• Crossbenchers have fresh look at tax cuts
    AAP10 hours ago

    Crossbenchers have fresh look at tax cuts

    Former Nick Xenophon Team crossbenchers are giving the Turnbull government's business tax cuts a "fresh look", in encouraging signs for the coalition. Rex Patrick and Stirling Griff, of the now Centre Alliance, had originally opposed the package, but have since met with top officials,

  • Labor calls to end live sheep trade mount
    AAP13 hours ago

    Labor calls to end live sheep trade mount

    Calls are mounting within Labor to end the live sheep trade in the Middle East as the Awassi Express looks set to embark on its next voyage later this week after complying with a ventilation improvement order. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority imposed the order on the Emanuel Exports-chartered

  • Criticism of advice complaints process
    AAP13 hours ago

    Criticism of advice complaints process

    Industrial umpire Donna McKenna is no stranger to disputes. Ms McKenna went to Sam Henderson for advice after seeing him on television and reading his articles in publications such as the Australian Financial Review and Money Magazine.

  • 3 under the radar growth stocks
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    3 under the radar growth stocks

    These 3 growth stocks are growing without much attention.

  • Will JB Hi-Fi Limited beat Amazon’s competition?
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    Will JB Hi-Fi Limited beat Amazon’s competition?

    JB Hi-Fi Limited (ASX:JBH) has had many guises, starting as a CD store, but can they compete with the Amazon giant? 

  • Dicker Data Ltd reveals profit growth of 23%
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Dicker Data Ltd reveals profit growth of 23%

    Dicker Data Ltd (ASX:DDR) just revealed quarterly profit growth of 23%.

  • Triple class action threat for AMP
    AAPyesterday

    Triple class action threat for AMP

    Wealth management giant AMP could face three shareholder class actions after it admitted to cheating customers and lying to the corporate regulator. Law firms Shine Lawyers, Slater and Gordon and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan are investigating class actions against AMP on behalf of shareholders,

  • Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) are on fire
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    Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) are on fire

    The Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) prices have been on fire again on Tuesday. Here's why...

  • These 3 top dividend shares have yields above 4.5%
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    These 3 top dividend shares have yields above 4.5%

    These 3 dividend shares all have nice dividend yields.

  • Vocus Group Ltd will not sell Vocus NZ, changes debt covenants
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    Vocus Group Ltd will not sell Vocus NZ, changes debt covenants

    Vocus Group Ltd (ASX:VOC) has given an update on its strategy.

  • Is now the time to buy Telstra Corporation Ltd shares?
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    Is now the time to buy Telstra Corporation Ltd shares?

    Is it time to buy Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX:TLS) shares for its generous dividend?

  • More pokies allegations aimed at Crown
    AAP22 hours ago

    More pokies allegations aimed at Crown

    Victoria's gambling regulator and police are investigating additional allegations of poker machine tampering at Melbourne's Crown Casino. It comes after independent MP Andrew Wilkie showed journalists "picks" he said were given to a former high-roller at the casino, allegedly used

  • Aust stocks moving higher at lunchtime
    AAPyesterday

    Aust stocks moving higher at lunchtime

    The Australian share market is trading higher at midday, with losses among metal miners dimming an otherwise bright morning, following a mixed overnight session for US stocks. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 ...

  • 3 mid cap stars with blue chip potential
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    3 mid cap stars with blue chip potential

    Why Bingo Industries Ltd (ASX:BIN) shares are one of three in the mid cap space I would buy this week...

  • No trigger for rate hike from subdued CPI
    AAPyesterday

    No trigger for rate hike from subdued CPI

    Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe and his central bank board may be convinced the next move in interest rates will be up, but new inflation figures suggest this is still a long way off. The consumer price index for the March quarter rose just 0.4 per cent, keeping the annual rate at 1.9 per cent and

  • 4 small cap shares with growing dividends
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    4 small cap shares with growing dividends

    Are these small cap shares better dividend options than National Australia Bank Ltd. (ASX:NAB) shares?

  • Blackmores Limited reports 19% profit growth and an acquisition
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    Blackmores Limited reports 19% profit growth and an acquisition

    Blackmores Limited (ASX:BKL) has reported profit growth and an acquisition.

  • ANZ put growth ahead of clients' interests
    2 days ago

    ANZ put growth ahead of clients' interests

    ANZ admits the growth of its financial planning business was put ahead of customers' best interests before changes to financial advice laws. ANZ changed the bonus system for its directly employed financial planners following the Future of Financial Advice reforms that banned commissions for advisers

  • Why these medicinal cannabis companies are charging higher today
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Why these medicinal cannabis companies are charging higher today

    The Auscann Group Holdings Ltd (ASX:AC8) share price is one of three in the medicinal cannabis industry charging higher on Monday...

  • Future Fund grows to $140.8 billion
    AAP2 days ago

    Future Fund grows to $140.8 billion

    A strong global economy has helped the Future Fund grow to $140.8 billion, but its chair Peter Costello has warned the long-term outlook remains challenging. The fund, created in 2006 to help pay for superannuation liabilities of public servants, has exceeded all of its benchmark timeframes - for example

  • Macquarie Atlas Roads selects new CEO
    AAP2 days ago

    Macquarie Atlas Roads selects new CEO

    Macquarie Atlas Roads has chosen global infrastructure executive Graeme Bevans to be the chief executive of the toll roads operator once it separates its management from the Macquarie Group. Mr Bevans was formerly the chief executive in the UK of Annuity Infrastructure, head of core strategies at Alinda

  • Avz Minerals Ltd shares have been suspended by the ASX
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Avz Minerals Ltd shares have been suspended by the ASX

    The Avz Minerals Ltd (ASX:AVZ) share price has been halted for the fourth time in the space of a month. Here's what you need to know...

  • Australia & New Zealand Bank flags $50 million Royal Commission cost
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Australia & New Zealand Bank flags $50 million Royal Commission cost

    Legal bills are adding up for Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ).

  • Upcoming IPOs this week
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Upcoming IPOs this week

    Every week I look at the latest IPOs for the upcoming week.

  • Energy, miners buoy Australian shares
    AAP2 days ago

    Energy, miners buoy Australian shares

    Australian shares have opened higher, buoyed by energy and mining stocks, despite negative leads from offshore markets. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 0.2 per cent to 5,881.2 points after the first half-hour of trade on Monday, while the broader All Ordinaries rose 0.2 per cent to 5,975 points