Fearless Forecast Week 14: 3 Rec, 88 Yds, TD
Projected Points: 16.3
Wall Street has risen on hopes that US tariffs on Chinese goods set to kick in on December 15 will be delayed and that the sides are extending trade talks.
WiseTech Global has purchased Ready Korea - a customs and trade compliance solutions provider - in a deal that could be worth more than $20 million.
Seven West Media's $64 million acquisition of Prime Media has been thrown into doubt after two major shareholders announced they'll vote against it.
People feel a bit more optimistic about the prospects for the Australian economy over the next 12 months, an ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence survey suggests.
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe has called out Australia's major banks for how much they charge customers for international money transfers.
The Australian share market has closed higher, with strong gains for the energy and mining sectors but a dip in health care stocks.
The Reject Shop has hired Target chief operating officer Andre Reich - who has "expertise in defining and delivering turnaround and growth outcomes" - as CEO.
McMillan Shakespeare shares are down 12% after the salary packaging, novated leasing and asset management company warned of challenging market conditions.
Estia Health says it does not expect "current sector dynamics and public sentiment" to improve in the short term as it flags an occupancy hit.
Viva Energy Group says the oil and gas firm expects fiscal 2019 underlying net profit on a replacement cost basis to decline by as much as 41 per cent.
Prime Media shareholders will get a fully franked special dividend on top of new shares if its acquisition by Seven West Media is approved this month.
US non-farm payrolls post biggest gain in 10 months; Treasury yields jump; Indexes up: Dow 1.22 per cent, S&P 500 0.91 per cent, Nasdaq 1 per cent.
A new report by Deloitte says a retail recovery is entirely possible - so long as property prices keep climbing and wages and jobs growth beats expectations.