

  • Australian Associated Press22 hours ago

    AAP Markets Report

    Movements on overseas markets

  • Australian Associated Press22 hours ago

    Oil's shock absorbers too depleted: Kemp

    Market analyst John Kemp says a range of factors is priming the market for higher oil prices in 2018/19.