Accounting for Dick Smith failures

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As the receivers, administrators and ASIC work through the wreckage of Dick Smith's collapse, the accounting profession has questions to confront.

Bank dividends 'simply unsustainable'

The big banks' dividends are in the spotlight, again.

The most obvious response to likely increases in capital requirements would be to cut shareholder payouts, Perpetual portfolio manager Anthony Aboud says.

HSBC bankers charged over $4.9b currency deal

The arrest of the two HSBC executives is a coup for the US Justice Department, which has struggled to build cases ...

Too bit to jail? Not anymore: The arrest and charges are a coup for the US Justice Department, which has struggled to build cases against individuals in its investigation into foreign-exchange trading at global banks.

Home loan arrears edging higher

Warning bells as arrears continue to edge higher

The number of housing loans with payments overdue crept up further in May, giving weight to concerns about potential problems emerging for banks if the economy gets into trouble.

What do we pay fund managers for?

The median Australian shares manager delivered around 1.3 per cent over the year.

For most of us who pay hefty fees for professional managers to look after our super, a study of their performance in 2016 should be a worry.

Banking review needs resources: McPhee

Ian McPhee said the scope of the review would be further clarified, with different stakeholders having interpreted the ...

The man assessing the progress of the banking industry's self-imposed review has stressed the need for banks to dedicate sufficient resources to make changes.

The house that Mario Built

Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS.

This weekend's release of PokémonGo in Japan saw shares rocket higher still, but analysts are divided over the future of Nintendo.

G20 will use "all policy tools" to protect growth as Brexit looms

Fears of a Brexit fallout for the global economy weigh on the G20 meeting in Chengdu.

CHENGDU, China, July 24 (Reuters) - Leaders from the world's biggest economies are poised on Sunday to renew their commitments to support global growth and better coordinate actions in the face of uncertainty over Britain's decision to leave the European Union and growing protectionism.

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