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6:02pm European stock markets have dropped at the open, with London's FTSE down 0.40 per cent to 6,593.78 points, as turmoil over the Greek crisis continues.
Greg Roberts 5:33pm Australian share market has managed a modest 1.2 per cent gain for the 2014/15 financial year, underperforming the booming property sector.
6:02pm Tokyo stocks have closed up 0.63 per cent, recovering from sharp losses in the previous session, despite the impending Greek default.
Garry Shilson-Josling, AAP Economist 2:57pm Economists predict house price growth will slow and stall rather than slump.
Garry Shilson-Josling, AAP Economist 1:46pm Loans to housing investors rose again in May, taking annual growth to APRA's threshold of 10 per cent.
12:40pm Revenues for the oil and gas, childcare and beef sectors are set to lift in 2015/16 while ceramic product makers, credit unions and banks brace for falls.
12:02pm WA-based miner Kimberley Diamonds has placed its shares in a trading halt ahead of an announcement about a restructure and capital raising.
12:02pm For the first time since Christchurch's February 2011 earthquake, more New Zealand businesses are pessimistic than optimistic about the economy.
12:02pm Irish PM Enda Kenny, who led Ireland through years of austerity, says it's not too late for Greece to return to the negotiation table.
11:11am New home sales have dropped for the first time in 2015 on the back of a slide in sales of detached homes, the HIA says.
4:57pm NZ-based Milford Asset Management is reviewing its stake in Slater and Gordon amid growing concerns about the Australian-based law firm.
9:56am Qantas lifted its total passenger numbers one per cent in May, despite a 2.6 per cent slide in the volume of travellers on its domestic business.
9:33am Consumer confidence lifted two per cent last week, taking it to an 18-month high, on the back of reduced concern about the jobs market, ANZ says.
4:44pm The local bond market is slightly weaker as the global focus is squarely on Greece and its possible exit from the euro zone.
10:02am Global stocks have slumped over fears that Greece may default on its international creditors and exit the eurozone.
Petrina Berry 4:57pm New Zealand retailer Briscoe Group has made a surprise bid to take control of outdoor wear chain Kathmandu.
8:02am Gourmet produce chain Thomas Dux has reportedly been put up for sale by owner Woolworths.
4:25pm Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange at close on Tuesday
7:49am Commodities news from around the world
8:02am Internet giant Google has been given more time to answer Brussel's allegations that it abuses its search engine's market dominance.
6:02pm The Australian dollar has edged higher despite cautious traders.
9:34am International credit ratings agency has cut its ratings on four major Greek banks to 'restricted default'.
8:02am The Walt Disney Co is merging its consumer product and interactive divisions "in response to changing consumer preferences".
7:00am News from the world’s major stock markets.
Trevor Chappell 5:10pm The Australian share market has made a small gain of just over one per cent for the finacial year.
8:02am Puerto Rico's governor says the US territory can't pay its $US72 billion debt and is close to defaulting.
3:25pm Thousands have taken to Greece's streets to support the government's opposition to the latest debt deal from its creditors.
10:02am The Australian sharemarket could slide into correction territory as Greece's debt crisis rolls on.
2:32pm General Electric's Australian fleet enterprise is among the businesses the US company is selling to Element Financial Corp for $US6.9 billion.
8:02am Brazil's state oil giant Petrobras has cut its multi-year investment plan by 37 per cent as it tries to recover from a corruption scandal.
European stocks are down as a result of the Greek crisis.
Novartis will pay $US200 million for Spinifex, plus undisclosed "significant" milestone payments.
Cabcharge cards will be able to be processed by other financial firms in taxis under new changes agreed to by the ACCC.
Global health and safety product maker Ansell is cutting costs to help offset adverse currency movements and economic uncertainty.
The competition watchdog wants Telstra to cut its network access fees for other phone and internet providers, but the telco giant disagrees.
Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange at close on Monday
Outdoor media advertising company QMS Media has had a stellar debut despite one of the worst trading sessions in recent years.
Cloud collaboration software firm Aconex has seen its shares surge after signing deals with Lend Lease and John Holland.
Suncorp Life's chief executive Geoff Summerhayes has announced plans to step down and will be replaced by Vero NZ boss Gary Dransfield.
A plunge in Japan's industrial production in May points to a contraction in GDP this quarter, economists say.
Evan Schwarten Nearly $40 billion has been wiped from the Australian share market after talks between Greece and its creditors broke down.
Economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel expects house prices will start to cool across the country, including Sydney and Melbourne, from 2017.
Trevor Chappell More jobs are set to go as GWA continues to restructure and sell non-core businesses to focus on kitchens, bathrooms, doors and security.
Australian bond futures prices firmed amid anxiety over the weekend breakdown of talks over Greece's debt crisis.
Paul McBeth Kiwis' view of the labour market has fallen to its lowest level in two years as many workers are not expecting wages to rise over the year.
Evan Schwarten Law firm Slater and Gordon has suffered another hefty share price plunge on news of problems with its UK accounts.
Commodities news from around the world
Vietnam has moved to end limits on how much foreigners can invest in some locally-listed companies.
Drew Cratchley The Australian dollar touched a two month low as the uncertainty created by the Greek debt crisis deterred investors away from riskier assets.
The Australian share market has suffered one of its worst one-day falls in three years as the risk of a Greek debt default spook investors.
Tina Morrison After Greece and its creditors failed to reach a deal, investors exit riskier assets in favour of safe havens sending the NZ dollar to new five-year low.
Wayne Parry Atlantic City's former Trump Plaza could be shut for at least 10 years as a tax-saving measure after Trump Entertainment Resorts files a deed restriction.
News from the world’s major stock markets.
Greece's banks will be shut on Monday and capital controls imposed, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde says the fund is ready to provide assistance "as needed' as the Greek financial crisis unfolds.
Australia's house prices are expected to begin declining in 2017, economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel says.
The ECB says it will not increase help to Greek banks but will keep open its emergency cash lifeline to the debt-hit country.
Online payments fiirm PayPal will start trading as an independent company in the US on July 20 after eBay's board approved the planned spin-off.
Sports gear giant Nike has boosted the Dow, while the Nasdaq has fallen into the red thanks to disappointing results from Micron Technology.
Oil prices have fallen amid fresh concerns over the Greek bailout deal.